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How To: Super scrunch your hair

In this video, we learn how to super scrunch your hair. Start off with your hair damp, not completely wet. After this, spray de-tangler into your hair and don't brush your hair out. From here, work a mousse into your hair to create volume and keep the hair firm in place. Scrunch up while your hair is upside down into the root of the hair. From here, you will get a tiny section of hair from the front of the face and start to twist it, adding in hair to it. Let this stay in your hair for a whil...

How To: Make fresh rolled sushi

Learn how to make delicious sushi like a real chef. You may think sushi is just raw fish, but you’d only be half right. It’s actually the combination of fish and rice – and how it’s combined is an art form in itself.

How To: Eat Boiled Crawfish

There may be no other crustacean with as many names as the crawfish: crayfish, crawdad, crawdaddy, mudbug, Florida lobster, spiny lobster, rock lobster, and freshwater lobster (to name a few). But no matter what you call it, there's no denying that it's a popular delicacy in the South and beyond.

How To: 12 Tofu Hacks That Even Tofu-Haters Can Appreciate

Tofu has been a staple food in Asia for over 2,000 years, but due to the health craze of recent years, it's enjoyed a surge of popularity in the Western world. Derived from the milk of soy beans and typically coagulated by calcium or magnesium salts, tofu can be found in consistencies ranging from extra-soft or silken to extra-firm. Based on which firmness you prefer, there are a myriad of ways to prepare your tofu for consumption.

How To: 5 Unconventional Uses for Leftover Cookie Dough

While I frown upon any form of uneaten cookie, sometimes we overestimate our late-night cravings for baked goods leaving us with extra cookie dough at 4 a.m. If you're in the privileged dilemma of not having enough excess dough to make another batch of cookies but just enough left over that you can't justify tossing it, don't fret. Here are five effortless and unexpected ways to salvage it.

How To: Make incredibly simple chocolate truffles

Eric demonstrates how to make simple chocolate truffles from his home kitchen. The ingredients you need to make these truffles are: chocolate pieces (whichever sweetness you desire) heavy cream, butter, some type of flavoring (a liquor or an extract), and also a topping to roll the truffle in when it is done (powdered sugar, nuts, cocoa powder, etc.). You begin the process by putting your chocolate pieces in a bowl with the butter. Then you heat up the heavy cream to boiling. Pour the boiling...

How To: Cook fried firm tofu

No need to drop a bunch of cash at a Korean restaurant when you can cook authetic Korean cuisine at home! In this cooking tutorial presented by Aeris Kitchen, learn how to cook fried firm tofu the right way. To complete this recipe, you will need the following ingredients:

How To: Get flat, firm, fabulous abs with SELF Magazine

Get flat firm and fabulous abs with tips form the experts. In this fitness how to video SELF Magazine demonstrates an extensive abdominal workout session. Watch and learn how to do the following exercises: slideshow, dolphin pull, bridge plus, krav maga kick, bow wows, chair roll ups, waist whittler, oblique X, tense/relax, chair lifts, swan dive and side slimmer. These twelve core strengthening moves are sure to give you flat, firm and fabulous abs.

Ingredients 101: Selecting, Cleaning, & Storing Fresh Mushrooms

Eating vegetarian isn't just for vegetarians. There are plenty of reasons, health and economics-wise, to consider forgoing the meat for a meal or three. Rather than get deep into the world of fake meat (although there's many a tasty alternative to be found there, to be sure), you should consider getting to know your humble-seeming fungal friend: the mushroom. Thanks to their hearty flavor, cooks tend to treat mushrooms like meat, albeit one with its own unique characteristics. Mushrooms are e...

How To: Play "Tiny Dancer" by Elton John on piano

Playing along with your favorite songs is an enjoyable, and highly effective, way of developing your playing technique. In this piano tutorial, you'll learn how to play Elton John's "Tiny Dancer." While the lesson is geared toward players of an intermediate skill level, all players can follow along given adequate time and motivation. To get started playing "Tiny Dancer" on your own piano or keyboard, press play!

How To: Do exercises to firm your butt at home

Work those glutes with this free home fitness guide, which presents a number of simple exercises that you can perform at home that will help you to firm your posterior—namely squats and hip lifts. Tune into specific muscles when exercising isolated areas with help from a personal trainer in this free video on glute exercises for moms.

How To: Get sexy abs fast with SELF Magazine

Get flat firm and fabulous abs with tips form the experts. In this fitness how-to video SELF Magazine shows you how to sculpt your abs with short, quick workouts. Watch and learn how to do the following exercises: the bicycle, ball crunch, captain's chair, stand up slimmer, reverse crunch and weighted reach. These six core strengthening moves are sure to give you flat, firm and fabulous abs.

How To: Make tiny origami stars

Looking for an easy craft project? With this guide, you'll learn how to fold a tiny paper star using origami, the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your own tiny stars (which work wonderfully in garlands or as party decorations), watch this free origami lesson.

How To: Make a mini milkshake for a doll & dollhouse

This short video explains how to create a mini milkshake for a doll. Using Elmer's Probond Stainable Wood Filler is preferable because it happens to already be the right color, although using this brand is not absolutely required-any wood filler would do. You can find this at a hardware store. If tiny cups are not at your disposal, don't worry! Our presenter shows us how to use a bead cap in the tiny cup's place. Fill the bead cap with the wood filler, and then using a tiny spoon that can be ...

How To: Make mini drinks out of polymer clay for a dollhouse

Garden of Imagination teaches viewers how to make various drinks, such as beer, milk, lemonade, and coffee, for their miniature dollhouse. First, you need to go to the crafts store and get a pack of 5 piece filigree tubes (you can pick whatever color you'd like). Take a tiny piece of clay and stick it into the filigree tube. Smooth out the clay inside with a paintbrush to make a tiny cup. First, to make a mug of coffee you need triple thick clear glaze black chalk. Mix the two together and ta...

How To: Create teenie tiny solar insect robots

Create teenie tiny solar robots with Bre Pettis of Make Magazine. Learn to make little teeny tiny robots called beambots that are powered by the sun! One of the great things about these little solar powered bots is that you can make them from scavenged materials. Use parts from broken electronics and bring them back to life as little robots! If you are not an expert in circuits, you will need books and pdf's to supplement this video.

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