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  • So what you're saying is you're toast.

  • That's a good one.

  • My baby.

  • Oh boy.

  • Wait, I've wanted to film this video for probably two years now and I finally have the chance to do this video on the greatest invention ever made Barbuda the toaster.

  • This video was not sponsored by Bermuda.

  • He seriously just loves bread.

  • Oh God, it's so hot.

  • Oh, white or black.

  • I don't know.

  • Oh my God, this is, oh God.

  • Oh God.

  • What's going on?

  • Nothing.

  • Nothing at all.

  • I'm just looking at pornography.

  • Just hardcore.

  • The dirtiest pornography.

  • You don't want to see this.

  • This is not something you should see.

  • I'm sorry.

  • I have an issue.

  • I'm a mhm Yeah.

  • Lucky toast your stuff again.

  • I'm sorry.

  • Really more about muda.

  • You have an addiction.

  • You have a problem.

  • They have a great one.

  • I know that the black white and the grades so sexy, isn't it?

  • Yes, I did receive this for christmas.

  • Yes, this is the greatest christmas gift I've ever got.

  • And yes, you might be thinking that's really weird for you to want a toaster for christmas.

  • But let me tell you this is not your average toaster.

  • You've heard of Elon musk in Tesla, but have you heard of Genter route and Gamuda because you should because he's like 100 times better than Elon musk because he created a machine that can bring bread back to life.

  • See the stay last piece of bread.

  • We've been leaving it out all day.

  • So we could show you this machine and how it makes great bread amazing and stale bread.

  • Also amazing.

  • And you know what, I don't even think barbuda does any advertisement?

  • I think they're just awesome and they don't need to advertise it because they know that they've created the perfect the perfect machine almost as important as the printing press.

  • It's good.

  • Let me, let me look, look, look, let me show you how good this is.

  • So here I have a slice of nice japanese bread.

  • Look at how thick that bread is.

  • You see that boy, that's some thick, juicy, luscious bread.

  • This is already amazing on its own.

  • If you haven't tried japanese bread, then you're just missing out on life because it's amazing.

  • And I don't care if you disagree with me, but I'm about to make it a lot better pop it in the bermuda.

  • And this right here is the magic trick.

  • You fill this with five ccs of water, you pour it down into here and then you close it.

  • We have this on the general toast setting and a piece this big should be 3.5 minutes.

  • I'm just going to turn this to 3.5 and then it's gonna make beautiful magic coast.

  • Now what this open is doing right now.

  • It's alternating back and forth between the top and the bottom and you see the steam is now going to be a release for here because this is a steam oven at the same time?

  • And the steam is, what was that?

  • Do you hear that?

  • What's amazing about the steam that they do here is that it brings moisture back into the bread and at the very end they're going to crank up the heat and that little bit of heat is going to give you the beautiful caramelized crust on the top and the bottom of the bread.

  • And this house smells like love.

  • Oh, oh my God, just gorgeously perfectly toasted bread.

  • Do you see this right here?

  • This is nuts, beautiful, deep brown, no black on this whatsoever.

  • What's out my fingers, what sucks about regular toasters that I grew up with?

  • Is that every time you put a piece of bread in there it comes out as like a really thick, hard dry cracker and you've got to put a lot of, some kind of something on it to try to endure bleeding of the gums that you get from really dry toast but not this, this has the crunch of toast but all the soft moisture of delicately fresh bread.

  • These two outside are nice crackers bread, but the inside you see how soft that is.

  • Can your toaster do that?

  • I could stick my finger in the middle and you see how the outsides aren't caving in because they have their own crunchy exterior.

  • That difference between crunchy and soft makes bread magical.

  • This is where the money shot lies.

  • My God, are you meeting that dry, you could eat this straight out the oven.

  • It's just so perfectly done.

  • I don't care what european country you're from.

  • Come here to Japan and fight me.

  • I know you've had this happen before you've bought a loaf of bread, you enjoyed a lot of it.

  • But then when you get to the last one or two pieces, they become really hard and stale and you don't know what to do with him.

  • But don't worry, the bermuda is here to save you.

  • Not only am I confident that this is going to make this old bread taste delicious.

  • I'm even gonna put some expensive japanese cheese on it because cheese in japan is just ridiculously expensive.

  • No duck.

  • You don't do it.

  • That's crazy.

  • I've graded a $7 brick of cheese so I could put on this beautiful mound of cheese.

  • So we're gonna set this to the cheese toast setting, pop this in, get some water in there and I'm gonna set this 4.5 minutes.

  • Oh yeah.

  • Look at that gorgeous cheese sandwich right there.

  • Oh yeah.

  • What's different about this setting here?

  • Is that right at the very end at the top.

  • It just blasted with that last bit of heat.

  • So you saw the cheese melting at first and liquefying and then it gives you that hot heat.

  • That hot heat.

  • That very hot heat at the end to give the cheese a nice crunch.

  • This was an old stale piece of bread.

  • Let me show you how gorgeous this is now.

  • Whoa.

  • Uh huh.

  • Oh my God, hard stale bread with a little bit of cheese on top and this magic machine.

  • This is like a different piece of bread.

  • This cannot be the same bread that I had before.

  • I can't believe how juicy the inside is.

  • It's like a perfectly seared steak.

  • Really nice to see it on the outside, juicy and delicious on the inside.

  • That's what they do to bread girl.

  • Do you want to bite?

  • Because you can't have one because it's my christmas present you gave to me.

  • Uh so that's it for my love video.

  • Well if I could get the cameraman to focus on holding the camera, you didn't even talk about the edges.

  • They're nuts.

  • Good.

  • They're like crispy on the edges.

  • It's amazing, but soft on the inside.

  • Thank you.

  • So that's it for my love movie to Barbuda, the toaster.

  • I know that it's an expensive toasters, roughly $250.

  • But if you think about all the stale bread you're going to be saving over the years, this actually saves you money.

  • It's almost free considering how much stale bread you're going to save.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • Okay.

  • I'm sure you want to see something more than just bread.

  • Don't worry, I got you.

  • I'm going to take you for some raisin sands.

  • Yes, raising sense.

  • If you've never heard about those before.

  • They're amazing.

  • Click on this video right here.

  • Come, follow me, hang on a second.

  • You guys can choose your own adventure and I think that they've had enough Simon Time.

  • What?

  • I am going to go for the limited edition Sakura pink motif, frappuccino.

  • What click over here and come with me on my adventure?

  • No, guys, you want to go with, I don't know, Come over here.

  • What is this wheeling and dealing man?

So what you're saying is you're toast.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/12/01
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