♪ (French music) ♪ – (Finebros) Today, you’re reacting to this. – Sardines? – Might be cat food.
Is it cat food? – Guess it’s some type of meat? – Is this ham? – I know what this is! It’s spam! – Spam! – It’s spam! No! – I was gonna get spam musubi after this. – (Finebros) Tip it over and try to dump it out. – (muffled) No… Why are you making me do this ?! – Oh, it’s making a really gross noise. (Gross noises) (grunt of effort) (slurping, popping)
– Oh! – Ah! That’s so gross! – This is exa… (plop)
(banging of can on table and floor) I’ll pick that up. – Oooh, this looks good! – Looks like a block of meat. – Slimy. – Uncooked… hamburger. And you had the slime on it. – It smells like something good going bad. – Smells like cat food.
And I do not like cat food. Get it away from me! ♪ (French music) ♪ – (Finebros) Time to eat it. – Nooo! – How can I eat it like this? – Yea- oh wait, like thi- ? Okay. (laughing)
Alright. Usually, like, I cook it. (grunt of effort) – Oh my! Okay. – (laughing) It’s stuck! – Straight from the can!
Delicious! (sarcasm) (disgust) ♪ (French music) ♪ – What is that?
Taste so gross. ♪ (French music) ♪ – I don’t even feel good. Oh my gosh. – One… two… (whispers) I can’t believe I’m doing this. Three. It’s enjoyable.
I don’t like how it’s enjoyable. ♪ (French music) ♪ – From the outside it looks like a cold, wet substance of grossness. But, when you taste it… you’ll have a mouthwatering masterpiece, even though it has nothing on it! – I’m gonna slice it off.
Like a gentleman. (laughing) It’s actually really good raw. – Mmmh! Tastes like chicken! – It’s good.
I want this. I wanna keep it. Doesn’t really look really good on the outside, but in the inside, it’s gorgeous. – Can you tell me what it is now? ♪ (French music) ♪ – (Finebros) It’s called spam. – Spam… Is it like a yam? – Spam? Is it an animal? – Oh! Spam! I’ve heard of it. Really? I’ve always thought that it was… spam was disgusting. – (Finebros) Do you know what spam is? – I don’t know what spam is. – That’s cat food? – It’s a bit of meat that comes from some sort of pork? – That’s like asking, “What’s in a hot dog?” or “What’s in McDonalds?” It is processed goo, that tastes really good – (Finebros) Spam is primarily made out of pork shoulder and ham, which is meat from a pig’s rear. – That’s a little bit… disturbing. – I just ate a butt?!?!?! – (hysterical laughter) Wait a minute… I just ate pig’s butt?
It’s okay. Who cares? – It’s from a pig’s rear end. That’s disgusting. Really disgusting. But I love it. It’s good. – (Finebros) So finally, do you recommend other people try spam? – Yes
– Yes. It’s so good. – No. No! (laughter) Never. – No. – It’s so addicting and good! – No.
-No one should try this. Yes. It’s really good.
But I don’t think everybody likes that part. Thanks for watching “Kids vs Food” here on the REACT Channel. Pick up your knife and fork, and subscribe. What food should we try next? Comment down below. Thumbs up for canned meat. Yummy! Goodbye guys. (MUSIC)