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The Lunch Feeder, a Rube Goldberg machine for the office

When Joseph Herscher has a lot of work to do at his desk, he still makes sure he eats a healthy lunch: Brussels sprouts, a hot dog with ketchup, asparagus, and some tomato soup. It's a good thing he has the help of an...

How to carve a Halloween Turnip

Long before it became popular to carve pumpkins at Halloween, carving turnips, a root vegetable, was traditional in some cultures. This English Heritage video tells the tradition's origin story and demonstrates how yo...

Bottle Cap Apple Pie – The Tiny Chef Show

How might a tiny chef make an apple pie? Perhaps a bottle cap can be of some use. In this delightful stop-motion animation by Rachel Larsen, Adam Reid, and Ozi Oshiro, The Tiny Chef bakes his famous Bottle Cap Apple P...

Stilt fishing in Sri Lanka

Anura Wijewikrama fishes two hours each morning and two hours each evening. And like his grandfather and father before him, he does so on handmade stilts driven into the sand. He is one of the few still carrying on th...

Four levels of chocolate chip cookies: From amateur to food scientist

Learn a few professional tips of what to do (and maybe what not to do) when baking this classic: Chocolate chip cookies. Amateur baker Alina, home cook Lorenzo, and Penny, a professional chef, demonstrate how they mak...

Geothermal energy in Iceland

Iceland is a geothermal energy pioneer. Their unique geology, thanks to volcanism along a rift in the Eurasian tectonic plate and North American tectonic plate, provides a sustainable advantage: Heat from the ground. ...

Using seawater and sunlight to grow sustainable food in the desert

Australia's Sundrop Farms uses sunlight to desalinate seawater. The resulting fresh water is used and re-used to power and irrigate four hydroponic greenhouses with 175,000 tomato plants in each. Those sustainable yea...

Soil Life in Action: Bioturbation with and without soil fauna

Bioturbation is the mixing of (plant) residues into soils and sediments by biotic activity. It is one of the fundamental processes in ecology, as it stimulates decomposition, creates habitats for other (micro)fauna an...

Why Do Supermarket Eggs Look Perfect?

When chickens lay eggs at a farm, their eggs get examined, tested, graded, and approved before they're packaged up for us to buy at the supermarket. Is that why they look so perfect? In this clip from Jimmy's Food...

A female blue orchard bee builds her ‘bee-jeweled’ nest

A new type of bee is buzzing through California's orchards. And researchers are hoping that the iridescent, greenish insect may help provide a more efficient way to pollinate nuts and fruits in an era when traditional...

How To Be A Better Baker with Kiano Moju

With practice and some creative customization to reflect the kinds of flavors you like, you can make a new and exciting dish for your friends and family. In How To Be a Better Baker from Tasty, video producer and culi...

The communal support within Crested Black Macaque monkey troops

Crested Black Macaques endure torrential rains on the northern end of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. It's the only forest on Earth where they can be found. BBC Earth visits this Lands of the Monsoon locale to obse...

Creme That Egg, a Pitagora Suichi-inspired chain reaction machine

In 2008, Joseph Herscher of Joseph's Machines launched his YouTube channel with a Pitagora Suichi-inspired chain reaction marble run of sorts that spanned his apartment. The video was called Creme That Egg. And it doe...

How does Salty Seattle make rainbow pasta without artificial flavors?

A rainbow of pasta for dinner. Linda Nicholson, aka Salty Seattle, creates a variety of brightly colored pasta dishes without any artificial flavors, as demonstrated in this Tasty video. The colors are made from t...

The secrets of citrus micro-jets, captured in high speed

Peel an orange or a lime and then bend a section of fruit until the liquids squirt from the skin at 30 feet per second. At what point did the skin give way? Where did the micro-jets shoot? Why did the skin of citrus f...

How to Eliminate Single-Use Plastics on Vacation

In the end, I avoided 79 pieces of single-use plastic and only used two on this weeklong trip. This experience reminded me that you don't have to be perfect. Even if you mess up along the way, doing something makes a ...

Making strawberry hard candy drops on a restored machine from Alaska, circa 1890

This machine belongs to and has been returned to the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Museum in Skagway Alaska, and to this day there aren't many good roads into it... Imagine how hard it would have been to get th...

The magic formula for Milk Bar’s strawberry-lemon cake truffles

How does the team at the award-winning bakery Milk Bar make their delicious cake truffles? Milk Bar founder Christina Tosi demonstrates how you can make them at home with her strawberry-lemon cake truffles recipe. And...

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