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INCREDIBLE FRUIT HACKS We really love fruits as they contain a lot of vitamins, fiber, minerals and are so easy to eat. Here are a lot of tips on how to peel and cut fruits a lot faster and even few recipes of perfect fruit dishes! Watermelon is a king of fruits not only because of its size but also, it’s sooo tasty! It’s one of the best summer fruits and we have a collection of watermelon hacks. Forget the knife and don’t how to cut a watermelon without a knife? Use dental floss and this lifehack really works! We already showed you a lot of Cola hacks and this time you can make an awesome dessert out of cola and watermelon. Cut two holes in watermelon, pour Cola inside. After that cut and eat! This is a brilliant recipe for a party. Another perfect treat for the party is watermelon cake. And you don’t need to bake it, this recipe looks so good and doesn’t require much effort. Cut off a watermelon's rind then cover in whipped cream with berries. Yummy! Learn the easiest way to cut and serve the watermelon using wooden sticks. Check out more life-changing genius fruit hacks: -take a mixer whisk to peel the kiwi. Cut the kiwi in a half and insert mixer whisk and turn around -check out an easy way to cut a pomegranate -make roses out of strawberries - cook perfect and easy rose shaped apple buns -roll an orange before peeling it. This action will ease and speed up the process -hull strawberries using a straw and fill with chocolate. Perfect dessert is ready! As a bonus, you will find how to cut vegetables and decorate dishes, how to make baked onion lotus and smart way to cut and peel avocado! Don’t forget to subscribe and share our awesome kitchen hacks with your friends! TIMESTAMPS: 00:18 Use dental floss to cut a watermelon 00:53 Quickest way to cut a pomegranate 03:07 Strawberry roses 04:52 Baked onion lotus 05:38 Apple swan 06:07 Perfect apple buns ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/5min.crafts/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/5.min.crafts/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/5m_crafts Subscribe to 5-Minute MAGIC: http://bit.ly/2ldditZ Subscribe to 5-Minute Crafts GIRLY: https://goo.gl/fWbJqz Subscribe 5-Minute Crafts KIDS: https://goo.gl/PEuLVt The Bright Side of Youtube: https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me Music by Epidemic Sound: https://www.epidemicsound.com/
Recently, we've been showing you the hidden purposes of things you use everyday, but it isn't just uses that you have been missing out on. Everyday there are little features of design that you might not realize or understand unless someone pointed it out to you. Subscribe for more! ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedSubscribe ◄ Stay updated ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedFacebook https://twitter.com/BeAmazedVideos https://instagram.com/BeAmazedVideos◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: [email protected] Credit: http://pastebin.com/SqPGk85W Featuring... The hidden Hershey kiss - What would you say if I told you that when you buy a packet of Hershey kisses, you're always leaving one behind? Well that's the case because snook in between the K and I on the packaging is the shape of one of the tasty chocolates. A very clever bit of design, but I just wish that it was another edible kiss.Petrol gauge arrow - We've all seen people desperately trying to stretch the petrol pump around the back of their car as they've pulled up on the wrong side, but little did they know that they could have stopped this all along. Symbols on plastic bottles - Anyone who has bought a drink in a plastic bottle may have noticed a number in a triangle on the base of the bottle. This isn't a weird design feature, but is actually there to indicate what kind of plastic the bottle is made of. Hidden Queen head on Pound Notes - On the U.S. dollar there is the all-seeing eye so often associated with the illuminati, but in the U.K. the only set of eyes that are always watching you are the Queen. If you hold up a British note to the light, through part of the note, an outline of the Queen's face shows up that you wouldn't otherwise see. Just remember guys, she's always watching. Double Quarter Pounder From McDonalds - Secret menus at everywhere from Starbucks to KFC have taken over the internet in recent years, but one order from McDonalds seems to go neglected. If you think a normal quarter pounder wouldn't fill you up enough, you can order a double and the upgrade will only set you back the price of a cheeseburger. Now you and Samuel L Jackson can really enjoy your Royale With Cheese. Hidden shield pattern on british coins - What British money doesn't have in value after voting for Brexit, it certainly has in hidden secrets as once again pound sterling makes this video. Camera symbol - If you picked up a camera and saw this symbol on the side of it, you'd be forgiven for thinking you'd accidentally bought into a cult, but you'd be wrong. British/European Standards - Packaging comes with so many symbols on it that sometimes it can get confusing as to whether these symbols are there for decorative purposes or whether they mean something. Royal Seal of approval - Unlike the previous symbol, one thing you're unlikely to see this stamp on is contraception. That's because this symbol is the Royal Seal of Approval – a stamp only given to products that are bought regularly by members of the royal family. Statue of Liberty spikes – one spike per continent - Everyday people from around the world come to visit the Statue of Liberty and admire her welcoming presence. Product expiry after opened - Ever seen this little tin on the side of the packaging and been confused about what it means? Well worry no more, as I can confirm that the number inside of the tin doesn't indicate how many portions of food this could be, but rather how long the product will last after it has been opened. King of hearts – no moustacheless - The curly moustache is undoubtedly the most regal of all facial hair choices, but for the king of hearts – it just isn't for him. Where his club, spade, and diamond counterparts are all sporting the twizzly-tash the king of hearts is clean shaven – a little something that you really wouldn't know, unless you've got a bit of a poker problem. Google maps – explore the tardis - Google maps is a great way to kill some time when you're trying to get on with work, but this gimmick might take that procrastination to a whole other level. Music credit: 'Gotta Start' Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Here’s what school lunches around the world look like. Meals for kids in different countries are truly amazing and surprising! Every country has its standards for school meals. Some schools offer convenience food and snacks for lunch, and some cook set meals for students. What do you think the most popular ingredients of school lunches are? Well, how about octopus, kimchi, or chili? Are you curious what kids eat in South Korea? What they prefer in Turkey? Some of those lunches are quite unusual. Watch and try to find your childhood meals! TIMESTAMPS South Korea 0:41 Japan 1:23 Turkey 1:55 Thailand 2:28 France 2:59 Finland 3:28 Russia 4:08 Hungary 4:34 Israel 4:53 Colombia 5:25 Italy 5:55 Australia 6:37 Chile 7:11 SUMMARY - The system of planning school meals in South Korea is one of the best in the world. Lunches are served on special trays. The two biggest sections of the tray are usually for soup and rice. Smaller sections are for salads, seafood, veggies, and fruit. - Japanese school lunches are almost the same as the South Korean ones: hot soup, rice, poultry or fish, salad, and milk. Students are not allowed to bring their food with them until they reach high school. - It's interesting that, though children in Turkey have 1 hour for lunch, cafeterias are rare in this country. So students either go home for lunch (which might be hard to do if you live on the other side of the town!) or take food from home. - Students in Thailand don't eat in the canteen, just like their "colleagues" from Japan. They are usually given soup, pork in sweet and sour sauce, rice, and a pudding wrapped in banana leaves. - Typical lunch served in the west of France looks very healthy. It is fish, spinach, potatoes, cheese, and bread. It is quite big as the French consider lunch the main meal of the day. - Finland takes school lunches very seriously. Every student is offered snacks during the morning and evening classes, as well as lunch. Children eat their lunches in a canteen where they can choose whatever they want from a large variety of dishes. - In Russia, students can have free breakfast from 9 a.m. till 12 p.m. Lunches after 12 p.m. are paid. Children sometimes have lunch at home if they live near the school. If it is a school lunch, it is usually soup, fish or meat with a side dish of rice or buckwheat, and compote. - Hungary is famous for its big portions in restaurants and cafes. Same goes for school lunches. Children have several courses, with, for example, noodle soup, baked beans with chicken, and nuts for dessert. - Israel schools have the policy of a healthy diet. The government banned fatty and sugary things from school lunches. But the thing is that children mostly bring their meals from home. - 60-70% of children in Colombia are given free nutritious lunches. Students of state schools eat one hot meal a day. Their typical meal consists of soup, rice or pasta, salad, meat, and fruit juice. - Before lunch, in the morning, children get snacks (crackers, breadsticks, fresh fruit, or homemade cookies). For lunch they get two courses: a first course is often pasta or rice with seafood or vegetables, a second course - fish, meat, or cheese. - Authorities in Australia fight against children's obesity. That's why products rich in sugar, salt, and fat are forced out of school menu. But you can find their healthier replacements such as sandwiches, sushi, corn and fruit available at any time. - Students in Chile have nice and varied lunches. An example can be a meal with rice, beef roll, French fries, salad, avocado, orange juice, and fruit in the sauce for dessert. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
How do sweet potatoes get from the field to your table? This video explains the incredible and intensive process of producing sweet potatoes. It's an amazing process! Here's your chance to learn the "Sweet Truth" about sweet potato production in Louisiana.
Everyday foods, fruit and veggies used to look totally different before we started cultivating them. But did you know they haven’t always looked like they currently do? Here are 10 fruits and veggies that looked very different before we started cultivating them!
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Be Amazed at these 10 fruits & veggies that looked VERY different before we started cultivating them! Corn - The evolution of corn is a great example of how we can significantly change a vegetable over time. Corn actually comes from a Mexican grass called teosinte. Avocado - The millennial's favorite fruit has gone through quite a lot of change, and its all for the better. In the wild, avocados are very small and can easily fit into the center of your palm, growing to about three inches in diameter. Peach - The peach is another example of our ancestors using selective breeding to create a bigger and tastier version of a fruit. Domesticated by the Chinese around 4, 000 B.C., the original peach was very small and resembled a cherry. Eggplant - The wild variation of the eggplant is completely unrecognizable from the modern version we have today. Eggplants used to come in a variety of shapes, but most of them were round . Strawberry - Often times, as shown in this video, humans molded fruits and vegetables to make them taste better.
Tomato - We have been shaping the tomato to our own taste for thousands of years. The evolution of the tomatoes happened in two stages. Carrot - Wild carrots look nothing like the orange carrots we know today. They were found in Persia around the 10th century and were either white or purple. Cucumber - You probably wouldn’t guess that the wild cucumber is actually related to the modern version of the cucumber we have nowadays. Banana - The wild banana is quite different from the yellow snack that we have today. Originally, they were stocky and hard, filled with large and tough seeds that were spread across the fruit’s interior. Watermelon - Watermelons have actually been around for millennia and they're one of the fruits that have most drastically changed in appearance over the years.