Homemade yoghurt video

Homemade Yoghurt Video!

Gavin Wren Basic Ingredients, Food Techniques, Recipes, The World of Food, YouTube Food Videos

How to make Yoghurt. Last year I created an information packed blog post about how to make yoghurt at home, where I tested a few different techniques that I had read about online to see which one was best. It turned out that they were mostly awful for an Englishman living in London in the cold, early spring, I guess that yoghurt making is easier in warmer climates. One method did shine out as being fool-proof and failsafe when confronted by English weather and central heating, which lead to me using it every single week to make yoghurt for quite some time. I was so excited by this discovery that I got everything together to create a homemade yoghurt video recipe. Money spinner. I was eating a lot of goat yoghurt around then, and goat yoghurt is over three times the price of goat milk. I’m not a huge…
we sell followers how to use crowdfire

How to Use Crowdfire and be Authentic

Gavin Wren Food Blogging, The World of Food

The best way to use Crowdfire? Want to know the best way to use Crowdfire? Want the most efficient way to maximise your social networks? I’ll tell you the secrets behind it and how implementing it will effect your social media and your blog’s readership. In this post I’ll lay bare everything I’ve learned about using Crowdfire to build followers. It starts with one important thing to remember. One major rule to follow. Don’t use Crowdfire. Or, for that matter, don’t use any other tools that allow you to indiscriminately bulk follow or unfollow people. That’s the best way to use it in my opinion. Just don’t. Why not? I NEED followers! Because it utterly undermines the context of social media, which is supposed to be social. Using an automated tool to bulk follow, message or contact lots of people is not social, it’s precisely the opposite, flying in the…
rye croutons with garlic and mustard

Rye Croutons with Garlic and Mustard – Video Recipe

Gavin Wren Basic Ingredients, Recipes, Soup, The World of Food, Vegetarian, YouTube Food Videos

Add Some crunch to your lunch Croutons are those crunchy, munchy accoutrements of soup which I have to say, rarely get much sway from me. They seemed like an unnecessary adornment to my soup, because I’m often going to get a large doorstep of toasted bread to suck the liquid life out of my soup and transfer it into my mouth, or I just want to eat/drink/slurp the soup, so adding some small bits of bread seems unnecessary. After all, surely croutons are just small, fiddly bits of dipping bread which disappear into your soup, to be lost forever. If you transferred the concept of croutons into another aspect of food and drink, the nearest comparison I can think of is dunking rich tea biscuits into a mug of tea. Now I’m not a ‘two sugars love’ kind of guy, generally eschewing a good ol’ cuppa whenever it’s proposed in…