Kids Try Molecular Gastronomy | Kids Try | HiHo Kids

Kids Try Molecular Gastronomy | Kids Try | HiHo Kids

– You ever heard of
liquid nitrogen before? Science class maybe? – I don’t have science class. – How old are you Desmond? – Seven. – It’s probably before
science class, right? (light music) – [Man] Say ‘molecular gastronomy’. – (together) Molecular blastonomy. Wait, say it again, say it again. – [Woman] Molecular gastronomy. – Molecule axtromy. – Just bring the food. – What is that? – [Girl] I do not know. – It looks so nice. – This is so fancy. – One? Just one? – (laughing) – It tastes like salad. – It tastes like nuts. – Peanut butter and jelly? – I like the spoon though. It looks nice! – Hi. – What’s up? – What is this called? – That was, if you can believe it, it was a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. – I know right? It’s weird. Mind blown. – That was a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? – What is bolecular gastronomy? – Molecular gastronomy is just like a very precise way of thinking about how to prepare your food, so you can have the most fun when you actually want to make a dish. The jam is actually encapsulated. It’s like a special chemical reaction that happens between the jam and this other ingredient so that you drop the jam into
this little water bath, it actually forms a
skin around the outside. So you get this little pouch of jelly that just kind of pops in your mouth. – Cool. – And that’s the way
this whole process works. You take dishes and you kind of separate them out into different components and you use different textures. – How much would it cost? – $150 to $200 dollars. – Really? – Yeah. – I don’t even like peanut butter. – Uh oh. – Okay. – You ready? – Whoa. – Gross! (crunching) – Pizza. – It tastes like a normal sandwich but it looks kind of weird. – Good. – I have to taste this again, so I will tell you what it tastes like. – What does it taste like? – Nothing I ever tried before. – Mmm. – You think it’s good? – Mmmmmm. This is totally
have to be a keeper. – Okay. So, it take it you like pizza? I think you’re the first one to get it. – So you see how this is
the tomato sauce here? Instead of being underneath the cheese, it’s actually been gelled with another, it’s actually made out of seaweed. – Uh, I don’t like seaweed. – You don’t like seaweed? You like the little
crispy cheese bits too? – Uh hmm. – It’s cheese in a couple different ways, and there’s a bunch of herbs on there that are usually in… (laughs) – [Child] Okay, I’m just putting the whole pizza inside. – This is all the fun, though, right? Playing with your food? That’s why I cook, so I can just play with food all the time, and make things that look unusual, but taste good. – Here we go, this is the pizza. – Can you save this? – You wanna save it for later? – Uh hmm. – Thank you. – You’re welcome. I’ve got one more thing for you. – Is it a cake? – What is it? Is it cake? – Chocolate frosting, strawberry juice. – And then the little… Honey on the top. – Alright, so, what I’ve got here, it’s super, super, cold. Don’t touch that! – Is it dry ice? – See? All the kids know, this
isn’t fun any more! – You know how cold it is? Dry ice is actually negative
109.3 degrees fahrenheit. – Negative is below zero. That’s freezing. – Way below zero. This… Don’t touch it, don’t touch it! – That’s cold! – This is our ice cream right here. But it doesn’t really look
like ice cream, does it? – No. – No, but, because this is so cold, what I’m gonna do, is gonna add this super, super cold stuff. So what’s going on… Careful! – It runs through my hands. – Careful. You’re gonna eat the cake, all the cake, before the ice cream’s ready Desmond. – How long is it gonna take? – Hey! By ice cream standards,
this is pretty fast. Real quick. – What is it? – It’s ice cream. I’m just gonna put some on here and then you can go to town. Ready? Big old scoop of ice cream? Right there. – Oh. – Side thumb? – Oh! You’ve made me a
very, very happy man. – I like it. – Tastes just like a kindle surprise. – So good. – Good! Don’t take away mine. – Don’t take it away, it’s ours to keep. – Thank you for watching
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100 thoughts on “Kids Try Molecular Gastronomy | Kids Try | HiHo Kids

  1. I'm just watching all videos of Hiho kids since 3 days, I'm so attached and in love with those kids ๐Ÿ˜ They are SO SO cute ! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ And it helps me with me english ๐Ÿ˜

  2. Aww โ€œblastonomyโ€ I like that word! But I donโ€™t know why that chocolate cake looks like crawling worms on my screen…

  3. hey don't play with the food ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ tho I think I've heard it before (molecular gastronomy) ohh Shokugeki No Souma haha

  4. If this video had existed when I was a little girl, I would have already loved it. As a grown woman, I would like to explore molecular gastronomy for myself!

  5. 150 – 200 dollars for a single spoon of food? Nope. Get me to a food market. I'll cook awesome dishes that actually fills me up for 2 weeks with my 200 dollars instead.
    The kids are awesome tho ๐Ÿ™‚ Reaction videos are always cool :).

  6. is it molecular gastronomy?
    where is the egg shaped mango or onion caviar and the other weird stuff?

  7. I really love this channel. I try to watch a video every night after a long day of work! What a stress-free channel. Kids are always the funniest!

  8. Can I like please date this chef! Attractive, sweet, nice, good with kids! And he can cook! Im a pastry chef so he can be my savory chef!

  9. Send away the food but keep the spoon : Clara 2019๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿค—

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