Sergei Boutenko - Wild Edible Stinging Nettles From . Sergei reveals the ancient secrets of stinging nettles, where and how to pick them and how to eat them. Filmed during Sergei and Valya Boutenko's visit Amsterdam, The Netherlands in September 2008. More information on wild edible greens on Sergei's website
How to make edible Teddy Cake Toppers, by Astral de la Mare of the Buttercream Bakery Cupcake queen and owner of Buttercream Bakery, Astral de la Mare, gives simple and straight forward instructions on how to make gorgeous teddy toppers. Edible and adorable! Astral, bespoke cake decorator to the stars,writes a blog theartofbeingperfect.blogspot,com with her recipes and video links as well as a growing catalogue of her beautiful designs. Delivery is countrywide though the bakery is based in Brighton. Video is made by Goddamn Media, dir. Pasha du Valentine Asst. Crysi de Milo
Survival Gardening Tips: Planting an Edible Food Garden at Home John from shares his tips on how you can be prepared just in case... He encourages everyone to start a survival garden to survive. Learn what to grow and more in this gardening video.
Doctors Transform Lawn into Edible Garden to Reverse the Diabetes Epidemic John from goes on a field trip to a Doctor's Office to discover they are removing 4000 square feet of Lawn and Transforming it into an Edible Garden to help teach their patients that prevention is the key to reverse many chronic diseases of today, including obesity, diabetes (type 2), hypertension, heart disease among others. In this video you will learn this family practices solution to the health care crisis in America: Plant an Edible Garden and Teach kids (and adults) to eat from the garden instead of the processed foods at the supermarket. This project was spawned by the 350 Home and Garden Challenge that took place May 12 and 13.
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Have a Lawn and Eat Too - The Edible Backyard Barrel Garden John from goes on a field trip to a viewers house to share with you a backyard edible container garden over the ornamental lawn. In this video you will learn how easy it is to grow an edible gardening using plastic barrels that are cut lengthwise to form miniature raised beds that feeds this family in South Florida.
Suburban Homesteading Edible Victory Garden Edible Estate on 1/10th of an Acre John shares with you his suburban homestead where he is growing the majority of his food. Remove your lawn and grow food. Start your victory garden today! See what he has done with only 1/10th of an acre of land.
How to Create a Beautiful Edible Landscape - Tim Robson On Gardening Australia My kids and I show the Gardening Australia TV team around our organic backyard full of fruit vegetable and chickens
Edible Weeds Why apply chemicals to remove your weeds, when you can harvest them to eat! We wander through a backyard to assemble a salad with a plant expert
Edible Garden - Peas & Beans Episode 1 of 6 Alys Fowler attempts to avoid shop-bought fruit and vegetables and live off her own home-grown produce. It's no easy task because Alys doesn't want to turn her garden into an allotment, so she's growing her fruit and vegetables among her flowers. Alys will focus on different foods and show how anyone can grow, cook and eat from their own garden - even if they live in a city. Peas and beans are prolific vegetables but they also look beautiful in the borders. Alys makes delicious broad bean falafels and pea shoot ***tails, and forages for willow to make plant supports. And she has two new additions to the family - her chickens!
Amazing Urban Permaculture Food Forest Garden with Edible Exploding Impatiens John from goes on a field trip outside Portland, Oregon to visit one amazing Urban Permaculture Food Forest Garden. In this episode, John will share just some of the techniques and unique edible plants that are being grown in this permaculture garden. You will learn about the edible Impatiens balfourii... aka Poor Man's Orchid which explode when you touch them and so much more
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Edible Chocolate Bowls Recipe Why make an edible chocolate bowl? Because they are so easy and really adds a fun, elegant touch to simple desserts. Not to mention it's a freakin bowl...and you can eat it...what person in their right mind WOULDN'T want to eat a chocolate bowl???? GET RECIPE: Purchase my blog cookbook (Volume 1) with over 100 tried & true recipes! Follow & Chat with me on Twitter & Facebook: Music by Kevin MacLeod
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WIld Edibles with Sergei Boutenko (part 1 of 4) For more info on foraging download my wild edible iPhone app: No iPhone? No problem! Use the web app version for free: (works on android phones) If you want even more 411 on wild edibles visit my website: Make sure to subscribe to this channel for new vids each week! http For additional resources on healthy living visit: http My older brother invented the first electric sports plane. Check it out here More cool iPhone apps by the Boutenkos Green Smoothie Apps: Fruit Pick: And last but not least, make sure to follow me on twitter and facebook, it's hip these days!
Pam Warhurst: How we can eat our landscapes What should a community do with its unused land? Plant food, of course. With energy and humor, Pam Warhurst tells at the TEDSalon the story of how she and a growing team of volunteers came together to turn plots of unused land into communal vegetable gardens, and to change the narrative of food in their community.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, global issues, the arts and more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages at Follow TED on Twitter: Like TED on Facebook: If you have questions or comments about this or other TED videos, please go to
Rare Cold Hardy Palms that Produce Edible Mini Coconut Fruits John from goes on a field trip to learn more about 3 cold hardy palms that produce edible fruit. These palms may be tolerate down to 15 degrees. In this video, you will learn about the Jelly Palm (Butia capitata), the Chilean Wine Palm (Jubaea chilensis) that produces marble-sized Mini Coconuts and the Quito Coconut (Parajubaea cocoides) that produces egg-sized mini coconuts.
Garden Girl TV: Lawns to Edible Landscapes Patti, the Garden Girl, encourages you to get rid of your lawn for a edible landscape. Check out SUBSCRIBE TO MY FREE MAGAZINE
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American McGee's Alice music- I'm Not Edible Music ripped from my copy of the game. Now there aren't anymore of those stupid voices like in the OST cd xD
Vegetable Gardening: Growing Edible Ginger - How to grow ginger How to grow edible ginger at home. Growing ginger is easy. Phil Dudman, garden guru from down under shows you how to grow ginger. Phil's grow mix
Edible Fruit Bouquets and Arrangements. With or without chocolate. - An edible bouquet or arrangement of fresh fruit, made to order and arranged and presented like a bouquet of flowers but in a basket. Or , chocolate dipped strawberries and chocolate covered strawberries or apple presented as a boxed gift. Edible Bouquets, bouquets, arrangements - Fresh fruit with or without chocolate. Strawberries, pineapple, oranges, honeydew melon, grapes, apples, cantaloupe. A unique gift for her and for him. Hade made fresh fruit baskets and boxed presentations for any occasion, wedding or corporate event. http
Nigella Lawson - Edible Christmas Tree Decoration Nigella Lawson - Edible Christmas Tree Decoration Author and self-proclaimed domestic goddess Nigella Lawson shows the TODAY hosts how to make beautiful and edible Christmas decorations for your home. 091203 Edible Christmas Tree Decoration Nigella Lawson Makes approx. 35-40 I couldnt have Christmas without these, or at least, not happily. Rituals are essential to give us meaning, a sense of ceremony, and making these peppery gingerbready edible decorations is how I have always marked with my children that Christmas had begun. INGREDIENTS For the cookies 2 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for dusting Pinch of salt 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 1-2 teaspoons freshly ground black pepper 1 stick (8 tablespoons) soft butter 1/2 cup packed dark brown sugar 2 large eggs, beaten with 1/4 cup runny honey For the icing and trimming 2 cups confectioners sugar 2 tablespoons meringue powder Edible gold or silver sprinkles Florists ribbon for hanging DIRECTIONS Combine the flour, salt, baking powder, cinnamon, cloves and pepper in a food processor and, with the motor on, add the butter and sugar, then, slowly, the beaten eggs and honey, through the feed tube, though dont use all of this liquid if the pastry has come together before its used up. Form two fat discs and put one, covered in plastic wrap or in a resealable bag, in the refrigerator while you get started on the other. Preheat the oven to 350 F and line 2 cookie sheets with ...
Dandelions : Edible and Medicinal Uses How to prepare wild dandelions for food or medicinal purposes.
Incredible Edible Public Park Helps to Feed 200000 People Every Month John from goes on a field trip to the Incredible Edible park in Irvine, California to share with you this public park that was formerly 7.5 acres of weeds. After watching this episode you will learn more about how John believes that every park in the US should have an edible garden to feed those in need and educate people to take care of their own needs.
River Cottage | Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall | Incredible Edible Todmorden Hugh meets the amazing Pam and Mary as they literally take over their town River Cottage | Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall | Incredible Edible Todmorden
How to make edible Arrangement fruit bouquet Here is a tutorial on how to make an edible arrangement with strawberries dip into chocolate and how to make flowers with fruits. It's a very easy technique, that anyone can do. This edible piece is perfect for a wedding reception idea or a wedding dessert idea. Also, a perfect valentine idea desserts. Enjoy!
Edible wild plants Part 1 of 10 Edible plant list: Acacia greggii Cat claw Acacia Agastache urticifolia giant hyssop Agave deserti Agave Agropyron repens quack grass Alisma water plantain. Allium wild onions Amaranthus Amarathn Amelanchier alnifolia service berries Arbutus menziesii Madrone Arctostaphylos Manzanita Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Kinnikinnik Artemisia tridentata big basin sagebrush Asarum sp wild ginger Asclepias speciosa showy milkweed Avena fatua barbata wild oats Balsamorhiza sagittata Balsam Root Barbarea Winter cress Beckmannia syzigachne Slough grass Brassica nigra Black Mustard
FullyRaw Edible Christmas Trees! Put on your tacky Christmas sweater, and lets have holiday fun making FullyRaw Edible Christmas Trees! Forget making unhealthy and fattening gingerbread houses! Bring this dish to the table that everyone will love! Share this recipe and spread the cheer of vibrant health this Holiday! Hugs! youtu.be If you believe in Santa, LIKE this video! ;) Please subscribe to FullyRawKristina for more fun tips, tricks, and recipes on how to go FullyRaw! /fullyrawkristina Ingredients for Recipe: Strawberries Kiwis Raspberries Blackberries Cherries Cucumbers Rainbow Bell Peppers Grapes Cherry Tomatoes One Pineapple One Pear Directions as Shown from the Video: Cut your pineapple, and make it into a cone-shape. Slice both the ends off your pear, and stick it on top of the pineapple with toothpicks. Begin with the strawberries, and start placing the fruit into the base with the toothpicks. Work your way up the "tree" with your fruits! Slice out a pineapple star for the top, and place it at the top of your tree! Voila! You have a FullyRaw Edible Christmas Tree! Eat Up and Enjoy! Hugs! Please stay tuned for my next video on FullyRaw Tips to Stay Warm in Winter! Want to be inspired daily to be FullyRaw? Keep up with Kristina here: Co-op: FullyRaw FullyRaw You Tube Rawfully Organic YouTube: Kristina's Personal Facebook Page: Kristina's Bio: Kristina's Blog: www.rawfullyorganic ...
Edible Patio Garden with Fruit Trees and Edible Shrubs in South Florida John from goes on a field trip to a friends place in South Florida to learn more about what is growing at his friends condo. John believes even if you live in a small space such as an apartment or condo you can grow some of your own food. In this episode you will learn about some tropical fruit trees and edible shrubs that are useful to grow in South Florida.
"Permaculture Trio" -- Forest Gardening, Edible Landscapes & Urban Permaculture This video consists of three mini-documentaries: 1. (0:12) FOREST GARDENING with Robert Hart Find out loads about what forest gardening is, and how to make your own! 2. (15:55) PLANTS FOR A FUTURE with Ken Fern Second is an amazing case study about Rural Permaculture in Britain, showcasing loads of amazing edible plants, aquaculture and flowers, as well as fantastic medicinal plants. Look out for a cure for female infertility that's dropped in here! 3. (32:08) URBAN PERMACULTURE with Mike & Julia Guerra This is a brilliant and inspiring documentary of permaculture techniques used effectively in an urban back garden. WIth little more than 2 hours of work a week, this couple produce about a fifth of their food intake!
Cake Decoration - Sugarcraft Teddy Bear (icing, edible) How to make a cute sugarcraft Teddy Bear using a stitching tool, mouth tool, and edible glue. With different colored icing. Demonstration by Barbara Wilson of BarbraEllen cakes. Equipment from Sugarcraft Emporium of Bromsgrove, UK.
Edible Balloon Alinea chefs defy gravity.
Gameshow Outtakes - Edible Answers TVs dumbest food related gameshow answers.
EatTheWeeds: Episode 02: "ITEMIZING" edible wild plants Second in a series with Green Deane covering a general approach to foraging, how to find a local teacher, wild food, and five quick guidelines.
Future of meat: edible bugs as cheap, low waste, homegrown protein Monica Martinez thinks Americans are ready to embrace entomophagy (bug-eating) and she's launched an edible bug food cart to prove her point. On her first day of business for Don Bugito (at the San Francisco Street Food Festival), she had a steady flow of customers ordering her wax moth larvae tacos and mealworm ice cream. Martinez, originally from Mexico, didn't grow up eating insects, but for Don Bugito she is drawing from her country's prehispanic food culture for inspiration. And worldwide, our ancestors probably relied on insects for food, and today, 80% of the world's nations still count them as a protein source. Why eat bugs? One customer even questioned the question, "Is it weirder than eating a cow?". Given the expense involved in raising a cow (both the resources required to feed and house it, as well as the hormones and antibiotics used in conventional farming), it would seem that bugs (with the best feed-to-meat conversion ratio of any other edible creature) have an advantage over more traditional sources of protein. High in protein, low in saturated fats, packed with vitamins and minerals, edible bugs could become the next superfood. Insect farming is also one of the easiest ways- particularly for urbanites and/or those worried about food safety- to actively get in touch with your protein. Bugs require very little space to live and not a lot of care. Martinez, who is also an artist dedicated to micro architectural structures (ie small farms), created a home ...
Grow Vertically Indoors All Year and Edible Flowers at the Mother Earth News Fair John from visits the Mother Earth News Fair in Seven Springs, PA to share with you some vendors that allow you to better grow more food at home. In this episode John will share: 1. Garden Hose Filter that removes chlorine and other contaminants 2. Solawrap sheeting and Greenhouse Dome that withstands 100 MPH winds 3. GardenSo*** Easy to Use Raised Bed Gardening System 4. Grow Vertically Indoors Year Round with Daylight Designs systems 5. Botanical Interests Edible Flowers and Vegetables to plant for the Winter. 6. Southern Exposure Seed Exchange - Sampling Station - Edible Sorghum 7. Companion Plants that offers exotic and rare edibles and medicinals plants and will ship to you.
Sugarveil Edible Lace & Confectioners' Mat Create delicate edible lace effortlessly with the SugarVeil Confectioner's Mat and SugarVeil flexible icing. Learn more at
Edible insects with Heston Blumenthal Heston Blumenthal looks into edible insects to try and make a centre piece for his Victorian feast.
Alice (soundtrack) - I'm Not Edible Earn $5 today. It actually works :) Support the Oculus Rift by joining our non-affiliated forum! Thank You! American McGee's Alice by Chris Vrenna.
Sugar Lace, Ribbons, and Edible Crochet New and unusual techniques using the new SugarVeil Confectioners' Mats.
Digging Edible Roots - Ray Mears World of Survival - BBC Ray Mears joins a family to feast on edible roots in Africa