A while ago I unboxed some fresh wasabi and it wasn't too spicy. But I heard that it can be a lot spicier when it's older. Nile talks about lab safety (Chemistry is Dangerous): 🤍youtu.be/ftACSEJ6DZA - NileRed Beaker mugs: 🤍nilered.tv/store - ■ NileRed: 🤍🤍youtube.com/c/nilered #shorts
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I didn't know that wasabi is basically fancy cucumber...
The laughing in the background 😂
These content creators are awesome I love learning and this is a fun way to do it ❤
Real wasaby isnt that spicy at all the most out there is fake made out of radish colorants and fake spice real wasaby had a bit flowering acidic taste to me then a slight hotter then pepper but not really spicy ofc eating it directly without making a water based cream is definitely spicier
“Why is this back?” 😂😂
Someone gave you some„wise words"
😂 so a fact?
Thats a different kind of spice it makes your brain tingle
I never forget where I got to know wasabi for the first. It's the animation movie "Cars" 😂
Did you get that knife at a CVS?
The Wasabi we all buy from the store (in a tube) is actually NOT Wasabi. It's colored horse radish... Actual Wasabi is $$$
It sounds like a Minecraft sound effect when he is grinding it
nile, eating extremely spicy wasabi off the tip of an extremely sharp knife:
I don't like Wasabi. It tastes like pain and smells like onions
Did he just use the knife as a spoon
I've done that with butter knives and had bad rashes I couldn't figure out why for quite a while
Nigel went to chemist to chef outta nowhere