How to make a Penny Stove Soda Can Alcohol Stove, survival, ultra lite, backpacker ultra light DIY

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This is Brother Mo today my daughter is gonna take you through building an alcohol stove as a class project in her Wildlife Resources class So stick around and she takes you through the steps The first thing she does is take her razor blade and secure it to the top of a box or […]

Margaret River Wine Region Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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The Margaret River region juts out from the south-west coast of Australia, into the waters where the Indian and Southern Oceans meet. Mother Nature was in very fine form the day she put this place together. The Margaret River Region, or Margs as locals like to call it, is place of abundance. It’s a playground, […]

Wine Types & Selection Tips : Types of Red Wine

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And now I’m going to talk about the different types of red wines. From my perspective, red wines fall into two categories, New World red wines and Old World red wines. New World red wines have, in main, go by varietal. Varietal means one grape variety within the bottle. So here we’ve got a hundred […]

No proof that sugar-free soft drinks are healthier, argues review,

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No proof that sugar-free soft drinks are healthier, argues review, “Soft drinks made with artificial sweeteners, such as diet colas, do not help people lose weight and may be as big a part of the obesity problem as the full-sugar versions,” The Guardian reports. While the headline may sound definitive, this was the conclusion of […]

How to Decant a Bottle Of Wine

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How to Decant a Bottle Of Wine. Why do wine lovers pour wine from one container (the bottle) into another container (the decanter) into yet another container (your glass)? Basically, it helps remove sediment and allows the wine to breathe. And it makes for a great show. You will need A bottle of wine (usually […]

The ABC’s of wine tasting

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The Worst Parts of Childbirth • Wine Mom

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(happy Italian folk music) – Hi, I’m Hannah. Your friendly neighborhood wine mom and if you’re anything like me, you believe that a glass of wine at eight p.m. makes you a better mom. So, pour yourself a glass and let’s talk. Tonight we’re drinking red wine. This is what I like to call grown-up […]

Terroir and Tasting Cyprus Wine at Vassiliades Ekfraseis Winery

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So, I have just had the most fascinating visit with a wine maker who is really a romantic figure, a rebel, a poet. I have just been talking to Christos Vassiliades of Vassiliades Ekfraseis Winery. The man has a vision. He believes in his terroir, and with good reason. He has some of the highest […]

What Actually Happens When You Get Drunk? ft. Hannah Hart

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Hey there and welcome to Life Noggin. Science is awesome. We know this. It can help explain what’s going on when you come across new things in life. One of these new things you might encounter is having a drink of an adult beverage. It can make you feel different than you have before, and […]

6 Early Warning Signs Of Liver Damage

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[Applause] [Music] six warning signs that a liver is suffering because of an unhealthy lifestyle yellow skin or eyes jaundice Kamil Joaquim Fleming a liver disease expert at the Cleveland Clinic explains that damaged liver causes your skin or eyes to become yellow because it allows bilirubin a yellow compound into your blood if your […]