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  • This is a completely edible plastic with drinking water inside that we just made it home and could be a huge step towards a future with less plastic waste.

    這是一種完全可以食用的塑膠,裡面有飲用水,我們剛剛把它帶回家,可以向減少塑膠垃圾的未來邁出一大步。

  • In today's video, which is sponsored by Kiko, we're not only going to go through how we made them, but also attempt making edible ketchup packages, coffee cup pods and more.

    在今天的視頻中,是由Kiko贊助的,我們不僅要通過我們如何製作它們,還要嘗試製作可食用的番茄醬包、咖啡杯包等。

  • So we all know that single use plastics are a problem, given how much ends up in landfills and the oceans, and even most of our recyclable plastic doesn't actually end up being recycled.

    所以我們都知道一次性塑膠是個問題,因為有多少塑膠最終被填埋和海洋,甚至我們大部分可回收的塑膠最終都沒有被回收。

  • While there's a ton of research going into viable alternatives that are either biodegradable or edible, we thought, Why not try this ourselves?

    雖然有大量的研究進入可行的替代品,無論是生物降解或食用,我們想,為什麼不嘗試自己?

  • So that's what we're gonna do today, and you can easily join along with us.

    所以這就是我們今天要做的事情,你可以輕鬆的和我們一起加入。

  • All you'll really need is water, which we have in three different goals here.

    你真正需要的是水,我們這裡有三個不同的目標。

  • And then we have something called sodium algae in it is actually a byproduct of See, we've I have experimented a little bit with this the other night.

    然後我們有一種叫做鈉藻的東西在裡面,其實是一種副產品,你看,我們前幾天晚上我已經用這個做了一點實驗。

  • It's gonna be interested.

    會有興趣的。

  • The other ingredient is calcium lactate, and both of these substances are edible.

    另一種成分是乳酸鈣,這兩種物質都可以食用。

  • Yes, they are both food grade.

    是的,它們都是食品級的。

  • We want 1 g of sodium algae that's gonna get mixed into one cup of the drinking water.

    我們要在一杯飲用水中混入1克的鈉藻。

  • All right, Greg, I'm gonna give you the honors of dumping it in love.

    好吧,格雷格,我會給你的榮譽 傾倒它的愛。

  • Too dumb.

    太笨了

  • We're actually gonna use a hand blender.

    其實我們要用手動攪拌器。

  • You just got to keep going until it's fully dissolved.

    你只需要繼續前進,直到它完全溶解。

  • Come on.

    來吧。

  • Powder gobble.

    粉末咕咚。

  • Theme like the blender is getting hot.

    主題像攪拌機越來越熱。

  • Okay, so we blended.

    好吧,所以我們混合。

  • The blender is gonna explode.

    攪拌器要爆炸了

  • There are a lot of bubbles now, probably around 10 15 minutes, if not a little longer for all those bubbles to go away.

    現在有很多泡泡,大概10 15分鐘左右,如果不長一點,這些泡泡就會全部消失。

  • I'm always terrified when this blender is plugged in because it feels so risky.

    當這個攪拌機插上電源的時候,我總是很害怕,因為感覺很危險。

  • If it's just the only counter plugged in, all it takes is this button to be pushed to chop your finger off.

    如果只是唯一的計數器插上,只要按下這個按鈕,就可以把手指砍掉。

  • Mitch is always so It sounds like you're trying to figure out how he could die in many different possibilities.

    Mitch總是如此,聽起來你是想弄清楚他怎麼會死在許多不同的可能性中。

  • I do not have a part of my brain, but I have almost died many times in my life.

    我的大腦沒有一部分,但我一生中曾多次差點死掉。

  • Does anyone else have that brain?

    還有人有這種腦子嗎?

  • Were just like, at every given moment, I will this situation kill me?

    被只是喜歡,在每一個特定的時刻,我會這種情況下殺了我?

  • That's why I don't leave the house.

    這就是為什麼我不離開房子。

  • Yeah, I think it's called E.

    是的,我想它叫E。

  • I think that's called severe anxiety.

    我想這就是所謂的嚴重焦慮。

  • While we're waiting, we're gonna do our second solution.

    在我們等待的時候,我們要做第二個解決方案。

  • We have four cups of water in this bigger bowl here.

    我們這裡這個大碗裡有四杯水。

  • I'm gonna use 5 g of calcium lactate in here in this.

    我準備在這裡用5克乳酸鈣。

  • Dump it in there, baby.

    把它丟在那裡,寶貝。

  • Oh, same thing.

    哦,同樣的事情。

  • This substance isn't as tough to dissolve.

    這種物質沒有那麼難溶解。

  • I'm gonna stick it in our bowl.

    我要把它放進我們的碗裡。

  • Our sodium agitate solution has no more bubbles.

    我們的鈉攪拌液已經沒有氣泡了。

  • So basically, at this point, we're going to scoop it up.

    所以基本上,在這個時候,我們要把它挖出來。

  • And I'm using a little rounded spoon here so that we can keep sort of an orb shape, and we're going to be dropping it into our calcium lactate solution.

    我在這裡用了一個小圓勺,這樣我們就可以保持一個圓球的形狀,我們要把它滴入我們的乳酸鈣溶液中。

  • Gently drop it and literally gone.

    輕輕放下,就真的走了。

  • It will look like it disappeared.

    它將看起來像它消失了。

  • You can't see it after a little bit.

    過了一會你就看不到了。

  • It's going to be in there.

    它將會在那裡。

  • We'll start to see cloudiness, but it's actually really hard to see depending on your bowl.

    我們會開始看到雲霧繚繞,但其實真的很難看到,這取決於你的碗。

  • Well, I can see it.

    嗯,我可以看到它。

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

  • My boyfriend has x ray vision, so you just for around three minutes wanted to have this sort of calcium lactate bath to make sure that that reaction is happening.

    我的男朋友有X射線視力,所以你就在三分鐘左右想要進行這種乳酸鈣浴,以確保這種反應的發生。

  • You could see that.

    你可以看到這一點。

  • Oh, I think I can.

    哦,我想我可以。

  • It kind of looks like a jellyfish.

    它看起來有點像水母。

  • So what's going on in this here bowl?

    那麼,這碗裡到底發生了什麼?

  • Well, the sodium algae Nate is made of long strands of carbohydrate units on when they come in contact with the calcium bath, a reaction happens.

    鈉藻奈特是由長長的碳水化合物組織、部門組成的,當它們與鈣浴接觸時,就會發生反應。

  • The bonds rearrange so that the algae Nate binds to the calcium forming calcium algae me.

    鍵重新排列,使藻類奈特與鈣結合形成鈣藻我。

  • And this cross linking creates a flexible, soft, solid or gelatinous substance.

    而這種交聯會形成一種有彈性的、柔軟的、固體的或膠狀的物質。

  • The longer it soaks, the more calcium ions are able to move into the mesh of the gel making mawr cross links and a firmer job.

    浸泡的時間越長,鈣離子就越能進入凝膠的網眼,使毛爾交聯,工作更牢固。

  • Oh, my God.

    哦,我的上帝。

  • That can I hold it?

    我可以拿著它嗎?

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Put your hand out.

    把你的手伸出來。

  • Just like Oh, my God.

    就像哦,我的上帝。

  • There you go, Love.

    給你,愛。

  • So cool.

    好酷啊

  • Okay, so now So this is encapsulated water.

    好了,所以現在... ...這就是封裝水。

  • If you want, you could just squirt the water out into your mouth, or you can actually eat the whole thing.

    如果你想,你可以直接把水噴出到嘴裡,也可以真的吃完。

  • It depends on obviously, if you like the taste of it or not.

    這顯然取決於你是否喜歡它的味道。

  • It should have a fairly neutral if not a little bit sweet taste.

    它應該有一個相當中性的,如果沒有一點甜味。

  • I love this.

    我喜歡這個。

  • Try it.

    試試吧

  • Yes.

    是的,我知道

  • I don't want to eat a joke.

    我不想吃個笑話。

  • You know, we could make another one.

    你知道,我們可以再做一個。

  • Eat it, Just eat it.

    吃吧,就吃吧。

  • Just put the whole thing in your mouth.

    就把整個東西放進嘴裡。

  • Oh, you actually didn't eat that outside.

    哦,你居然沒有在外面吃。

  • Okay, Thistles.

    好吧,鐵蒺藜。

  • The plastic water bottle.

    塑膠水瓶。

  • Okay, but you can't.

    好吧,但你不能。

  • You can't eat this a better.

    你不能吃這個更好。

  • Better?

    更好的?

  • Better, Better, Better thing.

    更好,更好,更好的事情。

  • E don't know why that was so off putting.

    不知道為什麼會讓人這麼不爽。

  • Thio does.

    Thio確實如此。

  • He's good.

    他是好的。

  • I frickin love this community with everything that's happening.

    我喜歡這個社區的一切,發生的一切。

  • We're going to do with everything.

    我們要做的一切。

  • But first I want to try a bigger one again.

    但首先我想再試一個更大的。

  • Invisible.

    隱形。

  • Oh, I can see it's big, Big mama.

    哦,我看出來了,是大媽,大媽。

  • Oh, she's a biggie.

    哦,她是個大人物。

  • So we've just put her in the bath.

    所以,我們只是把她在洗澡。

  • Oh, my goodness.

    哦,我的天啊

  • It's a biggie.

    這是一個大問題。

  • She's a thick daughter.

    她是個厚道的女兒。

  • Oh, that whole thing is running your mouth.

    哦,這整個就是在跑你的嘴。

  • This bar?

    這個酒吧?

  • No, it wasn't exploded in my mouth, and the water came out.

    不,不是在我嘴裡炸了,水就出來了。

  • Okay, Okay.

    好吧,好吧。

  • All right.

    好吧,我知道了

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Now let's experiment experience.

    現在我們來實驗體驗一下。

  • Okay, We're gonna It's time to try some ketchup.

    好吧,我們要去 是時候嘗試一些番茄醬。

  • Okay?

    好嗎?

  • Oh, just smells like catch up.

    哦,只是聞到了追趕的味道。

  • We got a little bit of bomb feet.

    我們得到了一點點的炸彈腳。

  • As the French say, if we do this, like way, we're going to start a business.

    就像法國人說的,如果我們這樣做,像這樣做,我們就要創業了。

  • We're gonna change the freaking world e burst through the ceiling like that.

    我們會改變這個該死的世界,我們會像這樣衝破天花板。

  • You think that's right just right.

    你認為這是對的正好。

  • I'm gonna just let it go like, oh, it literally looks like a piece of turn.

    我只是要讓它去喜歡,哦,它從字面上看像一塊轉。

  • It looks like a heart, like a little tiny, like a hard.

    它看起來像一顆心,像一個小小的,像一個硬的。

  • But it does feel pretty solid, right?

    但感覺確實很紮實吧?

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Can you put it between?

    你能把它放在中間嗎?

  • Okay, so it's holding together.

    好吧,所以它的舉行一起。

  • It's not melting your hands.

    這不是融化你的手。

  • Eso like, let's put it here and then dip a fry.

    埃索喜歡,讓我們把它放在這裡,然後浸泡油炸。

  • Just pretend it came as a package.

    就當它是一個包裹來的。

  • So look, a little rat heart.

    所以,你看,一個小老鼠的心。

  • Cheers.

    乾杯。

  • Cheers.

    乾杯。

  • Open it up.

    打開它。

  • Well, actually, the front they're gonna love this.

    事實上,前面的人一定會喜歡這個。

  • A decent alternative toe having packages.

    一個體面的替代腳趾有包。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • All right.

    好吧,我知道了

  • We've got our little lot prepared here.

    我們已經準備好了我們的小東西。

  • Almond milk lot.

    杏仁奶批。

  • I'm very excited about this now.

    我現在非常興奮。

  • Obviously, our creations would not work for a lot of products as a wet and potentially breakable plastic is not ideal.

    很明顯,我們的作品對很多產品都不適用,因為溼潤且有可能破碎的塑膠並不理想。

  • But while this is just a fun at home experiment, there are actually really solutions being created for a multitude of industries.

    不過,雖然這只是一個有趣的家庭實驗,但其實真的有很多行業的解決方案正在被創造出來。

  • As we speak, a handful of companies are already making not Onley compostable food packaging, but actual packaging for non food objects waterproofing and Greece proofing for take out boxes, six pack holders that are safe for marine consumption and even edible utensils made out of potatoes.

    就在我們說話的時候,已經有少數公司不是在做Onley可堆肥食品包裝,而是在做非食品對象的實際包裝,防水和希臘的外賣盒、可安全用於海洋消費的6個包裝盒,甚至是用洋芋做的食用器皿。

  • One of the main drawbacks that still remains for biodegradable plastics as opposed to edible plastics, is that while they do break down faster than traditional plastic, that could still take a long time.

    相對於可食用塑膠,生物降解塑料仍然存在的一個主要缺點是,雖然它們的分解速度確實比傳統塑膠快,但這可能仍然需要很長的時間。

  • And a landfill isn't always conducive to that process to begin with.

    而垃圾填埋場並不總是有利於這個過程的開始。

  • But even with that drawback, while plastics are made from fossil fuels, bio plastics are not.

    但即使有這個缺點,雖然塑膠是由化石燃料製成,但生物塑膠卻不是。

  • Of course, there's some hopeful research in breaking down plastics faster with the use of bacteria or wax worms that are able to break down polyethylene.

    當然,利用能夠分解聚乙烯的細菌或蠟蟲,更快地分解塑膠也有一些希望的研究。

  • But the scalability for this is questionable.

    但是對於這個的可擴展性是值得懷疑的。

  • Regardless, there is a big push and movement towards more sustainable and environmentally friendly packaging.

    無論怎樣,人們都在大力推動和推動更可持續和環保的包裝。

  • And I, for one, feel hopeful.

    而我,覺得有希望。

  • Yeah, so I am the coffee drinker.

    是啊,所以我是喝咖啡的人。

  • This would be my dream.

    這將是我的夢想。

  • Just a pop pop pop pop on the go.

    就在路上啪啪啪啪。

  • Ladies and gentlemen, if you want to British your coffee bubbles, just call 111111 Coffee bubbles.

    女士們,先生們,如果你想英倫你的咖啡泡泡,就撥打111111咖啡泡泡吧。

  • Oh, my gosh, it's a coffee bubble.

    哦,我的天哪,這是一個咖啡泡。

  • Oh, my gosh, that's crazy!

    哦,我的天哪,這太瘋狂了!

  • Oh, my gosh.

    哦,我的天哪。

  • I love it.

    我喜歡它。

  • It's my favorite thing in the world is like a little liver.

    這是我最喜歡的東西,在這個世界上就像一個小肝。

  • And the bubbles air it.

    和氣泡的空氣吧。

  • Mm.

    嗯。

  • Oh, my gosh.

    哦,我的天哪。

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

  • I was literally a bubble of coffee.

    我簡直就是一泡咖啡。

  • It wasn't flavored with sugar.

    它沒有加糖的味道。

  • So it really tastes like a boom of coffee in your mouth like a coffee tree.

    所以,它的味道真的就像咖啡樹一樣,在嘴裡咕咚咕咚的喝著咖啡。

  • But I am like, it would be great with sugar as this should be mixing sugar in there and try again.

    但我就想,如果加糖就好了,因為這應該是在那裡混糖,再試試。

  • Yes, Daddio.

    是的,Daddio。

  • Cappuccino ball.

    卡布奇諾球。

  • That's so cool.

    太酷了

  • It's so weird.

    太奇怪了

  • It's like you're eating coffee.

    這就像你在吃咖啡。

  • It's a coffee gusher.

    這是一個咖啡噴頭。

  • I love eb is more one of the weirdest days of my life.

    我愛eb更是我一生中最奇怪的日子之一。

  • All right, Okay.

    好吧,好吧。

  • E put a lot of sugar and Well, that was cool, obviously.

    E放了很多糖,嗯,那是很酷,顯然。

  • Million dollars.

    百萬美金。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • I could definitely see a coffee chain.

    我肯定能看到一個咖啡連鎖店。

  • Making something like this as a novelty could be your gimmick where people line up to get the coffee balls people in trying to love to line up for a gimmick.

    把這樣的東西作為一種新奇的東西,可以成為你的噱頭,人們排隊買咖啡球的人在嘗試愛排隊買噱頭。

  • So there you go.

    所以,你去那裡。

  • This very simple chemical reaction to me makes a lot of sense about how we could decrease single use plastics.

    這個非常簡單的化學反應對我來說,對我們如何減少一次性塑膠的使用很有意義。

  • Someone will figure this out.

    有人會想出辦法的。

  • This is a great start.

    這是一個很好的開始。

  • If we could do this at home, you can only imagine the potential for this in the future.

    如果我們能在家裡做到這一點,你可以想象未來的潛力。

  • You should definitely try doing this with your kids or even with your friends.

    你一定要和你的孩子甚至和你的朋友一起嘗試這樣做。

  • I mean, adult from traditional.

    我的意思是,從傳統的成人。

  • If you're looking for Mawr at home things to keep you occupied because you're trapped in Nora's, like all of us are our sponsor.

    如果你正在尋找Mawr在家裡的東西讓你忙,因為你被困在Nora的,像我們所有人都是我們的贊助商。

  • Today is a perfect opportunity for you to do just that.

    今天就是一個絕佳的機會,讓你做到這一點。

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    我們對今天的贊助商QB公司情有獨鍾。

  • Which is designed to expose kids to concepts in science technology engineering Our math you can use Key be co dot com slash asap for your first month free.

    這是為了讓孩子們接觸到科學技術工程的概念,我們的數學你可以使用Key be co點com斜線儘快為你的第一個月免費。

  • It's amazing resource and gift for anyone wanting to help kids learn at home.

    對於任何想要幫助孩子在家學習的人來說,這是驚人的資源和禮物。

  • Each box comes with all the supplies needed for that month's project, so no need to ever run to the store.

    每一盒都包含了當月項目所需的所有用品,所以永遠不需要跑到商店。

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    不同年齡段有不同的箱子,通過今天的註冊,使用鑰匙be co點com斜線儘快。

  • You help our show and get a first month free.

    你幫助我們的節目,可以獲得第一個月的免費。

  • It makes our month when we get these hands on projects in the mail, and you can, too.

    當我們在郵件中收到這些親手製作的項目時,這讓我們這個月的工作變得更有意義,而你也可以。

  • This isn't especially amazing Holiday Gift idea.

    這是不是特別驚人的節日禮物的想法。

  • I signed up to 6 to 11 year old crates for my cousins and the 2 to 4 year old crates for my nephew, and they freak out every time they get them in the mail.

    我為我的表弟們註冊了6到11歲的箱子,為我的侄子註冊了2到4歲的箱子,他們每次收到郵件都會嚇壞。

  • They love updating me with photos of what they've made and, most importantly, what they've learned.

    他們喜歡給我更新他們所做的照片,最重要的是,他們學到了什麼。

  • Thanks again to keep ICO for sponsoring today's video.

    再次感謝保持ICO對今天視頻的贊助。

  • We love a sponsor that helps to inspire kids to become creative problem solvers and critical thinkers.

    我們喜歡有助於激發孩子們成為創造性的問題解決者和批判性思維者的贊助商。

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    確保你已經訂閱了,我們下期再見,有新的科學視頻。

This is a completely edible plastic with drinking water inside that we just made it home and could be a huge step towards a future with less plastic waste.

這是一種完全可以食用的塑膠,裡面有飲用水,我們剛剛把它帶回家,可以向減少塑膠垃圾的未來邁出一大步。

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