Cadaver Dissection

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  • Published on Jan 4, 2022
  • might be the first food video talking about dissecting people
    but anyways, be an organ doner!!!
    This soup is danhobakjook with saealshim(mochi)
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  • Doobydobap
    Doobydobap  4 months ago +18861

    Pumpkins kinda look freaky dicky outside but soft and sweet nside.
    Like some seemingly scary stories & pumpkins, don't judge a book by its cover!

    • live well with EDS
      live well with EDS 8 days ago

      @justneil I've had dishes like this and its not bland at all

    • live well with EDS
      live well with EDS 8 days ago

      @justneil nah this looks fucking delicious

    • live well with EDS
      live well with EDS 8 days ago

      I want a recipe for what you're making

    • Big Q
      Big Q 9 days ago

      You should try adding some peanut butter in it its delicious its a dish in Philippines called kare kare but instead of rice balls we add crispy pork and some other vehgies

  • Shadow
    Shadow 4 months ago +34228

    Talking about human dissection while making food is the Doobydobap aesthetic

  • Tamara Marshall
    Tamara Marshall 4 months ago +1017

    My adopted Dad was a veteran Marine and was diagnosed with having MS while he was in the service.
    After years battling the disease, he decided it was a good idea to donate his body to science, in hopes it would help scientists with finding a cure.
    With all the new finding and the medication that they have come out with.
    I'm happy with his final wishes. I'll admit at first, I didn't understand but with seeing how far the medical professions are making life easier now, with people who have been diagnosed with MS. They won't have to suffer the way my Dad had too.

  • 𝑯𝒖𝒎𝒂𝒏 𝒃𝒆𝒂𝒏

    I love how she says "If I die" as if it's optional

    • nightsky
      nightsky 3 days ago +1

      @Jonah Jealousy don't get you anywhere

    • So cringe
      So cringe 4 days ago +1

      @Jonah lol yall still remember that after her apology vid, wild

    • el
      el 10 days ago +2

      yall will say anything just to hate her

    • Jonah
      Jonah 18 days ago +5

      @Random Human you clearly missed the video she got attacked for 😂

    • Random Human
      Random Human 27 days ago +1

      @Jonah bold accusation

  • AliMow sSingh
    AliMow sSingh 3 months ago +1

    I have struggled every time trying to peel those to make soup. Thank you for sharing this...

  • Thamari Sachethana
    Thamari Sachethana 4 months ago +115

    My mom was used to cook pumpkin as a dish. She use garlic, cinnamon,black pepper to make it tasty. When she cook it the smell spreads all over the house and me and my three younger sisters can't wait to eat it with rice 🍚. This video just reminded me how I was used to roam around the kitchen and watching her cooking. I love her food. Love you Amma.
    Also, your food looks delicious too. I want to try it

    • Thamari Sachethana
      Thamari Sachethana 2 months ago +1

      @C C oh! Sorry. English is not my mother tongue

    • C C
      C C 2 months ago +1

      You mean your "mom used to" not your "mom was used." XD

    • Thamari Sachethana
      Thamari Sachethana 4 months ago +2

      @Lynx when she took out the pumpkin it reminded me how my mom used to cook it. Of course it's the opposite what she does. But,it reminded my whole childhood. That's what I'm trying to say. Sorry, if this made you feel confused.

    • Lynx
      Lynx 4 months ago +2

      Wait are you doing a Cadaver disection while your write this like it’s the opposite what she does

  • Espeon Mistress
    Espeon Mistress 4 months ago +5204

    Those cadavers are heroes in their own way. The knowledge they gave young doctors is the reason many of us are still alive today.

    • fifi mpia
      fifi mpia 3 months ago +1

      @kenneth kho Amen! Everyone exists because of God's love, grace, will and design for mankind. All glory and honour belongs to God Almighty ❤.

    • fifi mpia
      fifi mpia 3 months ago +2

      We are alive not because of men but because of the love, grace, will and perfect design of God Almighty ❤.
      ESV *Psalm 139:13-14 For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb. 14 I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well.*
      ESV *Jeremiah 1:5 “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations.”*
      ESV *Ephesians 1:11 In him we have obtained an inheritance, having been predestined according to the purpose of him who works all things according to the counsel of his will,*
      ESV *2 Timothy 1:9 Who saved us and called us to a holy calling, not because of our works but because of his own purpose and grace, which he gave us in Christ Jesus before the ages began,*

    • kenneth kho
      kenneth kho 4 months ago +4

      I'm not alive because of these dead people but because of God

    • himari riku
      himari riku 4 months ago

      @robust anybody what did they say

  • Alisha the History Nerd
    Alisha the History Nerd 4 months ago +34

    100% we don’t need our bodies when we’re dead. I’m an organ donor, but if that isn’t possible I’m okay with donating it to science. Your mom is a wonderful woman ❤️

  • Patrick star
    Patrick star 2 months ago +11

    I love how she doesn’t say “when I die”, but she says “if I die” suck a powerful statement

    • Luke Hernandez
      Luke Hernandez 21 day ago

      Not really. Her mom was in the medical field... she's a youtuber

  • Picachki
    Picachki 4 months ago +26

    My boyfriend’s Grandparents asked us recently to be witnesses to them signing their bodies to be scientifically studied after they pass. At first I was really sad and confused why they asked us to be witness to their signatures. But after my boyfriend explained he and his Grandparents have a certain understanding about death, I started to comprehend more. They aren’t the kind of people who are materialistic or take face value for anything. They are spiritual and don’t want their loved ones to fuss about their remains, they just want to help better the world with what is left of their physical selves… They chose us to be witness to their dedication because we can appreciate it and respect it more fully than others in the family who wish to give them a lavish funeral. So, I’m honored. And when their time comes, it will be hard. But I know something good will come from the circle of life.

  • Quintus Aurelius Symmachus
    Quintus Aurelius Symmachus 3 months ago +2160

    "If I die..."
    I've got some bad news for you, sweetie.

  • Heather O
    Heather O 4 months ago +4593

    Organ donation is another incredible way to give back. 4 years ago I received a full liver transplant & my anonymous donor will forever be my hero, I literally owe my life to them 💚

    • Praying Tanaka
      Praying Tanaka Month ago

      Praying Tanaka is very happy that you were able to receive this blessing and live on 🌝🙏 bless the soul who inadvertently saved you

    • J O
      J O 4 months ago +3

      @ChickenNicker I'm aware that most people whom die aren't suitable for organ donation, I studied human biology and human diversity at uni, I was more so trying to explain to the other person who was confused about why it was on the license, it's often explained that those who have little chance of survival get their organs taken for donation and the easiest way to determine whether they are an organ donor or not is via their license however, if they have little chance of survival their family is typically called in, it happened to my eldest brother a few years ago. He was in a car accident and he was an organ donor but, the hospital still consulted my parents.

    • ChickenNicker
      ChickenNicker 4 months ago +8

      @J O most people that die actually aren't suitable for organ donation, but a car accident is one of the most common scenarios where you might have organs suitable for donation, and after you die time is of the essence for donation. So on your driver's licence is a great place to let people know you're an organ donor :)

    • J O
      J O 4 months ago +2

      @Name Here in Australia it is on your license in black bold letters, my father's an organ donor but I don't know why it's on the license, maybe to ID the person initially if they're in an accident? Idk

    • mr wavelet
      mr wavelet 4 months ago +1

      😂 i have heard stories you say

  • ☻Sadie☻
    ☻Sadie☻ 2 months ago +1

    Ive watched this video so many times. Because that pumpkin soup or whatever it was looks so good.

  • StarFuryDuck
    StarFuryDuck 4 months ago +16

    Honestly first time I went into the anatomy lab, it was so surreal to see the inside of a real person (given that they are actually embalmed first and treated to not decay as quickly)and it was also somewhat life changing. Also they usually cover up the faces, for anonimity somewhat. Surprisingly I felt really hungry after dissecting class, where I did the upper leg and saw that beautiful sartorius muscle. Maybe it was the formol, or my innate disire for cannibalism, who knows.
    Oh btw that tractus illiotibialis on the upper thigh was a real bitch to cut open, I don't know if anyone else had that problem too.

  • internet distress
    internet distress 4 months ago +7

    My mom used to do cadavar dissections lots of times when she was studying medicine. She said that they had dissections first thing in the morning, so she used to be opening up fresh corpses from the nearby hospital at 8am on an empty stomach.

  • Syrup Kid
    Syrup Kid 3 months ago +1

    Knows how to cook and has good stories = Fun Person

  • kcluckystars
    kcluckystars 4 months ago +1584

    My daughter's a nurse. When she started classes, I told her that when they got to work with cadavers, to never forget that they had been someone's child, mom, dad, grandparent, sibling, spouse, etc., and to always be respectful. So the first time they had just a tour of the morgue, she said the body was covered except the hands. She asked if she could touch it and was told yes. So she held the persons hand and said, "Thank you." (Her classmates were a bit shocked but then she told them why.)

    • VICIOUS IMPALER
      VICIOUS IMPALER 4 days ago

      @Amra O wait we respect the living? Where? I haven't seen that.

    • Eris Mana
      Eris Mana 8 days ago

      @Amra O depends on the person not everyone is worthy of respect

    • Jk Goulet
      Jk Goulet 9 days ago +1

      This is very sweet.

    • Christie Avril
      Christie Avril 20 days ago +2

      @OnTheRocks well to her it probably must've been an emotional moment and just wanted to show her gratitude towards the deceased. there's no reason to be mean about it.

    • OnTheRocks
      OnTheRocks 21 day ago +1

      @•strawberry • You can be silently respectful without making a dramatic show of taking the hand of a literal corpse and thanking it.
      Serious main character syndrome.

  • Autumn 🍂
    Autumn 🍂 Month ago

    Your stories are so inspiring and I am proud of your work

  • Aigiri Nandini
    Aigiri Nandini Month ago

    I don't know if people say this about your videos but that perfect loop makes my brain really happy and your stories are amazing ❤️

  • Dinu Mihai
    Dinu Mihai 4 months ago +5

    One of the most euphoric feelings I had in med school was leaving university at night, tired, after studying anatomy on cadavers. Some years later, at the morphopathology labs, I'd leave the hospital morgue after dissecting fresh cadavers with the professors. I'd smoke a cigarette with them and then walk home. Good days

  • Shen Amily
    Shen Amily 4 months ago +1

    this pumpkin soup looks amazing

  • VibeLife with Me
    VibeLife with Me 4 months ago +1915

    Never thought about sharing it but my grandpa was a hero too tbh.He donation his cornea and his body. We don't not think about it much but this indeed is a big deal. And I respect everyone doing this. ✨

    • Connaeris
      Connaeris 2 months ago +1

      Your grandpa really was a hero! I have a degenerative disease in my cornea which may require a transplant in the future. It's thanks to people like him that I can hope I'll always be able to see!

    • VibeLife with Me
      VibeLife with Me 4 months ago +2

      @Histo Logie that's what I meant ... thanks

    • Histo Logie
      Histo Logie 4 months ago +2

      Maybe rather his cornea?

    • MrPreprio
      MrPreprio 4 months ago +9

      Your grandpa was totally a hero

  • Queen Ray
    Queen Ray Month ago

    I used to do the same thing!! My mom had done night classes and I’d never see her until 2am so I’d sneak out of my room and see her studying. I always felt bad for interrupting, but I got chocolate milk out of it! I was like 5, I remember doing this until I was 8.

  • Mansi Singh
    Mansi Singh 3 months ago

    Even as a child when I first learnt of it, I never thought of it as something bad or scary, it just made my eyes shiny😂😂 I thought "oh so cool, so you can be helpful like that! I wanna do that too!" I still think like that, I would want to do that too when the time comes. It's good to be helpful when you're dying anyway

  • M H
    M H 3 months ago

    Knowing that I am an organ donor gives me peace, knowing that what I can't use anymore someone else can, means you're truly not gone.

  • ANTI-KENWAY
    ANTI-KENWAY 4 months ago

    I know i could eat during a horror movie and stuff, but I love how she makes food while talkin' bout this

  • EnNombreDeLaCiencia !
    EnNombreDeLaCiencia ! 4 months ago +4970

    I’m at the middle of my DVM studies and I see dogs, cats and other animals cadavers at least twice a week. I know they didn’t decide to be used for science purposes, but I’m thankful with them, because they’re teaching us and will save thousands of lives in the future with each student.

    • Tony Texas
      Tony Texas 4 months ago

      I read DMV and was like WTF

    • Kelsey Mitchell
      Kelsey Mitchell 4 months ago +1

      @Kiit I appreciate the point you're trying to make, but being a vet is just definitely NOT easier than being a med student or a surgeon. Every very has to be trained in surgery and many different types of animal anatomy. They're phlebotomists, anesthesiologists, histologists, pathologists, nutritionists, surgeons, dentists, periodontists, orthopedics, radiologists, etc all in one. They do so much more than you know with a fraction of the support from the general public. Plus animals can't tell them what's wrong. So it's just as hard, if not harder than a human doctor

    • are you choking?
      are you choking? 4 months ago +1

      Ur lucky u get to dissect any, I'm on my third year DVM program and my country's government still restrict schools to do f2f classes. Vet school here is 6 yrs, I hope I don't graduate while still being incompetent 🥲.

  • The Second Circle
    The Second Circle 4 months ago +1

    Huh I never thought cadavers scared people. I first learned about them when I was around 6-7 and it’s an incredibly interesting practice that has exist for hundreds of years.
    Im glad you’ve eventually got over the idea of zombies and such haha
    Need that dough recipe tho

  • Mayah Victoria
    Mayah Victoria 4 months ago

    THAT SOUP LOOKS SO GOOD! Can u put out a recipe??

  • Sadie:b
    Sadie:b 2 months ago

    I had a cow eye dissection and I got to keep the lens of the eye! 10/10 would recommend I a group of 2-3!!❤️🙌🏻

  • ♡ Spooks Subs𓂃੭
    ♡ Spooks Subs𓂃੭ 4 months ago +8

    THE STORY WAS SO GOOD I WATCHED IT UNTIL THE LOOP AND IT WAS THE SMOOTHEST THING.

  • mahyal no
    mahyal no 4 months ago +649

    hearing her stories and watching her cook the most delicious food will be the two most comforting things ever.

    • Setuwo Kecik
      Setuwo Kecik 4 months ago

      @Aelin Uial but hey, at least in the end it's actually a cool instead of creepy story.

    • helili
      helili 4 months ago

      ahh yes the comforting sensation of organ dissection stories 💗

    • mahyal no
      mahyal no 4 months ago

      @Aelin Uial I meant in general 😰😰

    • Aelin Uial
      Aelin Uial 4 months ago +10

      I don't think listening a cadáver dissection story is comforting at all...

  • Ryupolyo
    Ryupolyo 4 months ago

    The video: soothing due to it's nice lighting and overall vibe of it
    The audio: A CHILDHOOD STORY OF MINE THAT HAUNTS ME

  • Keziah Here
    Keziah Here 3 months ago

    I'm surprised cuz I'm Tamil and in my culture there's this sweet which is made of small balls of dough that are cooked and then put in a sweet porridge like base and its amazing. And the dish that you made seems very similar!!! BTW, Korean and Tamil has over 4000 words that are similar like Mom in Korean is the same!! Omma - Amma and sometimes dishes are similar as well. Isn't that cool 😀

  • Zuhdi Gaming
    Zuhdi Gaming 3 months ago

    You are a really good cook one day in the future you will collab with so many people

  • the royale BANANA

    I swear this lady teaches me more than school ever will

  • Jj♡
    Jj♡ 4 months ago +987

    It's only in medical field where THE DEAD TEACH THE LIVING. My Anatomy proffesor would always tell us that we should respect the cadavers because they were heroes for sacrificing their bodies to help us learn. I really find it so emotional, In India the dead are payed off respects in a grand way and it must have not been easy for the family to accept their loved one in that state, when I held a scalpel and I was dissecting that was the exact thought running in my a head, all I could do for say " thank you for teaching me, may your soul rest in peace"

    • Flamin Mongrel
      Flamin Mongrel 3 months ago

      same, BPT here (looking to apply for Doctor of physical therapy in the future) in the first year we were made to do the dissections and our teacher would say the same thing every time.

    • Duderito Z
      Duderito Z 4 months ago

      Medical field & yknow, the army. First time you see someone shoot at a tank & then said tank blow them in half you dont ever do that yourself.

    • Lina P.
      Lina P. 4 months ago +4

      Archaeologists and anthropologists would beg to differ 😅

    • Jj♡
      Jj♡ 4 months ago +1

      @Google Is evil I'm so sorry that had happened ❤️ my heart goes to you and your family

  • Thanh Nguyen
    Thanh Nguyen Month ago

    I made this sometimes when i was living in America. I loved to add some more brown sugar inside the balls. It should be so great🥰

  • Celeste K.
    Celeste K. 4 months ago

    Agree 10000000%! Also, that soup looks AMAZING!!

  • yuri797
    yuri797 Month ago +1

    Im a doctor and I also still want to contribute to advance the medical field when I die. In fact this is what I've been planning to do even before getting into med school.

  • CEW
    CEW 4 months ago +2

    The soup looks delicious. Would love the recipe ‼️🌹❤️🙏🏻

    • Coqui
      Coqui 2 months ago +1

      is in the youtube video “getting ready for a date…”

    • jimena
      jimena 3 months ago

      same

  • Luisa
    Luisa 4 months ago +718

    I'm a med student and am just in the middle of dissection class and we're all eternally grateful to the people who gave us the wonderful gift that is their bodies! We honour and respect them so much, without this learning the human anatomy would be impossible. It's them who make it possible to give us the best education and in the long run make it possible that lives can be saved.

    • Sammy
      Sammy 4 months ago +1

      Another med student here and I totally agree❤

    • Li T
      Li T 4 months ago

      Same! The gift that these people have given will save so many more lives and I am forever grateful to be able to study them.

    • Luisa
      Luisa 4 months ago +6

      @Fiz N alrighty then hope u have a good day too !

    • Luisa
      Luisa 4 months ago +11

      @Peter Rabit no, never ever! it's the first rule you get taught upon getting to know the body donor. everyone i know handles it seriously, of course over time the atmosphere gets lighter but no one ever makes jokes about the body donors themselves.

  • Daniella Tolentino
    Daniella Tolentino Month ago

    I used to do the same thing😂 every time my mom came home from work, I’d open the door for her. I was like 4-5 and still remember everything

  • cloudz
    cloudz 4 months ago +1

    i like how she says if i die. she truly is amazing

  • Daveed Yunion
    Daveed Yunion 9 days ago

    Love her unapologetic way of cooking what she loves

  • Kamruz Zaman
    Kamruz Zaman Month ago

    She's the best story teller ☺️

  • tangerines and shines
    tangerines and shines 4 months ago +410

    honestly this year I entered med school and dissection was one of the most important classes. we're forever grateful to the people who think of the greater good and choose to donate their bodies so we can understand more about it. the knowledge we gain from doing dissection cannot be compared to anything else. really, they're our heroes. cadavers are our first teachers, even after their death.

    • Soul _ SkinS
      Soul _ SkinS 4 months ago

      @Luji Algeria

    • letícia
      letícia 4 months ago

      @Soul _ SkinS where are you from?

    • Utahime Iori
      Utahime Iori 4 months ago +6

      Ikr, just this year I started my first year of med school and dissection is the most important part of anatomy classes. Our professor made sure to let us know the rules and we diligently follow them out of respect for the people who donated their bodies. The rules include not speaking too loudly, not laughing, no talking except questions and answers, and just basic human respect to the cadavers. They help us learn so much, even in history we learn that until cadaver dissections were made legal in universities, anatomy was far from accurate. We remember to thank the person who donated their body after each session and that's how it should be everywhere

    • Luji
      Luji 4 months ago +2

      @Soul _ SkinS what country are you from if I may ask?

    • Soul _ SkinS
      Soul _ SkinS 4 months ago +7

      You are Lucky , my country doesn't allow the using of cadavers for studying purpose , hope that will change.

  • You are loved💛
    You are loved💛 2 months ago

    When I was like 6 or 7, my Dad let me look at his drivers license, because I was curious about it. He explained why his eye color was listed, what the numbers meant, etc. I noticed *doner* written next to a red heart, and asked what that meant. As a little kid, I thought the red heart was just a cute decoration, and I couldn't wait to get one on my license. He told me it meant that when he died, he would donate his organs to people who needed them. Well, this probably wasn't the best thing to tell me, because I BURST into tears, and had a full on meltdown. The mere thought of my Dad dying one day completely threw me off, and I did not want to imagine him being cut into and his organs being put in somebody else. I was a little spooked for a while, but I opened up to the thought of being a doner when I was taught more about it. Now, I am a registered donor:)

  • Shawna Mock
    Shawna Mock 4 months ago +1

    Love making these for the kids! My brother started when I started receiving my new grandchildren.

    • no-one
      no-one 4 months ago

      what are the balls made of..?

    • Caroline Cammy
      Caroline Cammy 4 months ago +2

      What's the food called? I want to search up the recipe

  • Twinkle
    Twinkle Month ago

    Is it just me or does anyone else think her voice is so soothing and satisfying to hear-

  • Michael Tang
    Michael Tang 4 months ago

    You have good memory and great story telling skills

  • Trip Kirtiputra
    Trip Kirtiputra 4 months ago +697

    In Thailand, cadavers are referred to as “Ajarn Yai” or Great Professor, and before the term started a ritual is held in respect for the sacrifice and in gratitude for the lesson they are about to give. After the term is finished, these Great Professors are given a state sponsored funeral with fill honors. The first cadaver in our country was a professor who said that he was born to teach, and even in death he would like to be able to teach. My parents already donated their bodies to medicine, and proudly carry their cadaver donation ID with pride.

    • Michelle Parks
      Michelle Parks 4 months ago

      I love this!!!

    • Carla Crouser
      Carla Crouser 4 months ago +4

      @Leigh Blair I think they are still among the living 😉

    • Nonya B
      Nonya B 4 months ago +7

      What a great way your country’s schools honor human life. I wish we could be as spiritually connected in America. Giving others respect, honor, and gratitude would do us some good. Without these types of practices in life, you can become disrespectful to others and entitled to everything. And that’s not very nice to be with! As well as a reminder of our mortalities, and how we want to be honorable when our time comes too.

    • Collective Rhythm
      Collective Rhythm 4 months ago +1

      😲 wow!

    • dirty little 5percent
      dirty little 5percent 4 months ago +7

      Wow! Thanks for sharing. That's incredible to learn. I honor and respect ur parents, and all the other Great Professors

  • Angelica G
    Angelica G 2 months ago

    Whats the recipe to this dish it looks so good and i would love to try it!❤️

  • azrael
    azrael 3 months ago

    I love her voice and way of words ❤ very alluring....

  • ANIMELegacy
    ANIMELegacy 4 months ago

    I cannot stop I have been watching her videos continuously for 3 hours now 🙂

  • Haris Jahangir
    Haris Jahangir Month ago

    We are taught to respect the cadavers we work on as a med student... they aid our knowledge greatly and when you are next to them, the scene really makes you appreciate life. Because eventually we will all end up there. Kinda cool.

  • Nikki T
    Nikki T 4 months ago +671

    I think it’s an amazing thing to donate your body to science. After we finished our gross anatomy course we had a ceremony to thank all of those who allowed us to study on their bodies. Their family members were invited and we had the opportunity to thank them as well. If not for those people the medical field wouldn’t be where it is today.

    • Aldana A.
      Aldana A. 3 months ago

      @SpicySalad Yes, probably. It just sounded weird haha

    • AJ B
      AJ B 3 months ago +1

      That is very true. Back hundreds and thousands of years ago. Opening dead bodies was considered a horrible act. But it is necessary to do these things in order to learn and by doing these things are medical system is said to be better.

    • Flamin Mongrel
      Flamin Mongrel 3 months ago

      @Julie Pépin you were probably more focused on the existing state of those rodents than you were about the science they were trying to make you observe

    • SpicySalad
      SpicySalad 3 months ago

      @Aldana A. probably google? 🤨

    • Aldana A.
      Aldana A. 3 months ago

      @TheTinLion My question is how do you know all of those prices? 🤨

  • ノホモ
    ノホモ 4 months ago

    Holy heck what's the recipe for that soup? I once bought a packaged pumpkin soup from the Korean market with the tapioca balls in it and it was SOO yummy and comforting

  • The Immortal Koi From Grounded

    I can relate to the "pretending to sleep and waking up to greet my mom" part

  • Radostina Yancheva
    Radostina Yancheva 4 months ago

    I love your earthenware pots. I thought these can't be used on ceramic hot plate.

  • Sanaz Lol
    Sanaz Lol 4 months ago

    My sister graduated from med school 2 years ago and omfg did I love the dissection stories she had. I wouldn’t leave her alone, LITERALLY. I’d ask her about them, Didn’t matter if we were eating lunch, If there were others around (Which I should’ve been more considerate but I was an excited tween at the time).

  • Reese Olivero
    Reese Olivero 2 months ago

    that meal you made at the end looks amazing!

  • Ty Jörgensen
    Ty Jörgensen 20 days ago

    Like half my friends are doctors (WWAMi program) I don’t ever ask them questions but occasionally I hear some wild stories.
    I’m a counselor myself so I know what it means to overshare. I have the heart on my license so yeah..I’m donating my body to others- much respect.

  • Joshua Michael
    Joshua Michael 4 months ago

    Love your facial expressions,everytime you take a bite...... The best!! Bigger the bite,the more you look like a cute/angry korean

  • Ko Ya
    Ko Ya 3 months ago

    The best teachers I ever had in dental school were the 15 indivuals who donated themselves for my knowledge. Truly a privilege to learn from them. We had a memorial service at the end of the year and invited their families.

  • Hello There
    Hello There 3 months ago

    My mom is a doctor, i remember one time she told me about this, also a bit too early lol. She said the professor left the room for several hours, leaving all of the students (including her) alone in a room with a dead body that reeked so strongly of formaldehyde that people were passing out. To avoid passing out herself, she had to sit with her head between her knees.
    So that was a wonderful thing to think about for 9 year old me lolllll

  • usersixthreefour
    usersixthreefour 4 months ago

    If I knew I only had a few days to live, and I signed up for this, I would have something weird and spooky surgically implanted in me to freak tf out of whoever opened me up. Imagine opening up a body and seeing a xenomorph fetus 😂

  • BeeeHonest
    BeeeHonest 2 months ago

    LOL... I like your clips. talking about some unrelated yet sometimes interesting stories in the background while cooking some delicious meals within a min time! Brilliant!

  • Nicole Acosta
    Nicole Acosta 4 months ago +1

    I love the loop effect she did at the end.

  • T___T._. 8816
    T___T._. 8816 4 months ago +183

    My aunt donated her body too... I still remember my parents watching the live stream of the ritual in which they showed respect to those who donated their bodies for medical students to learn more about the human body. I still remember 2 years ago, we kind of have to like dissect a flower or something and my science teacher was talking about how we should appreciate frogs and some other animals that died and so we were able to learn more about it and it just reminded me of my aunt so I kind of teared up a bit in class...

  • Sugar Cube
    Sugar Cube 3 months ago +3

    I have a friend who's now admitted in a medical college and she said her friends actually play with the dead people's organs luke throw at each other when it’s old and eventually it just spreads all over their classroom. Idk it sounds scary to me to know someone will do these with my organs. Even if I'm dead I would still want people to show a little respect to my body parts and not to play with it. I would love to donate them to people in need but this thing is just scary lol.

  • Lori Wagner
    Lori Wagner 4 months ago

    I signed up for this years ago. If it helps doctors learn it's worth it to me.

  • katsuki bakugou
    katsuki bakugou 3 months ago

    I can relate to that, my dad is a doctor and I asked him the same question a year ago

  • wooyoung's nostrils
    wooyoung's nostrils 3 months ago

    I LOVE biology. I'm definitely doing this when I die too.

  • Stella CKP
    Stella CKP 4 months ago +22

    In my language, we call cadavers "elder professor", so they're very respected

  • Lorenzo Belli
    Lorenzo Belli 3 months ago

    This looks amazing where can I get the recipe

  • It's Melissa
    It's Melissa 2 months ago

    Scary to imagine this...
    I want to be an organ donor, but I would not donate my body to medicine.
    Still, people who do this are heroes

  • Freebooter Luckless
    Freebooter Luckless Month ago +1

    I def want to be made into a science skeleton, bonus points if they put me in a fun teacher’s classroom where they dress me up in a goofy shirt

  • Stepha Wilson
    Stepha Wilson 4 months ago

    I understood this at a very young age. Is that weird? Sure my mom worked in hospital data entry and talked about it from time to time but before my parents told me about what being a vet meant ,(age 7), I knew what a cadaver was. It was for science and voluntary!

  • Dani D
    Dani D 4 months ago

    Whatever recipe you made looks really good!

  • Super Bananas
    Super Bananas 3 months ago

    I'm a Nursing Assistant (Will be starting my full Nursing training year after next probs) and a donor.
    For me it's a way for me to help people even after I'm dead.
    Though I think I'd be pretty down for medical research aswell.

  • Max Hepburn
    Max Hepburn 3 months ago +9

    That was incredible timing with the loop and the swing of the cleaver.

  • Thais Do Carmo Arantes
    Thais Do Carmo Arantes 2 months ago +1

    In my country only unclaimed(?) people's bodies can be "donated to science" to avoid uncomfortable situations where someone might have to open up their aunt or something. You can only willigly donate your body if you have a special disease/condition

  • Palm Spirit
    Palm Spirit 4 months ago +320

    My school has a small memorial for the cadavers where the families attend as well and we appreciate their selfless donation to our learning. There are flowers and candles and photos of them in their prime. It's so beautiful. It is such a selfless, vulnerable thing to do.

    • RatedR
      RatedR 3 months ago +1

      Where is this? Normally we don’t hear them being so respectful to the donated cadavers. 🤔

  • kittencatcool yt
    kittencatcool yt 3 months ago

    When I got my first ID, the people asked me if I wanted to be an organ donor, so I asked my mom what that was. She replied with, "When you die, they take your organs and use them to save others." And after hearing that, I didn't even hesitate to say, "Yes please" I don't regret my decision, I just now have to ask more questions along the way. People ask me a lot of the time if I'm scared that my organs will be given away, and I always respond the same way I have since my mom asked me the first time if I was sure. "Of course! Its not like I need em anymore anyway."

  • Nada does
    Nada does 4 months ago

    Explaining a story that includes opening dead people up and cooking food is a great combination

  • Ray
    Ray 2 months ago

    Aww, the pig-shaped dish 🐷💖 (idk what it's called?)
    We have a somewhat well-known poem about giving own deceased body to science in our language so I knew I wanted mine to be useful since I was a teen.

  • Dolores San Nicolas
    Dolores San Nicolas 3 months ago

    That looks good, I was hoping you would share the recipe, Im guessing, pumpkin soup?

  • nota frogg
    nota frogg 4 months ago +767

    I can smell the boiled pumpkin. How is that possible??

    • えジJulius ジえ
      えジJulius ジえ 4 months ago

      mE tO '-'

    • Erica Smith, MBA
      Erica Smith, MBA 4 months ago +3

      @lemon toby I think you're right cause I never smell it either. I've never eaten pumpkin in my life.

    • Muffin-Mary Dairy
      Muffin-Mary Dairy 4 months ago +1

      @lemon toby 👍👍

    • lemon toby
      lemon toby 4 months ago +21

      You can smell it bc u have the memory of the smell. I never smell boiled pumpkin so i dont smell it. Or ur caretaker/lover is boiling pumpin

    • MessyJessy Neko
      MessyJessy Neko 4 months ago +1

      @Candy Italy howww

  • J R
    J R 2 months ago

    I’m definitely making this. Thanks x

  • Ernest Koh
    Ernest Koh 2 months ago

    Loves all your recipes... Cheers 😉

  • Salt & Lime 솔트 앤 라임

    That pumpkin soup looks good. I like your white pottery pot!

  • mushroombone
    mushroombone 2 months ago

    I already am an organ donor, but I definitely am going to donate my body.

  • 1 crazy sushi luver
    1 crazy sushi luver 4 months ago +83

    I relate so much to the first bit. My mom worked evenings as a respiratory therapist and I would stay up until 11 just to see her and she would come home smelling like the hospital and sanitizer so now, walking into a hospital the small actually makes me feel safe

  • Suravarapu Nageswar
    Suravarapu Nageswar 4 months ago

    I'm going to be a med student and when you said you want to donate your body for dissection when you die... I felt like you are a hero... Thank you so much

  • Novell3sque
    Novell3sque 2 months ago

    Anyone have a list of the ingredients by any chance? 🥺

  • Dr Himshikha
    Dr Himshikha Month ago

    On the first day of school - we were walked into a dissection hall at 9am,first thing in the morning - and the entire room had tables with 30+ cadavers. It seems so casual now after all this time - but as an 18 year old, first day nerves and multiple dead people didn't sit well.

  • Sam
    Sam 5 days ago

    That soup looks amazing

  • Berri pxp
    Berri pxp 4 months ago +12

    That soup looks just like a Haitian meal that we make for New Years! Looks really good, crazy how meals can be so similar coming from different places.

    • Arielle Guiteau
      Arielle Guiteau 4 months ago +1

      I was gonna say the same thing. Looks like soup joumou

    • Kitty Rawwrr
      Kitty Rawwrr 4 months ago +1

      I may be wrong but this looks like Hobakjuk. It's easy to make and delicious!

  • Bluet Spirit
    Bluet Spirit 4 months ago

    It looks so good, what are the ingredients??