Video: In Australia, They Learned To Bake Meat In Cars Parked In The Sun
In the Australian city of Perth, the owner of an old Datsun Sunny, left motionless in the yard, decided to use the car as an oven. He told about his culinary experiment on Facebook.
When the 39-degree heat set in Australia, Stu Pengelli put a 1.5-kilogram piece of pork in the front seat, and placed a thermometer on the panel. At seven in the morning, it was already 30 degrees Celsius in the car. Three hours later, the temperature rose to 52 degrees, and by one o'clock in the afternoon it reached a maximum mark of 81 degrees.
- Ten hours after the start of the experiment, Stu took the meat out of the car - it turned out that during this time the piece was completely cooked. Later, Pengelli ate it with pleasure. According to the owner of the car, the side windows of the Datsun Sunny are tinted, and there are no seals on the doors, so the temperature was clearly not the maximum possible. Inside a fully complete car, especially a black one, the temperature would rise even more.
With his experiment, Stu also wanted to show why children, animals or valuables should not be left in the car in hot weather.
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