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How To Make Corn Flour {Video Inside}

Corn flour is a very useful store cupboard staple. It can be used for a variety of recipes, from sweet to savory, and is generally used for thickening sauces, gravies and custards. If you’ve ever wondered how to make corn flour, you’re in the right place! Instead of buying it, let’s have a look at … Read more

Are Raw Bamboo Shoots Poisonous

How To Cook Bamboo Shoots?

Bamboo shoots are a common element found in many Chinese recipes. You can find them tinned, bottled, or frozen, but for the authentic taste and crunch, you may prefer to prepare them for yourself. To do this, you’ll need to know how to cook bamboo shoots properly at home, as we will explain in this … Read more

Instruction for Making a Bamboo Wind Chime

How To Make A Bamboo Wind Chime?

It can be relaxing to listen to the gentle tinkling sounds of a bamboo wind chime blowing softly in the breeze. Buying such a wind chime can set you back a hefty number of hard-earned dollars. But, if you have a few basic DIY skills, there’s no reason why you can’t make one, or even … Read more

Caring for your Bamboo Flute

How To Make A Bamboo Flute?

The joy of making an instrument makes the playing of it all the more satisfying. If you have reasonable DIY skills, time, and patience, then a project such as making a bamboo flute can be a real pleasure. It is a beautiful instrument to play if you have some experience. In this article, we will … Read more

Do Bamboo Bee Houses Work

How To Make A Bee House With Bamboo?

Although honey bees and bumblebees are probably the most well-known, did you know other species of solitary bee are even better pollinators? With the current global decline in bee populations, it is becoming ever more critical to protect them. One way of achieving this is by making a bee house or bee hotel that can … Read more

What Products Can Be Made From Bamboo

What Can Bamboo Be Used For?

Bamboo often gets bad press for being an aggressive garden plant that’s hard to control. Love it or loathe it, chances are you don’t think a whole lot about it! Let me assure you that there’s a lot more to bamboo than just panda food. So what can bamboo be used for? This incredibly fast-growing … Read more

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What Animals Eat Barley?

If you want to know what animals eat barley, the answer is all kinds, particularly farm animals. Often it is combined with other ingredients to form just a small part of their daily ration. It has become popular to use sprouted barley to feed cattle, especially during droughts or harsh winters. Barley is a versatile … Read more

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How Does Barley Straw Clean A Pond?

Keeping the water in your pond clear and sparkling can be a real challenge in the summer months. After a few good days of sunshine, the algae will start to bloom, and before very long, your once crystal water is a green soup. But it doesn’t have to be, there is a way to help … Read more

How to Roast Barley for Tea

How To Make Roasted Barley Tea?

Roasted Barley Tea is a popular drink throughout Asia. In Korea, it is called Boricha, while in Japan, it is known as Mugicha. It can be drunk either hot or cold and, as we will discover later, has numerous health and wellbeing benefits. To begin, let’s find out how to make roasted barley tea. How … Read more

How to Cook Pot Barley

How To Harvest Barley {A Simple Guide}

There are a few different methods for harvesting barley. You may use modern machinery such as a combined harvester, or for smaller crops, there is the option to harvest by hand in a more traditional way. However you decide to harvest your grain, you’ll still need to ensure it is at the proper ripeness. Let’s … Read more

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