I DRY AGED Steaks in HONEY and this happened

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Honey is amazing to eat and in recipes, but it is also fantastic for many other things. I learned so much about honey with this experiment and today I share everything with you. Dry Age steaks in honey is something I never thought I would do but the results are in. This cook is one of the most interesting ones. Is it better than wagyu? Let's test it and you be the judge!

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  1. simbayukiwolf
    simbayukiwolf
    14 мүнөт мурун

    brazilians, enough said

  2. mdfmri
    mdfmri
    34 мүнөт мурун

    do you dry brine the steak after you dry age it?

  3. Igit Igit
    Igit Igit
    Саат мурун

    Honey has some water in it, so idk if it counts as "Dry aged"

  4. Dianna Odman
    Dianna Odman
    Саат мурун

    i have been using manuka honey for wound care for our cat who has a one inch strip of skin missing all the way around her foot (its nature neosporin) it is antibacterial and antifungal

  5. TC Food
    TC Food
    Саат мурун

    i am hungry now, please send me some

  6. SheepGoesMoo
    SheepGoesMoo
    2 саат мурун

    I learned that honey contains enzymes to tenderize beef in Shokugeki no Soma

  7. Kinoshita Yuuko
    Kinoshita Yuuko
    2 саат мурун

    High production value. I thought i was looking at an ad when he started grillin

  8. I might offend you
    I might offend you
    4 саат мурун

    Man I wish I had a relative that cooked steak this much. I love medium rare steak, I used to eat it well done until I tried it medium rare after that I would never order it over medium

  9. AV GUNZ
    AV GUNZ
    6 саат мурун

    Can you make a well done steak please

  10. asioe kiou
    asioe kiou
    6 саат мурун

    "Dry aging" beef with things that are wet. Sounds a lot like "marinating".

  11. H4RD1N
    H4RD1N
    7 саат мурун

    I would like to see a video, in which you using mango coal.

  12. Dominik Ffdfgg
    Dominik Ffdfgg
    7 саат мурун

    funny the beginning i learned from food wars :D didint eve need to look it up

  13. William Burt
    William Burt
    8 саат мурун

    Dry age Angel

    1. asioe kiou
      asioe kiou
      6 саат мурун

      wooaauauahauhuahuh it smells wonderful 10:30

  14. Haziq Ali
    Haziq Ali
    9 саат мурун

    Come on, when can i get a dry-aged in cheese?

  15. penga
    penga
    10 саат мурун

    "Doesn't run like honey" or you've just got a real honey instead of the orange sugar syrup Americans think is honey. Real honey should crystallise when cold, and be runny when hot.

    1. Kingsav Savage
      Kingsav Savage
      9 саат мурун

      Exactly; what we *Americans* use. Simply depend on where ya buy it.

  16. Sayantan Choudhury
    Sayantan Choudhury
    10 саат мурун

    Oh my God.. thats not honey.. what the hell..

  17. KeeperOfKale
    KeeperOfKale
    11 саат мурун

    Fun fact: Manuka honey has medicinal properties. And it’s freaking expensive.

  18. R B
    R B
    12 саат мурун

    Aged sure, but not dry-aged.

  19. Lighty TF2
    Lighty TF2
    12 саат мурун

    I noticed at 7:04, you are drinking the same tea I drink a lot. That's one more thing we both like.

  20. matty
    matty
    12 саат мурун

    10:30 when corrina farts in my air vents

  21. Hyppeerr車
    Hyppeerr車
    14 саат мурун

    NEXT EPISODE WAGU BEEF JURKY

  22. John Summers
    John Summers
    14 саат мурун

    That was lower grade Manuka, but still expensive for an experiment.

  23. Bustah2016
    Bustah2016
    14 саат мурун

    Lol picked the bigger one to regular dry age. Smart man. If it turns bad got the one you know is good.

  24. ThEbAsEoFhEaRtS
    ThEbAsEoFhEaRtS
    14 саат мурун

    Legit the most expensive way to dry age... manuka honey is approximately $80/kg...

  25. Wap Piercer
    Wap Piercer
    15 саат мурун

    i kicked guga in his teeth and this is what i got 🤕

  26. alan lars
    alan lars
    15 саат мурун

    my dude spent like 300 dollars on honey

  27. Jjay Scoggins
    Jjay Scoggins
    15 саат мурун

    To all the people saying yeah right to guga not wanting to waste food, he doesn't, anyone who knows anything about cooking knows it is sometimes unavoidable depending on what your cooking or how your cooking it, it's then not a matter of want but the circumstance, and your watching a dry aging video so no shiz this isn't going to be the most conservative experiment, but experiments and requests are what feeds this channel, and they do a lot more than dry aging where no food goes to waste Edit: not to mention after all of it they even say it's not worth it. These experiments aren't always a win, nor a total loss in some cases, they point out what's cool about it but also address the amount of work and waste involved, they're honest.

  28. Dimitrios Stroumbakis
    Dimitrios Stroumbakis
    16 саат мурун

    wooaauauahauhuahuh it smells wonderful 10:30

  29. StealthyShooter
    StealthyShooter
    16 саат мурун

    This man prob has steaks all over his fridge

  30. Trenten Swett
    Trenten Swett
    18 саат мурун

    What about honey butter?

  31. D.
    D.
    18 саат мурун

    it's enzymes not emzymes

  32. Desmond Myth
    Desmond Myth
    18 саат мурун

    Marniate cheap steak with Michelada mango

  33. Nerdi Beats
    Nerdi Beats
    18 саат мурун

    I learned this from Food Wars

  34. AloneBG
    AloneBG
    19 саат мурун

    Try to dry age steaks for 30 days in mix of savory and smashed into smooth paste garlic. Cover the meat with that paste really good and put it in a vacuum bag

  35. Codyiguess
    Codyiguess
    19 саат мурун

    0:58 Does this not look like the fattest glob of dab wax? Like damn lemme rip that

  36. emul hjulm
    emul hjulm
    19 саат мурун

    It's impressive he did not brag about the price of the honey, Manuka is one of the most expensive honeys on the market if not the most expensive out there.

  37. B-rad kisuke
    B-rad kisuke
    19 саат мурун

    Now I'm curious. Tenderizing methods after dry aged. Is it worth it to marinate in pineapple after a dry age?

  38. lostpoundpuppy
    lostpoundpuppy
    19 саат мурун

    Omg, meat pr0n. I fricking love meat pr0n! Anybody else?

  39. Michaud Lormil
    Michaud Lormil
    20 саат мурун

    What a waste!

  40. Nathan Schmok
    Nathan Schmok
    20 саат мурун

    BWAAAAHH Charcoal ... taste The Meat Not The HEAT

  41. Lasse Andersen
    Lasse Andersen
    20 саат мурун

    I think a better way to do the experiment would be to put a lot of honey in a container and then sink the beef in there. Air does not penetrate through honey if it's completely sealed.

  42. K.S. I.
    K.S. I.
    21 саат мурун

    Listen man COCO BUDDER

  43. Keen Observations
    Keen Observations
    21 саат мурун

    That honey is far from cheap by the way

  44. O.R Garage
    O.R Garage
    21 саат мурун

    What if you put the honey covered steak INSIDE the bag?

  45. Steven Mancera
    Steven Mancera
    23 саат мурун

    Amazing video again Guga. But we gotta chill out on the zoom ins next time

  46. Ricardo Castano IV
    Ricardo Castano IV
    23 саат мурун

    what if you slathered it in honey and then put it in a dry age bag

  47. - Minuano -
    - Minuano -
    Күн мурун

    Honey is also antibacterial.

  48. Marcel Pena
    Marcel Pena
    Күн мурун

    I always turn off the volume, that makes me feel slightly less stupid

  49. UniversalBrow09
    UniversalBrow09
    Күн мурун

    Honestly... do you know how many times I've watched these episodes and IMMEDIATELY afterwards gone to the store and bought steaks??? My grill thanks you.

  50. Ray Smith
    Ray Smith
    Күн мурун

    Dry age steaks in chocolate powder? What about marinating steaks in a soup mix or a nacho cheese?

  51. AJ Shenanigans
    AJ Shenanigans
    Күн мурун

    SUGGESTION!!! try dryaging a ribeye steak in a combo of infused bearfat and butter crust on the outsider. ❤️🤘💸

  52. Lavonia Lauri
    Lavonia Lauri
    Күн мурун

    The succinct boot expectantly steer because salmon recently whisper sans a hurt flat. cruel, spotty lightning

  53. NPC YGO
    NPC YGO
    Күн мурун

    For the next time try just letting the Manuka Honey sit for 5 days, that should be enough for the Honey to penetrate the meat and the enzymes to work.

  54. The Same Same
    The Same Same
    Күн мурун

    0:34 LOL Guga, did you purpously find a site that spelled enzyme eMzyme just so you wouldnt be wrong in your previous videos? ^^

  55. wajuice
    wajuice
    Күн мурун

    this reminds me of food wars

  56. KontryBoy706
    KontryBoy706
    Күн мурун

    presentation is simply amazing.

  57. Roy Phung
    Roy Phung
    Күн мурун

    Can you please try to make A5 wagyu beef belly burnt ends and roast wagyu beef belly with beef crackling (like roast pork belly with crackling) please?

  58. Atomic Guitar
    Atomic Guitar
    Күн мурун

    pineapples actually break down meat the quickest that's why when we eat pineapple they hurt our tongue a bit but when we swallow it the stomach acid kills the enzyems

  59. Garfinkle's Gun
    Garfinkle's Gun
    Күн мурун

    Bruhhhh he is using Manuka honey what the hell omg bruh that stuff is so rare I want it duhbduhduhbdygdbhu

  60. IICptII
    IICptII
    Күн мурун

    Episode idea: dry age is oil/ fat

  61. PolkaLamy Pekopeko
    PolkaLamy Pekopeko
    Күн мурун

    Any moment now as they taste the honey one. Their clothes explode and they both become bees frolicking in the sun

  62. ben watts
    ben watts
    Күн мурун

    Warm the honey. Pout it like syrup or dip in a bowl. you had very poor coverage with your spreading cold technique, let a lot of air in.

  63. Justin Porter
    Justin Porter
    Күн мурун

    Ponytail sounds like he had a stroke.

  64. Bread
    Bread
    Күн мурун

    5:21 Beef.

  65. ITZ ABDULL
    ITZ ABDULL
    Күн мурун

    Next do it with Cow dung

  66. Cn Kuik
    Cn Kuik
    Күн мурун

    why not dry she the honey steak in a umami bag?

  67. PaVVroo
    PaVVroo
    Күн мурун

    you basically threw out half of the meat, what a waste.

  68. Owen Wilson
    Owen Wilson
    Күн мурун

    Do you use any specific kind of salt? That amount of salt with the salt i use would make this so salty. All my meats needs less than half. Of that even less if is thinner

  69. xcelcior knight
    xcelcior knight
    Күн мурун

    I Must Say These Experiments Of Yours Waste Quite A Lot Of Meat😅

  70. Kake Pwnz
    Kake Pwnz
    Күн мурун

    But it's not dry aged... Anything you age in a liquid is wet aged...

  71. JARK
    JARK
    Күн мурун

    Next episode: “I dry-aged steaks in wagyu beef fat”

    1. JKrypto_
      JKrypto_
      16 саат мурун

      U were kinda right lol

  72. Liam Searle
    Liam Searle
    Күн мурун

    this guy should work for Audible

  73. Nephillus
    Nephillus
    Күн мурун

    It seems a shame to waste so much meat. I get the idea is to improve the steak etc. But you wasted over a whole steak worth of meat that could have fed someone.

  74. Ryan Mills
    Ryan Mills
    Күн мурун

    Cool video guga, when we cook a roast chicken we cook it breast up, would you be able to cook it breast down because all the juices will run to the breast and compare with a breast up roast

  75. Bryan
    Bryan
    Күн мурун

    Can you please do the brazilian parmesan steak??

  76. davydiver
    davydiver
    Күн мурун

    Guga, dry age a steak in regular honey in a dry age bag.

  77. Anti-Rad Pills
    Anti-Rad Pills
    Күн мурун

    You should dry age with actual soil

  78. Ricardo Serna
    Ricardo Serna
    Күн мурун

    Now try to undryage a stake

  79. Troy Boy
    Troy Boy
    Күн мурун

    Dry aged is just another way of saying decomposed.

  80. John Barron
    John Barron
    Күн мурун

    Blame people need to be more like dry aged steak…Less resistance

  81. Cody Harrison
    Cody Harrison
    Күн мурун

    The snobbish daniel definitely perform because lathe alternately connect barring a lively avenue. useful, wiry question

  82. Steve bupkiss
    Steve bupkiss
    Күн мурун

    Nobody: Guga: But it is!

  83. Ryan Messer
    Ryan Messer
    Күн мурун

    You should dry age a wagu a7 with honey lol bet you won’t but instead of covering it one time cover it periodically like 3 times

  84. FallenForever
    FallenForever
    Күн мурун

    im taking my tastebuds on a vacation this summer, and trying more of these experiments for myself. lots of love Guga!

  85. Fabio Patino
    Fabio Patino
    Күн мурун

    Next episode: Dry age in DULCE DE LECHE 😂

    1. Floof oOo
      Floof oOo
      Күн мурун

      YESSS

  86. Grazie Pennacchio
    Grazie Pennacchio
    Күн мурун

    Make a steak that is way too tender from pineapple juice, then freeze dry it to make it harder and revive it and see how that is!

  87. bud man
    bud man
    Күн мурун

    Dry age for 30 days let it sit in the honey for the last five days

  88. Storm Boy
    Storm Boy
    Күн мурун

    i cant get over the amount of wasted meat created from this process. to rich for my blood

  89. Boeing747 Hashani
    Boeing747 Hashani
    Күн мурун

    Great content gustavo

  90. koffeekage
    koffeekage
    Күн мурун

    But is it possible to combine honey dry age with pineapple.

  91. TheDebonic
    TheDebonic
    Күн мурун

    What if you took a waygu brisket smoked it then prepared it like heavens chicken?????

  92. Jorge Jimenez
    Jorge Jimenez
    Күн мурун

    12:28 after finishing a PH video

  93. Xienjou Gao
    Xienjou Gao
    Күн мурун

    hey gugang bakla! how about squid meat?

  94. Young Savage
    Young Savage
    Күн мурун

    If i was there i would have punch him and run away with the food

  95. JB THECOOK
    JB THECOOK
    Күн мурун

    Dry age 1 year please

  96. Ban Joker
    Ban Joker
    Күн мурун

    Next episode: “ I Dry-aged a steak in meth and here’s what happened”.

  97. Nevvon
    Nevvon
    Күн мурун

    I love the new editing with the zoom-in and thot bubbles all in the perfect places and great timing. Love it all

  98. isaac Reicin
    isaac Reicin
    Күн мурун

    Hey guys can you just make a cheap video. Go to s upermarket and pick out some cheaper prime steaks with good marbling and go back to the basics. Sear and then indirect vs indirect then sear. I'd enjoy it and i think your viewers would too.

  99. Mazao G
    Mazao G
    Күн мурун

    Why am I watching this before lunch? This is torture.

  100. King Snake
    King Snake
    Күн мурун

    So even in cooking I can’t escape stupid clickbait videos