Food Fight

An abridged history of American-centric warfare, from WWII to present day, told through the foods of the countries in conflict.

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Now, to answer some FAQs…
– The food in this film was consumed either by myself or my dog after shooting. None of the cast went to waste.
– The software used was photoshop and after effects.
– The film took me 3 months to do.
– Although it seems like stop motion, most of it was stop motion created within After effects, using keyframe animation. I am basically moving the food around within the the program, frame by frame, which is the same as traditional stop motion, only it’s digital.

DIY Puppy Dog Food Dispenser From Cardboard At Home

DIY Puppy Dog Food Dispenser from Cardboard at Home

In this video I show you how to build amazing food dispanser for your dog, cat or any other pet 🙂
You need jar, 1 pipsicle stick and of course cardboard. Just follow the instructions in this video and you get awesome food dispenser!

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5 School Hacks You Can Do When You’re Hungry – How To Sneak Food Into Class (HOW TO HACK)

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Americans Try Filipino Street Food

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Honest Waiter Warns Ramsay Of The Terrible Food | Kitchen Nightmares

“Chimichanga? Chimi chuck it in the bin!”
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Store Cat Food Vs Homemade

Thank you for watching! I normally cook a meal like this for Kohaku once a year on his birthday, but since I got a lot of requests to make a food for him, I decided to make this video. I’m going to make meals for human from next time. If you want to make a meal for your cats, please do research on which ingredients are okay to use. Also, make sure not to feed too much nor too often since it’s difficult to make a meal that are nutritious enough for cats. The recipe for this video is below. Thank you for watching! =^・ェ・^=

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【Ingredients I used*】
*Please do research on which ingredients are okay and not okay to use, how much and how often to feed when you make one for your cats.

Sea bream
Chicken tender (or chicken breast)
Yellow Fin Tuna
Bonito Stock Soup
Catnip powder

1. Boil all the meat and fish for about a minute or two until they’re cooked.
2. Put them in a cold water and cool them down.
3. Chop them into tiny pieces.
4. Put the paste in a round mold (or a cup if you don’t have a mold!)
5. Add bonito stock soup and sprinkle some catnip powder.

・Do not use fatty part of fish and/or chicken since it’ll have too many calories.
・Try giving a tiny piece of cooked fish or chicken to your cat to see if he/she will like it and won’t have problems digesting before making an actual meal.
・Again, please do research on your own.

Head Chef Cries When He Tastes Gordon’s Food | Hotel Hell

Gordon’s food brings the chef to tears. It must be good.

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Making Japanese Food Samples

Gujo town in Gifu prefecture of Japan is the place where technology of making these ultra-realistic food samples used to show menu in Japanese restaurants began. These samples are made out of plastic, wax and other materials, and then painted. It is also possible to try making some simple samples by yourself.