Will Food GO BAD in a Vacuum Chamber?

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  • Lamina Quagon
    Lamina Quagon 22 hours ago

    what will happen if you put gallium in the vacuum chamber

  • Moss GVNG
    Moss GVNG 23 hours ago

    Did lays sponsor you after this video haha?

  • No Fame Here
    No Fame Here 23 hours ago

    Not sure how I got here 🤔

  • Alicia Cho
    Alicia Cho 23 hours ago

    Also won't the mold get on your gloves and affect you anyway? Unless you cut the part our when you changed your gloves. But maybe i'm wrong cause I don't really know how mold works

  • Gamer had Alvin Velez
    Gamer had Alvin Velez 23 hours ago

    Will chips,food,drinks,snacks will be stinky and rotten when left somewhere

  • Alicia Cho
    Alicia Cho 23 hours ago

    Idk why you drilled the hole cause won't air go in there through the whole even though there is tape...

  • TraceguyRune
    TraceguyRune 23 hours ago

    You need to use salt to absorb the water

  • sophia pike
    sophia pike Day ago

    can u try what u did with the marshmellos with a grape

  • XGN DAN
    XGN DAN Day ago

    Will ice melt at the same speed if you put it in a vacuum chamber?

  • LongLostWraith
    LongLostWraith Day ago

    "food"...

  • Danny B
    Danny B Day ago +1

    How do Americans say Graham? Grey-ham or Grey-um

  • Kyra Day
    Kyra Day Day ago

    Is it possible to put a ship in a bottle

  • chipum2 fleming
    chipum2 fleming Day ago

    Sterile food "hot" placed into hot sterilized containers will not have the mold problems that is what canning taught country folks long ago. I have eaten canned foods after many years on the shelf

  • Hierro 17
    Hierro 17 Day ago

    If you want month-for chips, vacuum seal them

  • taylor chudler
    taylor chudler Day ago

    The jars were pressurized because you're slowly turning your house into a vacuum chamber

  • John Beidleman
    John Beidleman Day ago

    I love how you’re acting like this isn’t old news.

  • SVH Beatbox
    SVH Beatbox Day ago

    Apples turn brown when they are in the open air for too long. But in a vacuum it doesn't turn brown. What if you make applejuice in a vacuum, will it be a yellowish or brownish colour, or the same colour as the apple????

  • Catherine Reyna
    Catherine Reyna Day ago

    My munchkin wants yall to try lollipops in the vacuum. she thinks they will melt or catch on fire. :D

  • SonofZeus1998
    SonofZeus1998 Day ago

    What about meat and fish ?

  • Eddie Boyle
    Eddie Boyle Day ago

    Sooo you're just canning food?

  • Thanasis Ballas
    Thanasis Ballas Day ago +1

    Its inpossible to have 100% vacuume,Am I right?

  • Skyclad fey
    Skyclad fey Day ago

    Canning for nerds

  • scootman
    scootman Day ago

    what would happen if you put bubble wrap in a vacuum chamber

  • kittykat0132
    kittykat0132 Day ago

    I would love to see a UK version of this all the additives and preservatives in the USA made The food look ok

  • Elvanance TN
    Elvanance TN Day ago

    Cross contamenation from touching rotten bread with the rest?

  • Srbija 21
    Srbija 21 Day ago

    What would happen if galium was in the vacuum

    • Lone Wolf
      Lone Wolf Day ago

      Probably nothing, unless the temperature got above 30 C.

  • Jersey
    Jersey Day ago

    You will never achieve 100% vacuum conditions like this... It would be much more scientificaly accurate if you used better sealed containers and proper gas that would better simulate the vaccum-like conditions on Earth.

  • Anand Sebastian
    Anand Sebastian Day ago

    Can electricity jump through a vacuum?

  • Danny Tan
    Danny Tan Day ago

    What will happen if you put your phone in vacuum chamber

  • Danny Tan
    Danny Tan Day ago

    Can fire burn inside vacuum chamber

    • Lone Wolf
      Lone Wolf Day ago

      "Fire is ionized air" is too facile a statement. You can have ionized air without fire, dipwad.

    • LongLostWraith
      LongLostWraith Day ago

      Fire as we know it is *air* plasma in particular. And plasma is super-heated ionized gas. Therefore, fire is ionized air.

    • Lone Wolf
      Lone Wolf Day ago

      Fire is plasma.

    • LongLostWraith
      LongLostWraith Day ago

      Fire is ionized air, so of course not.

  • Danny Tan
    Danny Tan Day ago

    Can u explode a watermelon in the vacuum chamber

  • Danny Tan
    Danny Tan Day ago

    can you use the vacuum chamber to open a bottle or a container?

  • Lesterooo Parilla

    but the molds show that there still some moisture left inside the jar? which also means the vacuum jars are not actually vacuumed?

  • Nero Lowell
    Nero Lowell Day ago

    And what happen if you put metal object in a vacuum chamber that not attached the jar and heat/freeze the outer jar would the metal object get the influence of the heat/cold?

  • Chris Welcome
    Chris Welcome Day ago +2

    None of these foods turned out like Walter White, so I think the experiment is a success

  • JPITFTKD
    JPITFTKD Day ago

    Now drink a protein shake in your car. Leave a small amount in the shaker, put in under your carseat and leave it there for a week. Now smell it.

  • SugarRay2
    SugarRay2 Day ago

    Why have gloves n handle mouldy bread then pick up crisps afterwards?

  • Munawara Daud
    Munawara Daud Day ago

    there is something to do with the humidity in some foods..

  • bladewolf VII
    bladewolf VII Day ago

    Pretty much the expected result. It proofs that drying food and then putting it into a vacuum could probably last forever.

  • Trid
    Trid Day ago

    Lmao you couldn't even maintain a seal for a tiny fraction of what grandmas can do

  • 237homer238
    237homer238 Day ago

    sponsored by product

  • Gse Gse
    Gse Gse Day ago

    apple has wax on it...

  • Morgan Flaherty
    Morgan Flaherty Day ago

    I hope they sponsor you

  • Morgan Flaherty
    Morgan Flaherty Day ago

    I'm eating Lay's that flavor right now

  • snatchadams69
    snatchadams69 Day ago

    Hmmm the dry foods worked better because no moisture shocker there but why drill holes into the lids I mean clearly those jars were vacuum sealed with stuff inside them when he bought them right?

  • Dark Dementor
    Dark Dementor Day ago

    What would happen if you burned liquid nitrogen?

  • TheNewEpic
    TheNewEpic Day ago

    Freeze Dry

  • DRajtify
    DRajtify Day ago

    Freeze drying AND vacuum sealing is the superior way to store food.

  • XxAuraMoonXx
    XxAuraMoonXx Day ago +1

    woah...................

  • MYSTERIOUS ANGEL

    You know instead of eating the marshmallow u could have just give it to me..

  • Bruno Miranda
    Bruno Miranda Day ago

    Have you changed the gloves during the test results? Otherwise, you did eat a little of the mold of that bread... 🤢
    Nice experiment... i liked it a lot! 👍👍👍👍👍👍

  • Ball Python
    Ball Python Day ago

    this could have been a 5 minute video

  • Nick C
    Nick C Day ago

    Uh, if what causes premature cell death is oxidation, then you're still going to get oxidation with the oxygen in the container, not to mention moisture in the container. That said, sealing the food in a container may slow the decay, but it's still subject to the same forces. Freezing probably works better than vacuum sealing across years of time, but I guess you have to define "go bad." birth of bad bacteria cultures multiplying? Loss of flavor/nutrient? All of this will happen in transition/state change over time, you don't have to do this experience to know how atoms/cells work.

  • Erwin Acobe
    Erwin Acobe Day ago

    Total fail, no vacuum retention at all 😑

  • Deadgutz
    Deadgutz Day ago

    there was a bug in the bottom left of screen crawling at 3:25

  • Lateralus 2001
    Lateralus 2001 Day ago

    Try this experiment again but this time, refrigerate it

  • Bill Nye The Cosby Guy

    Rip electricity bill

  • onnie Ferris
    onnie Ferris Day ago

    OK, here's a sequel. Which keeps a vacuum better: (1) your piece of rubber over the hole or (2) the bell jar lid that is designed to hold a vacuum anyway?

  • KJB Cancrii
    KJB Cancrii Day ago

    Why am I watching this? I should be sleeping, I have school tomorrow!

  • jul123 it's awesome
    jul123 it's awesome 2 days ago

    That's kind of how fermentation happens. Anaerobic respiration

  • Ben Bates
    Ben Bates 2 days ago

    You should have just used the seals on the Mason jar instead of drilling a hole. They're designed to keep a vacuum seal.

  • Emily Brandt
    Emily Brandt 2 days ago

    All this did was make me hungry 😂

  • raphaelsolo
    raphaelsolo 2 days ago

    So what we can take away from this is mold can thrive in a vacuum.

  • Ayden Nichols
    Ayden Nichols 2 days ago

    1945 I bet there will be flying cars




    2018……

  • Ayden Nichols
    Ayden Nichols 2 days ago

    The *new gas chamber*

  • Amreet Bhusal
    Amreet Bhusal 2 days ago

    What happens to the conductivity of saltwater when it is put inside vaccum chamber??

  • Ninjastar067
    Ninjastar067 2 days ago

    what happens if you put fire near a ice and keep the ice solid???

  • Michael steffen
    Michael steffen 2 days ago

    You have to freeze it too fucktards

  • Gus Bus
    Gus Bus 2 days ago

    Yes otherwise everything would be stored in vacuumed

  • TheAntiTrope
    TheAntiTrope 2 days ago

    So long as there is moisture involved, eventually it will go off. Air isn't the big problem, it is moisture. If you thoroughly dried all of these things and then vacuum sealed them they would probably last until the return.

  • Bruno J
    Bruno J 2 days ago

    You have no idea what you talking about, using vacuum to keep food conserved doesn’t work with food that have too much moisture. Putting something on vacuum doesn’t mean it’s not going to rot.

  • Starslash Everything

    If you put any edibles in a container completely filled with CO2, the conditions will be microbe-destroying and it will almost NEVER go bad

  • psovegeta
    psovegeta 2 days ago

    I think it depends on certain foods. You'd expect there to be some sort of live active cultures that get trapped inside, it will still spoil.

  • denisse perdomo
    denisse perdomo 2 days ago

    Wait, is he letting the air inside the vacuum with the food inside?

  • Roast mania
    Roast mania 2 days ago

    What will happen if we keep salt in vacuum

  • Iguana ITunes
    Iguana ITunes 2 days ago

    6:53 pro pranks

  • Sean Monroe
    Sean Monroe 2 days ago

    In this video the bacteria still grows in a vacuum. I wonder if bacteria that makes yogurt grows faster in a vacuum compared to the normal process.

  • Salvador Rodríguez
    Salvador Rodríguez 2 days ago

    The problem is that most foods contain water then when subjected to vacuum the water evaporates and refills the small jars with oxygen that is why more mold was created in the food in the vacuum jars

  • Jay R
    Jay R 2 days ago

    These poeple are so bored

  • Richard hubley
    Richard hubley 2 days ago

    What fast food burger stays edible the longest?

  • Jacob Osler
    Jacob Osler 2 days ago

    What happens when you mix liquid gasses

  • EfecanDarca
    EfecanDarca 2 days ago

    Can you put boron in the vacuum chamber

  • Huwmish .G
    Huwmish .G 2 days ago

    My ocd went into overdrive when he showed the piece of paper with the youtube comment on it.

  • Driftyboi234568
    Driftyboi234568 2 days ago

    Cool 😎.

  • Managobinda Nayak
    Managobinda Nayak 2 days ago

    6:43 😂😂😂😂 had me dying 😂😂

  • Cadogantes
    Cadogantes 2 days ago

    You call this... thing... bread!? Shame!

  • Coderjoy
    Coderjoy 2 days ago

    I have been curious about dry nitrogen as a food preservative... like the potato chips. I'd like to see a do-over with nitrogen infused jars.

  • Dogtor Colmillo
    Dogtor Colmillo 2 days ago

    2 words... Anaerobic bateriums...

  • Brad Barclay
    Brad Barclay 2 days ago +9

    As others have said, the rubber valve wasn't necessary -- the lid is already a valve! The rim of the jar is the hole, the flat part of the lid is the valve, and the ring is akin to the tape you used. You just put a valve on top of a valve! :D

    • Brad Barclay
      Brad Barclay Day ago +1

      @Predated O: and you're still wrong. No air re-enters the jar; if it did, it wouldn't seal. Putting a mason jar with a snap lid into a vacuum chamber like in the video, the jar would be completely sealed once vacuum is achieved in the vacuum vessel. No air is going to get in as soon as the outer vacuum is released -- the jar is already sealed at this point.

    • Predated O
      Predated O Day ago

      Brad Barclay I dont see how you unknowingly agree with me and still dont get it. Let me try to make it clear:
      *once* they are sealed
      a smaller hole allows for less air to enter *(which is already very small).* I said I was going into a technicality
      the lid is just ever so slightly *loosely* on the jar, just as the rubber is on the hole
      which is immediately *once* under vacuum
      What you dont seem to get that, even though its less than the blink of an eye, there is a time frame where air gets into the jar. A larger area simply means more air. The closure of both parts is equal. This means that the jar he prepared has extra air which under regular atmosphere would be roughly the size of 1 singular dry rice where the regular jar has extra air which under regular atmosphere would be roughly the size of 2-3 singular cooked rice. Which, considering the size of the jar, is merely a technicality.

    • Brad Barclay
      Brad Barclay 2 days ago +1

      @Predated O: and I'm telling you the rubberized compound used in modern mason jar lid flats doesn't let ANY air in once they are sealed, which is immediately once under vacuum.

    • Predated O
      Predated O 2 days ago

      Brad Barclay so? I would need to pry the lid off if it was 0.1 atmosphere, I also would need to pry it off at 0.2 atmosphere. My point was that a smaller hole allows for less air to enter(which is already very small). I said I was going into a technicality. Just because its sealed doesnt mean it contains no air.

  • Den SHERMIL
    Den SHERMIL 2 days ago

    bad vacuuming friend. Great potion of air must have got inside of it within a day, and within two days, there hadn't been any vacuum at all ;), you had a just closed container, nothing else :P

  • Said Zzed
    Said Zzed 2 days ago

    So we don't need fridge anymore...

  • Micah Alexei
    Micah Alexei 2 days ago +3

    What happens if you throw hot water at very very cold weather pls pick my text

  • Elaina Smith
    Elaina Smith 2 days ago

    Try dehydrating a bunch of things

  • Jae Bevel
    Jae Bevel 2 days ago

    Those jar lids do exactly what you're trying to accomplish with the rubber.

  • Andrei Resetnic
    Andrei Resetnic 2 days ago

    I am just wondering, what did you expect chips and biscuits to become after 2 weeks? hhhmmm?

  • KADE KEELING
    KADE KEELING 2 days ago

    Little did Nate know... that it was Grant the whole time! Lol😂

  • Michael Rush
    Michael Rush 2 days ago

    Leave crisps in a fridge. They last for months. Or if your a yank then potato chips.

  • gary.
    gary. 2 days ago

    Why do marshmallow collapse ?

  • radry100
    radry100 2 days ago

    King of shitdom