I Tried Cooking A Steak In A Compost Pile


100 thoughts on “I Tried Cooking A Steak In A Compost Pile

  1. This muddfcker say the potatoes got a nice crunch to it🤣 ain’t no Potato suppose to crunch💀 unless it’s chips😭😭

  2. just fly to arizona and cook it there on a rack out in the sun. it'll cook within 3 minutes in the spring, 2 1/2 minutes in summer, 4 minutes in the fall, and 4 1/2 minutes in the spring.

  3. This has already been done but I'm sure you know that already buzzfeed. Here is the better version of this on viceland. https://youtu.be/PxXKUc5Ybb4

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  5. Ah, what a tempting looking steak, complete with a side of botulism and tetanus. How long was he hugging the porcelain after this?

  6. Sweet potato that's "nice and crunchy" ?? I'm sorry…but I don't think potatoes are supposed to be…crunchy. Crispy sure, like as fries or something. A crunchy potato is not a cooked one my dude.

  7. so because of the slow growth of bacteria in the meat at unsafe temperatures, did the guy end up throwing up and sick? Id like to hear some follow up because yeah this one could be seriously dangerous depending on the health of the person doing it.

  8. i was looking forward to some research or thought being put into it lol. he didn't bother looking up the various cooking times/temperatures for these things, it could've been a really cool sciency experiment

  9. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeėeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

    spot the difference

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