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Filling a Pool with Popcorn

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10:02   |   Mar 21, 2019

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  • In today's video, we are going to try
  • and find the most extreme way to season as much popcorn
  • as we possibly can.
  • [Music]
  • Guys, awhile back,
  • I had a roommate who restored an old VW van,
  • and he did a lot of painting on it
  • with a gun very similar to this.
  • It's pretty neat.
  • It sprays out quite a bit of paint,
  • and distributes it nice
  • and smoothly better than your average spray paint can,
  • and I was a little bit curious what else it
  • might be able to spray.
  • And I got to say that what I landed
  • on is I was curious if it could spray butter,
  • liquefied melted down butter.
  • I don't know why I thought that would be a good plan.
  • But I wanted to try it.
  • But it's gonna be so much butter.
  • It's gonna be so much butter,
  • and I thought what do we need that much butter for.
  • There's only one answer.
  • There is.
  • The answer is that we need a lot of popcorn.
  • So we're going to try that.
  • We've got salt.
  • How should we attach the salt?
  • We're using the butter gun?
  • Maybe A salt gun?
  • This is called The Bug Assault.
  • It's literally made for shooting bugs.
  • So we're going to be making a ton of popcorn.
  • We don't have a bowl big enough to put this in.
  • I don't think they make bowls big enough for this in.
  • But we did find something.
  • That's right.
  • A 5-foot kiddie pool.
  • We're going to be popping our popcorn straight
  • off the counter here down to the pool,
  • and once it's full, we're going to see
  • what we can do about spraying out some butter,
  • and shooting it with salt.
  • Here's the basic idea.
  • We have got a paint sprayer.
  • We have got a bug assault rifle,
  • and we have got a lot of popcorn.
  • Let's see how we can combine these three things.
  • So for anyone who's never seen how a Bug Assault works,
  • it's kind of like this.
  • I can do this.
  • There we go.
  • It just sort of peppers the surface with salt.
  • Or in the case of a bug...
  • But for popcorn, this should be perfect.
  • This is a hot air popper.
  • You pour popcorn in,
  • and it blows hot air surrounding the kernels.
  • It's not enough pressure
  • in the hot air to blow the kernels out
  • until they pop.
  • Once it gets hot enough, the popcorn kernels pop,
  • and then the moving air lifts the popped kernels
  • with the lower density up out,
  • and it flows normally into a bowl,
  • but we're using pool on the floor.
  • [Music]
  • So we started,
  • and we went through four of these containers.
  • Six.
  • >> There's-- >> Six.
  • We went through six
  • of these containers in like a half hour.
  • Each of these is two pounds.
  • So we had 12 pounds of uncooked popcorn,
  • and that wasn't nearly enough not nearly.
  • Not nearly.
  • So after a quick run to the store,
  • we have 16 more pounds of popcorn.
  • 16 pounds of popcorn.
  • >> I think this-- >> 2 new poppers.
  • Probably excessive.
  • One of our air poppers burned out.
  • So we had to get a replacement one,
  • and then while we're getting a replacement, and then we also
  • got an additional one.
  • So now we're up to five, having already burned one out.
  • So we're hoping
  • that three pounds of butter is enough.
  • Back to popping.
  • Yeah.
  • Pop!
  • [Music]
  • All right.
  • As an update, we've...
  • We've now run out of popcorn again.
  • Fortunately, our pool is pretty quick.
  • >> This is-- >> 28 pounds.
  • 28 pounds unpopped of popcorn.
  • And yeah, we have--
  • We've kind of filled our kiddie pool.
  • It's fun to see the difference.
  • We have the yellow popcorn that we started with,
  • and the white popcorn that
  • we moved to once it ran out of yellow popcorn.
  • There's like this color divide.
  • Yeah.
  • You can clearly see when we started using the white.
  • Let's mix this together a little bit.
  • It all tastes about the same.
  • It does.
  • All right, go for it Nate.
  • Go.
  • There's a warning on the pool
  • that diving could result in paralysis.
  • So, this is going to be a slow dive.
  • Just carefully dive.
  • I'm just gonna sort of wade my way in.
  • Now, what?
  • That's going well.
  • Hey, there we go.
  • It spilled.
  • I'm sorry.
  • There we go.
  • That's good.
  • It's kind of warm in here too.
  • How you doing, Nate?
  • Kind of popcorn -y.
  • A bit.
  • [Music]
  • What is this?
  • It is my popcorn pool.
  • Do you sit in it?
  • Do you eat it?
  • Sitting it, eat it.
  • Sitting it and eat it.
  • There's no wrong way to use a popcorn pool.
  • This is gonna go well.
  • I'm just gonna...
  • Yep, and now just sort of shimmy.
  • There it is.
  • There it is.
  • It's kind of plain.
  • Yeah.
  • I need salt.
  • Yeah.
  • It's not gonna stick.
  • No.
  • I think it needs butter.
  • Here you go.
  • Thanks.
  • Spill some of this on.
  • Popcorn angels.
  • Have you guys ever seen that lizard
  • or the spider that just like... wiggle, wiggle, wiggle,
  • wiggle into the sand?
  • It works guys.
  • [Music]
  • Okay, here we go.
  • We're going to start
  • putting butter into our paint sprayer now.
  • Hope this is works.
  • I've never tried spraying butter from a paint sprayer before.
  • >> I don't know if anyone has. >> I don't know if anyone ever has.
  • I've had this thing
  • in like hot water to try and heat it all up
  • because I don't want the butter to start solidifying,
  • when it starts like spraying out,
  • and there's going to be fairly cool air coming out of that.
  • So hopefully, we'll get some good sprays of butter.
  • Oh my gosh.
  • That is filling the room with butter.
  • We're going to change this up a little bit.
  • We're going to try and get this pool outside in the winter
  • to spray it with butter.
  • [Music]
  • Okay, we good.
  • Crushed it.
  • Crushed it.
  • It already smells good.
  • Yep.
  • [Music]
  • It's gonna be a nice coating of butter.
  • [Music]
  • While you're doing that,
  • I think it's time to start salting.
  • So...
  • Yep.
  • Yeah, do it.
  • Salt away.
  • Just one piece of popcorn ping.
  • Yep.
  • In three days, this will be done.
  • [Music]
  • And stir.
  • Here, you stir, I'll go pop it with salt.
  • The bug assault is fun.
  • For a very small amount.
  • It's not the highest volume.
  • Okay, let's just a give it a test.
  • Needs a little more.
  • Ow.
  • Perfect.
  • [Music]
  • How did-- That was--
  • Oh, I got lots of them out in the pool.
  • [Music]
  • I have to burn all of my clothes now.
  • Hang on.
  • Let me see if I can...
  • If I can get the bottom.
  • This is what I did not want on my jeans.
  • So we destroyed the entire studio,
  • and I thought there was something stuck to the bottom
  • of my shoe.
  • So I've been tracking this surround.
  • This is just packed butter.
  • Nate.
  • Nate, check the bottoms of your shoes.
  • Oh, no.
  • [Music]
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