Instant Pot Pulled Pork Recipe {+ A YouTube Video}

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SO. I’ve been told that I need to start doing the whole YouTube thing. I kept putting it off. I mean, my friend Allison rocks it (If you don’t follow her, you should. She’s awesome.). She told me that I could totally do this. So I listened to her yesterday. Skip to the instant pot pulled pork recipe – click here.

Instant Pot Pulled Pork Recipe

Yesterday, when I made my Instant Pot pork roast, I recorded myself. Kind of. I’ll tell you all about that in a minute. Right now, Let’s get you that recipe. It’s a hard one (kidding!).

Instant Pot Pulled Pork Recipe {+ A YouTube Video}


Pulled Pork Recipe {THM S}

So basically, I made my first video. Granted, I Periscoped it first (@breagettingfit), but there’s a really cool little feature that allows you to save your broadcast to your camera roll.

Okay. I could do this…Right? Turns out, I need some work. Don’t be like me.

Some tips for your first YouTube

1. Don’t Use Your iPhone

I mean, you can, but honestly, I wouldn’t. Get an inexpensive camcorder (I have this one in my cart currently). I love my iPhone, but it’s not the best for video…especially if you’re walking around your kitchen making a recipe.

2. Use A Microphone

It didn’t occur to me that I’d be moving around and that would affect the video quality. Afterword, I realize that using a microphone (which is less than $20.00 on Amazon), would have been a good idea.

3. Watch Before Uploading

Kind of like looking where you leap. In my case, I made the mistake of getting a bit trigger happy and posting immediately. Give yourself some time and watch the video.

If I’d done that, then I would have caught the fact that the video blacks out.

4. Edit

You can use iMovie though I am fond of the results that many are seeing from Camtasia. Take the extra step to make yours better than mine, okay?

And finally…the video (be kind, it’s my first):

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