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How To: Use a Neti pot easily

Neti pots can be used to clean out your nose of dust, dirt and allergens and can help reduce swelling of the nasal passages. Stir half a teaspoon of salt in to a cup of warm water. Salt should be kosher salt or sea salt (DO NOT use ordinary table salt). Pour saline solution in the neti pot, then leaning over a bowl or sink place the spout of the neti pot in one nostril. Tilt your head so that your nose is slightly higher than the mouth, then rotate your head so your ear is facing the bowl or ...

How To: Lose weight with a healthy after workout meal

Darin Steen of Major League Health explains how to lose weight with a healthy meal after a workout. What you put in your mouth composes 70% to 80% of fitness fat loss gain. Meals that you eat after intense workout sessions are very important. Eat a meal that is predigested and absorbed quickly like whey protein and a banana. Eat your meal 30 minutes to 60 minutes after your workout. For people weighing 120 pounds to 140 pounds, use 15 grams of whey protein and a half of a banana. For people w...

How To: Prepare and cook a meal as a Boy Scout

As a Boy Scout, when the First Class rank is attained, a scout has learned all the basic camping and outdoors skills of a scout. He can fend for himself in the wild, lead others on a hike or campout, set up a camp site, plan and properly prepare meals, and provide first aid for most situations he may encounter. A First Class scout is prepared.

How To: Make meals from the Great Depression: Pasta with peas

The Great Depression of the 1930's and 1940's and today's recession: now is a good time to prepare a meal inexpensively. 91 year old cook and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Depression. In this cooking how to video, Clara demonstrates how to make pasta with pees.

How To: Feed your family healthy meals on a tight budget

Sure, junk food offers lots of calories for not much money. But you can create your own "happy" meals that are tasty, nutritious, and inexpensive. Certain foods to think about are oatmeal, evaporated milk, frozen and canned vegetables, seasonal fruits, bananas, apples, nuts, meat, peanut butter, beans, brown rice, and tuna. Watch this video nutrition tutorial and learn how to feed your family cheap, healthy meals.

How To: Make meals from the Great Depression: Egg drop soup

The Great Depression of the 1930's and 1940's and today's recession: now is a good time to prepare a meal inexpensively. 91 year old cook and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Depression. In this cooking how to, Clara makes Egg Drop Soup and remembers a story about her brother.

How To: Make nutritious and easy one-dish meals

We all know how it goes: You've just come home from a grueling day at work followed by a grueling drive back, and you're beat. Even the thought of forcing your feet to the kitchen and turning on the stove makes you shudder. So you pick up the phone and order a pizza and buffalo wings. Sure, it's tasty, but is that really the best thing you could be eating?

How To: Whip up tasty meals out of dollar store food

Don't give us that look. It is possible to make delicious, nutritious meals out of (mostly) dollar-store items, if you know a few tricks. With the bad economy, everyone can afford to save a few dollars here and there, without sacrificing taste. Watch this video cooking and budgeting tutorial and learn how to make delicious dishes out of dollar store food.

How To: Make fertilizer

The one thing that can make your home garden flourish is by taking care of it and meeting the needs of your plants. One of those needs is great fertilizer. And the best fertilizer comes from the heart, not the store. Get great results in your garden by making your own fertilizer and compost at home.

How To: Make Tuscan seafood stew from scratch

In this tutorial, Chef Anne Burrell teaches you how to make a deliciously fishy Tuscan stew for any occasion. Chef Burrell makes the entire meal from scratch and lets you in on all of her little secrets. The stew is fresh and full of flavor that your whole family will love! Enjoy this dish alone or with a bigger meal and you will have everyone coming back for seconds!

How To: Make a healthy Japanese dulse chopped salad

In this tutorial, learn how to make a super healthy salad at home. For this salad, you will use dulse, which is a purple colored seaweed and great for your body. Check out this video for a step by step on how to create this great chopped salad, which can be eaten as a side dish or a full meal! This meal is vegan and raw so anyone can eat and enjoy it.

How To: Prepare a turkey burrito burger with Rachael Ray

Rachael Ray is one of the biggest stars in television cooking, and her 30 Minute Meals series focuses on easy meals that save both money and time. In this installment she demonstrates how to prepare a turkey, bean, and rice burrito burger, which turns a relatively small amount of turkey into massive, filling burger patties. Quick, easy, cheap, and delicious.

How To: Prepare and cook artichokes

In this video, Gwen Schoen of the Sacramento Bee shows you how to prepare and cook artichokes for delicious meals. Artichokes are great for year round meals and are very fun to eat. These Italian classics are delicious when cooked properly. Gwen will show you how to choose an artichoke at the store, cut up, prepare and cook these yummy veggies. Enjoy!

How To: Make simple scotch eggs

Scotch eggs are the perfect snack to take on a camping trip. Traditionally perceived as an unhealthy meal, this recipe aims to add a few nutritional tweaks. Cook up half a dozen of scotch eggs and you're all set for your next outdoor meal.

How To: Cook homemade taco shells

Planning on starting a Taco Tuesday tradition with your family? Then don't try to weasle your way out of keeping the meal healthy by purchasing premade taco shells. Usually these taco shells are made from refined, overprocessed flour that has very little nutritional value.

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