Craig Beals experiments with different cereals and donuts soaked in liquid nitrogen to see which is the best and safest option to eat. Liquid nitrogen, which is -320 degrees F, fills up the pores in the food so when it is chewed the nitrogen boils and turns into a gas.
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Warning: Eating foods frozen in liquid nitrogen can be very dangerous. Liquid nitrogen can freeze your tongue and mouth or, if swallowed, cause severe harm to your throat or stomach. Use caution. This video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information outlined in this video, you assume responsibility for the results. As with any experiment, proceed at your own risk.