The fake 'kitchen hacks' with billions of views - BBC

Videos showing off "kitchen hacks" and baking ideas have clocked up billions of views - but do all the tips featured actually work?
BBC Click's Chris Fox tried out recipes from some of the biggest lifestyle channels on YouTube and Facebook and found not all was as it seemed, and speaks to How To Cook That channel's Ann Reardon, also known for her debunking fake cooking videos.


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How we live now: tips from off gridders, tiny houses, homesteaders

For some, preparing for the unexpected has been a way of life for years. We visit (via their cameras) permaculture farmers in Tulsa, Oklahoma growing much of their food in backyard hoop houses, a rainwater harvester collecting and reusing water at home and off the streets of Tucson, Arizona, an A-frame cabin builder at home surrounded by the wilderness of Central Mexico, a family in Kauai, Hawaii living off the land in their hand built tiny home of recycled materials. They bring us some tips from their homesteads or city apartments (like instructions for a living wall from recycled drink bottles from our friends in Mexico City).

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