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    How To Get Crispy Fish Skin | 1 Minute Tips | Bart’s Fish Tales
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    How To Get Crispy Fish Skin | 1 Minute Tips | Bart’s Fish Tales

    January 15, 2020


    Guys, today I’m going to show you how to create crispy delicious skin on your fish fillet So guys here I’ve got a beautiful piece of cod, and if you buy a fish fillet make sure the skin is undamaged Rub the whole skin with some oil A bit of salt Pepper Use a super clean and non-sticky frying pan Put a bit of oil in the pan, on medium to high heat Put edge of fish fillet, skin side down into the pan And don’t move your fish fillet So when your fillet is cooked for 2 3rds, you can see a bit of colour, you flip it over And I turn back the heat to medium low and never turn your crispy skin back again because then it will be becoming rubbery and not crispy anymore And ta-dah a crispy skin So guys, good luck and enjoy and if you want to see more tips, click on the link

    HOW TO MAKE A GIANT HOMEMADE SWEDISH GUMMY FISH
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    HOW TO MAKE A GIANT HOMEMADE SWEDISH GUMMY FISH

    December 30, 2019


    Gay! Welcome to the simple cooking
    channel, today I’m going to show you how to make a giant bummy fish good new
    giant gummy koi so let’s go now this is simple for this get six
    packets of jelly or jello each packet is 85 grams pour that in then get 100 grams
    of unflavored gelatin that’s the stuff that alternate than just basic jelly or
    jello into gummy it’s the one I use now just mix this together just so it’s evenly distributed then add two cups of
    foiled or boiling water and mix this together so it’s well mimed we want
    the pistols to have dissolved now I just get a fish mold this is thing it’s
    just a koi and then you pour this in now you can just leave it like that if you
    want to get the bubbles off just get like a spoon do that now if you want to
    add a little bit of color just make a second batch of color like a red or a
    yellow put a little bit in it so you get a little bit in there and then pop it in
    the fridge until it sets this probably take an hour or so at the second color
    if you want spray it through spray through pour it through like that have you like this Oh Oh Oh smell so yummy that’s pretty cool
    you make this as a centerpiece at a dinner party very upmarket but I can eat
    this because I’ve actually made this for a little gathering that I’m having so
    I’ll see you next time for my next meal

    INCREDIBLY EASY ART Abstract  beach Landscape  ?   tutorial for REAL beginners
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    INCREDIBLY EASY ART Abstract beach Landscape ? tutorial for REAL beginners

    December 6, 2019


    hey I’m cinnamon Cooney your Art Sherpa
    today I’m going to show you how easy it is to paint a fabulous day at the beach
    get your paint get your brushes come back and meet me the Easel are right now I’m
    going to show you how you can paint this come on let’s go so let’s look at the
    materials we’re going to use today for this incredibly sublimely easy painting
    that you’re going to paint at home I have an eleven by fourteen canvas board
    here this is Pre-gesso’d t it doesn’t need another thing for you to do to
    paint on it over here I have all the colors I need for this magnificent
    painting that’s three colors I have titanium white yellow ochre and phthalo
    blue I’ve got a couple cups of water so I can thin my paint and I’m ready to get
    started so the first thing that I’m going to do is I’m going to grab a big
    wide flat brush see this brush right here I’m going to put in my sky so I’m
    going to dip in the water I’m going to drag this off this brush is synthetic
    elements and it’s not going to over hold water for me so it’s going to put just
    that right amount it’s made for acrylic painting I’m going to just load my brush
    up really well with the white and then I’m going to come in and get just a
    little bit of blue on my brush I’m going to come to my canvas this is the halfway
    mark I’m going to come about oh gosh what three inches below that I’m going
    to go back and forth look at this making this really nice
    light sky if you need some more white paint come over here dip your brush come
    here blowing both sides to Breezy there we go
    very streaking nice day all right here you go up up up up up now I want this
    guy to get darker as I go up so this time i’ma load my white paint but I’m
    going to get some more blue onto it there we go
    I’m going to just blend these two areas as I’m going up
    into each other back and forth this is just about a wide brush and having the
    paint be still wet to get the blend all right pushing the paint out of my brush
    and anytime I get white streaks it starts to feel like clouds which is
    really nice I’m going to come get my brush a little bit wet pull out a little
    more of my blue paint take it over my white I’m going to just make sure the
    top of the painting has a nice sort of very dark sky color to it there we go
    very little just lightly dragging that down and I’m making sure everything is
    horizontal now I’m going to rinse out my brush wipe it off only to the side dry
    my painting and use a really cool trick to make sure that my horizon line is
    level which is the key to this painting so I’m going to come right here let me
    get what is called a t-square and I’m going to line it up to the edge of my
    canvas on the side and I’m going to use my chalk line this is right at just a
    smidge a hair above the halfway point of my canvas if I didn’t have a t-square I
    could use a folded paper towel and line up the corners on the edges here and get
    the same level horizon for my horizon line so there’s a lot of ways to get
    this done that you don’t got to worry about it alright I’m going to take a
    number 10 bright this is a nice big fat bright with a stiff synthetic element
    I’m going to come over here I’m going to get the brush wet drag off the extra
    water I’m going to take a little of my yellow ochre to my white and I’m going
    to make kind of a streaky nice light sand color I’m going to paint the edge
    of my canvas with this light color I’m going to let the streaks happen get my
    brush and water if I need better flow just coming up if I’m going to come to
    about here with this color a little more the goal if you need it
    you want to keep your sand a fairly light color because that way you can
    darken where the wave is going over it it’s going to give you a nice result I’m
    going to rinse out my bright and I’m going to make my faraway water color so
    my faraway water color is a little bit of my yellow ochre in my phthalo blue
    notice how it makes this crazy cool oceanic kind of green all right there we
    go so I’m going to come along the far back edge making sure that I am
    following my mark I have a level far away horizon line that’s really kind of
    the key for me here just carefully doing that before this dries I’m going to get
    a little more blue into it and a little white into my mix you need to add some
    water definitely now I’m going to just brush
    back and forth as I’m going painting in this abstract each day now you might
    need to put out more white so that you have enough as you go down probably even
    a little more than that this is me getting paint all over my hands as per
    the usual and I’m going to just keep adding a little white into that make
    sure and if you need to a little of the blue just blending these areas into each
    other this is the ocean coming forward very marine and that’s what you want is
    a very marine Oshin there we go
    King us a little bit wet grab a little blue add a little white just come in and
    streak these in so this is like the sky reflecting in the trick is try to keep
    these brushstrokes level this is going to be where it’s really important to
    kind of keep it totally together now and then coming into this range of the
    canvas which is a little bit above the halfway point a little more color hair between the edge of my Beach where it
    ends on my canvas and this I’m going to want to get a little more yellow onto my
    brush so it’s almost like a green and if you need to you can even wipe off a
    little the extra pigment and then I’m going to get a lot of white to make my
    up close surf color I’m definitely going to go a little bit at least an inch down
    so see how this is wet and this is wet these blend together when you do that
    when acrylic paint is wet it blends now that I have this two here I need to make
    a little wave story and it’s really interesting how I’m going to make this
    little wave story get a little more paint on your brush and I’m going to
    come right here just below it I’m going to tell a funny little story and it’s
    going to be a little laundry story right so how we do is we wander up we wander
    down and we come up just meander across your own canvas right my little Marine color ends this
    is very very light in three he see how sturdy this is but it’s not white it
    needs to be dark enough with the white will show up on top of it I’m going to
    rinse this out and put this to the side for a second I’m going to get a smaller
    brush this is a number four bright this is a number four bright and I’m going to
    make sure if enough clean white out that I can do this next part alright I’m
    going to get a little white on my brush this number four bright I’m going to
    come into my abstract ocean here I’m going to make some light streaks this is
    sea foam or some distance disturbance in the water these streaks need to be
    different lengths you don’t want to make them all the same length I’m going to
    just have them just placed randomly around as you come up into the white
    come on here make a frothy a little bit of a story along this edge that you sort
    of sketched in the paint should be thick see how that stick on my brush I’m just
    telling that edge of this wave it’s just a little bit rolling into the shore
    isn’t it now you can even take it far out ahead of its friends with the white
    or this little toe of it has pushed into the shore there you go you’re nearly
    done three colors just a few brush strokes
    you can have a whole painting that’s what’s wonderful about art just filling
    in the slip here keeping my brush strokes short so that they’re choppy so
    that it mimics that wave feeling that we like and then let’s make sure we add
    some frothy little story back here just little disturbances right it’s a little
    disturbance right there little disturbances now that that’s all done
    its rinse rinse rinse rinse that out come and get a little of your yellow
    ochre and right along the bottom of this wave make a little shadow dark in the
    sand just a little bit dark in the sand oh yeah Turk can darken dirt you can see
    sometime because yellow ocher is often a little transparent almost working in our
    favor here because it’s acting like a glaze are you coming along hands make
    sure we just tell this little shadow to come along the way shadow the light has hit it all right you can soften this if you want to this
    effect self-admit just don’t pick up the white now I’m going to get the brush I’m
    going to sign with and I’m going to make it even one more shadow this is a number
    zero black pearl round will come here and I’m going to make my paint a little
    more fluid all right here we go you’re doing great see how I’m dipping
    the brush in my water and coming here and finding it out so that makes a
    little bit more like a flow paint and I’m going to come just along this wave
    äj– define the shadow a little bit more
    going to pick up a little the green that’s okay what we want just wandering
    along there if it gets a little defined come in it
    there you saw semantics a little bit of that shadow Google might
    come back with a little of my ogre just make sure push that back a smidge now
    I’m going to find a place to sign my painting and I take my little brush and
    I’m going to get my yellow ochre I think I’m gonna come right under here chef
    before the wave is about to erase it I will write my name in the sand you can
    put your signature anywhere you want to on the beach you can hide things put
    shells it’s really up to you or you can just leave this a lovely abstract piece
    that you can enjoy on your wall today could that have been easier isn’t it
    amazing how easy painting actually is good to yourselves be good to each other
    and I’m going to see you I think you’ll really soon bye bye you

    Origami Fish
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    Origami Fish

    November 27, 2019


    The origami fish is an easy classical model we begin with a square shaped sheet of paper and fold diagonally we fold our triangle into a smaller triangle now we bring these edges aline open the fold now we fold this line to the corner turn over you can see how the corner touches the line repeat with the other flap this time you can fold the edges aline fold this triangle up and fold it inside this will be a mauntain fold and this will be a valley fold just fold along your crease and push it inside there are two layers take the lower one an pull it down I like to do it like so, not entirly out so I get a symetric shape, but do as you like you maybe this this crease fold along it, edge to edge be as precise as possible for a nice fish repeat with the other flap now there are two flaps pull them in inside and backwords (inside reverse fold) the shart line is intersected into 2 equal parts by the flap this will result in a middle sized fin repeat with the other flap those triangles will be folde inside just like triangle of the fin just push it inside the body and repead with all 4 triangles the precreases make it easier, but are optional for the fins on the side first fold like shown open and fold the edge aline with the crease you just created open and scaush fold like shown and repeat on the other side and that is your origami fish!

    Palm Leaf Fish Garnish
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    Palm Leaf Fish Garnish

    November 23, 2019


    Welcome back to another cooking video. I’m Chef Devaux and today I’m going to
    teach you how to make a very simple little garnish out of just a palm tree leaf that
    will look stunning on any sushi platter. Okay let’s get right into it, let’s get
    going! Okay to make this garnish you’re going to
    need a palm leaf like this and you just want to tear off one of the strips like so. Now here I’m just going to cut the end off,
    there we go. Now you’re going to need two of these. Before you start getting to making the garnish
    you’re going to want to remove the little stringy bits and clean these before you get
    to any making of the garnish. Okay, so now you’ve done that, just place
    one between your thumb and your index finger and make a loop, make sure it’s big enough
    and then you make a second loop and hold it all together with your index finger. Now you want to take the second strip and
    just feed it in through the middle and going through the outside of the first loop and
    feed it in 80% of the way through. Then you want to go through the inside and
    the outside of the opposite side, just like that. I’m just going to feed it in a little bit
    more, there we go. And now you want to go through the outside
    and then the inside, and then you want to do the same on the other side. So again you go on the outside and then the
    inside. There we go that’s basically it. Now all you have to do is just tighten this
    up. So you want to pull on the excesses here and
    you just keep pulling and threading it through and just moving it about until you’ve compressed
    the inside and taken all the slack out of it. Once you’ve done that it will hold together
    in one piece, so just a little bit more, this is just a little bit fidgety but you get through
    it and just keep going. There we go, that’s it. Now you just need to do a little bit of trimming
    to finish it off. I like to do a little zigzag pattern on the
    inside fins like this, it gives it a little bit of a fishy vibe and I think it really
    adds to the design. Okay so do the same on the opposite side,
    just like that – okay great, and now I’m going to do just a straight cut for the outer
    fins, there we go and that’s it. That’s how simple it is to make a palm leaf
    into a fish design that you can use for garnishing your sushi platters or any other dish. Alright, I hope you enjoyed seeing how to
    make this simple little garnish. If you want to check out some more of my garnishes,
    check out this video right here. Thank you for watching, see you next week. Bye! END

    ✔ Minecraft: How to make an AFK Fishing Farm
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    ✔ Minecraft: How to make an AFK Fishing Farm

    November 22, 2019


    Hello again! Here’s the things you’re going to need. Using this thing you”ll be able to get tons of fish and treasure while AFK. (Very useful for beginner players.) Make sure the hopper is directing items into the chest. The orientation of the trapdoor is relevant here. There’re tons of takes on this simple concept out there! I’ve decided to give it an aquatic look. (Try smooth stone blocks, looks cool, too!) Make sure you place stairs here and not a block. When the tripwire is triggered, the piston should retract. (Don’t forget to subscribe MagmaMusen! He worked hard just to make our gameplay even more enjoyable!) This fishing farm is based on fishing with a fishing rod. It comes with a lot of the pros and cons of manual fishing. In addiction to fish, you’ll also be catching treasure and junk. Fishing also grants experience. Whoops. (It’s fine, everybody makes mistakes.) The water source should be on top of the hopper. Done! Wait for it… We just caught a fish! And I did nothing but hold right-click! This method is exploiting a fishing rod mechanic. Whiile you’re holding right-click over a trapdoor, you”ll open and close it… This oberwrites the reel in action. There’s a bite, the fishing rod will register the right-click as reeling in… Pretty weird, pretty useful! Your catch goes right to the chest! (Yay no need to clear the inventory anymore xD) After some time, you might be left with something like this! Just stand AFK with your mouse button pressed! Hope you enjoyed the video! (I do while im subtitling this!) See you next time! (Goodbye MagmaMusen!) English subtitle by: SansZed Gaming

    Origami Sailboat (Folding Instructions)
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    Origami Sailboat (Folding Instructions)

    November 7, 2019


    Hello.
    Today we will be folding a traditional origami sailboat in celebration of World Origami Days.
    World Origami Days is a two and a half week long celebration about spreading the joy of
    origami. Today, October 24th, is the first day of World
    Origami Days. This is because October 24th was Lillian Oppenheimer’s
    birthday. World Origami Days continues until November
    11th. November 11th was chosen because it is also
    known as Origami Day in Japan. For more information about World Origami Days,
    please visit WorldOrigamiDays.org. Start with a square sheet of paper- color
    on one side and white on the other. Start by folding the top left corner down
    to the bottom right corner. Make a crease, and then unfold.
    Now flip the paper over and fold the left side over to the right side.
    Make sure the edges line up perfectly, and then make a crease.
    Then, unfold. Now, take the top edge and fold it down to
    the bottom edge. Make a crease, and again unfold.
    Now take the bottom left corner, and fold it into the center where the three creases
    that we just made intersect. And do the same thing with the top right corner.
    And those two corners should line up evenly in the middle.
    Now, fold the model in half along this diagonal crease that we made first.
    All you should see is color on both sides. Now what you have to do is align this crease
    and this crease. You’re going to do two reverse folds.
    So, start by opening up the middle a bit and pushing this flap upwards.
    Push it upwards and towards the middle of the model.
    And once it’s like this, just push down and the model should lie flat like this.
    Now you do the same over here. Open it up a bit, and push this upwards and
    towards the center of the model, and push in along this crease here.
    And then, just squash down like this. Now were going to take the top left point
    that we just created and fold it down to the bottom point.
    Once it looks like this, then you just have to fold this flap up a bit.
    There’s no exact reference point, it just determines how high this sail is going to
    be. So I say– right about there.
    And just make a crease and make sure this edge lines up with the
    other sail over here. Once it looks like this, you can just pull
    up the colored part a bit and push this extra paper inside there.
    Just like that. Fold this bottom colored point up to here,
    where the sails and the colored point intersect. Make a sharp crease,
    and turn the model over, and you’ve completed your sailboat.