‘Chef’ Thinks That Cold Water Boils Faster Than Hot Water | Hell's Kitchen

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  • Published on May 1, 2018
  • To quote Gordon: “What?!”
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  • Rєαpєr
    Rєαpєr 20 hours ago

    I thought Asians were smarter than Americans.

  • James Flames
    James Flames Day ago +1

    I always start with ice when I boil water to boil it the fastest.

  • druha10304
    druha10304 4 days ago

    water boils faster in snow

  • Meliodas Masina
    Meliodas Masina 7 days ago

    1:54 tf this hoe is so annoying SaY ThAnK U mike

  • david.ejioforr
    david.ejioforr 9 days ago

    Hmmm yes

    the floor looks like floor

  • C00LX100
    C00LX100 13 days ago

    I think this is Internet Click baits fault since there was many times article on this topic with titles like cold water heats up faster, while that's true, cold water can absorb heat faster then hot water due to difference in temperature but that however does not and cannot speed up boiling time, since after cold water gets warm, then in takes the same time to boil as the same temp water you could have get out of tap... For example heating water from 10-30 degrees Celsius will take around lets say 5 minutes while heating water from 30-50 degrees will take lets say 10 minutes...

  • badarch Bat-Enkh
    badarch Bat-Enkh 16 days ago

    Hot water freezes faster than cold but opposite is not true

  • Izaya
    Izaya 17 days ago

    She mixed up the fact that hot water freezes faster than cold water with boiling.

  • Sandeep Chakroborthy
    Sandeep Chakroborthy 17 days ago

    The tall skinny Asian sous chef is gangster AF

  • Sandeep Chakroborthy
    Sandeep Chakroborthy 17 days ago

    The tall skinny Asian sous chef is savage AF

  • Andrew Parker
    Andrew Parker 20 days ago

    Its true its due to dissolved minerals once you send piping hot water through mineralized faucets, unless you live under pristine aquifers, such as in memphis or in georgia below the piedmont. Boiling point elevation. That is science.

  • Leif Enigmar
    Leif Enigmar 22 days ago

    ... I... I heard that too... Could've sworn... But... Yeah... When you think about it... It's really dumb

  • Jill Alexander
    Jill Alexander 26 days ago

    That's new cold water boil faster 🤭🤭🤭

  • That Guy
    That Guy 28 days ago

    2:54

  • Thoi Manh
    Thoi Manh Month ago

    Hot water becomes ice faster than cold water tho

  • Otuomi
    Otuomi Month ago

    I've always heard that you don't boil with hot tap water because of possible lead contamination from pipes?

  • Sam I am
    Sam I am Month ago

    gordon ramsay should get his edges done

  • Oscar Fragoso islas

    WHAT! cold bills more faster then hot water dude this lady must be dumb

  • Sleepy Shibu
    Sleepy Shibu Month ago

    im assuming she once dropped ice on a hot pan and thought "wow that boiled fast"

  • Ur Mom
    Ur Mom Month ago

    Omg I’m not even a chef and I learned that in 5th grade

  • YoungD3mon314
    YoungD3mon314 Month ago

    she's not as stupid as they made it seem
    hot water DOES freeze faster than cold water so maybe she got that confused with cold water also boiling faster than hot water

  • Suave Atore
    Suave Atore Month ago

    LMAO he genuinely did not expect that answer.

  • Maverick Houston
    Maverick Houston Month ago

    Also, hot water freezes faster than cold water.

  • I am the Senate
    I am the Senate Month ago

    Why would you go on Hell’s Kitchen without experience of being on a line

  • Ervin Bayani
    Ervin Bayani Month ago +2

    Nani!?
    Just wonder if gordon say that instead of "what"

  • Kareem
    Kareem Month ago

    And I thought a hot tube was filled with hot water

  • Kris Topher
    Kris Topher Month ago

    Boiling water freezes faster than cold water

  • Vimala MC 1954
    Vimala MC 1954 Month ago

    I guess bright side was wrong!

  • SammySlamma92
    SammySlamma92 Month ago

    2:45 To a phycisist: Sorry Chef, I thought slow particles would get faster quicker than fast particles.

  • Sophie
    Sophie Month ago

    Someone taught me that as well. I would always fill my pots and kettle with cold water when I needed to boil water.

  • A96oaye
    A96oaye Month ago +1

    "I thought cold water boils faster than hot water" *Roll the Curb Your Enthusiasm credits*

  • KI11ORDERCLASHOFCLANS
    KI11ORDERCLASHOFCLANS 2 months ago

    Just because I havent seen anyone else say it in the comments.. cold water does not boil faster than hot water, but hot water generally will freeze faster than cool water so that's probably why the dude got confused

  • S L
    S L 2 months ago +1

    🤣🤣🤣🤣 so thats like saying, in winter if you are freezing to death just jump in the freezer, it will warm you up quicker lol

  • Electro_Yellow
    Electro_Yellow 2 months ago

    Come on shes Asian!

  • Max Steel
    Max Steel 2 months ago +11

    *"I thought cold water, was supposed to boil faster than hot water."*
    *Now, THAT, is a rare gem.*

  • i'm a girl
    i'm a girl 2 months ago

    Season 1 nostalgia

  • BotMe
    BotMe 2 months ago +5

    Why
    Just why
    That's like saying failing school sends you to a better college

  • Afshin The Great
    Afshin The Great 2 months ago +6

    *Cold water* will be *absorbing heat faster while it is still cold;* *once it gets up to the temperature of hot water,* the *heating rate slows down* and from there it *takes just as long to bring it to a boil as the water that was hot to begin with.* Because it takes cold water some time to reach the temperature of hot water, *cold water clearly takes longer to boil than hot water does.*

  • James Upton
    James Upton 2 months ago +21

    I actually think that one flummoxed even Gordon Ramsay. There's just no way years of experience could prepare you for that.

  • Awkward Ness
    Awkward Ness 2 months ago +2

    The mpemba effect is where hot water freezes faster than cold water, it's a phenomenon that scientists are struggling to explain but there is evidence to back up.
    The same can be said for the reverse - cold water boils quicker than hot water, it shows that the 'chef' is actually a lot smarter than all of you :) xx

    • Awkward Ness
      Awkward Ness 2 months ago

      @DarkraiKing okay well I guess I'm just trying to say to everyone else ridiculing poor nino, she isn't just an absolute idiot she has some reason behind what she said, even if it's wrong

    • DarkraiKing
      DarkraiKing 2 months ago

      Awkward Ness looked it up, every source says no. And it makes sense. The hot water water is already at higher temp, and thus takes less time to get to a higher temp, cold water needs the energy it takes to get to the hot water, and then more to boil. It’s basic temperature differential. I learnt that stuff in high school

  • Does this Matter?
    Does this Matter? 3 months ago

    Wendy is a goddess

  • Hedrhick Leyma
    Hedrhick Leyma 3 months ago

    that title is killing me

  • Orion Xavier
    Orion Xavier 3 months ago

    I heard this joke at work about his reaction to the idea of boiling cold water was faster, and my first thought was that hot water is often run through a water softener which adds sodium/salt. Thus raising the boiling point.
    However as it turns out, the amount of salt added by a water softener has no significant impact on raising the boiling point, as you would need 50 times the amount just to raise it about 1/2 a degree.

  • BMT
    BMT 3 months ago

    To be fair, that's an old wives tale, but one which no chef should hold true.

  • FacelessDeviant
    FacelessDeviant 4 months ago

    To be honest, topping it off with warm tap water could be bad from a health standpoint. Warm water is more likely to leech heavy metals from the pipes and shouldn't be used for food.

  • John Huysentruyt
    John Huysentruyt 4 months ago

    Cold water will technically heat faster than warm water, however sense it starts off colder it will get to the boiling point slower.

  • John Jack
    John Jack 4 months ago

    She mixed that up. hot water is supposed to freeze faster than cold water

    • Notes On Things
      Notes On Things Month ago

      Even that's only true in extreme situations we don't ever really face in everyday life. You'll make ice cubes in your freezer faster with cold.

  • Viktor Atanasow03
    Viktor Atanasow03 4 months ago

    Ofcourse it was the ugly ass asian bitch with the black pimple on her shitty face

  • The Wild Dinkus!
    The Wild Dinkus! 4 months ago

    You know you need to shut the fuck up when Gordon tells you to stop yelling

  • PanicSwitches
    PanicSwitches 4 months ago

    Lmaooo

  • Jack Larson
    Jack Larson 4 months ago

    Hey Ramsey, how do you boil water?

  • Star Frost
    Star Frost 4 months ago

    I know she is wrong but here is a point that might make you think twice about it being the worst idea. If she had used hot TAP water here in the US, which I assume is where this was filmed, in any other situation you would be using water from your hot water heater. I understand if Chef has little or no experience with these archaic monsters but everyone without long term fluoride poisoning in this country knows to never use hot tap water. Now if he was referring to 'on demand' hot water systems, which I would hope he is then thats a horse of a different color.
    TL;DR In the US, the hot water tap is for dish washing ONLY unless you have an on-demand hot water system.

  • Nikola Petrov
    Nikola Petrov 4 months ago

    I have seen this before. Funny tho

  • billyBk91
    billyBk91 4 months ago

    chick logic

  • what what
    what what 4 months ago

    Scientifically, cold water drops temperature faster than hot water. But that doesnt mean that cold water boils faster that hot water.

  • Christopher Rule
    Christopher Rule 4 months ago +2

    Given that hot water freezes faster than cold water (Mpemba effect), it’s not as stupid as people make out that she got confused.

  • Buntaichō Saber
    Buntaichō Saber 4 months ago

    2:16 From left to right we have a Lvl 1 Crook, a Lvl 35 Boss, and a Lvl 99 God-tier Boss

  • Sebas The wildcard
    Sebas The wildcard 4 months ago

    I wonder what’s the story of the chef with Gordon they chance it’s this lady then later on it was a bald guy and a lady what are they? Do they get fired? I hope not

  • Grace Z
    Grace Z 5 months ago

    Common sense has left the kitchen. 🤦

  • Unemi Ryune
    Unemi Ryune 5 months ago

    M E - murican education

  • G. Gibson
    G. Gibson 5 months ago +1

    From my 3 years of expert experience in college, i can tell you, cold blocks of ice boil faster than cold water or hot water. I prepare cup noodles in 40 seconds and is ready to eat in another 20 seconds.

  • Ray Blackburn Outdoors
    Ray Blackburn Outdoors 5 months ago

    HAHAHAHAHAHA No! but under certain circumstances hot water does freeze faster than cold water but water at 140 degrees from a boiler will boil much faster than 60 degree water from a cold water faucet LOL

  • Michael Marach
    Michael Marach 5 months ago

    Every time I see clips from season 1 I keep thinking about just how different a show hells kitchen was from the first season vs all the rest. Most of the contestants in season 1 would be cooking circles around the people in other seasons. But other seasons seem more human, and Gordon seems...MORE. The way I think about it is that season 1 is like Gordon teaches chefs how to cook professionally. And the other seasons are Gordon teaches amateurs how to be chefs.

  • J. Nicolosi
    J. Nicolosi 5 months ago

    That side eye at 2:30 😠😒 (do NOT disrespect those two chefs! I’m more scared of them than of Gordon)

  • Mathew Mungra
    Mathew Mungra 5 months ago

    What

  • Jonathan Cook
    Jonathan Cook 5 months ago

    My gf just said the same idiotic shit and that's why I'm here

  • dwi adiningsih
    dwi adiningsih 5 months ago

    I had same reaction as chef gordon

  • Czapla
    Czapla 5 months ago

    0:43 this guy have the exact same voice as murdoc from Gorillaz xD

  • Sohan Daivik
    Sohan Daivik 5 months ago +1

    cold water increases temperature faster than hot water increases its temperature to a certain point till where it becomes 'hot water' and then it just boils at the same rate as got water...but hot water is obviously better to use.

  • TidalWavesLion
    TidalWavesLion 5 months ago

    My mother and my school's cooking classes were wrong! I had to learn this from my father and he's not a professional.

  • Toxic
    Toxic 5 months ago

    NA Education

  • GrimDeath 8
    GrimDeath 8 5 months ago +2

    I honestly question how they even passed science class

  • Marcello Mercuri
    Marcello Mercuri 5 months ago

    I’ve heard that too. She’s not the only one.

  • Paper Please
    Paper Please 5 months ago

    Dumbass misinterpreted the mpemba effect

  • Gonzales Frederic
    Gonzales Frederic 5 months ago

    Hot water freezes faster than cold water, but indeed hot water boils faster than cold water. Amazing fact, it was a Tanzanian cook that found out that hot water freezes faster than cold water. By hot, understand warm. Not seething.