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Textures, Contrasts, Boundaries By Sieglinde DLABAL
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This project was inspired by a visit to Kew Botanic Gardens in London. I became aware of all the different textures in a garden. Stones, wicker fences, pebbles ... and the plants - not a uniform... More > green but a firework of shapes and all shades of green. I am also interested in boundaries - what creates them and how to cross them. So in some photos I begin to look at this aspect, too.< Less
Woven Shibori for Texture By Stacey Harvey-Brown
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One of the Tactile Tectonic Series, this monograph is the record of discovery into the rich and diverse world of Woven Shibori. It will show you how you can use Woven Shibori and seersucker... More > techniques to create peaks, troughs, ripples, strata, volcanoes and craters in your handwoven cloth, using a shaft loom. Work through the samples in order, or use the underlying principles to venture off on your own textural adventure.< Less
Virtual Airplane: Materials and Textures By Witold Jaworski
eBook (PDF): $14.95
This eBook teaches how to "paint" 3D digital model of a historical aircraft. Such a knowledge is usually the "secret weapon" of professional illustrators. It is an excerpt from... More > larger publication, but also a complete book on its own. This third edition describes Blender 2.7. To learn more about "Virtual Airplane" and get free trials, visit *>>< Less
Soy Burgers Using Textured Vegetable Protein By Mary Curtis
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This recipe shows you how to make vegetarian patties using textured vegetable protein (t.v.p.). This recipe is intended as an lower-fat alternative to ground beef. It is not a vegan recipe because... More > it contains one egg; it is also not for anyone who is sensitive to gluten because it contains bread and wheat flour. You will learn how to make your own vegetarian patties from this recipe from scratch. The advantage to doing this rather than buying frozen patties is that you control the content of what goes into them (avoiding preservatives, etc.) and they are much less expensive. Time to prepare: less than 1 hour Equipment needed: frying pan, spatula, small mixing bowl, fork Ingredients needed: egg, bread, oil, textured vegetable protein (t.v.p. You can also convert this recipe to make your own vegetarian loaf from scratch.< Less
The Mini Braid Method: Growing and Retaining Afro-Textured Hair In Braids Without Extensions By Jayne Anderson
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The natural girl's guide to maintaining afro-textured hair in mini braids. Learn how to put them in, how to take them out, and everything in between.
How to Make Frosting By Alexa Strus
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Frosting (also known as icing) can be made in a variety of ways, depending on the texture, flavor and style you're after. Here's how to do it.... Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to... More > deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
How to Brew Beer By Jack Schultz
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A true and serious beer drinker has specific ideas of what they want in their beer. This is a reason why many choose home brewing. They like a specific style of beer and thrive to get just the right... More > taste. Often there is a certain taste or style of beer that is not available commercially in their area. Home brewing is, for many, not only convenient but a way to get the "live beer" taste. Almost all beer that is made is pasteurized, so you're not getting the natural taste. When beer is pasteurized, it has to be cooked, which takes out the carbonation. Commercial brewers "force carbonation" by taking the boiled off alcohol and mixing it with the pasteurized beer, which kills the yeast. Without live yeast, the beer will not age properly, which affects the taste of the beer. Yeast not only improves the taste of beer, but the color and texture as well. The more beer ages, the better it tastes, which is a large reason why so many choose to home brew their own beer.< Less
A Crash Course On How to Grow Carrots By Jeremy Jackson
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A Crash Course on How to Grow Carrots The carrot is a root vegetable, usually orange in colour, though purple, red, white, and yellow varieties exist. It has a crisp texture when fresh. The most... More > commonly eaten part of a carrot is a taproot, although the greens are sometimes eaten as well. It is a domesticated form of the wild carrot Daucus carota, native to Europe and southwestern Asia. The domestic carrot has been selectively bred for its greatly enlarged and more palatable, less woody-textured edible taproot. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) reports that world production of carrots and turnips (these plants are combined by the FAO for reporting purposes) for calendar year 2011 was almost 35.658 million tonnes. This book covers several topics including: - Nutrition Information - Climate & Growing Conditions - How to Prepare the Garden Soil - How to Plant - How to Water and so much more!< Less
How to Cure Canker in the Equine Hoof By Brenda Adams
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How to treat and cure Canker in the equine hoof. Canker generally originates in the frog and can be mistaken for thrush, even sheared heel in the early stages. The condition is frequently but not... More > always accompanied by a foul odor and a texture that resembles rotten cauliflower. It mainly affects the frog but can encompass the soul as well. The combination of thorough debridement coupled with the following treatment plan should work.< Less
A Crash Course On How to Grow Kiwis By Desiree Myers
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A Crash Course on How to Grow Kiwis The kiwifruit or Chinese gooseberry (often shortened to kiwi outside New Zealand), is the edible berry of a woody vine in the genus Actinidia. The most common... More > cultivar group of kiwifruit ('Hayward') is oval, about the size of a large hen's egg (5–8 cm (2.0–3.1 in) in length and 4.5–5.5 cm (1.8–2.2 in) in diameter). It has a fibrous, dull greenish-brown skin and bright green or golden flesh with rows of tiny, black, edible seeds. The fruit has a soft texture and a sweet but unique flavor, and today is a commercial crop in several countries, such as Italy, New Zealand, Chile, Greece, and France. This book covers several topics including: - Nutrition Information - Climate & Growing Conditions - How to Prepare the Garden Soil - How to Plant - How to Water and much more!< Less