Blind Tasting PREMIUM Ingredients vs BUDGET Ingredients | Where Best to Spend Your Money?

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  • Is splashing the extra few quid on your shopping really worth it? In this episode ‘normal’ home cooks Jamie and Barry see if they can “pick the premium” product just by taste alone.
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Comments • 80

  • Jack jb Burton
    Jack jb Burton 14 hours ago

    Can anyone ID Mike’s Jumper for me?

  • StefanZink
    StefanZink Day ago

    What is that 7.5£ chocolate bar!? The most premium of premium Austrian chocolate is not more that 3.5£ and its slightly bigger, Fairtrade, Biological the cocoa comes from wherever you imagine that good one comes from.

  • boa c
    boa c 2 days ago

    I would love to see more of this!

  • RompersDub
    RompersDub 3 days ago

    Why put the premium in the same spot every time though?

  • SoundsOfSushi
    SoundsOfSushi 4 days ago

    Farmers markets are some of the best places to get premium ingredients at a fraction of the price. Just watch out for scummy repackers who dont even grow their own food.

  • BobanPlaysGames
    BobanPlaysGames 12 days ago

    Should you use the premium olive oil to make pesto or is it a waste to use it?

  • Jason Kovald
    Jason Kovald 12 days ago

    No.. hell no! Nothing, abso-fucking-lutely nothing can justify a 17x increase in price for the same piece of food, not in a normal world anyway, some of those "premium" foods are just like those designer purses for women.. it's undoubtedly better, but like 3-5x the worth, not bloody 17 times more..

  • hanaAKAbaka
    hanaAKAbaka 14 days ago

    More of these :D Pleeeeease :D

  • kyrotenkaithescarred
    kyrotenkaithescarred 14 days ago

    How about a frozen vs unfrozen. Frozen food has a big stigma but sometimes is better than what is available "fresh" due to season.

  • Sharon Douglas
    Sharon Douglas 18 days ago

    More blind taste test please

  • 3lla
    3lla 18 days ago

    I've legit had that happen with glasses before 😂

  • LJ70
    LJ70 19 days ago

    LOVED this, please do more!

  • lliisann
    lliisann 19 days ago

    AGAIN!!! Loved it.

  • Margo Pledge
    Margo Pledge 19 days ago

    Pro: Like the comparison testing - good idea. People above have given great ideas in regards to future items & products.
    Con: Difficult to follow which was premium and which was cheaper. Also, the dry erase board made it difficult to see what was written. I feel like this could have been showcased in a simpler/easily understandable format. It's like you took a simple task and complicated it. Execution of the game and video needs work.

  • Hans Wurst
    Hans Wurst 20 days ago +1

    Those peas opened my eyes. Same goes for off-season berries.

  • Mesia Sharp
    Mesia Sharp 20 days ago

    More videos like this please

  • Bianca Malan
    Bianca Malan 20 days ago

    Mike

  • Necroes 2000
    Necroes 2000 22 days ago

    Really should have asked 'Is it better?' instead of premium.

  • Rishinder
    Rishinder 23 days ago

    Wouldnt it be easier if someone just fed them.

  • Sherryn G
    Sherryn G 24 days ago

    Some ideas for things you could try: milk/cream (huge differences in prices in NZ, I assume it's the same there?), coffee/tea, vanilla extract vs pods

  • Damaged262
    Damaged262 24 days ago

    Add a few micrograms of citric acid and the cheap tomatoes would be worth every penny (and flipping then some) of the 5 times tomatoes. Don't believe me? Do it yourself. I've rocked my entire families lives with this one small change. I normally use Ratatouille and challange family members to replicate what I've done. It's been almost 30 times now.
    Edit, I had to change life with lives, a simple typing error. Still learn from others as the citric acid can be bought for a penny or less for any serving.

  • Jennifer Ballard
    Jennifer Ballard 25 days ago

    More of these!

  • chuck sellers
    chuck sellers 25 days ago

    the only time Americans talk about kilos is when talking about the weight of drugs found by the police.

  • Czarki
    Czarki 25 days ago

    whats up with the "did you guess correctly"? i havent developed online taste buds yet.

  • Cornish pixie 123
    Cornish pixie 123 25 days ago

    Can you guys do some healthy recipes again?

  • Andrea Sanchez-Deuer
    Andrea Sanchez-Deuer 25 days ago

    do a pass it on with this ingredients

  • Darryl Doerksen
    Darryl Doerksen 26 days ago

    Omg the peaness

  • Seth Marton
    Seth Marton 27 days ago

    Love you guys!

  • zedalba
    zedalba 27 days ago

    I frown on frozen because the breaking down process turns some vegetables to slimy mush when you might want a more firm crispy texture.

  • alya Mufida A
    alya Mufida A 27 days ago

    sorted food is the only yt vids that i dont skip, like i watch every minutes of it, its that enjoyable and all of the guys personalities are very fun to watch:) please make these premium vids againn!!

  • Carla
    Carla 27 days ago

    MOAR PLEEZ

  • Keriel Watson
    Keriel Watson 27 days ago

    More of this!
    Cheap cheeses vs premium cheeses!
    I can never decide if I should fork out extra for the fetta cheese I'm adding to salads or stick to the cheep store brand.
    I've only paid for the cheep chedders... Unless I'm buying smoked in which case I go for a middle of the road brand.

  • MissRora
    MissRora 28 days ago

    Wouldn't cook with the expensive chocolate? I suppose that depends on whether making homemade truffles constitutes "cooking".

  • KSMA
    KSMA 28 days ago

    Tasting salt and pepper could be very interesting

  • ninia johannsen
    ninia johannsen 28 days ago

    i have never thought of that i did not have to buy expensive everytime ,perhaps because i sucks in cooking (

  • Shieldmaiden Sanctuary

    I agree with Jamie I would love to see more of these pick the premium videos!

  • Abyssic1
    Abyssic1 29 days ago

    You totally need to test cheap and mid range and not expensive! That would be much more relatable for many!

  • Undermanned
    Undermanned 29 days ago

    Get them Rhett and Link style masks

  • Imran Bin Azhar
    Imran Bin Azhar Month ago

    You guys should cook same dish without tasting it and then everyone should taste all of them and label who made which one :P :D

  • Amy Atkins
    Amy Atkins Month ago

    To make 'picking' quicker you could go with the Rhett and Link way. They've been doing blind taste tests for yonks! Love this though.

  • Cobb
    Cobb Month ago

    The premium was always #1, they should have caught on and the premium should have been swapped occasionally.

  • Aarekk
    Aarekk Month ago

    Jamie hit the nail on the head, I also hope we get more of these so that we can see "Hey, for this, it doesn't make sense to pay so much more."

  • syrinx32
    syrinx32 Month ago

    In my boyfriend's family, we play a game that is similar to this, but instead of comparing "raw" ingredients, we compare processed foods like chocolate bars or fruit yoghurts. There are quite a few cheap versions that taste a LOT better than the expensive original (e.g. Ferrerro Rocher don't hold a candle to their discounter counterparts)!

  • KA AH
    KA AH Month ago

    Have you guys done vanilla? Here we usually use the powder kind i.e fake vanilla, but it's what we're used to. I once tried using a vanilla pod but wasn't impressed with the result. I think because they weren't premium. They had a relatively good price after all

  • Citizen Tibby
    Citizen Tibby Month ago

    should've used little paddles with numbers on then you can cut out the clean up bit.

  • Ima Karimah
    Ima Karimah Month ago

    I know y'all get over this but I hate the current opening music

  • L. Colvin
    L. Colvin Month ago

    I love this!

  • HCM
    HCM Month ago

    But do a single ingrédient swap change a meal ?

  • dannass5
    dannass5 Month ago

    Normal people: Olive Oil
    Chefs: Olivol

  • Alex Shafer
    Alex Shafer Month ago

    Cheap vs Premium
    Balsamic Vinegar
    Butter
    Carrots
    Coconut oil
    Chicken
    Stock/broth
    Herbs in general

  • Hamzah Mohammed
    Hamzah Mohammed Month ago

    Lol guys...the blind folds were pointless for this

  • Ace-of-Wands
    Ace-of-Wands Month ago

    Loved this, hope you do it again! Maybe some less obvious examples next time? Like it was validating to have confirmation that what I already do is the correct way, but it'd be nice to have some that make me go "oh! I don't need to spend more on that?!" or "ohh if I spend more it's actually worth it?!" - educational AND entertaining ;)

  • Kayla Muldoon
    Kayla Muldoon Month ago

    Compare premium fruits and premium breads next, please 💖

  • Rosa
    Rosa Month ago

    they are actually like two small children

    i love it

  • dolimi jotoo
    dolimi jotoo Month ago

    Absolutely agreed with Ben about the frozen peas. Note to self : Fresh in season. If not, frozen!

  • Adam Broussard
    Adam Broussard Month ago

    SIX DOLLARS PER POUND FOR PEAS!??!

  • Bailey Henderson
    Bailey Henderson Month ago

    The English doing the war still after Germany said you did the wrong thing , stop making life about you English people , Germany got quailty you want too much England and france is dumb enough to fall for your cultural war tactics , Spain wants to conquer you still , Ireland got to show how they are right , and the Scottish show how not being like England is good , Wales made honest bisnesses

    • dolimi jotoo
      dolimi jotoo Month ago

      Blind folded grocery shop to then make a meal.

  • Millie Levine
    Millie Levine Month ago

    Do a fresh vs frozen challenge like gmm

  • bocoy noiu
    bocoy noiu Month ago

    I AM HERE TO WITNESS BARRY'S BOUJEE TONGUE

  • Rosy Tung
    Rosy Tung Month ago

    While I agree with the peas that frozen doesn't necessarily mean less quality than fresh, I do have interesting experience with frozen carrots. My daughter, who loves carrots and often think she's a bunny, hates frozen carrots. Even when she was little and we cooked the carrots the same way, she would taste it and went 'yuck' and spit it out if it was frozen carrot, but munched down ones that are from fresh carrots. I do feel the freezing process damaged some of the 'texture' to veges and so they tend to be softer and/or a change in taste. I guess what I'm saying is, different people like their veges from different sources? lol
    (Personally I prefer fresh carrots too, and broccoli, but indifferent to peas or spinach.)

  • TNinja0
    TNinja0 Month ago

    Mayhaps Gordon has instilled in us that frozen wares are abominations.
    I mean, that's the impression I get anyway.

    I enjoy frozen food, though.

    • TNinja0
      TNinja0 Month ago

      I don't know how your country manufactures toilet papers, but our cheap stuff just works as intended.

    • bocoy noiu
      bocoy noiu Month ago

      Absolutely do not cheap out on toilet paper. You can go for midrange, but never go for the cheapest option.

  • Katie Rose Haugh
    Katie Rose Haugh Month ago

    Milk would be a good thing to test cheap vs expensive. Eggs too.

  • robin z
    robin z Month ago

    Mr Mike, please o please... Where may one get that great sweater of yours when you're talking into the fridge

  • Eleanor W
    Eleanor W Month ago

    How was Barry 2-1 up after the peas when he’d got 3 right and Jamie had 2?

  • CptnCoffee
    CptnCoffee Month ago

    "why do we fraun upon frozen stuff, when that technology is fantastic"
    well..... i say its Gordon Ramsays fault.

  • alflurin
    alflurin Month ago

    I though England prices were steep and just realised that it's a lot cheaper than in Geneva where I live. A tin of tomates for 40p... or 50 rp (0.50 CHF), that's not happening! You'll be lucky to find one for a pound.

  • nack287
    nack287 Month ago

    You should include balsamic vinegar or some such next time you do something like this

  • james turner
    james turner Month ago

    You guys should do kids meal ultimate battle or kids meal pass it on

    • qopoy dnon
      qopoy dnon Month ago

      Baked beans, settle the aguement between the "classic British top seller since the war" , and the newer cheaper which may possibly make pickle! Keep up the awesome wo

  • Pizza Heart
    Pizza Heart Month ago

    While watching this a thought struck me...
    Sorted X Jolly/KoreanEnglishman Collab.
    Love your videos by the way💙

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  • CarnageMunky
    CarnageMunky Month ago

    can anyone recommend a channel so i can learn to cook?

  • Salina Brewer
    Salina Brewer Month ago

    Blind folded grocery shop to then make a meal.

  • CG-Recommended
    CG-Recommended Month ago

    "We are sordid"

  • William Langrehr
    William Langrehr Month ago

    Some big boy food battle would be good. Like, immagine, for a moment, if they all had to make a meal over the course of say, 24 hours, and made it a battle. It'd be like a documentary type thing. How cool would that be?

  • aaron18515
    aaron18515 Month ago

    I would love to see this as a reoccurring series along with the gadgets and ingredients.

    • abbsnn cose
      abbsnn cose Month ago

      A cook-off using only ingredients mentioned in Eurovision songs! #Eurovision

  • Zyrot A
    Zyrot A Month ago

    You guys are basically doing my commerce assignment for me

  • arcanask
    arcanask Month ago

    Absolutely do not cheap out on toilet paper. You can go for midrange, but never go for the cheapest option.

    • abbsnn cose
      abbsnn cose Month ago

      The premium tinned tomatoes should have been San Marzanos

  • Gloria Morgan
    Gloria Morgan Month ago

    7:50 “He chef-fed them. He can’t leave anything alone.” Ebbers, leave peas the ch-eff alone. 🤬🤣

    • qopoy dnon
      qopoy dnon Month ago

      U guys should do an ultimate battle between the normals again, its been a long time since we've seen one

  • Sarah Bacon
    Sarah Bacon Month ago

    GLUTEN FREE THEME???

    • qopoy dnon
      qopoy dnon Month ago

      A fun thing too see the normala do is a Swedish dessert called Semla

  • Holden Carver
    Holden Carver Month ago

    For those who remember Harry Enfield, I have to confess to getting strong Mr "You Don't Want To Do That" vibes from Ben after Barry said he uses olive oil for frying XD