Hi, my name’s Tom Cote and I am the Food Snot – so today I’m here with my lovely wife Renae and today we are paying homage to our absolute favorite …
Hi, my name’s Tom Cote and I am the Food Snot – so today I’m here with my lovely wife Renae and today we are paying homage to our absolute favorite …
Hi, my name’s Tom Cote and I am the Food Snot – so today I’m here with my lovely wife Renae and today we are paying
homage to our absolute favorite food channels. We watch a lot of channels – a
lot of food channels and we like a lot of them but these are our absolute favorite –
so don’t get offended if you’re not on here and we watch you. I’m sorry we’re just
doing our favorites okay? So in our opinion – these are the best YouTube food
review channels. It’s time for Food Snot it’s just a hint of Mountain Dew on the
back end – the star of this is the Doritos they actually – when cooked – they’re a little spicy. There’s the side view. You see the half brownie and then the cookie – so wish me luck. alright so let’s pull one of these wings out. This one is loaded with the dry rub as you can see nice and flaky – smells like paprika. Mmmm the cheese sauce is nice and warm. Yummy – this is good. simple – that’s the key. K.I.S.S. – keep it simple stupid this is straight out heaven right now. One more hit because this is ridiculous So it looks like they put real ice cream – soft serve ice cream in – put some Oreo bits in and they blend it all up – put some whip cream on top – more Oreo crumble on the top as well a Quarter Pounder with Cheese BLT which stands for bacon, lettuce and tomato – I bet you didn’t know that! This is the same price as the Boss Wrap Supreme was .. Look at the size of this thing! I mean it’s like 3 pounds! they just cut up a chicken breast without seasoning it .. cooked it up – but just didn’t season it at all and just chopped it up in little cubes tossed it up in there – ahh get in there – we don’t want you – get in there. Sno Balls – kinda squashed Sno Balls but I’m sure they’ll still taste the same. That’s what happens to Twinkies in the mail That’s what it looks like. Ben & Jerry’s is awesome. there’s only a few favors that are just okay, like a low 4 or 3 but Ben & Jerry’s is almost always completely & utterly awesome so let’s try this thing out. That flat bread is so dry – it’s like the
Sahara Desert – I might take one more bite with the flat bread and then I think
that’s it. Nah, wasn’t good. they actually do taste like Mountain Dew. It’s really really weird – Here we go this one will be a big old bite of sauce. So it will be interesting to see what actually is inside – some kind of wrap there by the look of that looks like there is an original This smells like a warm nacho dorito. That’s what it smells like – exactly like that. so that was fun right Renae? Yes. so we’re going to put their links down below in the description – you guys should go subscribe to them all or whatever ones you thought were great – I love them all it’s required – so do that and in the
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Today on Food Snot we are going to play with our food .. Sno Balls from Hostess It’s time for Food Snot Hi, I’m Tom Cote and I am the Food …
Today on Food Snot we are going to play
with our food .. Sno Balls from Hostess It’s time for Food Snot Hi, I’m Tom Cote and I am the Food Snot. hey you guys.. first off we want to thank you guys
because we hit 10,000 subscribers because of you guys – thank you it’s all about you not us – if you guys watch a lot of other food reviewers you’ll know that we’re a little different – we don’t exactly
do things the way everybody does it. or anybody does it. or anybody does it – So today, what we want to do is, we want to just play with our food because we’ve got – I’ve cut in half so nicely … Sno Balls – here – thank you – and Renae loves Sno Balls – But me? I can’t stand them. but I’m going to try them – we’ll
do a really quick review – are you ready? Go I hate them – there’s coconut in every tooth. Can’t stand it. (Renae mumbles with mouth full) So good. To me, a sno ball is just something to throw around the house – it doesn’t do it for me – I’m going to get that sno-ball. Do you think the kids will notice I threw this on the floor? Ewww look there’s hair on it. Oh those poor kids. Those poor kids. When I was a kid we used to take Hostess Sno Balls and put them under tires because on the East Coast where it’s very humid they would stick to the tire as you rolled away Did you really do that? We really did do it yeah. But I’ve heard in the West Coast where we are – we’re in the desert – I’ve
heard that they don’t stick to the tire so we’re gonna take one of these outside
and see what it does to a tire in the desert ok so here’s what I learned about
running over the Sno Ball. In Connecticut, the entire marshmallow and most of the
cake stayed on the tire and turned along with the tires. But here it pulled the marshmallow off and the cake just got mushed into the ground. So there is a difference between
a desert Sno Ball roll over and an East Coast Sno Ball roll over. You should
submit this study to one of those scientific magazines. yeah, Popular Mechanics or something So I guess the bottom line according to me. A Sno Ball is a toy. A Sno Ball is something you take it to bed – you cuddle with it. You throw it around the room. You just grab it out of somebody’s hand and eat it. But
it’s not edible to me .. but Renae my lovely wife. Hiiii she thinks it’s great. But the good news
about this is that we ran over the Sno Ball that had the hair on it, from
the carpet, so the kids won’t be eating that one. We might even let them eat the other pack we bought. You know what we should do? What’s that. We should tell them if they clean up the Sno Ball from the driveway – they get one that is not driveway smashed. Do we make them eat the one that was on the driveway or just clean it up? Well we have 3 kids and only 2 Sno Balls so .. Alright, whomever is the worst kid after school – doesn’t do their homework or something they’ll eat the one on the driveway the other kids will get the new one – that’s fair right? You gotta
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♪ [theme]>>Charlsie:This isMarketplace. Putting your favourite fast food chicken sandwich to the test. How much of it is really chicken?>>They’ve restructured it and kind of reformed it.>>Not all of the samples …
♪ [theme]>>Charlsie:This isMarketplace. Putting your favourite fast food chicken sandwich to the test. How much of it is really chicken?>>They’ve restructured it and kind of reformed it.>>Not all of the samples that you’ve had in front of you are 100 per cent chicken.>>Wow.>>You’re kidding!>>Charlsie: And what’s the fast food industry feeding us?>>Compared to the home cooked chicken, the fast food chicken has between seven to ten times the amount of sodium.>>Charlsie: Get ready for the ultimate chicken challenge. On yourmarketplace.[ ♪♪ ]>>Charlsie:We’re testingchicken from popularfast food chains.Can I have one of those grilled chicken sandwiches, please.Not the deep-fried stuff,the grilled no-batter stuff.Is it 100% chicken?>>Yes.>>Charlsie:Check out the pitchfrom all the big brands.Surely if you’re thinking it’sall natural and all justchicken, but is it?♪ ♪To find out,we turned to science.♪ ♪Matt Harnden is a technicianat Trent University.His labs tested meatsamples for industryand government.How?Analyzing DNA>>Hi, Matt.>>Hi.>>Which is why we’re here.♪ ♪>>Will a DNA test tell us how much chicken is actually in the chicken?>>It’ll give you a rough estimate of a ratio.>>It will give us a rough estimate.>>Between chicken DNA and a plant DNA, if there’s plants.>>Charlsie:DNA tests won’tgive us an exact percentageof the amount of chickenin the whole piece of chicken,but Matt says it’sa good indicator.This idea then, that if you’re not getting 100 per cent chicken DNA, does that mean that you’re not getting 100 per cent actual chicken meat?>>Yeah, exactly. So there’d be a legitimate chicken in there mixed together with some plant filler. ♪ ♪>>Yup.If there’s something else inthere, besides chicken,the DNA test will find it.♪ ♪Matt and his team get to work.The samples we’re testing,grilled chicken breasts,grilled strips,and this oven roasted chicken.While we wait forthe lab results…♪ ♪Back atCBC,we’re setting upa another test.A taste test.♪ ♪ It’s a chicken challenge. We’re bringing in taste testers to judge this chicken. Let’s meet them. ♪ ♪>>Lunch time, baby. Let’s go.>>Charlsie:Will Mahood isserious aboutSubway. >>..cucumbers and black olives.It’s pretty wellalways chicken,it’s a little leaner, less fat,no sugar in it.You’re getting a little better quality than say, you know, a typical fast food chain likeMcDonald’s.>>Charlsie:Will trusts he’sgetting the real deal chicken. I expect that it’s going to be 100 per cent chicken breast. And that’s lunch, folks. ♪ ♪>>Where do you guys want to eat?>>McDonald’s!>>Charlsie:Fast food givesthis busy mom a break.>>They have the grilled chicken burgers.>>Charlsie:Rose Heron feelsbetter about chicken.>>Worker:Chicken wrap?>>Yes, grilled chicken.>>Charlsie:And so doesher son, Daniel.>>I think the chicken burger is a healthier option, not as much sodium and all that bad stuff in it.>>Rose:If we’re goingto eat fast food,better that we eatchicken, right?♪ ♪>>I’m ready for a snack.>>Charlsie:Irena Valenta likesto treat herself.Her go-to:Wendy’s.>>Can I have the grilled chicken sandwich. Do you know if it’s frozen or fresh.>>It’s fresh.>>Charlsie:Irena has highblood pressure, so she’s careful.>>I’m watching salt, the fat content. Hmm. That’s good. ♪ ♪>>Sample A.>>Charlsie:Our taste test isabout to get started.>>Sample C. ♪ ♪ Sample F.Our judges are standing byoutside our studio.♪ ♪>>Houston, we have lift-off.>>Charlsie:Here tospice things upToronto chef, Rod Bowers.>>Welcome to our test kitchen.>>Thank you.>>Charlsie:And to fill us inon the nutrition facts,registered dietician,Christy Brissette.>>Rod, we’re also going to have you put a little twist into this competition. What we want you to do is cook off some chicken. We’re going to see if our testers can spot the home-cooked chicken from the fast food chicken.>>I got to bring my gourmet.>>A-game.>>Let’s do it, let’s make it happen. ♪ ♪>>I’m going to put a little bit of love in here. And it’s very simple. It’s just, you know what, it’s actually just some dried herbs and a little bit of salt. That’s all you need, right?>>Well take a look at your competition here. These are our samples.>>I think I am well out in front of this chicken game.>>Charlsie:To keep this tastetest blind and unbiased,we’re stripping it down.Only we knowthe brands behind the buns.Well, all of our samples have been undressed, but there’s still one plate, that’s looking for a little love.>>Da,da,duh. Duh, duh, duuuuh. I’m ready, come on.>>Bring it on. ♪ ♪>>Alright, final sample is in. You guys ready to meet the testers?>>Let’s do it.>>Bring ’em on.>>Alright, taste testers, come on down! ♪ ♪ Charlsie:Rose, Daniel,Will, and Irena.All fast foodies, about tofind out what they’re in for.>>Welcome, welcome. You guys are here for the chicken taste test challenge. Are you guys up for the challenge?>>Yeah.>>Let’s eat some chicken.>>Yeah. ♪ ♪>>Charlsie:We startwith sample A.Rose, there you are.A&WDig right in. ♪ ♪>>Tender.>>Charlsie: Tender. yeah.>>Better than I thought.>>Yeah.>>Mine was more rubbery.>>I found it a lot rubbery.>>You find it rubbery?>>Yes, mine’s dry. ♪ ♪>>There you are, sir.>>Thank you.>>Charlsie:Next up,McDonalds. ♪ ♪>>This one was juicier.>>I find mine a bit stringy.>>Stringy, okay.>>Yeah, I’d agree with that.>>Seemed to be juicier.>>Charlsie:Here comesSubway’s first sample.>>What’s that?>>Irena’s face is priceless.>>What’s got you there , Irena? What are you thinking?>>Is it real?>>Charlsie: Is it real, okay.>>It looks like the grill marks are there just to make it look like it was grilled.>>Yes.>>Charlsie:Hmmmm, we’ll getto the bottom of thosegrill marks later.♪ ♪>>Very salty.>>Charlsie: Salty?Let’s see aboutthe nextSubwayitem.>>Now, sample D is actually – one of our first chicken strips that we’re gonna take a look at.>>The pieces I have look real. Like everything there, a good chicken. ♪ ♪>>This is the first one that tasted a little more seasoned. The other’s have been a lot plainer.>>For me it tasted like more flavour than it did actual chicken.>>It’s artificial, it’s not chicken to me. I think a bit too much salt for me.>>Charlsie:What will they sayaboutTim Hortons?>>Uhmmm. I’ll try it. ♪ ♪>>It tasted more like chicken because of the stringy-ness.>>Charlsie: And Will, what did you think about this one?>>I didn’t taste real at all.>>I found it very rubbery.>>Like, I didn’t taste any real chicken at all in it.>>As I was chewing it, I wasn’t sure that it was chicken. ♪ ♪>>Charlsie:Tough crowd.Look out, Chef Rod.>>We’re gonna start clucking.>>Charlsie:But right now,here’sWendy’s. ♪ ♪>>It’s good.>>I love the flavour.>>That “je ne sais quoi.” [laughing]>>I think this is very good.>>Mmhm.>>I felt that I tasted lemon.>>Didn’t love the taste, per say, tasted almost like sanitized.>>Even thought I didn’t find the flavour that good, it tasted like it’s more real and not too artificial. Because when things are artificial they taste a lot better than if they’re real. [laughing]>>Oh dear. Charlsie:Oh dear is right.What will Daniel think aboutthe chef’s home cooked chicken?>>Here we go, sample G. ♪ ♪>>These grill marks look possibly real. ♪ ♪>>Charlsie: Will our top chef get top marks? ♪ ♪>>It was juicy.>>I love the natural flavouring.>>I found mine a little tough at first to cut, I think. With that being said though, it tasted real.>>I found it a bit salty.>>Salty, okay. Yeah, and Rose?>>Very comparable to the one previous, either one of those I think is good choices.>>Charlsie:Now that you’vetasted these seven pieces.Did anybody havea particular favourite?>>Toss between F and G.>>G tasted the realest.>>My favourite was G, even though it was a bit more salty.>>I’m gonna go with F, even though G was close.>>Charlsie:That’s two-to-onefor Chef.Irena has the deciding vote.Will it be Chef or Wendy’s?>>I change my mind, G.>>Charlsie: G was your favourite, okay.>>It’s juicy, it’s thin and it’s flavourful>>So, we do have a little secret. So one of our samples was actually prepared by Chef Rod. Does anyone want to guess which one it was?>>I think we gotta go with G>>You’re all gonna go with G and you were able to spot the home cooked chicken.Nice job, Chef.And now the least favourite?>>C visually looks fabricated. I wouldn’t touch it.>>Okay. She was scared at the beginning. I saw her face.>>Charlsie: Will, was there one that you just did not enjoy.>>C, I’d have to agree with. It just…>>Charlsie: Rose and Daniel agree too.>>It just tasted real off and it didn’t really even have much flavour at all>>Charlsie: Subwaytakes a bighit on this chicken challenge and it’s not over yet. Which one of these pieces of chicken had the least amount of chicken in it?>>We expected 100% chicken.>>Charlsie:The labresults are in.>>Misleading. You got a company that’s branded itself a healthy alternative.>>Charlsie:This is yourmarketplace. Which chain do you think uses the least amount of chicken? Send me a tweet @CBCharlsie. ♪ ♪>>Charlsie:Fast food chicken,coming right at you. ♪ ♪We’re testing popular fast foodchicken sandwiches.Looks like chicken.>>It’s not chicken to me.>>Charlsie:Sort of tasteslike chicken,according to our judges.>>I found it very rubbery.>>Charlsie:So everyone’swondering, how much chicken isreally in your chicken?♪ ♪Remember, that’s the meatmystery we asked this DNA labto solve.>>So take a small biopsy punch of it.>>Charlsie:Trent University’slab has been testingand retesting oursamples for months.We have results.>>Yes.>>They’re in. What did you find in our chicken test?>>Most of the samples came back very close to 100 per cent chicken.>>Charlsie:Except for two.♪ ♪>>We have some more news for you. So it turns out that not all of the samples that you’ve had in front of you are 100 per cent chicken.>>What kind of filler?>>Yeah, what else would it be?>>What else would it be, that’s a great question. Any guesses, everybody, as to which of one these pieces of chicken, had the least amount of chicken in it?>>I’m going C.>>C.>>Charlsie: C?>>Oh, yes, big time.>>Charlsie:Are they right?Hmm, not quite, but close.Sample D.Our DNA test shows it couldbe less than 50% chicken.>>You’re –>>Wow.>>You’re kidding.>>Charlsie:And sample C… Well our DNA test shows it’sonly slightlymore than 50 per cent chicken.And who makes both C and D?Subway chicken.>>Oh, my goodness.>>Wow.>>Whoa, yikes, eat fresh.>>Healthy choice?>>That’s misrepresentation.>>We expected 100 per cent chicken.>>Charlsie: Subway’schickensamples have the leastamount of chicken DNA,and the mostamount of fillers compared tothe others.>>You’re getting these inexpensive fillers that aren’t as nutritious for you.>>Previously I would have said oh, great Subway, that’s a pretty good choice, you don’t feel as bad, but not anywhere.>>Misleading. You’ve got a company that’s branded itself as the healthy alternative.>>Charlsie:So what doesthe sandwich giant have to say?For months we’ve been asking Subway questions about their chicken. We sent them our DNA results. Got no clear answers. We asked for an on-camera interview, they declined. Now they question our science, but say they’re concerned and they’re checking with suppliers to make sure their chicken meets their standards. ♪ ♪>>Charlsie:But we stillhave questions.So we tracked down a foodscientist whoknows the industry.Hi, Ben.>>Hello.>>Thanks for having me.At the University of Guelph,Ben Boyer specializes inprocessed meats.So these are samples, do you want to take a look?>>Yes.>>Charlsie:He’s filling us inon how he thinksfast food chicken stripscould be made.>>This is likely a restructured type of product potentially.>>Charlsie:Restructured meansbinding pieces of meat togetherand then formingit into one piece.They stick them together>>They use some non-meat ingredients, to add value to those products.>>Okay.Add value,translation: Costs less.And what are thosenon-meat ingredients?♪ ♪We got them, straight fromthe company web sites.We put them togetherin one long list,in no particular order.♪ ♪We share it withour fast foodies.They expected just chicken, butour DNA tests showsSubway could only be half that.>>I don’t know what most things are.>>Wow.>>It’s almost like a chemistry class not a cooking class.>>Charlsie:DieticianChristy Brissetteis not so surprised.>>Many of the ingredients were refined starches or different names for sugar. Lots of different names for types of sodium and different salt combinations.>>Charlsie:But Ben saysaccording to Health Canadathey’re all safe and approved.>>A lot of these, to be honest, you could find in your kitchen as well.>>Sodium phosphate I do not have in my kitchen cupboard.>>Yup.>>What does that do?>>It’s particularly important if you’re going to freeze some of these products.>>Charlsie:It helps thechicken retain water,keeps it juicy.>>Boyer: There’s very tight regulations with sodium phosphate.>>Why?>>That’s to make sure that it’s a wholesome and safe product.>>Okay, is there a danger with sodium phosphate?>>No, certainly no more danger than any other type of salt.>>Charlsie:Well, Christy’snot so certain.>>I think these are going to be the trans fats of the future. The research has shown us so far that when you have higher levels of these phosphates in your blood, you’re at a higher risk of cardiac disease, kidney issues. They are included in amounts that are approved by Health Canada, that are determined to be safe, but we don’t know the long-term impacts of them on our bodies and on our health.>>We’ll go with sodium phosphate next.>>Charlsie:Sodium phosphatesare used in all the recipes,except for Wendy’s.>>And we’re going to be mixing this together, and you can kind of see we’re already starting to kind of form a –>>It’s like getting gel-like.>>Charlsie:And something thatSubwayadds thatthe other samples don’t.Soya protein, why would you need to put more protein in a chicken product?>>A lot of great binding capabilities, potentially improved texture. Those type of things. And in some sense, it also makes the product slightly more cost effective.>>Okay. So cheaper?>>Yes, exactly.>>Okay.Remember, our DNA test showsSubway’sstrips and oven roastedchicken could beonly about 50 per centchicken.And guess what?The rest,mostly soy.>>So it’s very likely they’re probably making more of a product that contains this ground chicken and forming it into a patty.>>Charlsie:Yup. Ben thinksground chicken breast meat isformed to look like this.Let’s just flip this over.>>Flip it over and we’ll see these grill marks here.>>Charlsie:Okay.Surely the food scientist knowsabout those grill marks.What do these things tell you?>>There’s probably some sort of oven or grill type of system, that they run a lot of these sandwiches through and get a very consistent grill mark design on these.>>Charlsie:But evenhe’s not sure.So after some digging, we think we’ve solved the grill mark secrets. According to a former employee at a processing plant, these grill marks are actually seared on to the patty after it’s already cooked. And, they’re pretty much just for show.>>Charlsie:The chickenchallenge continues.>>From a sodium perspective you might as well eat a big portion of poutine.>>Charlsie: Wow.Nutrition shakedown.This is yourmarketplace.Getmarketplacein your inbox once a week.Sign up for our newsletter atcbc.ca/marketplace. ♪ ♪>>Charlsie:The ultimatechicken challenge.♪ ♪Our grilled chicken sandwichtest isn’t over yet.To find out how the nutritionshakes down, we send moresamples to a different lab.How does the fast food compareto home cooked chicken?Nutritionist and registereddietician Christy Brissetteanalyzes the results, and givesus the low down.>>How many grams of carbohydrate, do you think are in our home cooked chicken?>>Zero.>>Zero, right, chicken is a protein. Many of the ingredients were refined starches or different names for sugar, that are being added to your chicken. Chicken breasts should not have any carbohydrate in it whatsoever, and it’s not the type of carbohydrates that we want.>>Charlsie:Now, you probablydo want protein,but fast food chicken,a quarter lessthan home cooked.>>And when we looked at the sodium amount, that completely blew my mind, compared to the home cooked chicken, the fast food chicken had between seven to ten times the amount of sodium.>>Charlsie:And get this,Subway’soven roasted has themost sodium, but the least,Subwaystrips.>>When you’re eating the entire sandwich, two-thirds of your daily limit of salt. So from a sodium perspective, you might as well eat a big portion of poutine.>>Wow.>>The message is that those companies are portraying, it sounds like you’re taking it straight from a farm and it’s just a fresh piece of meat. No manufacturing process to it, then it shows up on a sandwich.>>They put this health halo over these chicken sandwiches where they seem virtuous, seem angelic and people think they’re doing themselves a favour, making a healthier choice. They’re not the pure, virtuous chicken that’s coming from the farm to your plate.>>Charlsie:Last question, doesanybody feel like chicken tonight? [ laughter ]>>Maybe –>>If we cook it.>>Charlsie: If you cook it, okay.Will eating chickenever be the same?Next week onmarketplace,how not to get ripped off.Who’s in charge of that hiddentourist fee?>>It is a mandatory fee for this location.>>It’s sneaky, it’s shady, it’s deceiving.>>We’ve been under cover twice now, it’s gotten worse. Some businesses have hiked the fees.>>Charlsie:Don’t fall for it.And busting sky-high hospitalTV charges.>>Why they charge $17 a day for a TV that you plug in a cable and away you go.>>Charlsie:Another taxon the sick?♪ [theme]
♪ Top eight answers are on the board. [clicking sound] Name something you find in a fast food restaurant. [answer button rings] [buzzer sounds] Rita: Napkins. Gerry: Show me napkins! [bell …
♪ Top eight answers
are on the board. [clicking sound] Name something you find in
a fast food restaurant. [answer button rings] [buzzer sounds] Rita: Napkins. Gerry: Show me
napkins! [bell dings] [applause] Rita: Okay. Gerry: I’ll read
the question. Name something you find
in a fast food restaurant that you wouldn’t find
in a fancy restaurant. Basil: Ketchup packets. Gerry: Show me
ketchup packets! [bell dings] Pass or play? Basil: We’re gonna play. We’re gonna play. Gerry: You were so fast…
I don’t even know how they know there’s
more to the question. [laughing] Keshera. Keshera: Hi. Gerry: Name something you find
in a fast food restaurant that you wouldn’t see
in a fancy restaurant. Keshera: A drive-through. [applause] Gerry: They should
start that. Show me a drive-through. [bell dings] [applause] Marissa. Name something you find
in a fast food restaurant that you wouldn’t find
in a fancy restaurant. Marissa: Paper plates. Gerry: Sure. [applause] Show me paper plates! [bell dings] [cheering] Aleesha, something you
find in a fast food restaurant that you wouldn’t find
in a fancy restaurant. Aleesha: I’m gonna
say fountain drinks. Sharon: Ooooh. Gerry: Yeah. Show me fountain
drinks! [bell dings] [cheering] You’ve got no strikes. Name something you find
in a fast food restaurant that you wouldn’t find
in a fancy restaurant. Sharon: I’m gonna say something
that’s not so popular, but straws, straws, yeah. [applause] Gerry: Show me straws! [bell dings] Sharon: Whoo! [applause] Gerry: Basil,
something you find in a fast food restaurant
you won’t find in a fancy restaurant. Basil: Serving trays. Sharon: Whoo, nice, nice. Gerry: Serving trays? If it’s up there, still
going with no strikes. Show me serving trays! [buzzer sounds] It’s okay, one strike. Keshera, one strike. Keshera, something you find
in a fast food restaurant you don’t find in a
fancy restaurant. Keshera: Cashier? Gerry: A cashier. Basil: Yeah, yeah. Gerry: Show me a cashier. [buzzer sounds] [groans] Marissa, something you
find in a fast food restaurant you won’t find
in a fancy restaurant. Marissa: Um, loud people. [applause] Gerry: If it’s up there,
you’re still alive. If not, they get
ready to steal. Basil: That’s up there. Gerry: Show me loud people! [buzzer sounds] Number one answer is
still up there. Nahas family, name
something you find in a fast food restaurant
that you won’t find in a fancy
restaurant, Tony. Tony: That’s what
we’re doing? Gerry: What did you
come up with, Tony? Tony: We’re gonna
go with waiter. [laughter] Gerry: No… No, no, I’m just
trying to think. No fancy restaurants
would have a waiter. [uncomfortable laughter] If it’s up there,
you get in the game. If not, they get
a bigger lead. Show me a waiter! [buzzer sounds] [cheers, applause] ♪ Show me number 5! [bell dings] Audience: Cheap prices. Gerry: Number one answer! [bell dings] Audience: Greasy food! Gerry: French fries.
There is no denying that McDonald’s is the master of the fast food industry. For decades those infamous Golden Arches have stretched themselves to every corner of the globe. Although their …
There is no denying that McDonald’s is the
master of the fast food industry. For decades those infamous Golden Arches have stretched
themselves to every corner of the globe. Although their food has become a staple of modern life,
McDonald’s isn’t afraid to take inspiration from local food and incorporate it onto their
menus. While many McDonald’s offer a variety of different choices, today we are focused
on the continent of South America. Here is our list of 10 McDonald’s Foods You Can Only
Get In South America. Torta Banana Just imagine finishing your last bite of a
BigMac or Double Cheeseburger and you’re still feeling a wee bit hungry, if that’s
possible? What you crave next is something sweet. Thankfully the South American McDonald’s
has a treat for you with their Torta Banana. If you’re familiar with the apple pie found
in most McDonald’s around the world, and you’re a fan, then the Torta Banana is a similar
sweet treat and is a must for you. Imagine biting into that warm crusted dessert and
instead of apples, you taste banana. The taste is a cross between a banana split and apple
crumble. Whether you’re partial to the crust or bananas, this one is sure to blow your
mind. We bet you won’t even make it home before you start to chow down on this desert
you’ve ordered. It may have you wishing you ordered more. We’re not exactly sure why North
America is yet to sell this banana dessert or in fact why the rest of the world are yet
to jump on board the banana boat. Maybe the South American Golden Arches want to keep
this to themselves, or get us to visit more often. The Torta Banana might well be worth
a plane ticket! If you ever do find yourself in that part of the world, buying three at
a time is something to keep in mind. When it comes to bananas, you know they are good
for your overall well being, packed full of potassium, and will keep you feeling full
for longer periods, so why not make yourself feel better and order it. You likely won’t
be disappointed. Empanadas Con Queso With a lot of fast food restaurants there
is an important question to be asked: Do you like cheese? If so, what about melted cheese?
If the answer is yes to both, then we have something special for you. If you are not
a big cheese fan, then this entry probably isn’t going to be your cup of tea. But for
everyone else, we give you the Empanadas Con Queso. These delicious Empanadas can be found
in Chile and Venezuela but to be honest, we really think these cheesy pockets of joy should
be sold everywhere. The Empanadas Con Queso comes in threes, because all good things do!
The best way to describe them, for anyone unfamiliar with Empanadas, is: imagine your
favorite pastry dessert like an apple or blueberry turnover, or whatever your favorite fruit
is, now image cheese, instead of fruit, melted between two pieces of delicious pastry. The
warm crunch of the pastry, mixed with the smell and taste of the melted cheese, is like
a big hug for your insides. This cheese pocket is for the type that likes to get up early,
drink black coffee, and ride their bike to work… You know where your priorities are,
stick to it and you’ll reach your goals. We believe in you. McWrap Palta If you’re a little more health conscious
when you pop into your local McDonald’s, nowadays they offer great alternatives to burgers and
fries. Salads and wraps are particularly good choices. If wraps are your thing, and you
happen to find yourself in Chile, then this one’s for you. This McWrap is jam-packed full
of all the goodness that you need. It’s comparable to the McWrap you can find in any
other McDonald’s, except they add the ultimate ingredient; we’re talking about the avocado.
Avocado is a big thing for McDonald’s in Chile, in fact you can ask to add avocado to any
item on the menu. If you ever take a trip to Chile, why not make that burger or salad
taste a bit different by adding some avocado? It can feel like a whole different meal. Avocado
aside, the McWrap Palta is a tortilla wrap packed with thinly sliced fried chicken, onions,
tomatoes, mayonnaise and of course, the avocado. Unfortunately for the rest of us lovers of
McDonald’s wraps, the McWrap Palta is only available in Chile. We’re hoping that this
item will one day grace our lands, too. Arepas Imagine all of your favorite ingredients stuffed
between two cornmeal patties. That’s what you get with the Arepas. They come in a few
different kinds and fillings, similar to a sandwich. Famous in Venezuela and Columbia
as a staple meal, Arepas have been re-created in a few different countries around the world
with various adaptations. We can’t blame these other places for trying, but none seem
to have come close to the original South American favorite. Now McDonald’s have their own version
flying off the grills. Arepas are stuffed full of cheese, meats, and veggies which are
then wrapped into a perfectly folded, buttered shell. It’s then grilled to perfection and
enjoyed down to the last bite. These are a staple in homes in Venezuela and can be re-created
to fit on any dining room table. McDonald’s pulled a good move, introducing it on its
menu to keep up with the cultural movement. You definitely want to indulge in this item
if you are in the area to see why it has a definite place in every home. Venezuela is
a spot you should definitely hit up as you check your bucket list items off. It offers
so much culture and history, and the food that it serves will definitely be making you
want to book your second trip pretty quick. McCriollo This next one is exclusively offered in Columbia.
Sorry to the rest of the world, you’ll just have to make a special trip to experience
the McCriollo. The McCriollo is a breakfast dish, but can be eaten for lunch – or dinner
if you’re a late riser. The McCriollo includes eggs, a sausage patty, some sweet corn, hash
browns and arepas. If you are a breakfast person and love the idea of a McMuffin or
two to satisfy your breakfast needs, then wait till you see what the McCriollo has to
offer. It will blow your mind! Having all that food laid out in front of you is truly
a great way to start any day. The McCriollo is for the person who leads a busy life, who
needs to have one really good hearty meal in order to function for the rest of the day,
and wants to enjoy it till the very last bite. Make your eyes wide, open your mouth, and
take in every bite of the McCriollo, the way it’s intended to. Saltadita Through this list we have guided you across
the glorious continent of South America to see what delights their McDonald’s has to
offer. For our next entry we are off to Peru. This little number resembles a regular hamburger
but its not your average Joe. Packed in between these two patties comprised of 100% beef,
is sautéed onions, tomatoes, and pork loin. It may sound a bit strange to have two types
of meat thrown in there, but somehow, Peru makes it appealing. Peru’s food culture
is heavy on lots of meat, so of course, McDonald’s incorporates that aspect to its own menu to
appease to the audience. Calling all carnivores: the Saltadita is right up your alley and will
definitely feel like you deserved every bite to the fullest extent. Every country tries
to differentiate itself when it comes to food, travel, and experiences, so it’s good to see
that the giants of the fast food world are doing everything they can to accommodate this.
If you do ever find yourself in Peru and are looking to try the local food, then starting
with a McDonald’s Saltadita is a good thing to sink your teeth into before you start to
hike up Machu Picchu! Cheddar McMelt For the next entry on our list, we are off
to the tropical country of Brazil. Famous for its beaches, the Amazon rainforest, and
of course, the statue of Christ the Redeemer, which towers over Rio de Janeiro and is considered
one of the Seven Wonders of the World. This Portuguese speaking nation is no stranger
to standing out from the crowd; it’s often the one at the front of the crowd, dancing
and showing us the bright and fun side of life. After all, it is the home of the famous
Carnival! So we are not surprised to see that McDonald’s has tried to cater to the fun loving
Brazilians. On the surface, the Cheddar McMelt looks a bit like a typical Big Mac. However,
there is a twist. The Cheddar McMelt is stacked with two beef patties, with plenty of melted
cheese in between; grilled onions and soy sauce finish off this mammoth burger. The
inclusion of soy sauce may seem to be an odd choice to a McDonald’s burger, and may even
put some people off, but we trust that the Brazilians know what they’re doing. Especially
with all that melted cheese and meat goodness. McDonald’s Mega Mac If there is one thing that McDonald’s is truly
world renowned for, apart from the Golden Arches, Ronald McDonald, apple pies….. actually
the list is long. Besides all of those things, a real winner and crowd pleaser has always
been the infamous Big Mac. Two grilled beef patties in a three part sesame seed bun, topped
with fresh salad, pickles and their famous ‘special sauce.’ It truly is the perfect burger.
So why, you might ask, would anyone change the Big Mac and what could you do to it to
make it better? The answer is The Mega Mac. The Mega Mac is in no way a replacement for
the Big Mac, it’s more like the Big Mac’s older and tougher brother. Not everyone can
handle such a monstrosity, but for those who can, they are in for a real meaty treat. The
Mega Mac is actually offered in several countries around the world, and each of them have a
slightly different name for it. But in South America it’s the Mega Mac. While the Big Mac
may be large enough for most, some like the challenge of a monster. The Mega Mac adds
two more beef patties to it’s Big Mac burger, as well as more toppings and dressing. The
Mega Mac is for the real McDonald’s extremists and is not to be taken lightly. McNífica “It’s real and it’s magnificent,” stated
McDonald’s Argentina. Let’s talk about this one. A grilled beef patty squished in
between two sesame buns, topped with lettuce, tomato, slivered onions, pickles, and creamy
mayo sauce. Sounds like your average burger but when you sink your teeth into it, all
your dreams start to come true. The simplicity of the ingredients makes it a delicious choice
for dinner time. The McNífica is available pretty much all over South America, however,
it’s Argentina that really excels with this burger. Famous for their meat, particularly
their steak, Argentina takes great care, and pride, with every cut of meat, and McDonald’s
is no different. Sticking to the Argentine code of meat, each burger is packed with pure
Angus beef, fresh tomatoes, onions, lettuce and the big three condiments: Ketchup, Mayo
and Mustard. Not only that but each burger is cooked on charcoal, rather than being fried
or grilled on a regular grill. Which, believe it or not, is a rare sight in the fast food
market and we welcome it. Even more so when it tastes this good. Cono de Arequipe Ice cream is popular anytime, anywhere and
all over the world. Most of us enjoy it as an after dinner snack, or on a hot summer
afternoon when you just need something cold and sweet. Then there are those rare occasions
where sometimes, and we mean sometimes, ice cream can be enjoyed for breakfast, so long
as it’s on the side of a plate of tasty waffles or pancakes. But how about just ice cream
for breakfast? This is every kids dream. Well, in South America you can. They serve ice cream
all day, everyday, and it’s not just your regular vanilla swirl. We all have our favorite
ice cream toppings but in South America it’s Dulce de leche. Dulce de leche is one of the
sweetest treats you could experience at a fast food restaurant. It’s very similar
to caramel sauce, only a lot sweeter and thicker. While a lot of South America does serve this,
it’s mainly Argentina that serves the best and most widespread varieties. This sauce
isn’t just limited to ice cream; you can swirl it in to sundaes, and it can even be added
to drinks. However, it’s on the classic ice cream cone that fans love Dulce de leche
the most, and it’s available all day long. Taking a trip to a South American McDonald’s
doesn’t just have to be about burgers and fries; with this sweet treat everyone’s sugar
craving will be more than satisfied. It’s fair to say that most McDonald’s around the
world try to put out a crowd-pleasing take on the local delicacies. We can’t wait to
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– BLAGH! That’s– oh my god. (laughs) Whoa, that’s awful! – And people are paying for this, right? Ugh. They charge you an arm and a leg? (chuckles) I’ll have to …
– BLAGH! That’s– oh my god. (laughs)
Whoa, that’s awful! – And people are paying
for this, right? Ugh. They charge you an arm
and a leg? (chuckles) I’ll have to tell you millennials… (whispers) There’s better things
than this. ♪ (ragtime intro) ♪ – (FBE) What do you know about what
millennials are eating these days? – What are the millennials eating?
Okay. I hear that the millennials are eating avocado toast.
– The most popular thing is that avocado on toast thing
for like $12. – Unfortunately, a lot of fast food.
– Well, I know they’re at In-N-Out a lot.
– I don’t know. I really don’t. Chips maybe?
– I’ll bet they’re eating Twizzlers. – I think they’re more conscious
about what they’re eating. Some of them even want
to be vegan. Whatever that is.
– They’re very healthy eaters, and they like to eat
locally-generated produce and food. – (FBE) Well, today, you’re gonna
be tasting seven different food trends that many consider to have been
made popular by millennials. – Oh, okay. Fun.
Good. I love to eat! – Okay, good. That sounds fun.
– (FBE) Here is your first item. – Okay. You have a napkin?
– It looks like a burger, and it… smells kinda
like a burger. Is this one of those
plant-based burgers? – I think this is
a plant-based burger. – The ones I’ve had in the past
have been incredibly dry. But I understand
this new generation of meatless burgers
are actually better, so let’s see. The texture is like meat.
– Oh! It’s like a burger-burger.
– It’s not bad. I like it. – I don’t know if that’s
an Impossible Burger or not or a soy burger
or a ground nut burger. – Okay. You’re gonna tell me
that it looks like a burger, smells like a burger,
but it’s not like a real burger, like beef.
– (FBE) So, this is called the Impossible Burger.
The one thing that makes the Impossible Burger impossible
is that it is 100% meatless. In the beginning of 2019,
the Impossible Burger reportedly enjoyed a 529% increase in sales.
– Hmm. I believe that. People are trying
to move away from meat, realizing that our generation
completely screwed them over in the environment.
And now, they’re trying to do something about it
by going meatless. – You can choose to do it for health
or for the benefit of the planet. Millennials, in general,
I think just are more conscious of taking care of all those things.
– People have become so aware of how environmentally
unconscious beef is. Eating plant-based is better
for the body and the environment. And I think that’s why this is
having such a surge of popularity. – (FBE) So, do you approve
of this millennial food trend? – I would approve this, yes.
– Millennials are smart people. I think it’s gold.
– Oh, it’s a drink. It’s not a meal, is it?
– (chuckles) You want me to drink that?
– It’s very dark. – It almost looks like coffee.
– This could be black tea. – No smell. – It has no flavor. It’s like water.
– It’s like some sort of water with coloring.
– And people are paying for this, right? Ugh.
They charge you an arm and a leg? (chuckles)
– It tastes like really weak cold coffee. (laughs)
It’s just what it tastes like. So, what is it for real?
– (FBE) This next item is charcoal water.
– Oh, okay. I haven’t heard of it. I’ve heard of charcoal face masks,
which, you know, is supposed to suck all the debris
out of your face. So, maybe it’s some kind
of a cleansing thing. I hope I don’t have to go
to the bathroom immediately. – That’s good for you.
That’s detoxifying. Good for them.
– (FBE) It reportedly relieves gas and nausea, whitens your teeth,
detoxifies your body, relieving digestive issues,
and lowers your cholesterol. – I’ve never heard of it,
but I would like to benefit from that.
– I have bags of charcoal around the house to absorb odors.
So, are you absorbing odors for me? Well, perhaps.
– My generation, as the hippies, were maybe the first generation
in a long time to relate nutrition and food in the ’60s.
So, this is just taking it a step further.
– (FBE) So, what do you think? Do you approve of this
millennial food trend? – Yeah! I guess as long as they’ve–
you know, ’cause sometimes, you think, like, “Oh,
here’s a healthy thing for you,” and then after people do it
for five, ten years– like, ’cause cigarettes
used to be like, “Oh, they’re good for you.”
So, as long as somebody’s doing– like, if they’ve done research
and they know it really is good. – There’s other ways to purify,
you know, like drinking lots of water, which is probably
cheaper than this too. – (FBE) Next up… – Right! Cement on a cracker.
– Wheat Thins and some sort of a pâté type of thing?
– It looks like tuna, but I don’t think it is tuna.
– Is it vegan cream cheese? – It’s not the most appealing
looking thing, I have to say. – Oh, I know. Maybe it’s…
spreadable tofu? – Hmm. Nice little hors d’oeuvres.
– It does have a cream cheese texture. – Kind of a gritty texture.
It’s almost like that toothpaste that has grit in it. (chuckles)
– Something you’d see at Costco. And boy, does it taste good.
I’m gonna be picking this up. – Well, I can’t tell what that was,
but I don’t want another one. A bit of onion
with a sawdust backing. – Whatever it is, it’s really good,
so it’s healthy I’m assuming. So, what is it?
– (FBE) So, this millennial staple is cashew cream cheese.
– This is cashews?! Oh, no wonder! – (FBE) Plant-based nutrition
has become more common amongst millennials with more
than 50% reportedly incorporating plant-based foods
such as cashew cheese or the Impossible Burger,
for example, into their diets. – I really like that.
Yeah, I would buy that. – I’ll have to tell you millennials,
(whispers) there’s better things than this.
Just have cashew nuts. Don’t grind them up
and make this crap. – We’re trying to cut back
on the use of cattle and cows because of climate change.
They’re doing their part and doing it deliciously.
– It’s not like the old days. We were not even familiar
with all these different kind of plant-based proteins.
I mean, they’ve educated us to think that you have to eat meat.
But I’m so happy to learn about these new plant-based proteins,
so I’m with the millennials on that. – You guys are really
educating me today. I’m serious about
my alternative foods. And I’m lactose intolerant,
so this is awesome. – (FBE) Well, next up, it’s time
to cleanse your palate a little bit. – Oh, a wellness shot!
I’ve never had it. Ginger, lemon, and cayenne.
I’ve been wanting to try this! – All these things are
really good for the body. – Those are three things that
I incorporate in my diet all the time, but I didn’t know it came
in a little drink. – Eww, it smells very ginger-y.
– If it doesn’t have a minimum alcohol by volume rate of 44%,
then it’s not a shot. (chuckles) – Nice. Okay. Ready to go. Ay-yi-yi! WOO-HOO-HOO-HOO-HOO!
Well, that kicked my ass. – BLAGH! That’s– oh my god. (laughs)
Whoa, that’s awful! – [Bleep]! [Bleep]! Ahhh! Where’s the ice bucket?
– Woo! I was not expecting that. – So, it looks kind of medicinal.
Oh my god. (chuckles) I just had a teeny little sip of that.
– (FBE) Wellness shots have a variety of purposes that help
with certain areas of health and wellness such as
immune system boosts, liver cleansing, energy, and more.
– I thought it was designed to see how many swear words you know
in five minutes. – It makes sense, because,
you know, from the Asian background, we have a lot of herbs
and things like that, you know, especially like ginseng,
that taste like… oh, god. But this one here, it’s hard
to drink the whole thing at one time. I think
that’s the only thing that I’m against it.
– I had a doctor at the Mayo Clinic tell me just about
vitamin supplements. He’s like, “All you’re
gonna end up with is really expensive urine,”
because you spend all that money on it and then you just
pee it all out. – You can do this at home, kiddies.
Listen to grandma. (laughs) – I see the value in it.
It’s just not a direction I would lean.
– (FBE) All right, next up… – (laughs) Now what?
We got a green, uh… donut now.
It could be spinach. – So green! (laughs)
Oh, is it avocado donut? – This looks like
split pea soup on a donut. It is not the best color green.
– That is a disgusting color. It looks like a donut
with something my dog laid down on top of it.
– Looks like the Grinch, you know… (laughs) I’m not gonna gross you out,
but he did something on that donut. – I’m hoping that’s green tea
on the top of it. It tastes good too.
– Not avocado. Is it matcha tea? – (FBE) You got it. Millennials,
among others, enjoy consuming matcha in many different ways.
You can put it in ice cream, smoothies, lattes. But today,
we have it in donut form. – I’m so happy.
– I’ll drink my green tea, thank you very much.
– I love matcha. I mean, I keep bags of it,
drinking tea all the time. – I got matcha green tea
that I got in Japan. So, yeah, I know
all about the matcha. – Yeah, I don’t have
a problem with it, because, I mean, you know,
green tea is really very good for you. But on a donut? Eh-eh.
– I won’t say it’s my favorite flavor, but I wouldn’t avoid it.
This is elder approved. – Oh, gosh. Another pretty glass.
Okay, well this looks like a… very pretty color.
– It’s a little like a fruit punch. – Some weird berry
I’m not familiar with. And it looks like there’s some
cloudy stuff at the bottom too. Eww, scary. – Is this cider vinegar?
– It’s fermented. It’s something ferme–
is it kombucha? – This looks like kombucha?
– You’re good. – My kids like kombucha. – Oh my god! That’s horrible.
– It ain’t sex on the beach. – It’s got some punch too,
like carbonated. And I bet it’s healthy.
You’re gonna tell me. – (FBE) Kombucha is
a fermented tea drink made with tea, sugar,
a colony of bacteria, and yeast. This is another drink known
for its health benefits, such as its high
probiotic count, which is good for
the digestive system. – Well, that’s where
I know the smell from, because it’s the yeast.
It’s the fermented yeast, you know, having been a baker.
It’s not a pretty smell. – The concept of probiotics,
everybody knows that that does help in digestion. It kind of reminds me
of prepping for a colonoscopy. – This is something cheaper
than buying vitamins. Like today, you know, I was
filling up that box thing, you know, Monday to Sunday.
Each compartment is like six vitamins in there, you know?
And maybe some of this will be replacing it.
– (FBE) We have one last item that is frequently known
as a staple for millennials. – Yea– oh.
Is it avocado toast? Oh, that’s my favorite thing!
I love avocado toast! – This has caused
quite a little ruckus. – There’s a lot of vegetable.
– It’s got tomatoes and onions and it looks like cucumbers.
– Oh, you can’t go wrong with veggies and avocado and feta. – Mmm.
– Mmm. That is really good. – (FBE) Last, but certainly
not least, the avocado toast. This open sandwich concept
has soared in popularity in recent years, and so has
the popularity of avocados in general among young people.
Many articles even list avocados as a millennial staple.
– It’s a super food, avocados, just like kale and broccoli.
– I have people in my family who always talk about avocados.
And for that, I’ve started eating more.
– Interesting, ’cause my generation, I know for the people that I know,
we eat a lot of avocados. But maybe also because I came
from the islands. And in the Caribbean, you know,
we eat a lot of avocados. – It’s something quick and easy.
And you don’t need two pieces of bread, or you don’t need
to make it into guacamole and have chips. And it’s just easy,
fast, and good for you. – So, I wholeheartedly approve.
But you can make them at home a lot cheaper, guys.
– (FBE) We’re gonna have to say goodbye to the avocado toast.
But you– – No! No! I’m gonna finish it!
– (FBE) So, now that we’ve gone through seven of the hippest
millennial foods, we have to ask, are you feeling any younger? – No. Give me a taco
and give me a regular burger with cheese on it.
– Yes! I wanna get hip with the millennials.
I’m already on my way. – Yes, I do. But I–
you know, if you eat healthily, I think you will feel younger.
And I like that some of these are really health-oriented.
– (FBE) Some articles state that food trends have become
a more popular concept since the advent of social media,
where people share food trends in larger numbers.
But even before that, food trends would appear
in different mediums such as magazines, newspapers,
or commercials. So, we’re curious to know,
what were some foods that were trending
when you were young? – When I was young,
there was no fast food. You had a cafe maybe.
In the pubs in England, you would have a sandwich.
You could get cheese and meat sandwiches.
– Like, a soft white bread with mayonnaise and a slice
of bologna and a slice of that fake cheese.
I mean, can you believe that anyone would wanna eat that?
– Twinkies and Cap’n Crunch. We were all watching
Saturday morning cartoons. And so, when you’re growing up,
you see what’s being advertised to you and that was like–
those were our influencers, I guess, ’cause we didn’t have Instagram.
– I grew up on a garden. I grew up eating organically.
So, we ate what was on the small farm. People ate at home,
they cooked at home, and they got food
that they grew. – We had ginger beer back home,
and we had different– it’s a plant-based drink.
Didn’t have the yeast in it, but the last one reminded me of it.
It’s called Mauby, and it’s a drink from a plant.
– Ours was the first modern generation to eat flowers, pansies and things.
(laughs) And it was– everybody’s looking at you–
and the hippies did a lot of that stuff.
– (FBE) All right. So finally, what was your favorite
millennial food trend that you tried today?
– I like the burger, obviously. I think that is something
that definitely is a list– you know, not necessarily
my bucket list, but, you know, it’s a checklist
that I would try. – I liked everything! It was just the donut.
I would just stay away from that. – My favorite, by far,
is the avocado toast. Very delicious. And it was made very nicely.
Whoever made it, kudos to them. – Thanks for watching
this episode of Elders React. – Subscribe and hit the bell,
so you don’t miss an episode. – Bye!
– Hey, it’s Sierra, producer here at FBE.
Thanks so much for watching this trendy episode of Elders React.
To check out our other episodes across all generations,
just hit up those links down in the description.
Stay well, guys. (weakly) Cheers.
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involve a few extra toilet breaks in the day, but it’s worth it. #2: Eat The Recommended Portions Of Fruit
And Vegetables Every Day. If you find this difficult, then remember
that smoothies, juices and dried fruit all count. Although advice on how many portions
of fruit and vegetables a day can vary from country to country, average recommendations
tend to be between 5-10 portions a day. #3. Never Skip Breakfast Breakfast is the most important meal of the
day! Opt for something that will release energy slowly — porridge and a handful of blueberries
are a great option! #4: Plan Your Meals For The Week Ahead. Write a shopping list and stick to it — and
never shop when you’re hungry, as this is a fatal error that inevitably leads you to
stuffing your shopping trolley full of junk! #5: Keep A Supply Of Healthy Snacks To Hand. Snacks can include fresh and dried fruit,
wholesome cereal bars, rice cakes, low-fat fruit yogurts and wholemeal pitta and hummus. #6 :Remove All Visible Fat From Food Before
You Cook It. Take the skin off chicken and trim the white
fat off any meat. Also, try to avoid eating too many processed meats such as sausages
and burgers (the fat’s not visible from the outside, but it’s certainly there). #7 : Limit Your Intake Of Stimulants. Caffeine, alcohol and refined sugar are a
few to limit in your diet. #8 : Limit The Number Of Times You Eat Out
To Once A Week. Take your own packed lunch to work or choose
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Derp SSundee: Sim, pegue isso! Eu finalmente consegui uma namorada e tudo o que eu tinha que fazer Era uma linha de pick-up simples! Confira! Ei, garota, é o seu rosto …
Derp SSundee: Sim, pegue isso! Eu finalmente consegui uma namorada e tudo o que eu tinha que fazer Era uma linha de pick-up simples! Confira! Ei, garota, é o seu rosto do McDonald’s porque eu sou [MUSICA DE McDONALD MALFEITA] Amando isso. Provavelmente vou estar solteiro em uma semana Ei, o que está acontecendo com os caras, Sundee aqui de volta com Madelyn, Crainer e Thea não estão aqui porque ela despejou Crainer Crainer:O que? Você é ótimo! Você acabou de nos contar! ótimo! Você acabou de nos contar! Crainer: It’s just that every rumor you start actually ends up being a thing, okay? So no, she did not dump me and, i’m Barney. But I will say this, Thea didn’t dump you, but look at Kehaan. Crainer: Oh my goodness, what– he’s beautiful. So we have Brozziest and Keehan in– and then there’s Neo, but Crainer: Dude, they look so creepy So dudes as you can tell today, we are playing McDonald’s themed lucky blocks over here on the Ssundee and Crainer channel– Good freaking lord. If you guys are new around here, of course, hit the subscribe button down below if you enjoy this video– Also, if you do subscribe, hit that little bell notification thingy? you guys know what that what did I do crainer? Crainer: Hit that little bell! Alright, so how we’re going to do it this time, Since Thea isn’t here, we’re going to do a 1V1V1 Challenge McDonald style, and this game is ridiculous. You guys are gonna like this. Crainer: So, that means that you are against each other as well? Yes, me and Madelyn are against each other. I’m gonna kick your face in. Stop hurting me! You guys are so mean. So I have a very lucky block. I’m going to open it up in the very lucky spot– What we’re going to do. We each have seven lucky blocks. We’re going to open them all together and then put the loot all in one chest and we each duplicate that loot, so Let’s do this. You ready Crainer and Madelyn? Crainer: I’m ready!
Madelyn: I guess? Okay, lucky toilet! [ McDONALD’S JINGLE ] Crainer: What a good way to start off a McDonald’s episode. We’ve got some emeralds, some gold and some redstone. I’ll take it! Alright, Crainer, so you go first– we have– we each have seven lucky blocks. Crainer, you go first. go ahead. Crainer: Are you guys sure? Yeah, don’t kill us. Crainer, don’t kill us. We’re splitting the loot! [ THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE TRAP REMIX ] Hey, sick! Crainer: That was a good beat, dude. I was about to spit some fiery diss tracks on y’all. What the heck is in this chest? Crainer: I just saw like a little mutant. What is that? Crainer: What is that? What? What is this? Crainer: Ian, is that you and–
Madelyn: It’s you, You’re in it!
Crainer: Are you riding us? Crainer: Are you riding us, dude? In like, a fanny pack! What? Crainer: You were riding us. Kehaan, you’ve got some explaining to do. What the heck was that? Crainer: That’s just straight-up creepy, dude. Okay, let’s keep going. 7 lucky blocks left. Let’s do this. [ VENGABOYS – WE LIKE TO PARTY [ [ [SFM] WE LIKE TO PARTY BY AN0NYMOOOSE ] Crainer: That was kinda loud. What is even going on in this episode, Crainer? Alright, Madelyn, it’s on you. Let’s see what you get. Crainer: Please don’t kill us, Madelyn, I don’t- I don’t even know what that is. Crainer: Please don’t right click that lever, Madelyn. I’m not gonna touch it. What does this lever even do? You’re smarter than this! Crainer: Why why did you do that? Why? You know, you see a lever, you gotta click it! It’s the rules. Crainer: No, Ian, it’s attached to TNT. 6 lucky blocks left, let’s keep going. Here we go, please please, okay, please don’t kill us. Okay. [ USHER (FEAT. WILL.I.AM) – OMG ] [ OH YEAH, MR KRABS ] Crainer, where does Kehaan find these things. He’s from your country (🇩🇰 Denmark 🇩🇰), where does he find these things? Crainer: I don’t think I can explain Kehaan’s thoughts, okay? Alright, Crainer, it’s on you. Let’s see what you get. Crainer: Alright, I’m gonna open it up right here, you guys ready? Yeah, go ahead. [ THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE MIXED WITH THE THEME SONG TO THE FRESH PRINCE OF BEL-AIR ] We got a beacon. I’ll take it. Alright, Madelyn, it’s on you. Go ahead, let’s see what you get. Don’t kill us. [ THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE (SAX REMIX?) ] They’re Gonna I I am holding the Earth in my hands okay, okay? With it. I have Earth Okay, so I said diamonds lucky here where oh get it get it get it. I just want Earth I Got the entire Earth Okay, falacci blocks left you ready Yeah, okay here. We go. What is this? These sums are so weird qian. It’s potatoes dude asya. Call some sausage people Look at it. They look like Daddy there were dancing thumbs Then try to do yeah a little sausage people, especially from you people, okay craig. It’s on your go ahead Let’s do Dis. Yo When me make me tired man a real man. I met a real man I’m a real man. You leavin make me it’s a sad potato That are smiling though the song why’d she leave this potato this song says you’re leaving me I Think potato doesn’t know how to feel Sad little bum I’ve added aside you go ahead ok I’m going near the water if we get Lava, okay. Don’t worry. I’ll kill it All right, so I got all the time as we each have four lucky blocks left. Let’s keep good. Okay. What is this? Oh? You neil wait Can’t you say we smell? Yeah? We do not smell you’re not even here you crater Salsa gosh craner you need to have a long discussion with your girlfriend. She she’s a sandwich man. I can’t help it She just said leave em out. They’re no longer together We are together Madeline, okay, matt our credit. Go ahead. It’s on you lucy died open it up Y’all never get away cover me Oh my gosh Yeah, we’re good really lucky this time okay? What is that? all right, I I Don’t hear anything. What is it create a reenactor sound? Craner no just no was it bad You know kind of maybe oh this turns into a block of emeralds. I’ll take it, okay So we each have three walking blocks left, right? Mmm, okay, okay here. We go. Let’s do this please all murderous, please don’t murder arrest Sound from movie in Stellar, What are interstellar westerner? What is the interstellar outer space? I think so it sounded very dramatic what are those things I have never heard of that movie before a Binky What is a googol alright craner? So it’s on you you have three left, okay killer I haven’t killed you guys yet, so I’m hopeful It’s a motorcycle with a bunch of French fries Yes, I I don’t know we just under just understand that key and makes these lucky blocks You just got to deal with it alright. I’m at a lettuce on you go ahead Like a better phrase grater Grater you just got murdered by your own peoples kind Barney Madeleine first you send me a chant broke up and all you kill me Barney’s Urine just kills you crater. I am sorry alright, so it’s have to battling what you don’t scooter indoors Hey Craner. Gave it to me. This was really killing him still lucky blocks lads. Let’s do this okay. What do you? the dancing saw the backs guy All right crater. Go ahead a time. You souter get you guys ready. Yeah Make me sorry. I met a real man. I met a real man. I’ll Even make me piling though You’re leaving me me me it’s so sad I feel bad for this app that potato thumb Yeah, meet you dude. I That’ll I go ahead. It’s on you Can’t kill me again. Okay, suit. You’re good ah I I don’t hear anything. I crater really make it Alright, so we each have one lucky block left, right? Yep you guys want to have a Photo and this is going do you want to do that to your wife ian? Let’s do a 1V1 V1 right pretty off oh I’m so ready dude Whoever gets the luckiest out of this is the ultimate prettiest one out of one V1. V1. What’s through this beautiful? expression in the world and three two one I Got four blocks of Redstone and a block of emeralds And Madelyn just got glass any ugly You got a beacon but crater. I got a block of emeralds okay, Tritium lower, less I Am the prettiest princess there is I’ll take it alright So let’s start our trading process and remember We’re going to put all of our nether stars into one chest and we take all we duplicate all of it and take it all so Let’s see how lucky we’ve gotten traitors. You have to throw out fifteen nether stars. You jerk I Don’t well, that’s a wife’s fault. It wasn’t intentional Twelve and a half stacks on tWenty-One Lucky blocks that is insane next two luckiest people reach sky That is good okay. So what we’re going to do. We each get this exact amount which gets well when I have sex, so I Duplicate it. Let’s duplicate this and let’s start our training alright. So how this round. Where’s Madeleine accreditor. They’re both trading right now We’re going to be working for McDonald’s We’ll explain that more in a second, but what I need to do I have to not die while also killing them as much as possible, so I’m going to get a bunch of this McDonald’s Armor hopefully, I won’t look like Kyun. Did in the intro and of course. I look like Kia. Did in the intro I Got a pistol yelets also We need to get a weapon to kill them faster. We have pistols. Oh Moo pets. Oh, there’s pets Nice. Oh we go through these pets. Oh, we can get a blaze pet which gives us a strength boost Yeah, let’s grab damn. Let’s get a blaze pet and look at this they also have a frying pan Let’s grab the fighters. Yeah, this thing does almost 10 attack damage let’s Grab this and then I think I want to enchant my armor and Maybe also buy a gun, so we have our frying pan We have a we have an automatic rifle, and we have our blaze pet let’s see how this goes I’m going to use the rest of my nether stars on enchanting my armor let’s get into college Crater and Madelyn blood Let’s see who can be the better McDonald’s employee well, we look ridiculous a little bit and also terrifying oh Yeah, I can die whispers to me for you guys at home this entire. Day mode was made by eye ambrosius And kia, Mr.. Creepy clown just looking at us so here’s how this way okay? can we go in can we go in like can we click these buttons like so this is how this works, so since I’ve blue I’m on this side madeline you’re in the middle and craters on the right side what can happen once the game starts a Bunch of materials are going to spawn all over the ground we have to run around collect them whoever makes the most hamburgers and French fries and throws them at their villager wins is it going to be counting down so we can see yes and we have a time frame and we can murder each other so We are both. We are normal McDonald’s employees right. We’re just casual killer clowns dude Make it fries Normal all right you guys ready you freaking Ronald McDonald ready I? guess Okay, okay guys if you think I’m gonna win hit the like button sell out a student. They’re going down No, okay, It’s ah bro the game starts in three two one Go, okay, okay stuff is gonna be on to move to each other’s places Okay, I just got things. I just got there. I will shoot you why? Cuz I can’t show me Okay, driving resources everything that’s on the ground. It has like an effect under it Okay Your enemy everything grab everything grab everything good everything okay? If you gotta grab the great Natalie get away from me. My only sin away Okay, hold on Put data to I don’t want to put that up there daggett will be put that there is that Sarah put that there? Madeleine please oh Oh yeah, also in the chest. There’s pans and skillets that you need to set With it there was that there shoot there? Oh, okay? I got a hamburger I got a hamburger. I got a hamburger, okay? Okay Get away from my place Madeline. This is my This is my Burger town Let’s grab the food food, all of this is up, here we go We got toast we got more toast. O.K. I feel like we should be paid more by McDonald’s for doing this I’m tired of getting shot while making hamburgers guys Okay, grab that grab this grab everything. We’re gonna… We’re going to make a huge umm we’re going to make a huge platter. A huge dinner platter I You’re a platter Okay, okay, okay, okay? Do this ohhh do this? Frying pan! Yeah hold on I do this – yeah Whoo Wait.. French fries, Take that out Yes! French friesO.K. O.K. Wait me first time they can oh yeah, french fries there. We go. Okay, okay? We’re going what I’m okay Timeout box here we go six point seven eight Ten 12 14 16 18 20 20 Doing this how did you get so many parts all of the bad guys? By our brain when you’re turning Stefan my armor is too strong No, sir. I already killed you once. No, you didn’t I? Didn’t know oh – Sean Madeline. I’m sorry. Did you say Ma pian? Me not me get it get it in time on phone. Yeah My God is so strong. Okay, okay? We’re in a timeout box. We have 80 seconds Oh, yeah, the time our boxes up there you get ten seconds. Huh, okay, okay grab that Grab that okay. Come on brent. I need bread. I need more toast honey more toast so much in you yes, okay, grab that grab that give me bad guys ah no, I Burgers with weaver will we have a minute left Crater get back oh Mercy in got that okay hold on hold on let’s throw this up there there there we go We got a lot of that all the recipes yeah, I remember all the recipes evoke That there that there so I just got a lot of stuff Of us is she no crater don’t pay attention to me Give every calls almost and caught up. Oh We’re 40 seconds or 20 seconds, okay? stressful dude oh There we go get it. I don’t get it. Okay. Okay. We got 10 seconds left. I Am just going to perform three – Are you kidding me dude? I’m Early overhead at the last second so close. It’s not bad that I’m against managers Okay, where were you what happened? We are the best McDonald’s employees. I’ll take it Gosh dang it, but anyways we’re going to end this episode here again If you guys enjoyed of course hit the like button hit the subscribe button turn on notifications You know the drill and I am the best McDonald’s employee in the world you guys suck barely best you barely the Best I don’t know if I want her lost I Don’t know either