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How To: Sprout grains in a jar or easy sprout

This wonderful video takes you step by step on growing your very own grain sprouts. You can also use this tutorial to grow all types of grains like, barley, kamut, oats, rye, spelt, triticale or our grain mix. Grain sprouts are so fast and easy that they've included directions for sprouting in both a , mason jar and an easy sprout sprouter in this one video. After this video you'll be sprouting all over the place.

How To: Make avocado chicken salad

In this tutorial, we learn how to make avocado chicken salad. First, pour in your tuna in the mixing bowl, then add in avocado, celery, onion, Greek yogurt, and your chicken. After you have mixed all of this together and it's well combined, place into the fridge to cool off. When this is finished cooling off, you can use this in a number of different recipes. You can place it on lettuce for a salad, or you can also use it on whole grain bread. Another popular way to use this is a dip wit whol...

How To: Assemble graham cracker gingerbread houses

Learn to make beautiful gingerbread houses with graham crackers. Graham cracker gingerbread houses are quicker to make than actual gingerbread houses. This is a fun and easy project to do with the kids. All you need are graham crackers and royal icing. Watch this how to video to learn how to securely assemble a Christmas graham cracker gingerbread house with royal icing.

How To: Cook whole grain pancakes with the NY Time

We all love pancakes, but how making them nutritious out of whole grains. In this how to video the Mark Bittman, from the NY Times, makes nutritious pancakes delicious. Watch as he mixes up fluffy and light pancakes spiced with cinnamon and coriander. Try this recipe from the food section. Top your homemade whole grain flap jacks with your favorite toppings.

How To: Bait and catch a squirrel

You can find a humane squirrel and rodent trap at most all-purpose stores, this video recommends Home Depot and will cost about thirty-five dollars. To bait it you will need some peanut butter and crackers. Take out four crackers and break them in half. Spread some peanut butter on one side of each piece. In the middle of the trap there is a trigger that is raised when active. Place two pieces of the cracker behind the trigger deep in the cage. Next place two pieces upside down on the trigger...

How To: Simply prepare quinoa

Cooking quinoa is similar to preparing cous cous. Both are grains and both will soak up the water or broth you place them in to become warm and fluffy. If you have never had quinoa before, you should definitely give it a try. This delicious grain is one of the most healthy things you can feed your family.

How To: Brew homemade all grain beer

This series on all grain beer brewing teaches everything needed to know to make homemade beer. Brew different varieties of beers following these recipes and instructions. Learn how to make a home into a micro brewery and enjoy fresh beer whenever!

How To: Harvest amaranth grain (aztec rice)

Amaranth grain is somewhat like rice and was a staple food of the Aztecs. But most seem to grow like weeds and they are tough to harvest as well. If you've found some Amaranth plants and are looking at how to harvest the grain out of them, check out this video. He gives you an explanation of what Amaranth is and how to harvest the grains from it.

How To: Home brew an all-grain beer

Beer connoisseurs unite! In this four-part series of videos, watch as an all-grain beer is homebrewed! Learn how to home brew this beer, step by step with this easy guide. Topics gone over within this four-part series include: Doughing in, mashing, batch sparging and fly sparging, water to grain ratio, and skimming hot break.

How To: Cook with quinoa

Viva La Vegan explains how to cook with the grain quinoa. Quinoa is a tiny grain like rice or millet. Use the ratio of one cup of quinoa to two cups of water when cooking with quinoa. After it's cooked it gets a white periphery around the grain. Use quinoa in salads, stir-fry and in curries. Take a thermos and add one cup of quinoa and two cups of boiling water. Let it sit overnight. In the morning it will be ready for a quinoa porridge or instant oats. Quinoa is a complete protein that conta...

How To: Make "Cheezy Quackers" crackers

In this video, we learn how to make "cheezy quackers" crackers. To make these you will need: 1/4 non dairy butter, 1/4 c water, 1 tsp fine sea salt, 1/2 tsp black pepper, 1/3 c nutritional yeast, and 1 c flour. First, combing the salt, pepper, yeast, and flour together in a large bowl, then combine with butter in a mixer until it becomes coarse. Add in water and mix until a dough forms. Roll this out, then place on two cookie sheets and bake in the oven at 350 degrees after you have cut in sm...

How To: Make Ritz peanut butter cookies

In this tutorial, we learn how to make Ritz peanut butter cookies. You will need: almond bark, peanut butter, and Ritz crackers. First, take your crackers out and place peanut butter on one side of them. Next, place another cracker on top and make as many peanut butter crackers as you can. After this, cut up your almond bark and melt it in a double boiler, you can add food coloring if you prefer. After this, drizzle the almond bark on the top of your Ritz crackers. When this is finished, enjo...

How To: Home brew all grain beer with the batch sparge method

This how-to video is a dorky but functional guide to easy all grain homemade beer brewing. Extract brewers, you can do it too! The Denny Conn method of batch sparging is demonstrated step-by-step in this video. Follow along with the home-brewing video series and learn how to make all grain beer using the batch sparge method.

How To: Make rosemary, garlic, crackers

Julie Hasson of Everyday Dish TV teaches how to make rosemary garlic crackers. Ingredients: 1 cup all-purpose flour, 1 cup white whole wheat or whole wheat pastry flour, 2 tbsp nutritional yeast, 1 tsp baking powder, 2 tsp dried rosemary, 1 tsp granulated garlic, 3/4 tsp fine sea salt, 1/4 tsp ground pepper, optional (but good!), 1/2 cup water, 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil, coarse sea salt crystals, optional. Put all the ingredients in a bowl. Mix. Knead the dough using both hands. Put it on...

How To: Make delicious s'mores while camping

S'mores are definitely traditional camping food. You will need: a camp fire, large marshmallows, toasting sticks, graham crackers and chocolate bars. Two marshmallow toasting techniques are shown - the gentle, all-over toast and the marshmallow flambe style. Then sandwich between two graham crackers with choclate, and enjoy!

How To: Make no-bake blueberry ricotta cheesecake bars

Do you want a great dessert that doesn't require much baking time? In this cooking how to video tutorial Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, makes no-bake blueberry cheesecake bars. Make your homemade graham cracker crust and fill with ricotta cheese filling. The ingredients you need for this recipe include: ricotta cheese, cream cheese, graham crackers, lemon zest, honey and blueberries.

How To: Make raw bread and crackers

Raw food is super healthy and easy to make. This how to video shows how easy it is to make living breads and crackers in your dehydrator with your choice of organic ingredients. Watch and learn how to mix flax seeds, tomatoes, chives, olive oil, salt and pepper.

How To: Make an edible bird house with your kids

In this tutorial, we learn how to make an edible bird house with your kids. You will need: bird seed, 1/2 c flour, 2 tbsp corn meal, scissors, twine, paper plate, ice cream cones, 1 pint milk, raisins, peanut butter, nuts, and graham crackers. Now, poke three holes into your paper plate. Then, glue the milk carton onto it with the glue. From here, mix the flour with the peanut butter and then rub it on the crackers. After this, stick the crackers on the milk carton. From here, the kids can us...

How To: Make a diamond pop-up cracker card

You only need one single sheet of paper for this card fold, so grab it an watch this tutorial to learn how to make a diamond pop-up cracker card. Don't know what a cracker card is? Watch thee video and find out what this 3D homemade card is all about. You only need a single strip of card stock (10cm x 29.7cm). So quick, so simple — so make one! This is a great little crd that's easy to send through the post office.

How To: Cook a deer steak

Watch this video to learn how to cook deer steak. Take some flour and mix some Cajun spice, salt, and pepper together. Mix two eggs up and put them in a bowl. Crush half of a sleeve of Ritz crackers and put them into a plastic bowl. Mix some Cajun spice and pepper into the crushed Ritz crackers. Put some peanut oil in a pan and heat it up until it is hot. Take the meat and dip it in the flour mix, then into the egg mix, and finally into the crushed Ritz crackers. Start by putting the meat int...

How To: Make Celtic Knot earrings

This is a nice drink; it has a holiday favorite in it, pumpkin, and martinis are a good party drink. First, you will need pumpkin spice liqueur, it's a must, and butterscotch schnapps, also coffee liqueur. You will put ice in a martini mixing bottle, then add one ounce of pumpkin spice liqueur. Next, you will add one ounce of butterscotch schnapps. Next, add half a ounce of coffee liqueur, and half a ounce of half and half. You will need lime slices to garnish, and also graham cracker crumbs ...

How To: Make an end-grain kitchen cutting board

Make your own butcher block end-grain cutting board with this two part video series. Enjoy the "back to basics" simplicity of this useful project. A custom cutting board makes a great gift and many woodworkers make them in batches every holiday season. And if you are relatively new to woodworking, this is a great project to hone your milling, glue-up and tablesaw skills.

How To: Fold a simple, traditional origami paper goldfish

Forget Goldfish Crackers and the actual living, swimming ones. They both, one day, will disappear. The crackers will only last as long as your hunger, and the living goldfish will eventually die (or also last as long as your hunger— or your cat's hunger). But there's one goldfish that can survive the test of time— an origami paper gold fish.

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