We made cup noodles at the CUPNOODLES Factory which is the must do activity once you are in Japan
Category: How Its Made
How did that distinct frosting squiggle and cream center come about?
Finally find out how these minty chocolatey treats are made! Hint: the mint flavor isn’t ONLY in the green part!
Find out how the most iconic and historic chocolate bar is made!
Amazing Food Processing Machines at INSANE LEVEL
Did you know pop rocks were discovered by ACCIDENT by a food chemist in the 1950s?
For many people economy class used to mean soggy pasta, rubbery eggs and dried-out chicken. For a time U.S airlines even stopped serving free meals altogether in economy class. But in 2019 U.S. airlines posted their tenth straight year of profitability and premium and economy cabins are seeing more food options than ever before.
How do do Twizzlers really get their twist?
Unlike normal potato chips, Pringles are made mostly from potato FLAKES, not sliced potatoes!
We visited Heinz’s European Tomato Ketchup factory in the Netherlands to see how the world-famous condiment is made. The dutch factory makes 1.8 million bottles of Tomato Ketchup a day, and has been making ketchup for the whole European region since 1958.
8 million bags of Doritos are made a DAY! Find out how your favorite snack food is made.
Find out how your favorite fish-shaped cheesy cracker is made!!
Gordon Ramsay demonstrates fast food recipes to cook at home. From stir-fry to sliders.
Manchego cheese is made in a part of Spain that is called La Mancha, which is just south of Madrid. Evidence of cheesemaking in this region dates to the Bronze Age. We visited Finca La Granja, a fifth-generation family farm that’s been making cheese since the 19th century. The dairy makes about 65 wheels […]
How Is Worcestershire Sauce Made? Worcestershire Sauce was invented in 1835 when a posh army officer went to India to help run the British Empire. He fell in love, not with a woman, but with a fish sauce. DCODE how the iconic sauce is made in England today.
The Maple Guild in Island Pond, Vermont produces 1 million bottles of maple syrup each year. It takes about 44 gallons of sap to make just 1 gallon of syrup. The Maple Guild pioneered a method called Steam-Crafting, which speeds up the production process.