Tropical Permaculture Fruit Forest Feeds Off Grid Family

Alright! This is John Kohler of Today we have another exciting episode for you, and this is super special, exciting episode for you guys because I’ve been waiting literally for years to do this episode at my friend’s place. And this trip to Maui I’m actually doing it for you guys, this is definitely […]

Glass or Perspex In Greenhouse? I Foodie Gardening Y1E48

Hi guys. Welcome to another episode of Foodie Gardening. I’m back down at the allotment, it is the first time I’ve been down here since last week and we’ve lost more glass out of the greenhouse. I think now because the wind is probably getting through the gaps that broke last week. That’s like creating […]

Sugar cane juice 世界遺産で飲むサトウキビ:Gourmet Report グルメレポート

Puddle How do you like it here? Nakijin Castle is fantastic Scenic Placement is good You will squeeze this Two I will do One more thing Second You were good to be able to experience Pleas Thank you You should buy this Sweet Good? Yeah This is water I add 10 times the water Hot […]

Selling Sugar Cane At Loc Binh – Lang Son | Vietnam Village

This is Loc Binh District – Lang Son Province I am at the market to see how they sell sugarcane to everyone Life is simply growing sugarcane and selling sugarcane to feed their families. 0.4 usd They have to cut each piece of sugarcane like that everyone likes to eat sugarcane, it’s very good, it’s […]

Farmhouse Kitchen, OVO Tavern & Eatery, Anatolian Kitchen: Check, Please! Bay Area reviews

Announcer:  A KQED television production. ♪♪ ♪♪ Sbrocco: Another umami bomb! Woman: [ Chuckles ] Umami bomb! ♪♪ Sbrocco: Hi. I’m Leslie Sbrocco. Welcome to “Check, Please! Bay Area,” the show where regular Bay Area residents review and talk about their favorite restaurants. Now, we have three guests, and each one recommends one of their […]

Desert Food Forest Chop-and-Drop

[Narrator] We need to have a good look at this canopy, because it’s going to change. What we’re going to do with the cooler weather, and a tiny bit of rain last night, we’ve had some good rain already. We’re going to start cutting these trees here. This is Leucaena, there’s a bee actually, feeding […]

Debunking the paleo diet | Christina Warinner | TEDxOU

Translator: Kelly Burt Reviewer: Laura Díaz Aguirre Thank you, it’s a pleasure to be here. I’m an archaeological scientist and I study the health and dietary histories of ancient peoples using bone biochemistry and ancient DNA. I’m here because I want to talk to you about the Paleo Diet. It’s one of America’s fastest growing […]

How to Grow a Food Forest & Market Garden for Free and Cheap

Alright this is is John Kohler with, today we have another exciting episode here in Punta Gorda Florida which is Southwest Florida. Actually having an amazing day; the weather is really nice here in December time and the reason for this episode today is to show you guys a farm that I’m visiting. It’s […]

Farmhouse visits Kim Darmody from Tathra Homestead

Outside the small South Australian country town Kapunda you find a remarkable 66 acres of Tathra homestead run by the Darmody family remarkable not only for its stunning location but for the unique olive oil it produces. Kim how is Australian olive oil different to imported olive oil. Most Australian olive oil is extra virgin […]


Welcome to Bachelor’s Cooking Today we are going to teach you how to cook “Sugarcane Daliya or Lapsi Do must not use sugar in this as well as jaggery We will prepare the sweet one but for that we have this sugarcane juice I have fresh juice with me, this has to be used What […]