If you don’t have a corkscrew, there are still many possible different ways to open a wine bottle. I classify various methods into 3 categories. Which one of the 10 ways is easier, safer & available? To save you the time, I review 10 different ways to open the bottle, make a few experiments to verify that they are working and compare the merits & effectiveness.
Toward the end of the video, at time 8:09 I will present the top ranking of the 10 methods. My chopstick method is the winner because it is usually available & easy to use although it has its limitations. The limitations of other methods are also discussed.
We can never skip fun in any video, if you want to impress your friends at the party and if your cork is inside the bottle, I will show you a way to take the cork out.
Please use the comment section below to share what is your favorite way to open the bottle.
I wanted to try to the technique of La Mian (using hands to stretch to make noodles). So one day I offered to cook a meal. I had experimented adding salt, adding soda, adding oil etc. However, even though I gained knowledge on the topic of lamian, I found out without using the high protein flour, it is very difficult to do lamian with regular flour.
Since I did not have the time to run to the store for different kind of flour, and the dinner time was approaching, my plan B was to make regular noodle using flour. A lot of people in China know how to make noodle, but my kids have never seen using regular flour to make noodle before. Even though this task may seem trivial, I hope this video can help those who have never seen this before.