Will Food GO BAD in a Vacuum Chamber?

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  • Published on:  Sunday, September 30, 2018
  • Today we're seeing if putting different types of food in vacuum chambers can keep them from going bad after a month!

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  • Nathan Johnson

    Nathan Johnson

     16 hours ago

    It would be really cool if the lids were constructed in such a way that there was a seal that could let the air escape and a metal ring that, when screwed on loosely, would hold the seal in place while the air is removed..... Have you never actually canned anything in your life?
    Oh, and weren't you comparing vacuum storing to normal storage? Things should still be refrigerated.

  • isbsey

    isbsey

     yesterday

    The previous comment has about a hundred replies of "r/wooooosh" What does this mean? Do I agree? Lol!!

  • Dave Ridge

    Dave Ridge

     2 days ago

    If you put a freeze a superconductor w/liquid nitrogen and put it a vacuum will it loose conductivity and when you release the vacuum will it regain it

  • Chris B.

    Chris B.

     2 days ago

    The next day he dies of botulism.

  • science and technology

    science and technology

     6 days ago

    Please make experiments with bromine

  • John Silver

    John Silver

     7 days ago

    WHAT WOULD HAPPEN if you put a can of baked beans into a vacuum chamber to simulate Skylab and crew?

  • David Lopez

    David Lopez

     7 days ago

    I don't understand the point of the gloves when you're just gonna eat with the same finger you touch the mold with

  • Zany tv

    Zany tv

     7 days ago

    why do you have gloves if your eating the food anyway???

  • 010Twitched010

    010Twitched010

     7 days ago

    Drills holes. Doesn't clean off metal shavings on lids and maybe inside jars for food that may be eaten.

  • Atomic Shrimp

    Atomic Shrimp

     7 days ago

    I don't think you needed to drill the lids - you could just have left them half unscrewed - same as for when they are used for canning - gas can escape by lifting the lid a little, but when the pressure outside the jar is greater, the lid is pressed into place and seals tight

  • Jmaca888

    Jmaca888

     7 days ago

    Actually, here in white bread some of those blue green molds [Aspergillus] comees in the bread contact on d-cord for pic lol

  • Purple Science

    Purple Science

     14 days ago

    have you ever used liquid nitrogen to freeze any liquid to the solid state?

  • Robby Livermore

    Robby Livermore

     14 days ago

    R.I.P

  • makaila shelton

    makaila shelton

     14 days ago

    Those marshmallows said:
    (👁👄👁) ⏩⏪

  • Eduardo Rubio

    Eduardo Rubio

     14 days ago

    How about vacuum sealer like the food saver or VacMaster 215 to ensure perfect vacuum ??

  • the three bros 123

    the three bros 123

     14 days ago

    Those jars are made to do the same thing the rubber stopper does

  • Flameroller, Pale Cislord

    Flameroller, Pale Cislord

     14 days ago

    I'm sure if you freeze dry things before you then keep them in a vacuum, you'll get very long lasting preservation.

  • someone you wont like atall

    someone you wont like atall

     14 days ago

    No way it held a vacuum for more than a hour. And just use the canning jar as intended. Sterilize and vacuum seal at the same time.

  • justin kramer

    justin kramer

     14 days ago

    What happens if you freeze dry a phone

  • Scott Major

    Scott Major

     14 days ago

    What I'm curious to know is if you ever had an inner jar explode under the vacuum pressure.