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How To: Make raw "fried" mushrooms

Karen Knowler demonstrates how to make a quick and easy recipe called Fried Mushrooms in this video. This dish can be eaten as it is or topped with your salads. She takes in a generous quantity of mushrooms and slices them (obviously after they are washed!). Then olive oil is drizzled over the mushrooms and they are mixed well. Next, the juice of a whole fresh lemon is poured over the mushrooms with olive oil, to give an added taste. Next, she crushes two whole garlic pods and adds them in. T...

How To: Easily brine a chicken

This video will show you the ingredients, gear and process you will need to do to brine a turkey or chicken. Brine is vegetable stock or broth, salt and brown sugar. You can add whatever other spices you would like to season your meat.

How To: Blend in long hair extensions seamlessly

There is not an actress who walks the red carpet without a quantity of hair that her mother didn't give her (we know that's a lot of negatives, but hopefully you get our gist). While it's true that many actresses are genetically blessed, that doesn't mean that each and every one of them was born with thick, Victoria's Secret hair.

How To: Check your brake fluid

In this Autos, Motorcycles & Planes video tutorial you will learn how to check your brake fluid. There are two things that you need to check; the quantity and the quality of the brake fluid. Locate the reservoir for the brake fluid and check the level of the brake fluid inside the reservoir. The level should not be low. If it is low, fill in more fluid to bring it up to the max level. It also has a sensor that will tell you when the fluid level is getting low. To check the quality of the flui...

How To: Use LightScribe with a Nimbie NB11 disc burner

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to light-scribe with a Nimbie BB11 disc burner. This device is an auto disc loading system that allows the user to light-scribe multiple disc without manually inserting them one-by-one. Simply load the disc into the machine with the labels faced down. On your desktop, double-click on the Q-Q-Box icon to start the program. Start up the labeling function, select a desires image and quantity up to 100. Then click on Print. The machine will then product l...

How To: Use SUMIFS or SUMPRODUCT to get invoice info in Excel

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 497th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll see a formula that uses SUMIFS or SUMPRODUCT functions that will take invoice information for inventory quantity sold and update inventory records to show correct amount on hand (in stock) for each store or branch of the company.

How To: Simplify square roots in less than a minute

A square root of a number is a value which when multiplied to it self gives you the original number. The square roots of perfect squares are whole numbers. Like square root of 9 is 3, because 3 times 3 is 9. Similarly square root of 81 is 9 because 9 times 9 is 81. Others numbers do not have a perfect square root and in those cases you can only simplify the number to an extent. So to find out the square root of any number first you need to factorize that number. Factorize the number into smal...

How To: Calculate percent yield

This video shows you how to calculate the percentage yield in chemistry. To find the percentage yield, you will need to divide the actual yield by the theoretical yield. Then, multiply it by 100: i.e. % yield = actual yield/theoretical yield x 100. An actual yield is the amount of a substance produced in an actual laboratory experiment. It is based on an actual physical measurement of a quantity. The theoretical yield is the yield as is calculated on paper: i.e. through calculations. Therefor...

How To: Make blue slime out of cornflour

This video loosely explains the method of how to make a blue colored slime from corn flour, blue food coloring, and a quantity of water which is undetermined. Quantities of ingredients to be added for this project vary and can be made up as the person goes along in combining the ingredients to produce the desired results. Ideally, the product should be of a slime like consistency, or can be described as 'gooey' in appearance. The resulting slime product should be easily stirred when it is sti...

How To: Algebraically solve mixed quantities problems

In this video the instructor shows how to solve mixture problems using two variables. Usually in these kind of questions the problem statement goes like, if A costs $x for a pound and B costs $y for a pound, in what ratio should they be mixed such that one pound of the new mixture sells for $z a pound. So, in these kind of problems start with a box where you list down all the given data in the form of a table as shown in the video. Now denote the unknown quantity of A and B by two variables a...

How To: Make Filipino-style cashewed chicken

This is a very useful instructional video on how to cook Cashew Chicken. The ingredients required to make cashew chicken are chicken pieces, corn flour, cashew nuts, black pepper, green onion, onion, egg, green leaves and cooking oil. Now add corn to chicken pieces and put them in the frying pan. Fry it for a few minutes and then add cashew nuts, green leaves and egg and a little quantity of oil. Now add black pepper and onion and pepper and fry it until it becomes golden brown color. Now the...

How To: Make raw veggie wraps & onion crisps

This is a great instructional video on how to make raw veggie wraps and onion crisps. You should chop onions into round pieces. Now put them into frying pan. You can add pepper and a little salt to it. Now fry them by adding a small quantity of oil. Fry it until it is just adequately fried. You can take three or four vegetables and chop them to small pieces. You can add pepper and salt to it. You can add the green leaves too. You can use cabbage. Now you can roll the vegetables with the green...

How To: Make a hat out of felt

This video tutorial is in the Fine Art category where you will learn how to make a hat out of felt. You will need glue, silver wrap, a plastic bowl, pins, felt and a mold of the head. Take a red felt and cut out a big square piece, a small triangular piece and four curved shapes as shown in the video. Now cut four curved strips from each of pink, light green and dark green felt. Pour glue in the plastic bowl, add equal quantity of water and mix well. Take the square piece of felt and dip it i...

How To: Do a yeast experiment to see how much C02 it produces

In this Education video tutorial you will learn how to do a yeast experiment to see how much C02 it produces with different types of food. Yeast is a fungus and it has to eat. After it eats, it produces CO2 gas. The bubbles in bread are produced by the CO2 gas from the yeast. Take five different types of food items and measure out the same quantity for each item. In the video it is 8gms of cookie, oil, flour, salt and sugar. Take six glasses of water and mix one packet of yeast in each glass....

How To: Make a microphone wind screen for a Zoom H2

For anyone who has ever used a microphone, trying to record something during a windy day can be a bit of a pain. Of course we can eliminate most of the interference with a simple wind screen that can be purchased at the store, but many times they can be a bit pricey. Well, in this tutorial find out how to make your own wind screener for a Zoom H2 mic. Enjoy!

How To: Use the levels and histogram in Photoshop

Deke McClelland explains what the Levels and Histogram commands can do in Photoshop in this video tutorial. Levels allows you to adjust the luminance levels allowing you to adjust the contrast and colors within each color channel of an image. Thus, Levels allows you to adjust the individual colors that can be found within a gradient. This command is very similar to the curves command but to a less powerful extent. It is also more efficient than the curves command. The Histogram is another col...

How To: Find and measure the correct bra size

Cate Adair, a fashion consultant makes many important and useful points in how to find the correct bra size. The first point is that your bra size is constantly changing. Losing/gaining weight, as well as exercise can easily change the size of bra you need. Due to this, it is important to get measured frequently since your size can change. She also points out that different outfits require different types of bras. Cate gives the example that the perfect bra while wearing a t-shirt probably is...

How To: Prepare an easy lobster appetizer

Watch this video to learn how to prepare an easy lobster appetizer. Your guests will gobble them up in no time! Ingredients four (1 lb) lobsters six cups mesclun (baby greens) one cup lobster stock one shallot, peeled and finely diced cup vinaigrette one tsp fresh lemon juice Freshly ground white pepper to taste Fine sea salt to taste one bunch fresh chervil for garnish Preparation Cut shelled claw meat into inch wide strips. Cut the legs and shell that covers the tail meat. Cut the tail meat...

How To: Solve percent problems

Percent problems, also called as proportion problems, are simple problems where you deal with percentages. Given a percentage problem you may need to identify the percentage, the part or whole quantity from it. You can use the proportion or percent equation to do this. Proportion equations says that the ratio of part to the whole is equal to the ratio of percentage to one hundred. Percent equation says that the product of the percentage in the decimal form and the whole gives you the quantity...

How To: Make the most of limited archery practice

This video archery tutorial offers some tips for how to maximize the results of even small amounts of practice time. Quality not quantity is as golden for archery practice as any other part of life. It's important to remember to practice in the same kind of clothing the archery hunting would be occurring in. Watch this instructional video and learn how to make the most of limited archery practice.

How To: Roll a cigarette with a filter inside-out

First of all take a filter tip and a cigarette roll paper. Now take out some tobacco from the tobacco pouch. Put ample quantity of the tobacco on the paper. Spread out the tobacco evenly on the paper in the middle. Put the filter tip at one of the paper. Make sure that the there is no gap left between the tobacco and the filter tip. Start rolling the paper from one of the longer end. Use your fingers to rotate the cigarettes so that no tobacco is evenly rolled in between. Lick the paper roll....

How To: Play with a Rubik's Cube Lego puzzle

Puzzles include multiple pieces each with a designated pattern so that when a user regroups the pieces, a picture or a particular image is presented, which provides practice to the coordination of the user's concept to space and structural relationship between pieces. However, no matter how large the quantity of the pieces is, puzzles only provide user's spatial concept in two dimensions. To enhance spatial concept and increase entertainment to the user, building blocks are promoted so that u...

News: HoloTube Brings YouTube to the HoloLens, but It Needs to Be Way Better

HoloTube, a new unofficial YouTube app for the Microsoft HoloLens, brings a whole bunch of new content to the mixed reality headset. While it's nice to have, the experience feels focused on quantity, not quality. HoloTube has a simple interface most people will recognize. You get a page of video categories, and as you drill down through each option you're presented with videos to watch. You can view regular, flat videos on the wall (or wherever you like)—which has its merits.