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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Comments

  1. Jackasaurus Rex
    Jackasaurus Rex
    48 minutes ago

    Manuka is a New Zealand honey and is BEYOND BEAUTIFUL

  2. electriKal_ shoK
    electriKal_ shoK
    3 hours ago

    I've been to New Zealand and tried the Manuka Honey and it's like a mix of butter, nutella and honey. It's not really liquid-y So you can even chew it(i am probably the only that does that) So all in all Very good(expensive tho)

  3. Bobby Mato
    Bobby Mato
    3 hours ago

    How did you come up with this brilliant idea guda?

  4. Bratton Book Club
    Bratton Book Club
    3 hours ago

    You can’t dry age in honey, that’s an oxymoron.

  5. anima oblitus
    anima oblitus
    3 hours ago

    What happens if you get a huge slab of meat, dry age it, remove the pellicles, dry age it again, and repeat? I wonder how it'll react

  6. Micah Horton
    Micah Horton
    4 hours ago

    The lemmino of food

  7. TheFear434
    TheFear434
    4 hours ago

    NEXT TIME: DRY AGED DRY AGED, COVER IT IN DRY AGED STEAK STRIPES

  8. ymaesterzz
    ymaesterzz
    4 hours ago

    god, guga foods voice is amazing

  9. Vinicius Oliveira
    Vinicius Oliveira
    5 hours ago

    There is a honey in brazil called bracatinga. It has very little sugar and many enzymes.

  10. Rata Mahatta
    Rata Mahatta
    9 hours ago

    what a waste of really worthy resources

  11. Seyah
    Seyah
    9 hours ago

    stop making me hungry broh

  12. the funny nerve in your elbow
    the funny nerve in your elbow
    11 hours ago

    seeing manuka honey used like this a little bit of my soul died

  13. MicahSyre
    MicahSyre
    12 hours ago

    please dry-age an IBERICO SECRETO!!!

  14. Letter of the Law
    Letter of the Law
    12 hours ago

    I dry age my steaks with a seasoned cutting board.

  15. XDUDE3D
    XDUDE3D
    12 hours ago

    "If you know me, I don't like to waste ANY food" after watching him throw away half the meat from the dry age..... Hypocrite much?

  16. James Reed
    James Reed
    14 hours ago

    12 free with a purchase

  17. Kr43he
    Kr43he
    15 hours ago

    Seems like a lot of waste, regardless of the dry-aging method used. Now I´m not denying that its probably delicious, just saying that I´m not a fan of wasting that much meat.

  18. Joe Goh
    Joe Goh
    16 hours ago

    The Manuka Honey probably cost more than the beef!

  19. Elle Bea
    Elle Bea
    16 hours ago

    *On this Episode of* *Can you tell what else I did with this Steak based solely on my voice?*

  20. BIOSHOCKFOXX
    BIOSHOCKFOXX
    19 hours ago

    You should've tried a regular honey...you know, because most, if not all, viewers are regular peasants. Do another one with regular and compare.

  21. Philip Burk
    Philip Burk
    21 hour ago

    As long as it’s “to the max”!

  22. Rumia Lol
    Rumia Lol
    21 hour ago

    i dry aged steaks in human feces and this happened

  23. Joonha Shcal
    Joonha Shcal
    Day ago

    He dry aged steak in Manuka honey???? What a waste!

  24. jacksobe
    jacksobe
    Day ago

    "Regular honey" may very well be some corn syrup concoction. Honey is the third most adulterated food in the world. If you don't know where your honey came from, it might not be honey, or may only be partially honey. A lot of commercial honey is heating during processing, which can destroy enzymes. They also filter out the pollen. When you say, "This honey is delicious", it makes me think that maybe you've never had real honey.

  25. Jared Harris
    Jared Harris
    Day ago

    Manuka honey is like natures neosporin, great treatment for burns and cuts. It tastes sweet and savory, kind of like a tobacco flavor, but is expensive because it is imported from New Zealand.

  26. Ryan Walker
    Ryan Walker
    Day ago

    Angel needs to lose that man bun, bro what you doing?

  27. anders nilsen
    anders nilsen
    Day ago

    hello brother guga i am poor man from norway and would like you to make me some food one day, you very good cook and your food look like food

  28. SunnyBigFacts
    SunnyBigFacts
    Day ago

    Why don't you try dry aging in the dry age bag next time you do a liquid based dry age

  29. angers karin
    angers karin
    Day ago

    honey is a great tenderiser in other country, it the exact some in every country my guy, the honey dont magicly switch from place to place.

  30. Luv righteous
    Luv righteous
    Day ago

    Thank you for the experience

  31. søren poulsen
    søren poulsen
    Day ago

    Try honny and butter mix

  32. Max Shanly
    Max Shanly
    Day ago

    EXPERIMENT IDEA: Dry age a steak by breaking up charcoal into a powder and caking the steak in it.

  33. zamaszysty
    zamaszysty
    Day ago

    Whoa... whoa... "Unlike regular honey it's not runny" ?! If it's runny, it's not real honey at all. It's a mixture of honeys and water based sugar syrups, because real honeys crystalize to some degree over time.

  34. Mišo Deák
    Mišo Deák
    Day ago

    Even google says emzymes. Now you are just trolling, Guga.

  35. July17
    July17
    Day ago

    I first learnt about honey back in 2015 in Shokugeki no Soma.

  36. housearea
    housearea
    Day ago

    Where are the girls? Why does he never invite girls to taste the meat :D ?

  37. garrett perkins
    garrett perkins
    Day ago

    You guys are great. I bought your vacuum sealer dry age starter kit last year for Fathers day and he absolutely LOVES IT. I love watching these weird experiments you do and appreciate that you do these experiments so I don't waste my fathers time or his guga dry age membranes xD

  38. Arbitrary Everything
    Arbitrary Everything
    Day ago

    Guga: Manuka honey? Never heard of it. Me: _Laughs in New Zealand_

  39. Randodox
    Randodox
    Day ago

    I don't think this is the first experiment in the world where u marinate meat in honey. However, it might be for dry age?

  40. Synthesis
    Synthesis
    Day ago

    I only knew Honey could tenderize like pineapple cuz of Food Wars💀

  41. nicklas upachak
    nicklas upachak
    Day ago

    You did you the thickest one though if you used the more watery one it be a thinner spread

  42. Yokio
    Yokio
    Day ago

    This is cool.

  43. Sue Mead
    Sue Mead
    Day ago

    Every home in New Zealand, just about, has a jar of manuka honey. Great on toast. Lovely in hot chocolate or ™Milo. If you like honey, I suggest you try both thyme and borage honeys. Thyme is a phenomenal honey. Like velvet but in a good way.

  44. Mooose2001
    Mooose2001
    Day ago

    Instructions unclear covered self in honey

  45. ꧁༺༒Xx Y/n L/n xX༒༻꧂
    ꧁༺༒Xx Y/n L/n xX༒༻꧂
    Day ago

    sorry but CONNIE THIS YOU?

  46. Abdo51
    Abdo51
    2 days ago

    As a Kiwi (New Zealander), it hurt me watching Guga ruin all that beautiful (AND EXPENSIVE) Manuka Honey, OMG!

  47. Betterss
    Betterss
    2 days ago

    dry age it with onions

  48. Michael Garcia
    Michael Garcia
    2 days ago

    u should do pineapple vs honey

  49. D J
    D J
    2 days ago

    Americans invented fast food so they dont have to use knives and forks...You would think with all their technology they could at least learn how to use a knife & fork.

  50. Arky
    Arky
    2 days ago

    Next episode: "I dry aged steak in concrete and this happened"

  51. JustMeNoOther
    JustMeNoOther
    2 days ago

    It is well known that covering food with honey will preserve it even for years, as the ancestors did. Honey never expires, it is eternal, because it is a bactericide, a natural fungicide; and a virus killer.

  52. Pedro Henrique
    Pedro Henrique
    2 days ago

    make actual content

  53. Dragunic Gaming
    Dragunic Gaming
    2 days ago

    when I watched this, I suddenly had some Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma flashbacks

  54. MooseJuuice
    MooseJuuice
    2 days ago

    Dude I love manuka honey. My mom has given it to us since we were kids for everything from scrapes to a sore throat. It works wonders at healing wounds and curing small ailments

  55. Chop_py
    Chop_py
    2 days ago

    Make a video on how you grill steaks please

  56. ShamanFryd
    ShamanFryd
    2 days ago

    Dude I work from home..... Stop making me hungry while I work!! lol

  57. rhys marshall
    rhys marshall
    2 days ago

    New Zealand Manuka honey is great, but you should try Australian native bee honey. Mmmm delicious

  58. mizo mint
    mizo mint
    2 days ago

    Tenderize the meat first. Leave it marinating for 1-3 days. Wash it off. Dry it off with towels. Then dry age it. ;)

  59. paratrooper 82
    paratrooper 82
    2 days ago

    Next week - "I dry aged steak in Wagyu fat, bleach, and ammonia"

  60. Send Kite
    Send Kite
    2 days ago

    This why u eat ur fruits and vegetables for the breakdown from fibers and the health benefits

  61. S. V
    S. V
    2 days ago

    huh why wouldnt you put the meat with the honey in the bag?

  62. hasan kayisci
    hasan kayisci
    2 days ago

    Next Video: i DRyaged steak in my cu..

  63. RealmanPwns
    RealmanPwns
    2 days ago

    I'm confused. You didn't sous vide the steaks...

  64. Okami Exe
    Okami Exe
    2 days ago

    I learned this from food wars.

  65. Berkay Kılıç
    Berkay Kılıç
    2 days ago

    10:30

  66. Mr.pinkypanda
    Mr.pinkypanda
    2 days ago

    dry age in Gee

  67. Jansen Arellano
    Jansen Arellano
    2 days ago

    he looks lile adin ross😂

  68. Vinay Andre
    Vinay Andre
    2 days ago

    I hate guga. He makes the best food and he baits us into watching him eat it 😂

  69. Bob Adyari
    Bob Adyari
    2 days ago

    Next episode: "I dry-aged myself in dry-aged steak"

  70. Matthew Janke
    Matthew Janke
    2 days ago

    Next time you should play a practical joke on Angel. Make your "control group" a lesser steak dry age it half the time then for your "experiment" dry age some Wagu. Then once he declared the experiment better than the control tell him you dry aged it in seaman. lol I grantee 50 million views.

  71. PS
    PS
    2 days ago

    Dry aging is controlled rotting. Bone marrow rots much faster than muscle. Limit the thickness to under 2" and cut the time in half. Vacuum seal the meat with honey and the "oxidation" will be self limiting.

  72. Grandmaul
    Grandmaul
    2 days ago

    Guga : You can use honey to tenderize meat Fans of the anime Food Wars : we know it was in episode 3

  73. Yanis Agodor
    Yanis Agodor
    2 days ago

    Jesus love you, he died on the cross for you, accept him as your lord and savior he can change everything. For God so loved the world that he gave his only son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life" (Jn 3:16" But you must repent too. From that time Jesus went about preaching and saying, Let your hearts be turned from sin, for the kingdom of heaven is near. (Matthew 4:17)~

  74. Beth C
    Beth C
    2 days ago

    Manuka honey? Never heard of it 🤣🤣

  75. Syuhada Saleh
    Syuhada Saleh
    2 days ago

    I hope u will use honey to tenderize 1 dolar steak next time

  76. Jordan Kirkbride
    Jordan Kirkbride
    2 days ago

    I’m a vegan and still love watching these 😂

  77. MF Kitten
    MF Kitten
    2 days ago

    That feeling when your meat turns to mush

  78. Stephen Wong
    Stephen Wong
    2 days ago

    this guy wasted the manuka

  79. Xiemo
    Xiemo
    2 days ago

    Thats fake honey real honey is hard

  80. Emil Hartfelt
    Emil Hartfelt
    2 days ago

    I dry aged steak in honey and this happened DOCTOR BEEEEEEES

  81. Ammar Azlan
    Ammar Azlan
    2 days ago

    Why you're honey so thicc

  82. Raven Vargas
    Raven Vargas
    2 days ago

    Bro you are a meat god damn now I want some meat for real

  83. McGeorge OfTheJungle
    McGeorge OfTheJungle
    2 days ago

    For some just reading lately, manuka honey is super super super expensive and it is very anti-bacterial, you can use it on leg ulcers and dry skin spots on your body and it will help medically too.

  84. Jules
    Jules
    2 days ago

    I love manuka honey

  85. A E
    A E
    2 days ago

    I like the way the young guy just digs into the steak when Guga is talking. haha

  86. The Second Son’s
    The Second Son’s
    2 days ago

    0:05 Honey doesn’t cultivate bad bacteria. Simple logical paring.

  87. ParJoshHam
    ParJoshHam
    3 days ago

    i was hoping for some sticky jokes but i see everyone heres pretty mature

  88. kyle covington
    kyle covington
    3 days ago

    Maybe try a honey and peanut butter mix?

  89. Vivoazzurro
    Vivoazzurro
    3 days ago

    This episode was intense...

  90. Azethet
    Azethet
    3 days ago

    Seeing Guga use NZ Manuka Honey makes me wonder how he'd do with a Hangi.

    1. Teeps Senju
      Teeps Senju
      2 days ago

      Bro imagine a guga boil up and fry bread haha

  91. BisaCraft
    BisaCraft
    3 days ago

    Eyy angel is back!

  92. 19moey86
    19moey86
    3 days ago

    That's an expensive experiment between the lost meat and the manuka honey.

  93. king of the swamp
    king of the swamp
    3 days ago

    Does grill marks enough to make a vegan go mad

  94. quiznex fisher
    quiznex fisher
    3 days ago

    Why didn't you dry age the honey in a bag? I feel that could have been better for the honey to penetrate the meat.

  95. Jinx Master
    Jinx Master
    3 days ago

    Thanks, I was just enjoying the video and suddenly had a desire to consume large amounts of steak. Good stuff!

  96. Michael kemp
    Michael kemp
    3 days ago

    From New Zealand love Manuka honey from my local apiary

  97. Ayd Tube
    Ayd Tube
    3 days ago

    Manuka honey is the best of the best and very expensive

  98. Say my name? Harambe
    Say my name? Harambe
    3 days ago

    Next episode: "Dry aged steaks in hummus"

  99. Ted Milonski
    Ted Milonski
    3 days ago

    but isn't honey wet? isn't this "wet-aging" in honey?