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Cute Sugar Gliders! | The Cute Show

My name is Annette Ramos. I’m the fashion editor at Vice. And today you’re at my house because I am babysitting for my parents’ sugar gliders. I know that they’re from Australia. They’re marsupials. They are closely related to koalas. They are called sugar gliders because of their preference for nectarous foods. And they basically…

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Cookery lesson: How to preserve lemons

So these are preserved lemons that I made last year and you make them by packing them into a jar very tightly with salt and spices and lemon juice. And what you get is a very floppy malliable piece of lemon and you don’t eat the pulp you take that off and this is the…

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The Tiny Vlog: Lead Nurturing

Hi, I’m Brent Curry with Tiny Frog Technologies. I represent the search engine marketing side of the house. Today I want to talk about lead nurturing. So in a previous video blog we talked about calls to action and one of the suggestions I made was to offer a teaser, an e-book or a document,…

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French Toasted Bagels

Hello welcome to Hayes Garden World, we’ve got to the favourite part of the day, we’re going to do a dessert.We’re going to do cinnamon and raisin French toasted bagels. We’re going to use the griddle on the 3200, I’m joined by my colleague Ed. So, you’re going to enjoy this, this is really going…

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How to Nurture Cleaning Business Clients (Part 2)

Have you ever heard the phrase, “The sale doesn’t start until they say “no”? What that means is that even when a prospects says “no thanks, I don’t want you” I want to chose this other cleaning business over here” you don’t wanna lose, you don’t wanna lose track of them, you wanna keep on…

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Freezing Dough

Did you know you can freeze cookie dough for up to two months, simply roll your dough in plastic wrap or wax paper and place it in an airtight container or freezer bags. You can even freeze already baked cookies just make sure to cool them completely and put them in a resealable bag, separate…

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Gluten Free Brownies: Cheap enough for the whole family

OK, gluten free gang, listen up! If you have never tried flourless brownies before, you NEED to try this gluten free recipe for black bean brownies. Now, I know what you are thinking… BEANS?!?! Yes, beans. These gluten free brownies are healthy, moist, AND extremely delicious. They are cheap enough for the whole family –…

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Easy Banana Bread Recipe With Directions

Today, I’ll show you how to make banana bread. Start out by preheating your oven to 350 degrees. Put 4 or 5 bananas on a plate and mash them with a fork. Now, in a large mixing bowl, combine the sugar, vegetable oil, salt, and the eggs. In a smaller, separate bowl, put one teaspoon…

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Tips & Tricks: Why you need to nurture past clients

it is really important to nurture both your existing clients as well as your past clients because the time between transactions is really long there’s a big period of time that goes between the buying and selling process and so you want to be continually keeping in touch with people, showing value, doing all of…

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Dogs evolved muscles that give them sad eyes to trigger a nurturing response in their owners

Dogs evolved muscles that give them sad eyes to trigger a nurturing response in their owners Dogs have evolved muscles around their eyes to look cute to humans, scientific research has shown for the first time. The muscles allow dogs to raise a quizzical eyebrow and to look sad giving them facial expressions similar to…

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