Why Can't We Farm These Foods Yet?

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  1. SciShow

    SciShow8 ヶ月 前

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  2. Steve Chance

    Steve Chance9 日 前

    That tuna price is not representative on the actual price of tuna. The first tuna fish of the season is a status symbol in Japan and is always bid up as it is prestigious to acquire it. This is also true for fruit in Japan.

  3. Justin Sander

    Justin Sander2 ヶ月 前

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  4. ender_slayer3

    ender_slayer33 ヶ月 前

    climate change is not the fault of humanity, I call it "climate normalizing" considering that we are exiting an ice age, and the fact that it was warmer in the time of the early Roman empire than it is today confirms this

  5. Horacio Toad

    Horacio Toad3 ヶ月 前

    @99smite yes, you are right-there are truffle farms in N Carolina and Oregon. The huckleberry needs are way more complex, mysterious, yet understood here in Montana.

  6. Horacio Toad

    Horacio Toad3 ヶ月 前

    Terrible, inexact, inaccurate explanations, especially the huckleberry.

  7. steve b

    steve b22 時間 前

    They're growing black truffles in Tennessee and there's no "j" in "fungi", you're out of your element

  8. [annabelle]

    [annabelle]日 前

    Truffles are largely farmed in the SW of Australia. Almost every farm is a truffle farm here....

  9. Alfie Alexander

    Alfie Alexander3 日 前

    “Funjye”

  10. Marvsarchangel Amparo

    Marvsarchangel Amparo3 日 前

    Did he just say funji?

  11. Marco Puchetti

    Marco Puchetti3 日 前

    Why, why would he say funji

  12. lagg field

    lagg field4 日 前

    funjai

  13. Van Hovey

    Van Hovey4 日 前

    Leftist nonsense. Climate is NOT warming.

  14. Brad B.

    Brad B.4 日 前

    You can eat almost anything.

  15. Justin Moore

    Justin Moore4 日 前

    Talking to turd factories to exchange unlimited read access for removing write edit privileges is not my department. You all seem to not understand how this works.

  16. Divaagar Pavalakumar

    Divaagar Pavalakumar4 日 前

    I thought the sponsor is curiosity stream when you said the word curiosity :)

  17. Sirellyn Y

    Sirellyn Y5 日 前

    People argue that humans are horrible to the environment. But we are also BY FAR the best custodians of the planet ever. We are bringing back extinct species and preserving species that would have died out naturally (Panda bears, I'm looking at you.) There are amazing stories that people seem to gloss over when talking about the "horrors". The tree line in Africa for example. We aren't all good or bad, but there is a hell of a lot of good people seem to just ignore.

  18. Mr . frog

    Mr . frog5 日 前

    I remember the first time I heard the word berries I thought it was the most tasty thing in the world then I tried them and was not impressed they taste like a weak grape

  19. Simple Father

    Simple Father6 日 前

    Please stop saying climate change and science in the same sentence

  20. domo mitsune

    domo mitsune6 日 前

    I wonder if genetically modifying these Foods would help the issue at hand. The only solution for the Truffle would be to plant more trees honestly. As for the tuna, unless you could set a few Acres of water strictly for them to breed, he doesn't look great for them. There is a solution for the Huckleberry though, cross breeding.

  21. Ryan Christensen

    Ryan Christensen7 日 前

    If you ever find yourself in West Yellowstone MT: Running Bear Pancake House Buckwheat Pancakes Both Maple and Huckleberry Syrup mixed together on top. I know people who crave it a decade later after trying that only once. And no, I don't own the place. I don't even live there anymore.

  22. Dan

    Dan7 日 前

    Fish larvae? Never heard of that before

  23. Runewolf 77

    Runewolf 777 日 前

    If they find a way to farm these it would save these things from extinction.

  24. Toothy

    Toothy7 日 前

    so GMOs can be more environmentally friendly than we initially thought! thats great news!

  25. caocaoli1

    caocaoli17 日 前

    ??. What how so iv grown huckleberries perfectly fine

  26. none given

    none given7 日 前

    I wouldn't worry about chasing the premium product.. 99% of the time it's. Nothing more than very good marketing. Ie iPhone isn't premium x5 over Android.. They hired influencers gave them free phones. Meanwhile users sometimes discover their library &data is not really theirs.. Websites even chanrge more $ to Apple customers because they will pay higher. Apple products are like Disney people & Android people are like Lego people.

  27. Cpt Otis

    Cpt Otis7 日 前

    Wasabi is notoriously fickle to grow.

  28. Rsamom Rsamom

    Rsamom Rsamom7 日 前

    I know it is not a food per se, but it used in food and meds etc. It is also hard to cultivate. Saffron.

  29. PhiendishPhlox

    PhiendishPhlox7 日 前

    Europeans: You cultivated huckleberries?? Native Americans: What, like it's hard?

  30. Eva that bitch

    Eva that bitch8 日 前

    i mean som emushrooms go for 100's an ounce my dealer wont go under $250

  31. MetaShock

    MetaShock8 日 前

    This isn’t true man there’s like 7 huckleberry bushes behind my house

  32. WestWindReborn

    WestWindReborn9 日 前

    They're growing the muscle cells of cows for meat, why not bluefin tuna?

  33. Dr. Wompus

    Dr. Wompus10 日 前

    Where are the morel mushrooms???

  34. Alisha Nagy

    Alisha Nagy10 日 前

    shows a picture of a jackfruit doesn't mention jackfruits

  35. Gary Vee

    Gary Vee12 日 前

    Truffle farms in Tasmania and Western Australia..., grown under oak trees.

  36. MaskHero Zo

    MaskHero Zo12 日 前

    Most delicious food grow or raise slow. We are stuck to cow,pig, and chickens depending on where we from.

  37. Sambojin Bojin-Sam

    Sambojin Bojin-Sam13 日 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="275">4:35</a> Somewhere in Australia there is a climate like anywhere else in the world, but possibly more-so, or "better", for farming. We have a company called "The Truffle Farm". Where I work (a high-rise), there is a woman who's business is named "The Truffle Lady", who's job it is to deliver truffles from a farm/ market, to chefs in nice cafes/ restaurants/ some pubs (Steampunk on the Gold Coast has truffle shavings on their chicken potato croquettes for instance. It's just a topping here). I think you might be wrong about truffles. They certainly *can be farmed* , in Australia.

  38. Sambojin Bojin-Sam

    Sambojin Bojin-Sam13 日 前

    And yes, the beaches are open, even in Surfers Paradise. Jelly? www.coastalwatch.com/surf-cams-surf-reports/qld/surfers-paradise And the more picturesque Burleigh: www.coastalwatch.com/surf-cams-surf-reports/qld/burleigh-heads

  39. Sambojin Bojin-Sam

    Sambojin Bojin-Sam13 日 前

    Remember, it's Australian dollar prices, so it's a bit cheaper than it looks. Croquettes, near the bottom of the page, with truffle bites / shavings. Nom nom nom. lirp-cdn.multiscreensite.com/d25929f1/dms3rep/multi/opt/BAR+SPECIALS+2019-640w.jpg And the bar itself: www.steampunksurfersparadise.com.au/gallery (yep, Australia beat Covid-19, and with bookings, and certain amounts of enforced distancing, pubs/ restaurants are doing business again! We won! Sweet :) Try the potato croquettes and the chicken nibble tray. They're both delicious x)

  40. Dal Niente

    Dal Niente13 日 前

    I feel like maybe these are signs that we shouldn’t be eating these foods. Especially to extinction...

  41. The Ranting Hick

    The Ranting Hick14 日 前

    I wonder if we have a different kind of Huckleberry or some thing here. Im way below mountain altitude and they grow in almost every ditch in a lot of areas.

  42. mateus oliveira

    mateus oliveira16 日 前

    CUPUAÇU

  43. bobaddaski

    bobaddaski17 日 前

    You forgot wasabi

  44. Payton Lott

    Payton Lott17 日 前

    they can farm psychedelic truffles

  45. David Hughes

    David Hughes17 日 前

    Even common everyday plants like cherry trees, grapes, garlic, coffee take a long time to develop before anything can be harvested.

  46. DrMossydog

    DrMossydog17 日 前

    We're going to literally eat - and pollute - ourselves out of house and home. But it's ok, because only humans have a soul...

  47. Penelope

    Penelope2 日 前

    Nah we just tell deforestation business executives they won't have any more truffles for their lunch

  48. Marko Apatovic

    Marko Apatovic18 日 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="248">04:08</a> Spawn more Overlords

  49. ChilledDropstep

    ChilledDropstep20 日 前

    This Guy really saying “funjai”

  50. MangaIsMyLife

    MangaIsMyLife20 日 前

    My aunts and grandma all have truffles in their backyard

  51. Habit

    Habit21 日 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="17">0:17</a> THERE IS A HAIR on that food

  52. chad Jones

    chad Jones22 日 前

    GTFO this guy is from Montana

  53. Nomannice

    Nomannice22 日 前

    God truffles are so good. Sooooooo good

  54. Commander Waluigi

    Commander Waluigi22 日 前

    The update haven't come out yet, that's why.

  55. Frank Chen

    Frank Chen23 日 前

    simple they're in the "undiscovered" egg group

  56. Overton Hallford

    Overton Hallford23 日 前

    Huckleberries grow in my yard, and i live on the coast.

  57. Jim Wahl

    Jim Wahl23 日 前

    Confused. The Japanese raise Bluefin from egg to maturity jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-xSDTjREQ2do.html

  58. Arachnicution

    Arachnicution25 日 前

    Humans take and take until there's nothing left. Enjoy these things while you can.

  59. kao the numberblocks fan 2019

    kao the numberblocks fan 201925 日 前

    Truffles are easy to grow. You just need the right climate because they can grow them by the boatload in China. Before you ask, the answer is NO...you will NOT be able to tell the difference between China and European Truffles. The European imports and use the China Truffles as their own but resells it to suckers at European prices.

  60. Linze Li

    Linze Li25 日 前

    Both north and south bluefin tuna are actually farmable.

  61. The Banana Republic

    The Banana Republic25 日 前

    Tell this to a minecrafter, they farm *everything*

  62. zistorbar

    zistorbar25 日 前

    au pifomètre avant de voir a vidéo, parcequ'on est trop plein de détergent

  63. Jess Piedra

    Jess Piedra25 日 前

    "FUN JAI" WUT?🤔

  64. tsimahei

    tsimahei26 日 前

    Huckleberries? Bkueberries? Two separate species not closely related. If you mean blueberries, you can get varieties that will grow anywhere but Zone 1 or the desert. There are varieties which can grow in Florida on sandy calcium soil. Small bushes like a lot of snow, high bushes don't. both do best with a heavy woody mulch. my sisters raise some. Bought two-year-old plants and got berries the next year. Truffles are commercially grown in the US Northwest. Spore is in symbiosis with that type of tree it was found growing under.

  65. Gayleen Froese

    Gayleen Froese26 日 前

    People say huckleberries are the same as Saskatoons, but people grow Saskatoons on farms without much trouble. There are even U Pick farms for them.

  66. EightSeven6

    EightSeven626 日 前

    to think that a species existence could literally benefit from that species' ability of being slaughtered

  67. Dark Vulcan

    Dark Vulcan27 日 前

    Because we don't have enough drop rate, and we don't one shot the monsters in most of those areas

  68. Caarcrinolaas

    Caarcrinolaas27 日 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="196">3:16</a> it sounds almost like you're talking about cetaceans like whales and dolphin, but humans have no problems keeping them in tanks that are millions of times smaller than their natural habitat which harm their normal life cycle

  69. Toothy

    Toothy7 日 前

    i'm not arguing for whales in captivity, i personally think its torture to the animals, but i think he meant in the context of farming their young to raise and consume, not for display like in the case of whales. since we don't put whales on tanks to cultivate and consume them en masse either way, if an animal cannot live happily in a tank, do not put them in there

  70. himalayanknight

    himalayanknight28 日 前

    Australian and Chinese truffle farmers laughing. XD

  71. Benny Gundlach

    Benny Gundlach28 日 前

    I believe the correct term for baby fish is "fry." Larva implies a sort of fundamental transformation (shedding an exoskeleton, growing legs, sprouting wings, etc) that fish don't do. Yes, the proportions of the fry are different from the adult, but for the most part, they simply grow.

  72. HeyGuy4321

    HeyGuy432129 日 前

    Truffles are being farmed now and successfully

  73. Desert Dog

    Desert Dog29 日 前

    Mmm, truffle butter

  74. Louie Horwood

    Louie Horwood29 日 前

    With the berries why try to cover them? We could just keep the warm by farming them indoors.

  75. Toothy

    Toothy7 日 前

    he also mentioned that the soil conditions need to be just right, and as someone who volunteers on a farm, i gotta tell you that no matter how much you try to nourish soil, either in a plot or in the ground, it is EXTREMELY difficult to get it right. so difficult that for a picky plant like a huckleberry it probably isnt worth it when you could just grow blueberries instead. which is why they're trying to hybridize it.

  76. evl kenevl

    evl kenevlヶ月 前

    Good to know we'll all have more truffles once the ice caps have melted. :)

  77. Rsamom Rsamom

    Rsamom Rsamom7 日 前

    Who need icecaps?

  78. Rob Babcock

    Rob Babcockヶ月 前

    Huckleberries are okay but probably one of the most overrated foods around. If they weren't so hard to grow/find no one would care. About the only time I'll eat them is off the bush while I'm hiking or camping. I'm a chef living in Montana and you gotta have 'em on everything or people freak out. Chokecherries have more flavor and blueberries are a good substitute. Buffalo Berries are much better but far less well known.

  79. penn707

    penn707ヶ月 前

    Tuna need a lot of room to grow. Veal cow- “Hold my beer”

  80. penn707

    penn707ヶ月 前

    Charlie the Tuna

  81. penn707

    penn707ヶ月 前

    Huckleberry Hound

  82. rishi khandelwal

    rishi khandelwalヶ月 前

    U should ask illmango

  83. tyraelpl

    tyraelplヶ月 前

    So much science and smart things said... Yet still ounces are used and funghi are mispronounced. There is no 'gee' sound in there. Seriously, things like that make me think that these episodes are rushed and poorly researched.

  84. Specter

    Specterヶ月 前

    But truffle farms exist

  85. John Wascavage

    John Wascavageヶ月 前

    I used to enjoy huckleberry picking; it was a way of life. Those deliciously sweet/tart berries make the best pies.

  86. magnvss

    magnvssヶ月 前

    What we can't farm, we will imitate close to perfection, given enough time and new technologies (if we survive as a species and given that with every century we crack open the mysteries of what make them particular). That's the history of most of what we eat, anyways.

  87. Eclispestar

    Eclispestarヶ月 前

    Well we can just eat all the Tuna till it's gone. Imagine the prices for the last few wild.big ones. 10s-100s of millions of $$$. Take wat ya can give nothing back yarrr

  88. Bob The Builder

    Bob The Builderヶ月 前

    It's cold asf

  89. Penguin Hunter

    Penguin Hunterヶ月 前

    I remember one of truffle varient being taught to cultivate under trees... in my younger years by my grandfather. I think i take about 1 month before we can harvest them. They are less valuable varient but at least it is a start.

  90. DemolitionDevon

    DemolitionDevonヶ月 前

    My parents have four mature and LARGE huckleberry bushes on their property! I had no idea how rare they were until I moved away from home. They were small red huckleberries, more tart than sweet, but soooooo delicious. We always had enough to make pies and jams, and plenty for me to snack on while I played outside in the woods. One of the biggest was at the foot of my treehouse! Their house is only at 600ft above sea level, too. Which isn't high enough for winter-long snow blankets. The Seattle area just isn't cold enough for that. But we also rarely hit freezing temps in the winter and only for a few days at a time, usually. Huckleberries for the win!

  91. Jasper Shepherd Smith

    Jasper Shepherd Smithヶ月 前

    No. Melange is the spice of life.