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  • (Finebros) Today you're gonna be eating this.

  • Oh no.

  • (cloche rattling)

  • No. Is this alive?

  • (sighs in relief) It's an egg.

  • It's an egg!

  • Do we get to eat it scrambled?

  • It looks like an egg, but what kind of egg?

  • Balloon.

  • Like, rotten egg, right? It looks like it.

  • Why is it all spotted?

  • Is this a quail egg?

  • I don't know what they look like, but I'm pretty sure that's the only other egg that you should be allowed to eat.

  • That actually looks pretty good, to be truthful.

  • Something... inside of it.

  • Something... suspicious.

  • (Finebros) And now you get to eat it.

  • (perplexed) What? Wait.

  • What the heck?

  • (queasily) Oh, this is not good.

  • That not an egg. That's a monster.

  • (gags, coughs)

  • It looks like really, really, really old eggs.

  • It's, like, maybe two years.

  • (sighing) Okay. I'm ready to eat it.

  • Just give me a fork.

  • Okay, that was really gross.

  • Ew!

  • Peh.

  • (gags) That tastes so bad.

  • (spits) Ew.

  • (whimpers) It's gross.

  • It's actually really good.

  • Hmm.

  • I think it's actually pretty good.

  • Uh.

  • Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah.

  • It's on my teeth. It got on my teeth.

  • Ah, ah, ah, ah.

  • It tastes like egg that didn't know how to be an egg.

  • I almost threw up. This is so bad.

  • The outside actually tastes like an actual egg.

  • But, like, the inside doesn't at all.

  • It tastes like poop.

  • Seriously. What is this? Who eats it?

  • It's so bland and flavorless!

  • (Finebros) You just tried a century egg,

  • Also called a hundred-year-old egg.

  • No!!! It's a hundred year old?

  • It's older than me?

  • Let me get this straight.

  • You guys just made me eat an egg that was 100 years old?

  • So this is like a rotten egg?

  • What? This is rotten?!

  • (Finebros) Century eggs are preserved in a solution combining ingredients like salt and clay, creating a jellylike texture and altering the color and flavor.

  • Despite its name, century eggs are usually only preserved for a few weeks to a few months.

  • How is that... how does that turn into this?

  • Is that even good for you?

  • I'm not sure how it's edible, but it's awesome.

  • Well, that's better than 100 years.

  • A few months is going overboard.

  • A few weeks?

  • Still, are we sure we should be eating this?

  • Like, was it refrigerated or something?

  • All right, so do you recommend that people try century eggs?

  • No, I do not recommend that.

  • No!

  • Yes.

  • No!

  • They taste horrible.

  • No, I do not recommend century eggs.

  • Nope. Zilch. Nada.

  • Unless it's an absolute emergency, then I guess.

  • I would definitely not recommend this.

  • But, you know, if you want to eat it, YOLO.

  • Yes, right here, ding!

  • (straining) Just eat it! Make your eating dreams come true!

  • (Shia LaBeouf) Just do it!

  • Thanks for watching this episode of Kids vs. Food

  • here on the React channel.

  • What food should we eat next? Let us know in the comments.

  • Don't be an egghead. Subscribe!

  • See ya next time!

  • Goodbye! I'm never doing this again. Bye. Bye!

  • ♪ (French music) ♪

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KIDS vs. FOOD #21 - 100 Year old egg (Century Egg)

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    Ashley Chen posted on 2016/06/15
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