Binging with Babish 2 Million Subscriber Special: The Every-Meat Burrito from Regular Show

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This week we’re celebrating hitting 2 million subscribers with maybe the most cartoonish cartoon food ever imagined: the every-meat burrito. While we were unable to procure any giraffe, jackal, or naked mole rat, the combination of every commercially-available meat ended up tasting like something far worse than chicken. Follow along as we get that taste out of our mouth with the every-pork burrito!

Thank you everyone for helping me hit 2 million subscribers!!!

Shout out to Alvin Cailan for the tortilla factory recommendation!

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41 thoughts on “Binging with Babish 2 Million Subscriber Special: The Every-Meat Burrito from Regular Show

  1. Wait your American? I had no clue you seem to British ie more civilized and proper and before some salty Americans get mad I’m American as well and German irish Scottish Italian English I little Russian

  2. 7:53 So basically, cook it like a Chilli Con Carne?

    My brother and mother know how to cook such a thing, and used Beef, which made for a Tangy, stew-like meat that tasted lovely and had a spicy kick.

    I think that's what the Every-Meat Burrito was intended to be, a Chilli Con-Carne style meat mixture that effectively stewed the meat in a Skillet/Pan.

  3. Lol i was watching this and was like why isnt one wearing a mask. I then looked this was 2 years ago 🤣🤣🤣 2020 am i right

  4. You have all these gut and immune problems and you eat this shit? Don't be surprised when your health just keeps getting worse and worse! It's funny how karma plays out!

  5. Disgusting episode hurts my stomach this is the humans adrenachrome the government eats babies while you eat animals

  6. Viper meat is nice but I recommend you sou vide cook it on low heat for 6 hours, it makes a tender, juicy, delicious steaky kind of meat. Seasoning I recommend, salt, peppercorn and if you like a hint of lemon.

  7. Oh we got a trekkie 🥰 … Could the different meats not be cooked separately before grinding and mixing them? (I know most expensive episode… )

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