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♪YOU SUCK AT COOKING YEAH YOU TOTALLY SUCK♪ Hey everyone, today we are making soup, spicy peanut butter soup. This is a recipe I learned from my friend Emily, And, uh, what I did was I took her recipe and then I added flavor and deliciousness to make it edible and tasty. So, uh, let’s get right into it. The basis of any good soup is broth and the main components of a good veggie broth are onions, garlic, carrot, and celery. Gonna take a pot and fill it with two cups of water and take a veggie bouillon cube and you’re gonna put that in there, and then get that onto the stove until that completely dissolves. *chopping sounds* Put our onion on medium, throw in some olive oil into a big pot.. Throw the oven in there and we’ll let that simmer while we get the rest of the vegetables ready. Take a couple carrots, take a nice pan and give ’em a good whack. Set those aside for now.. You wanna grab some broccoli, give that a good whack. Another way to do that would be to chop it with a knife really fine (the normie way) or use this, like, sort’ve, food processor thing. It, like, has a rip cord.. or an electric one. Or you can also make it chunky if you don’t wanna chop that much or don’t have a food processor. So, what’s great is I’ve already overcooked the onions, you can see they’re starting to get burnt. I’m gonna throw the carrots in there… to get them… also burnt… Have them simmer a little bit. I did a little breakdown in the difference between, uh, my soup and Emily’s soup. Uhhmm Hers is solid… at around like a 14 That’s really good when you consider you could go to negative infinity Mine’s tops out in the high nineties It’s kinda interesting to see the evolution of it So, our broth has been sitting on the stove and that cube has completely dissolved, I’m gonna go ahead and pour our homemade broth in there To that, I’m gonna add a can of diced tomatoes and a can of pre-drained chickpeas. A teaspoon of chili sauce, about a teaspoon of a little more brown sugar I’m gonna take a handful of peanuts and then just crush those into peanut butter. Only problem with doing it this way is you have to pick a lot of the shells out and stuff. I have this homemade batch I made earlier, I’m gonna take, I dunno A huge couple of spoonfuls You’re just gonna do this to taste, but put in a lot. It’s really good, you’re gonna love it.. unless you hate it.. You’re gonna get that stirred in there. We’re gonna add in some peppper pepper pepper and some salt. I seem to have lost my fresh lock bag. I’ve added some more ingredients than Emily had in her soup, you can sort’ve see the impact that has, um, in this chart here. Like, on a tastiness scale, Emily’s soup Um, nine percent, that’s still good. Mine has, y’know, quite a bit more tastiness, but If you’re the kind of person who’s got, say five times the normal amount of tastebuds, this soup is gonna be too much for you, that soup’s gonna be perfect. So… Sometimes these differences are what makes a friendship strong. So.. Get that broccoli in there. You got a nice cornucopia of colors happening here. Another one of the main differences in my approach to the soup and Emily’s is the work required. Y’know, some people just like to wing it and just do what’s easy and not really care about the outcome and then some people like to make sure that you’re really gonna have a good experience and enjoy it. So, that’s just another sorta difference in our soup approach here. So, you gotta bide your time while that’s simmering. And one thing I like to do is… take a cucumber… *brief guitar strum* That’s good.. *clears throat* ♪There’s…♪ ♪There’s a right way to make soup♪ ♪and there’s a wrong way too♪ ♪It’s a personal decision♪ ♪But the way you make soup’s up♪ ♪To yooouu♪ *slight sigh* *crunch and guitar strings strum* Mmm Here we have the finished product, once the broccoli and carrot are cooked through, it’s pretty much done. Uh, you can simmer it for longer if you want. And I had to get one more chart, um.. Y’know, it looks bad for Emily, it’s not though Like, this is not out of one hundred, it’s out of four hundred. So, you can see like Emily’s coming in close to like in the thirties, I’m sort’ve more coming off the four hundred level. Um, it might go on further, I’m not sure, Devon threw this together. Y’ know, Emily’s just really enhanced my life by showing me, um her version of the soup and… And that was just really nice of her, um, so dig in, guys. *CRASH* ♪One thing that I’m good at is♪ ♪taking someone’s soup♪ ♪and making it way better♪ ♪Double, triple, or maybe quadrup.♪ ♪It’s hard to quantify♪ ♪But taste it, soup don’t lie♪ ♪I’ve got no aliby. I’m guilty.♪ ♪Of making. This soup’s so god damn tasty♪ ♪Oh, oh♪ ♪ You suck. At. Cooking. Oh, my God,♪ ♪You suck♪ *paper crinkle* There- There’s one more chart, but we don’t really need to talk about this one, it’s like.. I’m not even.. sure where this data comes from. I mean, data’s data, it’s legit, but.. we’ll just, if you wanna screenshot that.. Um.. we’ll just.. *paper folding sounds* *paper folding sounds*

100 thoughts on “Spicy Peanut Butter Soup – You Suck at Cooking (episode 27)

  1. “That’s really good considering you can go to negative infinity” I’m using that whenever I get a bad grade

  2. Omg. Seriously so refreshing. Thank you for the time and effort you put into your videos. I’m a great cook, just came across your vids looking for this “energy balls” and you fucking made my day man.

  3. I'm gonna have to unscrew tin can lids from now on. Definitely fits my sense of humor. As always I highly enjoy your videos. Also this is the first time I've heard of peanut butter soup and will make be some soon.


    dat outro tho~

  5. Plot twist: he’s “negging” Emily because he liked her at that time and this was a good way to get her attention/make her laugh and ultimately like him better 😉. Did it work YSAC? Reverse psychology people, it often works IF you stood a chance to begin with 😂

  6. YSAC:*Uses dildo for comedic purposes*
    Susan: 👍
    Commentary Youtubers:*Talk about a controversial topic*
    Susan: DeMoNeTiZeD FuCkEr

  7. i've been adding crunchy peanut butter to everything i cook since seeing this video a few years go, now i'm 300 pounds, so thanks for that.

  8. I was going to say "Poor Emily" I wonder what poor Emily thought after you made this video, but then I saw that she's mean to children, so, Nuts to Emily. Emily doesn't deserve any of my sympathy!

  9. Can’t believe you used a pie chart for soup comparison. you amateur! obviously should have used a soup chart or broth graph

  10. Mr Jangle forgot the PharmaNematode Brand digestive gums. The comic sheet inside each pack is funny, crunchy and edible. This type of gum is less polydisperse than most hydrocolloids and help dissolve your willnots.

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