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Ultimate egg tricks video showing 40 incredible edible egg tricks you can try in your home kitchen. Life hacks with eggs that are shown in this video: 1. Pealing an egg with a shaker 2. Pealing a boiled egg 3. Bacon cups with eggs 4. Fried ham and egg bread 5. Avo eggs 6. Bacon egg and blueberries bunny 7. How to hold up an egg 8. Microwave egg 9. Herbs in egg 10. Pepper and Onion Rings 11. Different fried eggs 12. Egg funnel 13. Egg candles 14. How long to cook an egg 15. How fresh is an egg 16. How old is an egg 17. Baking eggs 18. Bouncy egg 19. Chopstick egg 20. Separating an egg with your hand 21. Bottle yolk grabber 22. Egg cutter 23. Cheesy fried bread 24. Scrambled egg in microwave 25. Pepper and Onion Rings 26. Herb Fried Egg 27. Colourful Eggs 28. Colourful Eggs 2 29. Heart Eggs 30. Egg sandwich 31. Heart Yolk 32. Heart Sausage Eggs 33. Poached Eggs 34. Straw Hack 35. Getting shell out with water 36. Eggshell cleaner hack 37. Egg Bunny 38. Boiled egg in kettle 39. Egg Basket 40. Microwave fried eggs See more egg tricks in my other videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwaCNf8K6Oc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voztwgixwtg Thank you for watching my video
だし巻き玉子の作り方 回転寿司旬楽 恵庭 北海道 How to make a Japanese rolled omelette ( Dashimaki Tamago ) as demonstrated by the Master Chef at the Shunraku Kaiten Sushi Restaurant, Shunraku on Route 36 Eniwa Hokkaido. 材料 Ingredients 玉子 eggs 8 砂糖 sugar 30g 塩 salt 3g みりん Mirin 1tsp （1パイ） 酒 Sake 1 tsp （1パイ） カツオダシ Bonito Stock 180ml
From putting a lid on boiling water to eating cheetos with chopsticks here are 18 Things You've Been Doing Wrong. Life hack 101! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 10. Taking Out the Trash Drilling holes at the bottom and sides of your trash bin might not be so bad of an idea. If you’re household or lifestyle means the trash piles up a lot and you find yourself having someone hold down the bin while you pull out the bag or keep one foot on the can to do so, you should consider drilling holes. Doing so allows less likeliness for suction issues, which is what keeps a lot of bags from being pulled out easy. 9. Scooping Ice Cream If you’re with friends or at a party and decide you don’t want to spend time waiting for the ice cream to thaw and then put in muscle energy to serve it, then you should cut the ice cream. Cutting it into portions makes it available for consumption faster and serving it to more than 1 or 2 people more efficient. Granted, this is only helpful if there’s a handful of you wanting to eat your cold treats right that moment. If you’re alone watching Netflix, then a spoon in the container’s all you need. 8. Frozen Ice Cream Of course, you always have to freeze your ice cream--unless you really want to drink it instead. But a better way than just sticking the tub in your freezer is to put the ice cream in a sandwich bag. Doing so helps avoid that hard ice cream you get when it’s opened and has been in the freezer too long. 7. Eating Cupcakes This one’s definitely something no one does. Apparently, the right way to eat a cupcake is by tearing or cutting the bottom half of the cupcake and sandwiching it over the top half. Even though it’s strange, what it does do is make for a neater snack and even the icing to cupcake ratio. 6. Potholes Did you realize the hole at the end of your pot handle can be used for your spoon? Not everyone has those fancy kitchen installations that lets you hang your pots over your kitchen island. Most kitchen devices end up stacked in cupboards. But people also use the handle holes as a place to keep the spoon. Doing this prevents you from setting it on your dirty counter or scrambling to find a plate to lay it down on when the phone rings. 5. Filling Water Instead of lugging a bin or huge jug to fill with water, which will inevitably get too heavy once you’ve finished, use a dustpan or a water bottle with a hole cut out the bottom to transfer water from the sink way easier. 4. Aluminum Foil You’re not alone if you’ve haphazardly tried to get some aluminum foil and accidentally pulled the whole roll out of the box. There’s a hack for that, actually, and it’s been right in front of you since forever. This little tab that no one ever pays attention to at the end of the 3. Eating Cheetos Maybe you’ve seen this picture of Star Wars star Oscar Isaac floating around on the internet. As ridiculous as it looks, lots of people at cheetos and other season heavy, cheesy snacks with chopsticks. It helps to not get any of that red or orange food residue all over your fingers that takes a few handwashes to really scrub out. 2. Putting a Lid on Boiling Water Here’s another spoon fact you didn’t know about. Have you ever heard that placing a wooden spoon over a pot of boiling water helps the water from spilling over? It sounds fake, but it apparently works. It looks like magic, but science can explain this one. The wooden spoon acts a destabilizer to the naturally unstable bubbles. When it reaches the surface of the spoon, the boiling water retreats, keeping your pasta or soup from making a mess on the stove top. 1. Dr. Seuss So this might make you completely rethink your childhood, but the correct way to pronounce the author’s name is “SOYce” not “Soose.” His friend, Alexander Liang, wrote a poem about how people have been pronouncing it all wrong this whole time. “You’re wrong as the deuce/And you shouldn’t rejoice/If you’re calling him Seuss/He pronounces it Soice.” Soice is spelled with and o and i. Even so, does anyone really think the world’s going to correct itself anytime soon?
8 awesome kitchen gadgets that you will want in your kitchen while cooking. Cooking gadgets in this video: 1. Butter Grater Gadget, this is a very useful gadget designed to help make your butter soft, find it here: http://amzn.to/2C2jJ9V 2. New Flexible Colander, this is a great new design of colander which is slim and flexible, it can hook on to any pan and works just as advertised, see here: http://amzn.to/2j2aYF4 3. Kiwi Tool Gadget, I have tried many kiwi tools and all of them don't work, this is the first that does a reasonable job at extracting the kiwi fruit, see here: http://amzn.to/2iYEADh 4. No Air Jars, these are great jars if I have one criticism it is they are a little bit too expensive, also I made the mistake of buying the small ones by accident. all jars: http://amzn.to/2Bn1LlG small jars: http://amzn.to/2ADD3Oe large jars: http://amzn.to/2AF4nf9 5. Pineapple Corer, simple gadget that extracts all the usable fruit from a pineapple, get yours here: http://amzn.to/2ATZT1e 6. Silicon Stretchy Lids, these are EPIC so great for when you cant find the right lid for your plastic food containers, see where to get them here: http://amzn.to/2ABEKvL 7. Tomato Corer, need to cut a lot of tomatoes? then this gadget is for you: http://amzn.to/2ASqifN 8. Brownie Pan, not only great for cooking multi-edge brownies, it can also be used for cooking multi-edge lasagna :) see here: http://amzn.to/2C2uCbG hope you enjoyed this food gadget video, see more of my gadget videos here: 10 kitchen gadgets https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PswphgvP9M0 6 great kitchen gadgets https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bukDRpRaY0U 6 awesome gadgets https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3fiUO4TTIU 6 fun gadgets https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hnFxU88NWI ----------------------------------------------- All Recipe Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/MakeSushi1/videos This YouTube Food channel is all about making sushi recipes and trying to teach great food recipes. What to support this channel? you can do the following: 1) Share this video on Facebook, Google + or Twitter 2) like this video 3) Embed this video on a blog or website or just link to it from somewhere. Thank you for your support :) *SOCIAL MEDIA :* Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MakeSushi1 Instagram: @MakeSushi1 or use the hashtag #makesushi1 Make Sushi App: http://mksu.co/2fKmn9C Music Royalty Free Music: Music from audionetwork.com (paid for license) cameras used to film this: 2x Canon 5D m4: http://amzn.to/2kZfoM5 sometimes a GoPro Hero5: http://amzn.to/2iKpW53 Produced by http://www.makesushi.com Chef: Davy Devaux link to this video for sharing: https://youtu.be/SMmsPglRY0I last week's video: https://youtu.be/lG_oHSYeJNo I use affiliate links to share products I like, find useful and feel that readers will find helpful. These links can help me generate income to support the costs associated with making video tutorials.
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