It's something I've been wanting to do for years, but now that we at long last have decent internet* and I've found video editing software I like, I can finally start making YouTube video tutorials!
(*We went from 2.8Mbps download speed to 108.9Mbps, and 0.6Mbps upload to 9.9Mbps so it's safe to say there's been a massive improvement!😅)
The other day I fancied making some miniature food for a quick outdoor photoshoot I was doing with Max and Juno. I didn't want to faff about with polymer clay or anything, so I improvised and ended up creating some surprisingly realistic tortilla wraps.
Quite a few people requested a tutorial, and as I'd been meaning to post about how to make some of the fillings for a while, it seemed like the perfect opportunity.
The tutorial includes everything you'll need to make the following, including fried chicken, a simple salsa, lettuce and even scrambled egg!
Disclaimer: I get really anxious when recording myself, and that manifests in my already pretty fast speech accelerating, so apologies for the first minute or two where I apparently don't need to breathe. 😂😅
I typed up accurate subtitles though, as accessibility is important, so if the rapid fire Glaswegian has you baffled, I won't hold it against you if you switch them on!