Here are some Cooking Videos I have Discovered

So this week I went back to Yorkton again because my hometown and I have attachment issues and cannot be apart for too long. But this weekend my family decided to paint their ceiling in the kitchen, and thus I had no way of baking as I was down one kitchen.

I decided, because I am unable to cook this week, I would instead find some videos online on how to bake some things and also a video on how to actually separate an egg. Because I’m really stuck on this egg separation thing, it just sounds so fancy.

The video I found on how to separate an egg white was by this super excited man who has a YouTube channel called “Greg’s Kitchen”.

He showed how to separate an egg, and honestly, this looks like the easiest thing in the world, I can’t believe it. I looked up baking things that require you to separate an egg, so I think next weekend I’m going to make chocolate mousse or something. Because you know, I always wanted to know how to make mousse and it just so happens that it contains separated eggs, so it’s a match made in heaven!

I watched a few more of his videos and he seems to make a lot of simple, cheap, and easy to follow recipes. And if you can get past just the worst jokes ever (I can’t tell if they are cringe-y or amazing, honestly), he has some pretty decent recipes. I don’t think I would use his channel for any other cooking routines because the bad jokes just don’t do it for me, but it he did more small tutorial videos of this sort, I could see them being useful. Either way, he taught me how to separate an egg, so stay tuned to see if it is actually a viable method for me!

After that, I just started watching different YouTubers. And I have one to share that I found on my own, and one that a friend linked to me about a week ago and kind of inspired the blog post because of my lack of kitchen.

I found a channel called “How to Cake it“, and I think I may use one of her videos in a later learning project, because I thought she was super nice and genuine and her recipes are all about the artistic side of  baking, which I hadn’t even considered to be something I should also learn! Also, I lost a bet recently, and I owe a friend some baking, so this seems like a good enough project as any. Also, it’ll mean I will upgrade from “from a box” baking, and actually make my own batter.

The last videos I found are from a channel called “You Suck at Cooking”, and it’s technically a cooking channel, but there are some desserts as well. I’m not going to link to a specific video here, if you want to see any of the videos, you can check out the channel on YouTube, but there is a little bit of language, so keep that in mind. Trying to keep my blog appropriate for all readers. (Even though let’s be real, what informational value is there here?) The videos are….weird. It’s like, a robot and sometimes a human cooking food with decent instructions, but poor execution. I think it makes more sense when you actually watch it. I personally think the videos are funny, and I do think that you could learn how to make something using one of the videos because the recipes are simple.

 

But anyway, here is my super short update for this week, hopefully we’ll get back on track next week when I actually have a kitchen again. The goal is to make mousse, but we’ll see what happens!

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3 thoughts on “Here are some Cooking Videos I have Discovered

  1. I think everyone needs to watch that separation egg video. THAT WAS SO COOL! I can’t express how awesome that was. Something so simple that will help so many people. Also, those sundaes look very good and a nice treat.

    This is a pretty common dessert, but I really love the dessert: Peanut butter chocolate marshmallow squares. They are absolutely delicious as long as you aren’t allergic to peanut butter. Perk of this dessert is that there are only four ingredients. Here is a link to the recipe: http://www.food.com/recipe/chocolate-peanut-butter-and-marshmallows-287376

    Can’t wait to see what you bake next week!!

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