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How To: Make a Fast Rope for Climbing, including an eye splice

Generations of Americans have struggled to climb up normal ropes in gyms across the nation. If only they had this stuff. Fast rope is a thick braided rope that makes climbing a hell of a lot faster and easier. This video will show you how to make it in three parts: first making the rope itself, then making an eye splice for it, then whipping and fusing the end of the rope. This is great stuff to have for any serious climbing trip or survival situation.

How To: Make vegan whipped cream

To make a vegan whipped cream you will need 2 cans of coconut milk (whole fat ones), some powdered sugar and a mixer. First of all, the coconut milk needs to be refrigerated over night to separate the liquid part from the fat. Then you will drain the liquid. After this you will take the fat and whip it with the mixer, remember to cool down the mixing bowl and to whip it for a short time. We don't want it to warm up. Finally, you add the powdered sugar, whip it a little longer and voila! Your ...

How To: Make a paper abyssal whip from the game RuneScape

If you enjoy playing the game RuneScape, this tutorial may be of interest to you. In this four part video series, you'll find out how to make a paper abyssal whip that is a powerful melee weapon. This is a common weapon that many people use and can be recreated in the real world. This video will show you how to make a cool looking paper abyssal whip from scratch. So sit back and enjoy!

How To: Whip eggs like a chef

Check out this video cooking tip from The Chef's Toolbox in Australia. Watch this tutorial to learn how to whip eggs like a chef. Whipping eggs for recipes is easy with a little know-how, see how to do it right here.

How To: Make an Indian style tiramisu

Surprise your sweetheart this Valentines Day or any night, with a delicious Indian version of tiramisu. Tiramisu is traditionally an Italian dessert, and this is a similar recipe with an Indian twist. Why not give it a try? No one can resist the creamy deliciousness of fresh Tiramisu.

How To: Make whipped cream

Homemade whipped cream is the perfect topping for holiday desserts. Use these tips to get perfect results every time. Whipping cream is generally made from heavy cream. It takes patience and attention. If you beat it too much you'll get something closer to butter than light and fluffy dessert cream.

How To: Make basic whipped cream

In this tutorial, we learn how to make basic whipped cream. First, combine heavy whipping cream with 1 tsp of vanilla. Beat these together in a mixer that has been placed in the fridge for around 1 hour. Beat this slowly at first, then go up to high speed. Beat this until it's thick and you see peaks starting to form. once finished, spoon this out and you will have some rich and thick whipped cream! This not only tastes great, it is a lot healthier than buying from the store, which has a lot ...

How To: Make tasty whipped cream

In this tutorial, we learn how to make tasty whipped cream with Marie. First, put in heavy cream to a mixing bowl, then add in almond extract. Whip this mixture with an electric mixer until you get heavy folds in the combination. Start out at a low speed so you don't get splashes going everywhere in your kitchen. It will take several minutes to get to the right consistency. When the mixture starts to grow, gently fold in your sugar to the mixture. Only add in a small amount at a time until al...

How To: Make mango pie

This video shows how to make a mango pie. The ingredients are canned mango pulp, whipped light cream, Ready Crust, unflavored gelatin, a pinch of citric acid is optional and a cup of water. Boil the water and add the gelatin and citric acid if you are using it. Mix well. Add the entire can of mango pulp and some whipped cream into the geliatin and mix well. Continue adding whipped cream and mixing until the entire can of whipped cream has been added and mixed into the mango mixture. Pour into...

How To: Make homemade whipped cream

Learn how to make a perfectly homemade whipped cream by Insightful Nana. Put the bowl and the beater on the freezer to chill. Pour 1 cup of cream into the bowl, whip the cream until it gets firm. Add 3 tablespoons of sugar and a teaspoon of vanilla into the cream, mix it. Whip the mixture together until you get soft peaks. You can use any type of flavors or extracts.

How To: Solve the Whip-It puzzle

This video tutorial will show you how to solve the Whip-It puzzle. The Whip-It puzzle is not quite a Rubik's Cube, but it's just as fun! The Whip-It is also referred to as the Puzzle 6. and is a sliding piece puzzle that consists of several discs stacked up into a tower, and they can rotate about a central axle. If you're interested in solving it, just watch!

How To: Whip up chocolate egg cream (chocolate soda)

Despite what its name would naturally suggest, the chocolate egg cream drink doesn't actually contain any eggs...or cream. It does, however, contain chocolate (thankfully). The chocolate egg cream is actually a chocolate soda (thank the heavens for such an invention) that's not well known outside of New York, though we're it soon will be.

How To: Make a whip cut with your camera and Sony Vegas

The 'whip cut' is a clever way of joining shots together without the audience realizing there's been a cut. This means that you can shoot one actor in one place and another actor in a completely different place and join the two shots together. If you're trying to make twins, then make sure they are wearing different clothes, please.

How To: Do the Whipped Running Stitch

Another hand embroidery stitch that's great for beginning embroidery - the whipped running stitch. It's a simple, quick stitch to work. This stitch is one of many line stitches that can be used for bold or delicate outlines, depending on your choice of thread. Watch this video from Needle 'n Thread to see how it's done.

How To: Adjust a rear low-normal derailleur

Most rear derailleurs are high-normal, which means that they default the chain to high gear. Shimano derailleurs, however, are low-normal, defaulting to the lowest gear on the bike. This video details how to adjust a low-normal derailleur into normal cable tension. This works very differently than on a normal bike, so make sure you pay attention!

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