Will Food GO BAD in a Vacuum Chamber?

  • Published on Sep 30, 2018
  • Today we're seeing if putting different types of food in vacuum chambers can keep them from going bad after a month!
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  • Anurag Mondal
    Anurag Mondal Day ago

    what happens if you make a mixture of soap and cheese and then boil it up?

  • Banan Darwich
    Banan Darwich 2 days ago

    Anaerobic bacteria and mold would grow in vaccum, that's why the bread is moldy, the apples are probably alcoholic at this point. Technically speaking, if you put sweet fruit juice in a vaccum sealed container, you'd get wine. Getting the right temperature might be a little tricky.

  • BlueSteakMan Flesh
    BlueSteakMan Flesh 2 days ago

    Be careful the non-aerobic moulds that you may have grown in the vacuums are very bad from you.

  • Pat Lyn
    Pat Lyn 2 days ago

    Hole In the top not needed next time just set the lid on it they have a seal on the lid

  • Akinoluwa Adeyemi-Doro

    what happens if you put an animal or plant in a vacuum?

  • Bob Newhart
    Bob Newhart 2 days ago

    As you lower the pressure, you lower the boiling point. In a 30 inch vacuum water will boil at 7F.

  • danny nyman
    danny nyman 2 days ago

    This is basically how canning works

  • Andreas Heinrichs
    Andreas Heinrichs 3 days ago

    Anybody can explain, why he use gloves for to put that bad food in his mouth?

  • Caroline Balkon
    Caroline Balkon 3 days ago

    How come he(TKoR) didn't do that, open containers in vacuum chamber? That would been third test...don't you think? I kind agree with glenbe but there issue with idea no gas escape no policy of knowing if open and close and snack on it policy.

  • vicenteroj
    vicenteroj 3 days ago

    Non of the containers held dude

  • SavingPrivateBob
    SavingPrivateBob 4 days ago

    Would pizza go bad if it was forever slowly heated in an oven?

  • Meow2U
    Meow2U 4 days ago

    every video is sponsered by elilcetrical tape 😆🤣😆🤣

    P.S. i cant spell 😢

  • Jonnie Neuhart
    Jonnie Neuhart 4 days ago

    Will honey preserve the shelf life of food ? How long

  • Isaac Lewan
    Isaac Lewan 4 days ago

    Just leave the cap ring loose over the lid and the lid will self seal. Why destroy the lid by drilling a hole in it? Why reinvent the wheel?

  • bertha washington
    bertha washington 4 days ago

    What happens when you put a balloon ( helium or no) in a vacuum? And liquor vs wine and perfume vs cologne vs air freshener?

  • Old Frugal One Hyper-Drive Movement

    Why you chose to drill holes in the jar tops I don't understand. Canning lids have a rubber seal on them already and all you needed to do was keep the lid and ring loose. It would have sealed when you released the chamber vacuum.Also you pulled a vacuum on the jars but since you cant get a perfect vacuum here on earth without some very expensive equipment - you should have added an O2 absorber in the jars to remove any trace of O2. It's the O2 that results in mold growth.I keep many things in vacuum sealed jars. (With an O2 absorber) Pasta, crackers, cereal, and the list goes on. Bread is a hard one to keep long term. Best to pack the flour and make your own when needed. There is one brand of canned bread and it will keep for about 5 years.Otherwise it was a fun video. Thanks.

  • Rafal Scrapper
    Rafal Scrapper 4 days ago

    cool experiments guys tho isn´t the reason people pasteurise theres products ???

  • ExTiNcT GTArmex
    ExTiNcT GTArmex 4 days ago +1

    9:20 not so smart
    You touched mold which attached mold spores to your glove then ate from it... kinda ruins the whole purpose of gloves

  • Justin Sevens
    Justin Sevens 4 days ago

    Not bad

  • MRdoA77
    MRdoA77 4 days ago

    You shouldnt have to poke a hole and just set the lid on top of the jars. Theyll float until you dump vacuum and stay seated well enough to put the retainer ring on.

  • 石尸丹丁丹廾彐丁囗 中仈丹仁片囗

    How about lids closed without vacuum? Missed that one

  • Void Null
    Void Null 5 days ago

    *Wears gloves to touch them, but puts the food inside the mouth* Slow claps 👏👏👏

  • Alka Games
    Alka Games 5 days ago

    Put a cheeto puff in vacuum chamber

  • Sherlock Homeboy
    Sherlock Homeboy 5 days ago

    wow....how did tge bread get moldy without air?

  • terence w
    terence w 5 days ago

    u cant create a vacuum when there is moisture. the liquid will turn into gas and pressure will rise

  • Lynn Durbin
    Lynn Durbin 5 days ago

    Be careful I have known of people in microbiology labs take a sniff test and die.

  • Glen Be
    Glen Be 6 days ago +10

    For a true comparison there should have been a third group stored in jars, with the lids on but with no vacuum.

  • James Bamford
    James Bamford 6 days ago

    If an object is in a vacuum and it makes a noise, can you hear that noise outside of the container that is in a vacuum?

  • Donald Smith
    Donald Smith 6 days ago

    Did you know that there are things made to put vacuum in a jar without drilling a hole in the lids. It slips over the top of the jar with the lid and ring on it. It is made to cold can things.

  • LiveLoop
    LiveLoop 6 days ago

    would a human live for ever inside a vacuum?

    • Random Dude
      Random Dude 5 days ago

      If humans were placed in vaccum, your lungs will go flat and you'll die instantly

  • Gachalifeluv :v
    Gachalifeluv :v 6 days ago

    Can a cat fit in a cup

  • Jared Sanders
    Jared Sanders 6 days ago

    Honestly with those mason jars, you didn’t need to drill the hole. Just put the cap on without the screw part. Air will evacuate and it will stay sealed. Then screw on the top when you remove it

  • ItzMikeOmg
    ItzMikeOmg 6 days ago +1

    All you had to do was heat the jars and it`d worked better than poking holes in the tops.

  • Travis Stratton
    Travis Stratton 6 days ago +1

    Doesn't the entire food industry do vacuum pack as of 30 years ago?

  • Dabunny Rabbit
    Dabunny Rabbit 6 days ago +1

    Why not do the tape thing with the lid of the jar.
    They are made for exactly what you are doing.

  • Eric Sun
    Eric Sun 6 days ago

    great way to squeeze apple juice

  • Aelwyn Ascendant
    Aelwyn Ascendant 6 days ago +1

    There is so much wrong with this experiment that it serves absolutely no purpose other than braindead youtube watching.

  • fenrirgg
    fenrirgg 7 days ago

    Dem fungus can survive in the mesosphere air density!

  • Zachary Rosenfeld
    Zachary Rosenfeld 7 days ago

    Where did you come up with the number of $25?

  • RIPjkripper
    RIPjkripper 7 days ago +3

    I have the stomach flu.. WHY AM I WATCHING THIS

    • White Energy Werdum
      White Energy Werdum 5 days ago +1

      I getting over the stomach bug rn also. RIP my gym gains.. literally down the toilet

    • Dabunny Rabbit
      Dabunny Rabbit 6 days ago +1

      You need to evacuate.

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  • Avery Dent
    Avery Dent 7 days ago +1

    Put a Balloon in the vacuum chamber

  • steelfalconx2000
    steelfalconx2000 7 days ago +1

    Interesting that bacteria can grow in a vacuum.

    • Michelle Larivee
      Michelle Larivee 6 days ago +1

      One of the basic principles of microbiology

    • Michelle Larivee
      Michelle Larivee 6 days ago +1

      steelfalconx2000 there are different types of bacteria. Anaerobic and aerobic and they can be facultative and non facultative

  • Lekhotla Maleke
    Lekhotla Maleke 7 days ago +1

    It is definitely doubtful that the rubber can maintain the vacuum for four weeks. It is way too imperfect and air particles can easily squeeze into the jars over such a long time.
    It would be really interesting to see what happens if it was maintained in a perfect vacuum.

  • Jeffrey Gordon
    Jeffrey Gordon 7 days ago

    The canning jars would have worked just fine without the hole. Their lids already have a rubber ring around them.

  • Ricky Phu
    Ricky Phu 8 days ago +1

    Will ice cream still be frozen in space?

  • yooseon hwang
    yooseon hwang 8 days ago

    I thought it was kind of obvious that moisture in closed jars doesn't go away

  • Ilona Mikhov
    Ilona Mikhov 8 days ago +2

    I have always wondered this!
    Only I wondered if flesh would rot...

  • Billy Corners
    Billy Corners 8 days ago +2

    So why did you bother to drill holes into the mason jar lids? The lid already can hold a seal if you do it the correct way.

  • Billy Corners
    Billy Corners 8 days ago

    Louis Pasteur was the genesis of these experiments that lead to pasteurization.

  • Facundo Mogor
    Facundo Mogor 8 days ago

    I need a vacuum pump they seems to be lots of fun! .D

  • Silver Fang
    Silver Fang 8 days ago

    What happens if a geode is kept in a vaccum chamber

  • G P
    G P 8 days ago +1

    try to vacum elmers glue super glue hot glue

  • F U
    F U 8 days ago

    if i live in a vacuum i will not age, awesome.

  • Kyle Aegis
    Kyle Aegis 9 days ago

    Repeat the experiment. Use a mechanism to measure loss of vacuum. Irradiate food that will be stored in vacuum. Test multiple lengths of time.

  • Jame$
    Jame$ 9 days ago

    bro touched mold den ate a chip.

  • Husky Ruski
    Husky Ruski 9 days ago

    man im so hungry

  • Clorox bleach. A bottle more useful than you think

    Why is this ugly noodle head here?

  • Jessica bock
    Jessica bock 9 days ago

    These jars have to be boiled and cooled to be sealed and you need to take away all of the moisture .

  • Max Archer
    Max Archer 9 days ago

    4:55 is when they start putting the food in the vacuum chanber

    HJFISHING 9 days ago

    Will a bouncy ball still bounce if they get put in liquid nitrogen or will it break

  • ROB P
    ROB P 9 days ago

    I knew this wasn't going to work.

  • Bob Lolo
    Bob Lolo 9 days ago

    Your jars were under some sort of vacuum for no longueur than an hour . . .

  • B Ware
    B Ware 9 days ago

    Should have put a test marshmallow in each jar to be sure your not losing vacuum slowly over time and a lil mold on bread never hurt anyone haha

  • snoozinghipo
    snoozinghipo 10 days ago

    Mould grew in a vacuum without oxygen?

  • Jasmine Chen
    Jasmine Chen 10 days ago +1

    What is the difference of a 1 star rated vacuum sealer v.s. a 5 star rated vacuum sealer?

  • David Snyder
    David Snyder 10 days ago

    C- Botulinum.

  • xeeshan jalani
    xeeshan jalani 10 days ago

    the real question is, why are you poking and touching mouldy food and then using the same hands to eat crisps (chips)

  • Cesar
    Cesar 10 days ago

    There should have been a third test group. That being testing the quality immediately after depressurization to know if that had any immediate effects.

  • Lord Krythic
    Lord Krythic 10 days ago

    Sometimes I like to lay down in the shower and pee straight up into the air.

  • Cruz Ortiz
    Cruz Ortiz 10 days ago

    Your jars didn’t hold vacuum during the whole test!

  • Krage the Exopuff
    Krage the Exopuff 10 days ago

    Vacuum a fly

  • Sacred Sun
    Sacred Sun 10 days ago

    Vacuum sealed containers while great for some items, only extend the life of a food by a few days for others. As noted by the video. So if you use vacuum sealed containers in the fridge don't expect it to keep for weeks. Not to mention a majority of pop top sealed containers really do not seal as well as you think.

  • shakie1234567890
    shakie1234567890 10 days ago +2

    a lot bacteria also can only exclusively grow with the absence of oxygen btw...
    they're called Obligate anaerobe germs and generally are more pathogenic than those who can metabolize oxygen

  • Yenzo
    Yenzo 11 days ago

    so, do you know the definition of vacuum? not seen in any of your jars..

  • Brabus 76
    Brabus 76 11 days ago

    How bout a year 2 open' em!!??

  • angel figueroa
    angel figueroa 11 days ago

    You can't call it perfect vacuum. You only applied rough vacuum

  • Roberta Caldwell
    Roberta Caldwell 11 days ago

    You should put cow meat inthe vacume chamber and leav the other one not in it.

  • Penguinox
    Penguinox 11 days ago

    why would you compare it to open food? Nobody leaves food like that

  • #lyssa
    #lyssa 11 days ago

    is there a difference in sand from around the world?

  • Jeremiah Smith
    Jeremiah Smith 11 days ago

    Maybe the food will just go bad slower like food that is sealed with a vacuum when you bought it already 😱 maybe idk. Jw

  • TJ Nevada
    TJ Nevada 11 days ago +1

    Have third group following canning procedures.

  • Yacq Rendiere
    Yacq Rendiere 11 days ago

    Put them all in the stove

  • Hudson Caceres
    Hudson Caceres 12 days ago

    Should have used another control group that was just the materials without chillin in the jars. Straight outta them boxes

  • rindel donnet
    rindel donnet 12 days ago

    Is this guy vegan or something so skinny

  • Scotty McScott
    Scotty McScott 12 days ago

    10K dislikes? Why?

  • Donald Carolus
    Donald Carolus 12 days ago

    do you think if you would have left the vacuun pump on the chamber longer (to allow more moisture to boil and be removed) would have changed the results?

  • Forest Gameing
    Forest Gameing 12 days ago

    Will ice melt in a vacuum chamber ??

  • HavePassportWillTravel

    Do you know if foods with a higher moisture content like the apples and the bread will grow mold if you put something in the jar to absorb the excess moisture?

  • Jeff Barnes
    Jeff Barnes 12 days ago

    You can eat mold,cheese is mold.

  • John Thicc
    John Thicc 12 days ago

    0:13 fortnite hammer?

  • Joshua Bell
    Joshua Bell 12 days ago +46

    You know those jars are made to make a vacuum by boiling them and then cooling them.

    • Matt D
      Matt D 8 days ago +7

      Yeah, they literally re-engineered the function of the canning lid. They could have just set the lid on and been fine.

  • Jim Adler
    Jim Adler 12 days ago

    using 2 separate apples is a vital error in the control group. just use both apples or just 1 apple but not 2 apples seperated

  • Alec Picard
    Alec Picard 12 days ago

    Its not a true vacuum if theres mold. There needs to be oxygen for decay or mold to occur

  • Dylan Weiss
    Dylan Weiss 12 days ago

    That’s literally how you get botulism, botulinum clostridium exists naturally but flourishes in anaerobic environments.

  • Jabberwocky
    Jabberwocky 12 days ago +2

    There would still be perfect vacuum with flexseal.

  • Peter Seidel
    Peter Seidel 12 days ago

    Yeah well. That's why you shouldn't skip science classes. This experiment is totally worthless and failed for a multitute of reasons

  • Green Str1ke
    Green Str1ke 12 days ago

    1:50 Air literally contains about 75% nitrogen. So it's not that big of a difference

    • Edward
      Edward 12 days ago

      Green Str1ke the reason it is full of nitrogen is so that there is no oxygen for decay microorganisms to respire with.

  • Joven Mangges
    Joven Mangges 12 days ago

    Wait, molds can survive in a vacuum?

  • Sam Labo
    Sam Labo 12 days ago

    Dude, most Walmart sell vacuum sealer bags and machines