Brad and Matty Matheson Go Noodling for Catfish Part 1 | It's Alive | Bon Appétit 🤣🤣🤣🤣 🤣🤣🤣🤣

You asked for it…they noodled. Brad and special guest Matty Matheson head down to Oklahoma to catch catfish with their bare hands. Join Brad and Matty as they search for catfish in dangerous, murky wourder with their new best friend and professional noodler Skipper Bivins. Screaming, sea monsters, and giant snakes galore. Watch them get literally in over their heads and stay tuned for Part 2 where they’ll cook up the fish they noodled.

Join Bon Appétit Test Kitchen host Brad Leone on a wild, roundabout, and marginally scientific adventure exploring fermented foods and more. From cultured butter and kombucha, kimchi and miso, to beer and tepache, learn how to experiment with fermented and live foods yourself.


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Mercedes SLR McLaren vs Ferrari GTC4 vs Aston DBS: DRAG RACE

What a lineup we have for this all-new supercar drag race! Mat’s in the legendary Mercedes SLR McLaren, and he’s lining up against the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso and the Aston Martin DBS! Combined, these incredible machines put down over 2,000hp! What’s more, when new these three cars would have cost a combined £890,000 - so this might be our most expensive drag race EVER! The SLR may be the oldest contender here, but can it still take the challenge to the Ferrari and Aston? There’s only one way to find out… LET’S RACE!

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Joe Biden’s Mental Condition is... Presidential | Andrew Schulz

It's time we talk about Joe Biden. Some people may say that he's in the throes of dementia, and that his declining mental health should disqualify him from office,  but this couldn't be farther from the truth. Joe Biden's declining mental health doesn't make him crazy... it makes him Trump 2.0. INDULGE!


Written and Created by Andrew Schulz, Mark Gagnon, and Alexxmedia
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Future soda? Micro-fermented, probiotic, water kefir brew

It's a 3000-year-old soda that is popular again. Water kefir is a natural ferment that was likely first discovered by shepherds who had led their animal to drink in high mountain springs in the Caucasus Mountains.

"The newfangledness of it is really that we've lost our culture in America. This is only newfangled to people that don't have access or a lineage that they're bringing forward of live culture fermenting of food," explains Tom Boyd.

Boyd, along with partners Jeffrey Edelheit and Deana Dennard, ferment their live beverages in what they call "the only kefir based microbrewery", a tiny shop in Sebastapol, California called the Kefiry. They use kefir grains (which aren't really grains, but bacteria and yeast that turn sugars into carbonation) to create their "enlivened" beverages that contain much less sugar than conventional sodas.

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