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Don’t Peel Stickers Off the Fruit, There Is A Better Way

Most people peel the stickers off the fruit and then wash it. You need to understand that it is not easy to wash the glue off. Even though it is not a big deal to eat the glue (you won’t die from eating the tiny amount), I will show you a simple and easy way to guarantee your fruit will be clean.

Very Special Grandparents and Grandchildren


All grandparents would like to have fun with their grandchildren, but my in-laws have a special way to do it. Starting with our eldest child, the project lasted 11 years including all 10 grandkids. However, the long term relationship will not end with the project,

I will also try to carry on to fostering relationships between generations as well as continuing this great family tradition to the next generation.

Please like it, favorite it, share it and leave comments, we would love to hear your suggestions or your own similar experiences.

You may also want to check other summer kids programs
DIY: The Cheapest Summer Kids Project With The Best Results
http://youtu.be/40NbhCLAbO4

An earlier summer project can be found here:
The Best Deck In The World
http://youtu.be/9TFT4BZcEJw

I try to make one holiday video every year, my previous videos:
New Year Reflections From Dr. Zhang
http://youtu.be/Uf0LGHHmkPU

Christmas Greetings From Dr. Zhang
http://youtu.be/vqfY0bUFUUY

How Can Dog Owners Save 1 Million Plastic Bags Per Year? Please share.


If only 1400 other dog owners do this, we can save 1 million plastic bags every single year. And why stop there? If we all joined together, we could save 5 million, 10 million, 100 million plastic bags each year. Help save our planet – one dog poop at a time. :)

Please support the cause by sharing this video with your friends and family. Thank you, you’re the best!

Our Youtube Channel: http://bit.ly/13PoUrF
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Our Adopted Dog-First Vet Visit, Part 2

In Part 2 of our adopted dog’s first vet visit, the vet discusses more lab testing, vaccinations and basic grooming. Lab tests are for heartworm and various possible parasites. We learn more about heartworm and other parasites, fleas, ticks, ear infections, and gingivitis.

We have adopted a dog from the shelter. About a week later we took him for his first vet visit. Well, we did not know if this was his first visit but certainly it was our first.

We recommend you prepare questions in advance and take notes during the visit (we would have forgot a lot of it had we taken this video). Sample questions are:

* Discuss your pet’s dietary habits. It is always helpful to briefly discuss your pet’s diet and feeding schedule. As your pet grows, nutrition needs change and if you are not sure about these, ask. If your pet has digestive problems, ask if there is anything about your pet’s diet that needs changing.

* Ask about dental care and grooming challenges. Good teeth and basic grooming both promote your dog’s long-term health and well-being.

* Bring records of vaccinations and any medications the dog has had. Even if you know the vet has the records, it is good to also maintain your own. Bring them to the vet every time and have the records filled out. This helps you to remember what has been done, when the next vaccinations are due and it is also handy if you change your vet.

* Tell the vet any health or behavior concerns you have, anything you’ve observed that you think might be unusual or you don’t understand. Do not hold back, as not reporting all the symptoms can lead to an incorrect diagnosis and your dog might not be fully helped.

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parasite
flea
ticks
ear infection
gingivitis.
heartworm
teeth problem
vaccination
medications
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vet
vet visit
veterinarian
ear infection
cough
dental work
tartar buildup
teeth
greenies
diet
food
treats
Vomiting
Upset stomach
Dental disease

The first part of this visit can be found here:
http://youtu.be/VurAnqUXiTI
http://allcutedogs.com/tips/rescued-dog/dogs-first-vet-visit-part-1/
http://fetv.com/dogs-first-vet-visit-part-1/

Fastest Way To Fix Bike Tire With Least Effort and No Special Tools.


You all know that putting the tire back to the rim is a difficult job. I will show you the best way to do it without special tools. As any repair I perform, I always prefer the easiest path with minimal removal and the least adjustment.

You may choose either to patch the hole or to replace the inner tube. Patching the hole requires the least amount of re-adjustment.

If you choose to replace the inner tube, don’t remove the brake pads to minimize the repair efforts.

Most bike tires are very tight to put on the rim. The key observation is the center line of the rim has the smallest diameter, thus the tire beads to pushed to the center to make largest tolerance to allow the tire to be installed on the rim. Also move the air plug to upper position to allow easy installation.

Open A Coconut Cleanly, Safely, and Easily


When you want to get the coconut meat out, what is the safest way and the easiest way to do it? Please don’t cut your fingers and injure yourself, there are safer ways!!

You need to drain the coconut before splitting the coconut open. What is the cleanest way? The coconut has two “eyes” and one “mouth.” How can you identify them? What is a germination pore? I will show you easy and fast ways using any one of these items that everyone has in their house: corkscrew, chopstick, knife, screw driver etc.

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Coconut
germination pore
Cleanest
Safest
Easiest
water
juice
tools
chopstick
corkscrew
hammer
screw driver
heat
freeze
freezer
oven
stove

Pomegranate: Easiest Seed Removal and Ways to Juice

I can show you easy and fast ways to remove the seeds from a pomegranate using any one of these items that everyone has in their house: wooden spoon, table knife, ice scream scoop, screw driver, wood block, hammer, fist.

And then based on how much juice you want and tools you have available, I’ll show you 3 different ways to make juice. We will also discuss how to minimize cleanup.

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Pomegranate
seeds
de-seeds
deseed
Easiest
Best
cleanup
juice
open
tools
technique
eat
correct way
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