Adam Savage Cooks the Impossible Burger with Traci Des Jardins!

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    Adam Savage visits chef Traci Des Jardins at her restaurant Jardinière to learn how the Impossible Burger is cooked. Traci walks us through the making of this veggie burger that looks, tastes, and feels like real meat, discussing the culinary science of how it cooks on the grill. Plus, a taste test!
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  • Adam Savage’s Tested
    Adam Savage’s Tested  2 months ago +1

    Cooking Perfect Omelettes with Adam Savage (and Traci Des Jardins!) thexvid.com/video/1dGBRGtyzX0/video.html

  • AH Glasher
    AH Glasher 5 hours ago

    12:08 And don't forget increased dissertation.

  • Thezuule
    Thezuule 8 hours ago

    8:58 So this whole bit about his friend that makes his dog eat vegetarian makes me a bit ill.. Dogs are kind of omnivores from living with humans for so long but they're not fucking vegetarians ffs...
    thexvid.com/video/6sM8pDH-HMc/video.html

  • Thezuule
    Thezuule 8 hours ago

    2.0 patty kicks the 1.0 patty's ass.

  • duncan maclachlan
    duncan maclachlan 18 hours ago

    Dont bother if you want to know what it tastes like as this is 11.30 mins of cooking but you learn nothing

  • John
    John 4 days ago +1

    It doesn't look like a burger at all - it looks synthetic after it's cooked - I would spot this right away and it's no wonder they use a lot of strong flavored toppings/ingredients to hide the hideous taste of this Frankenstein meal.

  • Sandro Grandi
    Sandro Grandi 12 days ago

    ruined by the caramelised onions

  • George Titus
    George Titus 16 days ago +1

    A regular burger is still by far much better!

  • hillock10
    hillock10 17 days ago

    Here is the best tasting, best mouth feel, texture, low fat burger in the world! Leanburger. There is no competition currently. Leanburger is lower fat than Impossible burger, and charbroils almost totally smokeless. See for yourself.
    thexvid.com/video/r6OzO-kqQ5Y/video.html

  • Clifford Hawley
    Clifford Hawley 17 days ago

    I'm very curious about the Impossible burger.

  • W. C.
    W. C. 17 days ago

    I would love to try this burger with a bunch of bacon on top

  • bitterman co
    bitterman co 22 days ago

    There’s a video where Jeremy Clarkson is trying the ‘impossible burger’ and omg as expected the comment section is just toxic. At least people who have commented here aren’t as massive jerks about veganiman and have a bit of humility about people who don’t eat meat.

  • betty lynch
    betty lynch 28 days ago

    I don't like the taste of meat. I am vegan. I guess, I will stick to my sweet potato Pattie.

  • The Stoic Edgelord
    The Stoic Edgelord Month ago

    Toxic sawdust "patty"
    This is propaganda

  • PigMine 7
    PigMine 7 Month ago

    @6:45 they look dry, I would be drizzling that butter sauce on them about now and turning up the heat

  • frexicano
    frexicano Month ago

    I would've like to have seen a "naked taste test" OF THE BURGER PATTY, perverts, before you go there! No bun, veggies, or condiments. An honest, STAND ALONE, TASTE TEST OF THE PRODUCT.

  • Olde Knight
    Olde Knight Month ago +4

    nothing really new, cheap $1 burgers already made from 90% soy protein

  • plmvirginiauva
    plmvirginiauva Month ago +4

    Now make an impossible steak, an impossible pork chop, and an impossible turkey.

    • Agustín Baletti
      Agustín Baletti Month ago +1

      Impossible has a goal to replace all meat for 2030. They have great amount of funding and they will accomplish this revolution

  • MAFIMA
    MAFIMA Month ago

    Yes yes yes! Awesome

  • Aaron D
    Aaron D Month ago

    I only eat Soylent Green burgers...

  • Aaron D
    Aaron D Month ago

    If it don't moo, it ain't made to chew

  • Mikyll1969
    Mikyll1969 Month ago

    if you wanna be so happy about eating plant-based stuff... stop trying to convince yourself and the world that it tastes like meat if you don't want meat...stop trying to copy it

    • Mikyll1969
      Mikyll1969 Month ago

      and as far as 'if you didn't know it wasn't meat...you wouldn't know"...that's crap... fake stuff is always detectable... stop trying to copy things you wanna NOT be... just accept what you get

  • Tommy Crump
    Tommy Crump 2 months ago

    ngl that looks pretty good, I kinda wanna try that burger, even though I hate anything vegan but its worth trying at least once to see if its as good as it looks

    • SillyBoi
      SillyBoi Month ago

      It is, I tried it like 2 weeks ago and I was legit shocked. I went in expecting it to be disgusting and have a bad texture. And I ate it without a bun or toppings. If you put it on a bun with some toppings I truly wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between a real burger and this burger

  • Pete Jansen
    Pete Jansen 2 months ago

    Was that 2.0 version? It's better, a lot better.

  • Asiya whaa
    Asiya whaa 2 months ago

    That doesn't look like real beef to me 👎🏾🤢

  • TriColoredTiger
    TriColoredTiger 2 months ago

    now go vegan

  • BaahBen
    BaahBen 2 months ago

    It was terrific!

  • Mihir patel
    Mihir patel 2 months ago

    meanwhile Indian people be putting potatoes everywhere

  • Kurtis Kuchcinski
    Kurtis Kuchcinski 2 months ago

    I wonder what it would taste like without all the fine cooking. I will buy one and eat the burger alone and report back.

  • Carbs and Coffee
    Carbs and Coffee 2 months ago

    Sometimes there’s 3 patties on the grill, sometimes there’s 2. 🤔

  • Nick Morphew
    Nick Morphew 3 months ago

    You two have such a sweet relationship.

  • SoJeph
    SoJeph 3 months ago

    Not against any of this. Different strokes for different folks is how I feel. I have eaten vegetarian burgers before, but I think they should have only slapped a piece of cheese on top (or ketchup and mustard only if it is vegan), for a real comparison. I am not a vegetarian, but if you are vegetarian, do you really care if something tastes like meat? if it is a marketing thing for proselytes trying to convert meat eaters; I don't think it will work. Immitation will never win. Be yourself is tried and true. "Vegetables... You have value!, Be vegetables. People who don't eat you will die faster and faster. ".

  • Crazy Legs
    Crazy Legs 3 months ago

    80/20 ground beef salted (done medium), bacon and cheese on a sesame bun.... NO veg needed...EVER.

  • mrackerm
    mrackerm 3 months ago

    At 2:37, did she dip the spatula in melted butter so she could grill the buns?

  • MA AS
    MA AS 3 months ago

    when is this in Australia?

  • Molly Pete
    Molly Pete 3 months ago

    Traci maintains the most intense eye-contact. I enjoy it.

  • Kira Anastasia Andersen

    The sound is really bad in this

  • not BANGERTV
    not BANGERTV 3 months ago

    The Impossible burger isn't vegan. The Beyond is.

  • John Doe
    John Doe 3 months ago

    It's not an impossible burger. ITS. NOT. A. BURGER.

  • Chul Hogan
    Chul Hogan 3 months ago

    13:00 Nice parenting that kid got

  • Eytan Kollin
    Eytan Kollin 3 months ago

    I'm a happy omnivore. I truly enjoy being near the top of the food chain. But I order the impossible burger as my first option whenever I have the chance. It might not be the very best burger I can have. However it is a damn good burger in its own right. If I can have a damn good burger without killing a cow? No brainer.

  • Panther15 ZodiacGods
    Panther15 ZodiacGods 3 months ago

    This is beautiful. No other mammal on earth could do this with food. Humans can really receive spiritual inspirations better than any other.

  • DCMutE27
    DCMutE27 3 months ago

    Unless I am seriously mistaken, she used butter to skillet the 'Vegan' buns. Very small point but that is NOT a vegan burger.

  • John B
    John B 3 months ago

    He's not kidding about this stuff passing the uncanny valley. I had their competitor, Beyond Burger and that thing was incredibly similar to what I remembered beef tasting like. It was a bit too similar for me. I prefer my veggie burgers tasting like vegetables I've realized.

  • Krazykat722
    Krazykat722 3 months ago

    vegan bun...i hope that wasnt butter she tossed on the griddle!

  • Alisia Lopez
    Alisia Lopez 3 months ago

    That looks really amazing actually

  • Edward Valentino
    Edward Valentino 3 months ago

    I call bullshit.
    I have had the impossible burger, and I can tell you with 100% certainly which burger was which if you put a real burger and an impossible burger in front ou f me

  • Andre Farmer
    Andre Farmer 3 months ago

    5:54 The Chef admits to storing VEGAN MEAT with actual meat in her inventory!!! Wow!

  • j mills
    j mills 3 months ago

    Buy your food local and direct from a farmer and you will see a difference. All lab grown meat uses fetal bovine serum. Look it up its true. Fake food = junk

  • Karaseenya
    Karaseenya 3 months ago

    Can people fuck off with avocado already??

  • Uptin Sinclaire
    Uptin Sinclaire 3 months ago

    thexvid.com/video/nIiLqNQOgPA/video.html
    If you want to see how the burger is made.

  • Top Rod
    Top Rod 3 months ago

    At 4:18 there's 3 burgers on the griddle and when she goes to flip them, there's only 2. ;-)

  • RAYRAYCREW5
    RAYRAYCREW5 3 months ago

    It would have been better with a tomato! Looks good tho!

  • Daniel Feyghin
    Daniel Feyghin 4 months ago

    where are the french fries??

  • Pete Zar
    Pete Zar 4 months ago

    Need to get these into more stores at a decent price.... especially here in Australia where the plant based alternative section at supermarkets is so tiny and so expensive.

  • Shay
    Shay 4 months ago

    People keep talking about the environment to be politically correct. But what about the poor innocent animals that get tortured and killed brutally? this is a much more important reason to go Vegan. Health and environment is just a bonus.

  • Shay
    Shay 4 months ago

    Amazing... can't wait to have it for lunch every day. But where is the fries? and did Adam just wiped his hands on his pants?

  • Lawrence Blake
    Lawrence Blake 4 months ago

    is that molten butter she grills the buns and onions in 😂😂

  • John Wang
    John Wang 4 months ago

    I find it curious that the Impossible burger uses a protein they found in the roots of soy plants that mimcs the behaviour of heme which gives meat it's flavour and reactions to grilling but they had to genetically modify yeast to produce enough of this protein. Why not modify the yeast to produce actual animal based heme proteins?

  • Mike Fani
    Mike Fani 4 months ago +4

    Impossible Burger 🍔 is great 👍🏻 fabulous fantastic delicious 😋 ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️👏👏👏👏👏

  • Humain Terrien
    Humain Terrien 4 months ago

    wooo relax with cornichon :)

  • Eleanor Challenger
    Eleanor Challenger 4 months ago

    vegan burger, vegan bun, but frying it in butter? correct me if I'm wrong

  • lovelybutterfly32
    lovelybutterfly32 4 months ago

    So I decided to look online to find out what see how these are made, like we can so often find a video about on other things, and I couldn't find it. Then I tried to look up the ingredients.. couldn't really find that either. Just found things that "hinted" that only wholes veggiest was in it. Then I stumbled upon this article m.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jan/22/the-plant-based-burger-scam/
    I have eaten meatless burgers that I myself have made. But I am not inclined to eat anyone else's, especially since reading this article. Not that I was gonna spend money on overpriced bad tasting suspect food anyhow.

  • drno
    drno 4 months ago

    Your now a cannibal!

  • GokuTrades
    GokuTrades 4 months ago

    "It's 100% vegan!" *dowses buns in butter*

    • Omz145
      Omz145 3 months ago

      GokuTrades she never said the buns lol

  • whisp
    whisp 4 months ago

    Aren't you supposed to notify viewers when it's a paid promotion lol?

  • funnywhiteboi
    funnywhiteboi 4 months ago

    Get a room!!!

  • Maygan Phynix
    Maygan Phynix 4 months ago +2

    so amazing! ive been vegan for 4 years and I still like the taste of meat. the Impossible Burger blows my mind!

    • Mr. E
      Mr. E 13 days ago

      3 sentences when you should have used only 2.

  • MurphysLaw
    MurphysLaw 4 months ago

    Did she just grill that vegan bun with butter?

  • Nehemiah Marcus
    Nehemiah Marcus 4 months ago

    I love how Jim Gaffigan discusses vegetarians obsession with things that look like meat.
    thexvid.com/video/diEg4rCr4_A/video.html

  • Matte Edström
    Matte Edström 4 months ago

    MAKING A DOGS FOOD VEGETERIAN SHOULD BE ILLEGAL!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Paul Simonson
    Paul Simonson 4 months ago

    Would have been nice if they would have discussed how, and what exactly these burgers are made from...I mean what "vegetables are used??

  • Iam Sam
    Iam Sam 4 months ago

    At this point, Impossible is noticeably better than Beyond, but they're in the same ballpark. However, Impossible is quite a bit more expensive than Beyond, and almost a 50% more expensive option than beef.

  • PorcupineFeet
    PorcupineFeet 4 months ago

    What's the calory comparison compared to a regular meat-based burger?

  • Big B Kenobi
    Big B Kenobi 4 months ago

    20.00 says theyre made from jack fruit.

  • hamsterking5
    hamsterking5 4 months ago

    Did they forget vegi burgers are a thing since the early 2000s? And don't forget vegi dogs.

  • Rungatera H
    Rungatera H 4 months ago

    I'd give it a try, looks legit.

  • Rungatera H
    Rungatera H 4 months ago

    So if its a vegan burger is she using some sort of substitute in place of butter or was that butter she used to toast the buns.

  • Keita Burrell
    Keita Burrell 4 months ago

    Don't eat meat? Don't eat burgers. Get over it.

  • Michael Davis
    Michael Davis 4 months ago

    Pretentious fucker

  • superhoga
    superhoga 4 months ago

    Amazing. When you cover the patty with strongly flavored condiments and hide it in a big bun you don't realize it's not a burger.

  • superhoga
    superhoga 4 months ago

    8:49 finally the truth comes out: "Lets put this puppy together".

  • superhoga
    superhoga 4 months ago

    I don't know. Maybe it's just the camera, but those patties look like burgers the same way turkey bacon looks like actual bacon. Just kinda different.

  • Europa
    Europa 5 months ago

    I went and bought a fat steak and slapped it against my tits for an hour just to help keep me sane.

  • Rich M
    Rich M 5 months ago

    I love these burgers but they are IMPOSSIBLE to find--and cost way too much. Beyond meat, being 10 bucks a pound are expensive but at least can be gotten at the store. I can see this as a very awesome alternative to beef but come on, the price needs to be for the masses if we want a mass acceptance.

  • MIMIK
    MIMIK 5 months ago

    There has been increase in the playback speed near the end.
    It always makes me very aware of itself when I spot it...

  • Erich Breckoff
    Erich Breckoff 5 months ago

    Hamburgers would be tasty if not for that dammed soft spoongy breat they use.
    Real bread is not THAT expensive folks...

  • Sophia Bogard
    Sophia Bogard 5 months ago

    Making burgers taste like meat is not about pleasing vegans or vegetarians. It is about appeasing meat eaters and having a less planet invasive option to have a burger while not eating actual meat. I would only stop eating meat if the vegan meat tasted like it and the price was comparable. Not for moral reasons.

  • Nunyo Bidness
    Nunyo Bidness 5 months ago

    How come I never see a “double” Impossible Burger? They’re all singles. There are many who like the doubles. Are they not very good as a double?

  • suf sanin
    suf sanin 5 months ago +1

    I was expecting to know the process of making the vegi meat.

    • Uptin Sinclaire
      Uptin Sinclaire 3 months ago

      thexvid.com/video/nIiLqNQOgPA/video.html
      If you want to see how the burger is made.

  • Pamela Magdanz
    Pamela Magdanz 5 months ago +2

    I love the impossible burger! Your restaurant looks like the cheers sitcom set 😃 love ❤

  • Spencer LeBrun
    Spencer LeBrun 5 months ago

    I need a girl that looks at me like how she looks at Adam.

  • blunt3068
    blunt3068 5 months ago

    If the burger isn't meat I wont eat.

  • Gustave Frankfurter
    Gustave Frankfurter 6 months ago

    That dude keeps touching the food after he scratched his ass! I wouldn't eat there!

  • Rahil Sethi
    Rahil Sethi 6 months ago

    Is she cooking with lard or coconut oil?

  • Spartan Blueberry
    Spartan Blueberry 6 months ago

    I'm eating my 200$ REAL burger right now, as I'm watching, just because I can !

  • Queen Keda
    Queen Keda 6 months ago

    I ate some at white castle and it was nasty. Maybe because it tasted so real. I haven't had beef in 20 years.

  • jim liu
    jim liu 6 months ago

    Instead of all the resources going to invent/generate this pseudo meat! Why don’t people just eat less ~1/3 meat and ~1/3 more non meat food?

  • Schizonymous
    Schizonymous 7 months ago

    How about all the resources used in CROP Production? LAND USE?! Do you know WHY we don't have FREE RANGE CATTLE?! Because the whole god damned country is CROP FIELDS...
    Geniuses...

    • WolfsbaneFilms
      WolfsbaneFilms Month ago

      Schizonymous Then wouldn’t that just be more reason to switch over to a more plant based diet and meat alternatives?

  • rmooneyh
    rmooneyh 7 months ago

    My question is basic. I'm 62 and the world has changed around me. I'm ok eating a veggie burger. But when I go to the store to buy them. They cost me financially. When we live on a strick budget, how can I afford to eat this way?