What Happens If You Try To Roast A Fish Using Hundreds Of Matches? [VIDEO]

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Video is viral on YouTube. A peculiar experiment surprised thousands of people on social networks, because nobody imagined this result.

In YouTube it is causing sensation one video showing an experiment curious that involves cooking a fish using hundreds of phosphors. The result left thousands of viewers open-mouthed on social networks, especially in the United States, Mexico and Canada.

X-perio, the YouTube channel that published the video, revealed that it cost him a lot to carry out this experiment, especially in getting the matches and joining them, this with the aim of pretending to be a kitchen that fry fish. 

As you can see in the video, which has more than 54 million views on YouTube, the man buys several boxes of matches and begins to join them in a group. Once you have them all together, start placing them on a flat surface.

Subsequently, place the fish in foil and wrap it, but not before dressing, this with the aim of cooking. Could it be achieved? To the surprise of thousands of people, the marine animal was very tasty and it is best fried in seconds.

If you look at the video , published on YouTube a few months ago, as soon as one of the matches was lit, a chain reaction was triggered that enveloped the burning fish. Although the food ended up full of ashes, when they opened the foil, a delicious meal was appreciated.

“What an amazing experiment”, “I can’t believe it, although with what it took to join the matches, I better do it in my kitchen”, “I’d like to try it, but I’m lazy”, are some of the comments that YouTube users made in This viral video.


Source: La Republica