Home /News & Trending /Millennials Seek Out Nontraditional FarmingPHOTO: David Oldfield/Photodisc/ThinkstockTraditional farming is advancing and heading straight for suburban and urban areas where it takes on a different form: indoor farming. It’s creating more jobs and according to an analysis conducted in March 2015, could become a $9 billion industry—statistics that are proving appealing to millennials.
12First practise this motion. This spreads the cards.3Take half of the deck and hold in this position.4Slide your thumb down from the top edge to the bottom left corner.5Then move your index finger to the bottom edge.6Finally spread with your thumb using the motion in step 2. Takes a bit of practise to get the right pressure on the cards.
1Sweep up as much dirt and broken glass as you can.2Bachelors don& 39;t measure... Pour small puddles of soap on the floor.3Liberally wet floor with kitchen sink sprayer. No bucket required!4Wait a few minute for the water and soap to loosen up your filth.5Mop around. No rules. Get crazy.6Squeeze out the mop when it gets full of dirty water.
1All ingredients2Add peppers, onions, chipotles, dried chilies, fruit, etc. You can use fresh tomatoes if they& 39;re in season and you& 39;re willing to chop them up.3Drain the the juice from the tomatoes and add them to a bowl.4Mix the garlic, cumin, paprika, and salt in with the tomatoes.5Roughly chop the cilantro and add it to the salsa.
1Introduction from Douglas E . Welch - DouglasEWelch.com2My current journal and a new Lego-themed Moleskine in waiting3Another well used journal from 2007-20084Leave a few blanks pages at front for a Table of Contents you can create as you go.5I use my journals in both directions. Using them from front to back as a standard daily journal and from the back as topic specific pages6Working in both directions means you get the most use out of every page in your journal.
1Shuffle (I shuffle around ten times)2Place the top card of the deck face up and six cards next to it3Rinse and repeat45678Each time that u put a face up card u need to put a face down card on all of the cards to the right of it9Cards that are one less and the different color can go under the card (here it is a 4 and a 3)10Next you flip over the top card of the pile that doesn& 39;t have a card on top of it1112If u get an ace (it doesn& 39;t matter how) you put it at the top13Keep on doing this until you get another ace a 2 that fits with your ace (in my case a 2 of hearts) or a combination1415keyboard shortcuts: previous step next step
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1To start with I will need to explain the algorithms to you. Each algorithm will be shown in symbol form. Here are the symbols.2This is up (U)3This is down (D)4This is right (R)5This is left (L)6This is front (F)7This is normal, there is no symbol. It goes clockwise from the direction it& 39;s facing.
1Saute the fish and shredded the cheddar cheeses.2Cook 2 cups of rice in the rice cooker3Cook the frozen corn wIth 1 Cupid cream or milk4Sauté the diced onion and green onion5Beat the eggs, add a pinch of salt6Pre heat oven to 400°F7Using toaster oven is fine8Mix the egg with rice9Add the rice to the sautéed vegetables10Bake for 20 minuteskeyboard shortcuts: previous step next stepCooking helps me focus on the things that really matter life: you are what you eat.
1Cut all the ingredients in cube. Preheat oven to 425 F•/220C•2In the saucepan over medium heat, cook onions and leek in butter until soft. Add chicken, carrots, and peas.3Stir in flour, salt & pepper. Stir in chicken broth and milk. Add the bay leave. Simmer over medium-low heat until thick. Remove from heat and set aside.
1Gather ingredients.....(measurements in supplies list ;))2Defrost chicken wings if needed....3In a bowl , add salt.....4Sugar.....5Garlic.....6Pepper......7Soy sauce.... Only 2 tablespoons :)89Marinate chicken wings for 30 minutes....1011Place in pan.....12Place in oven for 10-15 minutes or until browned.
12What I used :)3Boil the pasta.... If you do make sure it is little...45I used 2 packs... now you have an idea why! lol It is a big pot6Open the 2 cans of evaporated milk7Cream chicken8Use a bugger pot to put all the ingredients together9Use 2 bars of butter10Use a drainer11Make sure all the water is out.
1Start with a piece of paper.2Fold top right corner in.3Rip/cut at dotted line.4You should now be left with a perfect square shape.5Fold square in half.6Fold in half again.7Unfold and then fold in each corner.8Should look like this.9Turn over so that open flaps are facing down.10Fold each corner in so that it touches the middle (you can use a dot it you want).
You can do this amazing trick at parties, clubs and pubs going from table to table confusing people who will never guess, in fact you could put a drink on it!1You can do this trick at parties and go from table to table confusing people who will never guess, in fact you could put a drink on it!2The idea of this party trick is to turn this arrow pointing up.
1First gather your supplies.2Start with an empty and completely dry cup. I use a shaker but a glass would probably work fine.3Tear the mint leaves and add them to the cup. It depends on how minty you like it and how big your drink is, but I would use about 8 leaves.4Add about a teaspoon of raw sugar.
1Start by painting on your base coat2apply the colours as shown3Use a white stripper for the next step4Create lines across the nails apart from the blue ring finger5Get your dotting tool or the end of a bobby pin6Make a white dot like this at the top of the blue nail7And a smaller blue one inside it8draw a line down from the circles9make two curved lines from the bottom of the line before and a small one across it10Add triangles to the end of the curved lines11get a q-tip and tip into acetone or nail polish remover and go round all the areas around your nail where you have got polish onto your finger12Get a clear&sparkly nail polish and apply over all nails13And there you go:)!
1Spread nuts in a single layer on a baking sheet and place them in the oven for 10-12 mins.shake the pan a couple of times during the process and watch they don& 39;t burn. Transfer to a plate to cool.Chop2Place a rack each in the upper and bottom thirds of the oven and preheat oven to 350F .line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper or silicone baking mats.
1rub beeswax on the chosen shoes ( gloves optional )2try to get as much as you can all over the material3melt it with the hair dryer4after all is dry test the area for any holes to redokeyboard shortcuts: previous step next stepHaii!! I freekin love Noel Fielding and all (most) comedy shows out there!
1Rub pour teriyaki over pork and rub with paprika and a dash of cayenne (more if you can take the heat!).2Stir fry garlic and ginger in Becel Oil. Mix in brown sugar, soy sauce, Knorr Home Stock, ketchup, pineapple juice, chili powder.3Roughly chop carrots and onion (they will be unrecognizable by the end.
1Gather ingredients2Cook beef until it& 39;s tender3Chop bacon into small pieces and cook in a nonstick pan until well done (not too crispy)4Peel the green tomatoes; cut them in half. Blend well.5Once meat is ready add the sauce. Make sure you use a colander so the seeds don& 39;t end up in your meat.
1Ask your clever & 34;yes& 34; or & 34;no& 34; question. You can ask it in your head, but proper 8 Ball etiquette suggests you should say it out loud.2Shake the Geek Magic 8 Ball vigorously.3Sometimes the Geek Magic 8 Ball is unable to see through time and space to respond to your query.4& 34;Meh& 34; is a geek / hipster expression of indifference- like & 34;who cares?