字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Today, I'm HouseholdHacker. We are gonna make a candle from an apple. No, no, no. Not that kind of apple. [HOUSEHOLD HACKER] To make an apple candle, you need a few items. Vegetable oil, an apple, a wicker string and a knife. Pick yourself out of a fine looking apple, and slowing cut a circle or a square around the stem. They don't need to go very deep into the core, about one inch's perfect. Work your way around until you have full cuts. Now, you can pop out the top with the knife or just grab a spoon and scrape it out with ease. Here's an interesting side note. You can stop the apple from browning by squirting a little lime juice over the exposed fruit. Remember that next time you cutting up some apple slices. Now unfortunately you can't use the apple stem as a wick, just as you can see here. It simply won't stay lit. So grab yourself a wicker string and cut it to be even with the top of the apple. Now grab your vegetable oil and pour directly over the wick to fill up the apple. Make sure to leave some of the wick above the oil line or it simply won't work at all. Once the wick and the oil line are in place, get out the lighter and spark it up. If you did it right, it should stay lit for at least a couple hours, depending on how much oil you have inside. Now if you wanna add some holiday cheer, grab another apple of a different color and follow the same steps as before. We stuck with red and green to keep with the holiday feat. One red apple and one green apple is perfect. They burn strong and emit plenty of light, in case you found yourself in a power outage and need a quick and simple emergency candle as well. But the best thing to do, is to use them as a great addition to your Christmas decorations. So while your friends and family with your amazing Christmas survival skills, check out these other holiday videos here. See you next time.