YouTuber makes real knife only from Jell-O

Do you find one video tutorial after another on YouTube? If you did that, you might have come across the growing channel Kiwami Japan. With over 500,000 subscribers, the channel focuses on experimental tutorials in which the channel's creator demonstrates how to make functional knives out of household goods and food. His most recent video about the transformation of Jell-O into a knife, however, could be his best video so far.

An amazing success

Kiwami Japan on YouTube

Due to the constant number of new videos uploaded each day, the YouTube channel Kiwami Japan has never imagined that its tutorial videos would be internationally successful. The creator uploads weekly videos that show how to turn household goods and food into knives, which often shows the chemistry behind these experiments.

The number of calls to the channel continues to increase with each video. Last week, over three million views in which The YouTuber demonstrated how to turn Jell-O and gelatin into a functional knife.

How it works

Three million viewers followed the detailed, 11-minute tutorial. The YouTuber melted individual gelatine candies, formed the mixture with a standard kitchen knife and then dried the light green gelatin with an air purifier.

Design taxi

Then he sharpened the gelatin with diamond whetstones. A long process, the whole project took a few days. The YouTuber completed his tutorial by cutting a zucchini with the new knife – one he described as the "sharpest Jell-O kitchen knife in the world."

It turns out that there are more uses with Jell-O than eating it for dessert.

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Kiwami Japan on YouTube

Kiwami Japan specializes in experimental tutorials. Since 2016, the YouTube channel shows how to make knives to sharpen a knifeand make more useful products. Can you imagine a knife? chocolate? Or pasta? Kiwami Japan definitely proves and effectively demonstrates that you can basically turn everything into a knife.


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