Self Freezing CocaCola The trick that works on any soda!
With this one simple trick, you'll be able to take any bottle of soda, and pour out an instant slushy on command. Now if you don't believe what you're seeing, that's ok, but it is real, and in this project you'll discover the insanely easy secret to making an instant soda slushy. For this project, grab a bottle of room temperature soda, and start shaking it violently. We want as much pressure to build up inside as we can get. Now I've done this with these 500mL bottles, and set them in the freezer for 3 hours and 15 minutes. This is the point when.
They're colder than freezing, but not actually frozen. Now you can show your friends that it's just a normal soda, but watch what happens if we simply release the pressure, tighten the cap, and turn it upside down. In just 3 seconds, the entire bottle has turned to an icy soda slush. Pour it in a glass, and you'll get a good idea of how thick the slush really is, and when it starts pushing up at the top you can see it's a light and fluffy, delicious carbonated ice. Now let's try removing the pressure very slowly. This is going to.
Take a bit of patience, but when you get the cap off, you might notice, your soda didn't freeze. If you pour it into a frosty bowl that just came out of the freezer, it'll ice up right before your eyes. There's one chilled soda ready to be served. You could try keeping your soda liquified by pouring it in a clean bowl, then freezing it by dropping in one flake of ice. These crystals will grow rapidly, until your entire bowl is filled, and now we have another chilled soda, ready for your enjoyment. On a bigger scale, like in a glass,.
You'll notice that the crystals collect at the top. To get them to spread out, just take a spoon, or a straw, and give it a little swirl. You should see the whole drink quickly ices over. Now, if you're wondering why this works, it's because the liquid is supercooled and actually wants to freeze. It just needs some help getting started. Now this works with every soda, and sports drink that I've tried because it's the water in the drink that's actually freezing. As the ice forms, the syrup gets trapped between the ice crystals, so.
The slush keeps its flavor. If you try this yourself, keep in mind that every freezer is a little different, so just play around with the time it takes to get your best results. I tried supercooling canned soda and found that they work as well, but you have to release the pressure very very slowly or they'll ice up in the can. When you do get them open, you'll see the trick works exactly the same as the others. Well now you know how to superchill, your favorite soft drink, and master the art of the 3 second slushy. If you like this project,.
How to grow raspberries with Thompson and Morgan. Part 1 Planting and Caring for your raspberries.
Picking your own home grown raspberries is a real treat in summer. You'll often see two different types being sold autumnfruiting varieties and summerfruiting ones. As the name suggests, autumnfruiting varieties crop later in the season. This is because they fruit on new shoots that are sent up in spring. These first year shoots are called primocanes. In contrast many of the summerfruiting varieties produce their crop on the previous year's shoots. These shoots are called floricanes. You can tell the difference because they're much woodier and less flexible than the primocanes.
It sounds complicated but it doesn't need to be as long as you know which type you're growing. Whichever type you choose you'll still need to plant them in the same way. Back in March I planted these autumnfruiting raspberries called 'Polka'. Raspberries are usually supplied as dormant bareroot plants and provided that the soil isn't frozen or waterlogged they can be planted at any time from November to March. Raspberry canes are best planted in a sunny spot on fertile welldrained soil. Before planting it's a good idea to dig in some.
Organic matter such as compost or wellrotted manure. Dig a trench or individual holes and plant them at a distance of 4060cm apart. Once planted cut the canes down to 25cm from the ground. This will encourage lots of basal shoots to be produced. By midMay the raspberry canes are sending up new shoots. These will grow to a height of around one and a half metres and give us fruit this autumn. By early August the canes are flowering, the bees are pollinating and the berries have already formed. So by the end of the month and through into the autumn.
We'll be able to pick some delicious homegrown fruit. Like all autumnfruiting varieties 'Polka' is sturdy enough that it can easily support itself. However the trees behind me are causing some shading and making the stems lean towards the sun so I've put in some supports to keep the stems growing upwards. If you're growing a summerfruiting floricane variety then you'll definitely need to put in supports. Put in a sturdy post at each end of the row that stand about one and a half metres above ground level. Fix 3 wires horizontally between the posts.
Spaced at around 50cm apart. The canes can then be tied to the wires using soft twine. Raspberries have fairly shallow roots so it's important to keep them wellwatered, particularly during the summer months. You can also help to retain moisture in the soil by spreading a thick mulch of well rotted manure or compost around the base of the plants while the ground is still moist in spring. Keep an eye out for suckers that are more than 20cm away from the base of the plants. These can be dug up or pulled out.
Growing Hydrangeas At Home With P. Allen Smith
I just love this time of year. It's when the Hydrangeas begin to bloom. I've kind of become a Hydrangeacrazed fool in a way. I have all different kinds. Everywhere I can find a shady spot that they'll thrive in, I stick a Hydrangea in there. For instance, just look at these two basic types. This is called a Mophead or the big rounded head, Macrophylla Hydrangea. And then this one up here, you can see, is one called a Lacecap. So what we have here is two entirely different flower forms, but they require the same conditions. They like.
A little bit of sun. I would say partial shade, or you could give them even some morning sun up until about 11 o'clock. And as their name implies, Hydrangea, they like moist soil. Consistently moist soil, not soggy wet feet, not boggy ground, but just consistently moist soil. And yes it is true you can change the color by changing the pH or the chemistry of the soil. If you want them to be pink like this, what you want is a soil that is much more alkaline, meaning that you would want to apply a lot of lime, hydrated lime around.
Them. If you want them to be blue, well, you can add something the acidifies the soil like aluminum sulfate. Now don't think you can just throw a little around there and it'll change automatically. It'll take a full season for these plants to uptake those chemicals, which have a bearing on the color of the bloom. Something I learned a long time ago whether you're cutting Lacecaps or you're cutting these Mophead types, you wanna do two things You want to cut the Hydrangea bloom in the early morning, okay Secondly, what you wanna.
Do is you wanna cut a more mature bloom. You can see, they're coming on in waves of blooms. Here's one that's just forming here. Here's one that's a little more mature here. You see, here's one that's coming along. Here's one next. But this one looks like a much older bloom, and this one's even older than that there. So the more mature the bloom the better it's gonna hold up. Because what will happen is you'll get, what I call, Hydrangea collapse with the bloom. You'll cut them, they'll look fine, you'll put them in a vase of water,.
How to Grind Whole Grains in a Vitamix 5200 Blender by Raw Blend
Hi, it's Tommy from Raw Blend. The whiter the bread, the quicker your dead Bread and flour that you buy from your local supermarket is packed with dangerous levels of sugars and salts If you want to grind grains in your Vitamix machine, then you need one of these a dry container It comes with a different blade a dry blade specifically for grinding grain into flour and kneading dough So today, I'm going to show you how easy it is to grind grain in your Vitamix Here on the bench I have four machines.
I have some corn, I have some rice I have some coffee beans and I have some chia seeds I'm going to get all these machines up on the high speed for about one minute Away we go Alright we're done How quick and easy was that Over here, we have some lovely, fresh cornflower Look at that, beautiful and fresh Look how fine that is. Some nice rice flower This is perfect for all of your baked goods. Over here is some fresh coffee this is going to make the most amazing cup of coffee ever tasted.
How to grow Chilli Peppers tutorial with Thompson Morgan
Chillies are surprisingly easy to grow and with so many varieties available there's one to suit everybody's taste buds. Now here in the UK we can't guarantee a long hot summer so it's best to start off your chilli peppers indoors as early as possible. January or February is ideal because it gives the peppers plenty of time to ripen before the end of summer. Sow your chilli seeds in seed trays or small pots of moist free draining seed compost and then cover them with a fine sprinkling of compost or vermiculite.
Today I'm sowing 'Naga Jolokia' which are one of the world's hottest chilli peppers. You need to water your seeds lightly after sowing to provide sufficient moisture for them to germinate, and don't forget to label them. Chillies need a temperature of 18 to 25 degrees Celsius to germinate so it's a good idea to invest in a heated propagator, but if you don't have a propagator then just seal the pot inside a ziplock bag it helps to keep the seeds warm and moist. Chilli seeds normally take 7 to 10 days to germinate.
But it depends on the variety and some of them can take up to a month. You'll need to keep an eye on the compost to make sure that it stays constantly moist but never too wet because that could cause the seeds to rot. These chillies were sown a couple of weeks ago and they're now a few millimetres high so they can be moved to slightly cooler conditions to prevent their growth becoming soft and spindly. Somewhere warm and bright like a sunny windowsill or a heated greenhouse is ideal.
After a few weeks they should be large enough to handle and you can prick them out into individual pots. Hold each seedling by its leaves and gently tease it out of the compost using a dibber or the tip of a pencil. Try to avoid handling the stem of the seedling as this can easily be bruised and damaged. Transplant each seedling into its own pot and gently firm the compost around the roots before watering them to settle the soil. The seedlings will need to grow on in a bright greenhouse.
Or a warm sunny windowsill for a bit longer. These plants are about three months old and they're starting to put on some really good growth. When you start to see fine white roots emerging through the drainage holes in the bottom of the pots then you know that they're rooted in properly and they're ready to be transplanted again. If you want to continue growing your chillies in the greenhouse then transplant them into 2 litre containers or grow bags. If you don't have a greenhouse then wait until all risk of frost has passed.
And you can plant them in a sheltered sunny spot outdoors either in containers or moist fertile soil. You need to acclimatise them to outdoor conditions for a few days beforehand. Just pop them outside during the day and bring them back indoors at night. Throughout the summer you'll need to keep them well watered and feed them regularly with a high potash tomato fertiliser. It's best to keep them a little on the dry side because stressing them very slightly helps to produce hotter peppers. You won't need to sideshoot your chilli plants as you would for tomatoes.
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