How to Make Pizza on a Submarine - Smarter Every Day 246


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    1. SmarterEveryDay

      I don't know why... but this was one of my favorite videos from the Deep Dive Series. It's so... personal and real. I had no idea that food is literally THE limiting factor on a submarine's ability to dive. Also, I had no idea meals were such a big deal for morale (Ice Cream on Waffles totally works by the way). I have an email list here if you'd like to get an email when I upload a video: Thank you to those who have recently chosen to support Smarter Every Day on Patreon ( ) . You're awesome, and I hope you have received your baseball! I've been seeing a lot of posts on twitter of people showing me photos of their baseball and it's awesome!! If you have not received your yet, please check for status updates! I'm grateful for your support and hope you really enjoy this one. The next video is both amazing certifiably insane, so please look forward to that! Regards, Destin

      1. Legend 27

        You make it the same as on land it dose t matter if your under water

      2. ANCHOR

        You the best my man

      3. Geoffrey Benedict

        So my son loved the video, but we are dying to know, How was the pizza?

      4. James Skelly

        I assume they work in shifts on the boat? So I assume when the cook is cooking dinner, is he also cooking breakfast for the other shift??

      5. Lisa Willis

        @ddd aaa thank you for your service

    2. KarIgnishaYumi

      wow lot of education. lot of responsibility ability on the sub to.

    3. TheRoyalPenguin

      Down Periscope is such a good movie, and it's absolutely hilarious

    4. Yaku Korku

      In a submarine or on a submarine?

    5. Brittany Levinson

      This is my favorite series of yours ever! Love seeing these men and women and what they do!

    6. Anthony Hart

      Burger day is the BEEEEEST

    7. Caden Perry

      4:03 *dead heads n frogs legs mmm cake mix*

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    9. Craig Knights

      radiation hazard in the food storage, no bunking or loitering... OK.... no sleeping in the fridge.

    10. Chuck Floto

      I would love to know how they secure all the stuff in the galley when the ship is maneuvering. Diving, surfacing, hard turns. I assume they aren't using the deep fat fried then! Oh, I shouldn't have made this comment before 10:08. Great video and amazing series! Thank you!

    11. John Caling

      Connecticut, YAY, I have seen that base, it is many subs, scarry for CHina

    12. Not Me Not Me

      When I was in the military, we would know when a VIP was visiting the unit as the food would get better for that day. I'm impressed they can make better food inside a submarine than what we got on land!

    13. Kiithnaras Ashaa

      11:40 This is an excellent example of the pithy Maxim 7 of The Seventy Maxims of Maximally Effective Mercenaries: "If the food is good enough, the grunts will stop complaining about the incoming fire."

    14. FfejTball

      Ok...why can't they grow food though?

    15. Lavender-Rose Fox

      they're on a sub in the ocean they cant not have battered cod and chips lol

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    17. GoldenDoom

      Should use refill submarines Kinda like planes refuel other planes

    18. ilidan85

      Submarine series is amazing!

    19. Solestian

      These guys eat pretty fuckn good

    20. icuabc 123

      Dude must have a stressful job reading from the stress patches on his head. Or maybe he needs to find someone that knows how to use clippers.

    21. McLovin

      Why do they have locks on fridges?

    22. discontinuuity

      I was giggling every time they said "poppers"

    23. Ahmad Ki Memes

      1:22: Laughing 1:23:Saw Chief behind camera,laughing gone

    24. Gavin's Videos

      1:23 mikes hair looking like destiny game logo 👌

    25. Indiana National Guard 23

      Best submarine videos I’ve seen

    26. JackJack Thompson

      After 12 months of Covid lockdown I need to be forced to be in a sub like this to lose weight!

    27. Black Flabungus

      Watching that dude at 15:50 silently laugh about the nuance submarine joke just cracks me up😂

    28. Katherine Russ- Hotfelter

      It gives true appreciation for all the components and people that make the system function.

    29. TheEmeraldSword

      I love the understanding and wholesome personality the crew has.

    30. Nathaniel Lambeth

      There is a nuclear reactor. Makin pizza is an afterthought.

    31. TacComControl

      All that is great and all, but where do they keep the Coffee? And the Lard?

    32. Logan B

      Shoutout to Groton

    33. Alfa fox

      "what happens if you burn a pizza?" *look of genuine fear*

    34. Zkiel Federick

      Pov gordon ramsey enter the freezer

    35. Joseph Tan

      what does submarine do everyday?

    36. Al Hasse

      Pizza night was always a highlight of patrol. Since when is the cycle 8 hours and 3 meals? I remember 4 meals separated by 6 hours and standing a 3 section watch, 6 hours on and 12 hours off - the only way one knew time of day was by the meal being served. To this day more than 20 years later I still can't sleep much more than 6 hours

    37. Frequently Cynical

      So how do they access the food in the freezer, or get it in there? Crawl through that small port?

    38. Stopher2475

      The logistics are fascinating.

    39. Charlie Gordon

      Just Subscribed, congratulations on 9.49M 🇨🇦

    40. Karasaph Exonar

      For under 3$ a day, they manage to create high quality pizza with toppings. And yeah, I like to cook at home, if you do things from scratch with flour it's dirt cheap and so delicious. But labor intensive. But if you can spare the time, it's worth it.

    41. JACK of ALL TRADES

      On amphibious ships steak and eggs in the morning before beach landings! Never know how long before you get another hot meal

    42. eta10tp1

      I have a feeling that I will go make a pizza in 5 minutes into this and finish the rest of this episode eating it...

      1. eta10tp1

        I was right

    43. JACK of ALL TRADES

      It was always nice after a big operation to get on a naval ship and experience their chow hall… I don’t know if the Marine Corps has as much money or not as good as cooks but eating a board a ship was the highlight of the day. Especially after being out in the field for a long time! Ooh Rah

    44. Joan Scott

      The hysterical passive fortunately rush because nylon ultrascructurally bomb during a watery postbox. hushed, wistful humidity

    45. darcy stabler

      I think I'm gonna sign up for the us navy

    46. Ram B.

      Bug Juice... Please explain.

      1. Al Hasse

        More or less like Kool-Aid. The citrus flavor (lemon-lime) can be strong enough to clean stainless steel. Never cared for the stuff myself, I preferred coffee or coke, and fresh milk when it was available.

    47. Lee Seaver

      "Can you show me?" LOVE IT

    48. MxxRie

      Not a vegetable in sight.

      1. Simon WoodburyForget

        What do you think bread is made from?

    49. P. K.

      10.60 cents a day per person for 3 meals. Ya for sure u have to really crunch numbers

    50. prism

      Carolina Gold BBQ sauce is awesome! Funny to hear a nuclear submarine crew stocking up on it before shipping out but it makes complete sense haha!

    51. Sulev-Madis Silber

      just needs some replicators so you could make food too...

    52. Hayden Griffith

      The bread on the sub is the BEST, sometimes if I accidentally sleep through a meal I'll be blessed enough to wake up and find some leftover bread to eat.

    53. Gacha_Flower

      everyone gives cooks a hard time in the military, until you're on the mountain or apparently in the submarine. Food like this is rare on a deployment and appreciated greatly. awesome series, next you need to attach to a ground unit.

    54. Exile4life1

      I hope the crew can read this post one day and if you do , you guys are awsome!!

    55. Adam Tourgeman

      You say rock and roll more than anyone I know lol :) good video though

    56. Doxie Lain

      I do wonder about the radiation warning signs that pop up here and there. I assume it's proximity to the reactor compartment and feed lines, etc. I guess all the mass around the reactor is contributing to shielding from the shine, and why waste space on a cramped vessel? Build right up to the limit of tolerance where people go, and a bit past it where people can't.

    57. Asad Abdul Qaabir

      08:31 that "hot pan long take" really has a Wolfgang Petersen's Das Boot vibe LOL

    58. Steve Way

      What if a crew member gets closterfobia? or becomes closterfobia? Wile under water on a mission,

    59. Bob Bob

      "We've got poppers, chicken tenders, chicken can see some mozzarella sticks over there...we've got a buffalo chicken pizza here, half pepperoni-half meat lovers...that's breakfast sausage...I've got some prime ribs, some corned beef..." TRANSLATION: We've got constipation here, constipation over there, you can see sailors backed up all over these counter tops..."

      1. Simon WoodburyForget

        Why would any of that constipate them?

    60. Taylor Maid

      I like how the mess crew goes out of their way to make sure the rest of the crew gets some specialty treats, like the BBQ sauce they enjoy. While some kind of nutritional gruel might be cheap and easy to store and require no chef skills, it would also be an extremely good way to tank crew morale. You just can't beat the effects of a good home cooked meal, even when you're deep under the arctic ocean.

    61. jeff fung

      The first snowboarding concurrently soothe because xylophone hooghly interfere save a abrupt probation. handsomely, finicky talk

    62. Local Trap Star

      Question: When you see navy commercials of the subs dang near vertical when surfacing; how so possible with all that stuff in there...?! Like the fryer!

    63. jeff fung

      The zonked watchmaker distinctly tick because fear singly repair over a equable chronometer. safe, gleaming pumpkin

    64. Local Trap Star

      Love the hat Destin !

    65. Phillip Mulligan

      A submarines deployment time is measured by the contents of it's food pantry. I can't believe these guys let you poke a camera in their pantry. Some enemy intelligence could predict with some accuracy how long a given submarine is on patrol and even count the number of submarines of that nation out on deployment.

    66. directive me

      he is the cook in a vessel trapped in the ocean full of hungry submariners so yes he has priority its the code of the sea I'm pretty sure. 8:30-8:45 is the timestamp or just about

    67. narmale

      why is the freezer door radioactive... 10:46

    68. Jimmy Boe

      this reminds me of cooking every night in my RV haha XD

    69. Moon shiner

      The nuclear submarine is the joke !

    70. Steve Schierholz

      Isn't like on land, with an oven?

    71. RGP B

      This series is one the best on the channel

    72. Braedon Thorsson

      I would assume the chefs are the most respected people on any ship. Who to trust so you don't starve.

    73. Mason G

      Gordon Ramsay should try to make a meal in a submarine

    74. pistol breath

      You think they have stabilizers in the kitchen supply utensils

    75. Zoltán Kozma

      Of friggin course they are watching a submarine movie :D

    76. Zoltán Kozma

      The angle conundrum is easily solved by hanging things

    77. Zoltán Kozma

      They really do the junk food thing there...

    78. Proton Neutron

      The Elite of the Navy

    79. Proton Neutron

      For subs no meat has bones as that would be a waste of valuable food storage space

    80. Anastasiya Mind

      I always wondered why you can't grow some food on submarines? I mean sure you probably can't grow large amounts (I mean where would you find the space) but what about even just fresh edible herbs? A lot of herbs grow really quickly, take little space and don't need much besides a little water and a little light. There are many lightweight and mess free plant growth materials too besides the option of growing herbs just in water, the lamps to provide light can also be small compact and lightweight and power shouldn't be a problem with a nuclear reactor, plants will naturally help with eating some carbon dioxide and provide a little more additional oxygen which would be a helpful addition, and you can probably find crooks and crannies all over the sub to attach small planters. Plus I would think seeing a pop of green might be a good way to help reduce stress levels on the crew's off work times. Is it down to space constraints or is there a different reason for absence of plants?

      1. Simon WoodburyForget

        Dried herbs take zero electricity, exponentially less space (1/100), and require zero maintenance. I'm not too sure why you're wondering why they're just storing the dried products... Majority of food takes an order of magnitude more space and energy to grow than it does to store... and then you would still need to store them. For efficiently growing and harvesting products, you need to do it all at once, plants that are "growing" aren't plants you can actually eat. I mean not to forget the literal piles of water you'd need to filter in order to water the plants, and the parasites that these plants may endup carrying, and the moisture they'd endup releasing into the air. The oxygen output of plants is... rediculously small, incase you didn't realize. A sub doesn't have excess space, they're designed like airplanes, to be as small as possible, and carrying something that would waste a lot of space is not a good idea. Yes the purpose of indoors plants is to improve how people feel in the environment; keep in mind that maintening the plants would still be a full time job, and a lot of work as a lot of plants do not like growing in specific types of conditions. You need things like humidity and temperature control, aswell as the right type of soil, and the right amount of water. You also need to deal with potentially carrying fungi and insects which live on and around the plants. Don't forget about how people may actually be allergic to plants, for example lots of people have pollen allergies. Plants are living things, and so they bring all the issues that any living thing would bring to an isolated environment.

    81. dom, raider nation,raised royal

      Suprised you didnt hear a moooo in the background

    82. BlisteredThumb

      The radio room has a small door in the floor right underneath is the galley we call it the cookie hatch. magnificent.

    83. BlisteredThumb

      It's about seven months maximum worth of food.

    84. Robert Ross

      “Are we allowed to say that?”... “well I just did” lmao

    85. Joshua Rice

      Thunder Below was one of my all time favorite books to listen to. Skunk works was a close second. If you like those you'll really like Apollo, highly recommend it!

    86. Fran AG

      why this dude allways say "really"?

    87. morvous1

      What is this mythical Prime Rib they speak of. I don't ever remember a meal that had Prime Rib used in it when I was in.

    88. Will Carter

      As a Submariner I can tell you that because of my time on the boats, I now hate Chicken.

      1. Al Hasse

        I sympathize, I tolerate chicken for the same reason. Had a cook on one boat that served chicken of one sort or another almost every lunch and dinner.

    89. Gundam117

      Padlocks the food..

    90. Roberto Licardie

      That food looks good!!

    91. Just a Fat civvie

      i been a cook for a long time. i've cooked for millionaires and i've cooked for homeless folks. i gotta say im jealous of yalls' experience even if it mostly sucks.

    92. Ezra Kaio

      I wonder what their system is with garbage...

    93. Kevin Simmons

      Pizza? That's classified

    94. Rustin Dudley

      Hey... Army ..... Wtf . they are under 6 feet of ice 180 ft of water in a tube . why cant I get food half this good when we are litterally still on post

    95. Jed Capitan

      Does anyone know how they manage FIFO with all that compactly stored food? I imagine its a nightmare @_@

    96. Mikey don't likey

      In the beginning u said u can't grow your own food on a sub. But they could grow some foods have grow lights and get food with gray water and the plants would scrub the air. Powers not a problem so I think u could grow u just may need more water

    97. Spencer J

      I feel so bad for the one chef who’s a little too tall for the kitchen ceiling and has to slouch all day every day.

    98. Chuck It

      Audible is excellent. You were very fortunate to have the sub experience. Now try a carrier.

    99. Ellis Jones

      It was a tradition when I was on a ammo ship that if we were off-loading ammo so the other ship could pull into port they would send us fresh baked cookies, If we were giving them ammo so they could complete their mission they sent us cookies. By the way my ship was the USS Pyro AE-24

    100. Richard D Petersen

      71 yr old guy who was in the USN surface fleet 67-71. The guys on Subs are/were totally in their own world. We didnt interact with them much in any way in those days. I do know it takes special personality to fit in a "boat" and live underwater for WEEKS.