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  • Eating old or expired food is extremely dangerous.

  • - [Old Smokey] We do this at home, but you shouldn't.

  • (kitchen timer bell rings)

  • - Oh, yeah. (whispering)

  • - All right.

  • - Ugh.

  • - That'll--

  • I don't know.

  • That'll wake you up in the morning.

  • It hits your tongue like,

  • "oh that's not bad, it's like a berry blast."

  • And then a little bit of the oil hits,

  • and now it's all burning.

  • It's all burning.

  • - [Old Smokey] Oh, for sure.

  • Just like whiskey.

  • It's fruity, but also bitter.

  • - Hmm.

  • I'll tell you what I don't get anything of, fish.

  • It wasn't one part of that is fishy.

  • - Mixing the alcohol with the cod liver oil

  • was more like a neutralizer.

  • They've eliminated the fish flavor from cod liver oil.

  • - Yeah. I'd take three tablespoons.

  • Like in the morning if this was next to my bedside

  • 1919 Josh on his way to a factory job,

  • I'd just pick it up, swig it, on my day.

  • - I wonder what kind of changes this could've went through

  • over the last hundred years, though.

  • I mean, is it safe to consume three tablespoons of this?

  • Are you supposed to shake this up?

  • Like a medicine or a tonic, what do you do?

  • - Shake it. - You shake well before.

  • Right? - Yeah.

  • - I mean, it just makes sense.

  • Let's shake it up.

  • That's good.

  • All right, oh it smells a lot stronger.

  • - You ready?

  • - Yep. - Go.

  • - Oh. (sighs)

  • (sighs)

  • - It's deep in my chest.

  • - [Josh] Yep.

  • - That was stronger than the first go around.

  • - The shake up works.

  • - I mean, it definitely incorporated

  • more of the ingredients, I think, throughout.

  • - Still doesn't taste fishy.

  • - I'm telling you, man, this is one for the books.

  • - The daily dose says three tablespoons.

  • Will you take a third tablespoon with me?

  • - Sure, why not?

  • We're two in, what's one more?

  • All right.

  • Down the hatch.

  • (sighs)

  • - There's something about that first bite.

  • - Yeah.

  • - And then it--

  • - Curls my face up.

  • - And then it just, like, dissipates.

  • I'm thoroughly impressed.

  • - It doesn't feel or seem like I'm taking some kind of oil.

  • I was legitimately afraid of the oil consistency.

  • It, literally, is like one of my nightmares,

  • and it isn't bad.

  • I anticipated my mouth being just coated with that oil.

  • - Yeah.

  • - I don't get an oily residue in my mouth.

  • - Nope.

  • - I have no complaints, I have nothing negative to say.

  • I guess as the day goes on,

  • we'll see if there's any negative effects.

  • - [Josh] The claims on the bottle are

  • it's a tonic, it's a stimulant, nutritive.

  • Again, I guess it's nutritious.

  • - [Old Smokey] Nutritious, I guess.

  • I mean, it's got a lot of vitamin D in it, we know that.

  • - [Josh] And digestive.

  • I think the main one that we proved is it's free from nausea

  • and the taste of fish.

  • I thought I was gonna puke for sure.

  • I haven't, yet.

  • But we saw oil in here.

  • - Yeah.

  • - It just didn't taste like oil.

  • - It did look oily.

  • - Whatever Hagee's claimed on their bottle was 100% true.

  • It does not taste fishy at all.

  • And the fact that it's 100 years old

  • and we were able to take three teaspoons of it,

  • and be standing here with semi smiles on our faces.

  • - [Old Smokey] I'm impressed.

  • - [Josh] Pretty impressed.

  • (percussive theme music)

Eating old or expired food is extremely dangerous.

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