Will Food GO BAD in a Vacuum Chamber?


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  • Ultimate Requiem
    Ultimate Requiem 23 hours ago

    The real question is if poison go bad will ut be less poisonous or more poisonous

  • gsingh bjatt
    gsingh bjatt Day ago +1

    Put some heavenly stuff in those veins bruh

  • gsingh bjatt
    gsingh bjatt Day ago

    Put some heavenly stuff in those veins bruh

  • Glowfish
    Glowfish Day ago

    2:12 oh your bread just gets crunchy? In our rainy climate that stuff molds like the day after it expires XDD Lucky

  • Nikhil Kolekar
    Nikhil Kolekar Day ago

    Can you generate energy from a never ending power source which involves rotating the motors!????

  • Alfred Peneyra
    Alfred Peneyra 3 days ago

    Try putting a coconut on a vacum chamber

  • Ryan Baker
    Ryan Baker 4 days ago

    It's the same Principle as canning you gained nothing in this experiment. Your actions show you know nothing about this.

  • Vlad Baje
    Vlad Baje 4 days ago

    Cool music

  • xXShadowTheCat63Xx :]

    Finally a way to store my bread!

  • Fire Productions
    Fire Productions 5 days ago


  • Lief Nova
    Lief Nova 6 days ago

    But... That's just canning.

  • Binaya Poudel
    Binaya Poudel 6 days ago

    What would happen if you keep a kitchen foil in a vaccum chamber
    And also do with making it a sphere

  • MsAnthropicGeek
    MsAnthropicGeek 6 days ago

    You have many issues with this experiment.
    No sterilization.
    The lids weren't hot when the food went in, so the seal didn't work.
    The holes in the lids broke the seal.
    And NONE of your food is in its raw form.
    Our food is inundated with chemicals for preservation, so it doesn't have the ability to break down properly. 🤷🏾‍♀️

  • Bobsyouruncle Wilson

    Food spoils, it doesn't go bad. There is no morality involved in this process of decomposition.
    ... and talk about cross contamination with those gloves. Ah well, at least your hands will be clean.

  • xnestlex
    xnestlex 8 days ago

    11:10 - this is called kozuch ;) (PL) - sheepskin (ENG)

  • jryde421
    jryde421 8 days ago +1

    11:02 ahh 😦 lol

  • Thomas D Harrell
    Thomas D Harrell 9 days ago

    Autoclave the jars and try it over. They should not be any fungus contamination. The fruit may have fungus on it

  • Brian Cherry
    Brian Cherry 10 days ago

    It seems to me that some of these results have less to do with vacuum and more to do with moisture escaping. Need a third sample that is sealed but not vacuumed.

  • mad for music
    mad for music 10 days ago

    U should also use marshmallow so u can check if there is air or not

  • Ralph Nines
    Ralph Nines 11 days ago

    He made yogurt

  • White Noise
    White Noise 11 days ago

    I don't think your experiment was valid. Your food wasn't left in a complete vacuum the entire time....

  • Cody Franklin
    Cody Franklin 11 days ago

    Spray cheese in vacuum chamber

  • ambirch1
    ambirch1 11 days ago

    You could do a better job of distinguishing between which sample we were looking at. You would move from vacumme to not without saying it.

  • Travis Hunter
    Travis Hunter 12 days ago

    MRE army food knows the secret to all this

  • Mark Joshi
    Mark Joshi 12 days ago

    Nice video

  • Mr. Garbyal
    Mr. Garbyal 13 days ago

    Starts at 7:20

  • Katherine L
    Katherine L 13 days ago


  • Ali Maghsoudi
    Ali Maghsoudi 13 days ago

    Haven't seen yet but yes it does due to bacterias which doesn't need oxygen

  • Dan Simons
    Dan Simons 13 days ago

    I've never understood why Graham crackers are spoken gram. As a brit this has always confused me.

  • BlueBananaFox 123
    BlueBananaFox 123 13 days ago

    Not the BBQ chips!!!!!!!

  • Joshua Failing
    Joshua Failing 14 days ago

    @TheKingOfRandom what happens when you put a dry ice in a vacuum

  • BDORR93
    BDORR93 14 days ago

    It would have sealed in the jar without the rubber stopper. You would get more reliable results.

  • Kinq_sb
    Kinq_sb 15 days ago +1

    The answer is simple, if there is bacteria on the food, it will go bad at some point. If the vacuum keeps all bacteria out the food will never go bad.

  • Travis Green
    Travis Green 15 days ago

    my issue with this experiment is you had the one set vacuum sealed and one set with the lids off. Of course stuff is going to go stale with the lids off. To make it a better test your control should've had the lids on. Then you can really tell if the vacuum did anything or not.

  • Gaming Doodle
    Gaming Doodle 16 days ago

    what happens if helium balloon in the vacuum chamber?😁

  • Cardboard_Box61 YT
    Cardboard_Box61 YT 16 days ago

    Is it weird that I like stale oreo's?

  • Charles Whitwan
    Charles Whitwan 17 days ago

    Fluids boil under vacuum...

  • SrmthfgRockLee
    SrmthfgRockLee 18 days ago


  • Mr. Pablosek
    Mr. Pablosek 18 days ago

    Apocalypse 101: long term food preparation

  • Enigma
    Enigma 18 days ago

    So a bit of a tip for when your filming with fruit and you cut it open especially with apples, to prevent them from oxidising aka going brown, you should coat them in lemon juice as it's great for when your doing photography and your working with cut fruits.

  • Emily Evans
    Emily Evans 18 days ago

    You should make a pop bottle vortex, but use gallium in the water

  • taycat 34
    taycat 34 18 days ago

    Air is weird man

  • James Hutchins
    James Hutchins 18 days ago

    dude . . . your teeth are perfect. What is your secret????? cool video

  • David Blandini
    David Blandini 19 days ago

    From now on I'll vacuum seal my memes so they don't get stale. Thanks!

  • J.L
    J.L 19 days ago

    what is the point of putting the control sample in jar if you leave it open, the point is to test how vacuum will cause different in food, so the other food should be place in air tight jar with atmospheric pressure to check whether their will be different between low pressure and atmospheric pressure. Otherwise, it is just like testing differences between air tight and non air tight. A package of chips filled with air works fine to keep it crispy as well as biscuits.

  • Devan Harripersad
    Devan Harripersad 19 days ago

    Poorly performed experiment. Sterilze rubber, jars, change gloves, use one item at a time , temperature and humidity control. Used swabs and a microscope instead of tasting it.

    • Dark Celestial Consciousness
      Dark Celestial Consciousness 18 days ago

      Lmao was just thinking all this checked comments to see if anyone was smart and mentioned. he touched the moldy bread then ate a chip after with the same hand and glove, disgusting!

  • Mr. Trancis
    Mr. Trancis 19 days ago

    Will Food GO BAD in a Vacuum Sealed Bag?
    probably not at all, and that would be a short episode. i'm guessing why that's why they went with jars.

  • Arnie Calang
    Arnie Calang 20 days ago

    so he just says everything twice or thrice?

  • Kyle Richmond
    Kyle Richmond 20 days ago +1

    Try making a half human,half something.

  • Chris Centeno
    Chris Centeno 21 day ago

    Did he change his gloves after touching the mold? Cause he ate using gloves

  • rhinocort3
    rhinocort3 22 days ago

    Next time, try to learn what is vacuum and how to make it. You did not make vacuum in any of those jars because they were filled with vapors as soon as you stopped pumping.

  • Sean Oxborough
    Sean Oxborough 22 days ago

    Er non sterile jars.

  • Venushan Gk
    Venushan Gk 23 days ago

    How does nuclear power form or made

  • Emily Fogerty
    Emily Fogerty 23 days ago

    Cotton candy in a vacuum chamber!

  • Jax TheKiller
    Jax TheKiller 23 days ago +1

    What would happen if you vacuumed chambered just water?

  • Ghennah Forde
    Ghennah Forde 24 days ago +1

    Now I wanna see juice be vacuumed from fruit

  • RzAndGabby Vlogs
    RzAndGabby Vlogs 24 days ago

    Wait i mean have you trys vacuuming dry ice ?

  • RzAndGabby Vlogs
    RzAndGabby Vlogs 24 days ago

    Hsve you done vacumm

  • CJAN DelaCruz
    CJAN DelaCruz 24 days ago

    And stone

  • CJAN DelaCruz
    CJAN DelaCruz 24 days ago

    What will be happen when water and fish get into the vaccum

  • Usama Sadiq
    Usama Sadiq 24 days ago

    Who else thinks this video was a huge disappointment?

    WIFIGHOST CRUISER 24 days ago

    2 1/2 minutes in and I can tell you that a lot of those foods are going to be dry just because you put them in a vacuum.
    The graham crackers and potato chips will stay fresh for an eternity.

  • Tulula Bell
    Tulula Bell 25 days ago

    What would happen if you pour lava in a glass vacuum chamber

  • Chung Lee
    Chung Lee 25 days ago

    should of boiled those jars first

  • I have a horse named Teddy

    Can you try to see how easily glass breakers break glass?

  • luminescent
    luminescent 25 days ago +1

    who else misses the O.G king of random

  • Mark Joy
    Mark Joy 25 days ago

    Can you melt metal with very hot 💦

  • Shreya Gupta
    Shreya Gupta 25 days ago

    The food releases moisture so it will stale

  • Addyson Gray
    Addyson Gray 26 days ago

    Can you turn air freshener into powder

  • kloosmitsoos xD
    kloosmitsoos xD 26 days ago

    11:09 no that isnt mold thats just so me fat

  • Randomstuff2019
    Randomstuff2019 26 days ago

    Is the reason the sealed bread got moldy because the moisture in the bread when the open one all the moisture left the bread?

  • YourGrandmaYa
    YourGrandmaYa 26 days ago


  • River Bergman
    River Bergman 26 days ago

    what if you vacuumed electronics

  • Rose Pie58 Gacha
    Rose Pie58 Gacha 27 days ago

    What happen If you put makeup in A vacuum chamber or the freeze dryer

  • Darkheart 989
    Darkheart 989 27 days ago

    Will fruit go bad if you freez it in water for three days

  • Wxrld
    Wxrld 29 days ago

    Ladies and gentlemen I present to you, the perfect lunch.

  • Megan Dark
    Megan Dark 29 days ago

    If there is not air or moisture in a vacuum chamber. What is?

  • Luke Whitley
    Luke Whitley Month ago

    Bread gets super moist and moldy down here. South Georgia here

  • noahmeme2
    noahmeme2 Month ago

    Yes it will, anorobic bacteria will rot it.

  • Russ Hamilton
    Russ Hamilton Month ago

    The bread wasn't under vacuum then or the moisture in it would have boiled away.

  • Satyaki Majumdar
    Satyaki Majumdar Month ago

    You really shouldn't eat food that has only been in a vacuum without being sterilised beforehand. Lots of anaerobic bacteria thrive in such environments, particularly Clostridium sp. which is really dangerous as a Gram -ve killer.
    Best thing to do - keep a microscope and a couple of staining solutions on hand. Take samples of whatever you feel like sampling and check whether they respond to the staining tests for bacteria and fungi.

  • skeeter marie
    skeeter marie Month ago

    What would happen if you put an unopened bag of chips in the chamber ?:0

  • mike marten
    mike marten Month ago

    Does food stale faster in high pressure? LOL

  • McKayla Buck
    McKayla Buck Month ago

    9:11 instant regret

  • CallMeSoul YT
    CallMeSoul YT Month ago

    Try to see if objects act differently in a vacuum

  • Hayavadana Belgaumkar

    Try that can we live without food and test that we can live by breathing only

  • hey gurl what up
    hey gurl what up Month ago

    He just ate a chip after poking mold

  • Frank Meyer
    Frank Meyer Month ago

    the food containing lots of moisture - spoiled. the food which is meant to be kept dry - survived. and as others said, you didn't sterilize anything. and maybe your improvised seal was not tight enough to preserve vacuum for 4 weeks. if you properly vacuum let's say dry Rice or dry uncooked noodles, they would last a very long time without getting spoiled. it depends on what you vacuum, and how you do it.

  • Dylan Thompson
    Dylan Thompson Month ago

    who is dis guy? and when did he take over

  • WhatTheFridge 1o1
    WhatTheFridge 1o1 Month ago

    Kinda wanna eat the crushed marshmellows

  • Paul Cassady
    Paul Cassady Month ago

    could try silica packets to keep excess moisture, and maybe mold from forming, in bread/apples

  • M Tull
    M Tull Month ago

    I'd love to see this repeated with a closed jar with air in it, I mean of course the bread is going to dry out! It's out in the "open"!
    To compare the sealed jar with the vacuumed jar would compare a vacuum seal with just sealed.

  • Weirdoo 0089
    Weirdoo 0089 Month ago

    Sponsered by Lays.
    I wish!

  • FD 2003
    FD 2003 Month ago

    You forgot to control for LIGHT.
    Also -- mold can't grow in a vacuum. I think you vacuum didn't work completely.

  • Tafadzwa Sithole
    Tafadzwa Sithole Month ago

    What hep pans when you mix every glue

  • Firestorm Entertainment

    I would recommend retrying this experiment without putting holes in the jar lids.

  • Code Awesome
    Code Awesome Month ago

    I thought natr would eat the bread

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  • Are you funny ?
    Are you funny ? Month ago +1

    Kuch bhi bakchodi kr rha hai 😂