Process of Making Traditional Rice Cooker by Cutting Huge Stone. Korean Pot Factory

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Process of Making Traditional Rice Cooker by Cutting Huge Stone. Korean Pot Factory

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Factory Monster
Factory Monster 2 meses atrás
※This video does NOT include any paid promotion※ ※ 위 영상은 유료광고를 포함하지 않습니다 ※ 📦 제품문의(Product Inquiries): (영신스톤, StoneLee) 🎬 촬영문의(Filming Inquiries):​ ​​ -I film for the company who are proud of showing how their products are made. -팩토리몬은 제품에 자신있는 소상공인 분들과 중소기업을 대상으로 무료촬영을 진행합니다. Copyrightⓒ 2021. Factory Monster. All Rights Reserved.
krishna Bhandari
krishna Bhandari Mês atrás
Power Press Clips
Power Press Clips Mês atrás
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husam gray
husam gray 2 meses atrás
How much does this bowl weigh
Ruby D
Ruby D 2 meses atrás
You did a great job. You should get paid for it. And the pots are wonderful. I would like to have one.
nicolino cichetti
nicolino cichetti 2 meses atrás
Thankh you
Black Squirrel
Black Squirrel 2 meses atrás
Whoever wrote the subtitles is a hero.
Roger Tycholiz
Roger Tycholiz 6 dias atrás
@Andre Klärner ~ Ten times more funny!
Roger Tycholiz
Roger Tycholiz 6 dias atrás
Black Squirrel ~ Agreed! Great subtitles. I wonder why they use the hardest of stone-granite.
Rumpleteazer Y
Rumpleteazer Y 18 dias atrás
İ think they did it this way because lack of the steel
kawankawan51 26 dias atrás
I watched more than twice for the subtitles. 🤣🤣🤣
cant touch me
cant touch me Mês atrás
hahahaha makes this video more interesting 🤣👍
1gnidrag Dia atrás
팩토리몬님, 안녕하세요. 건축을 전공하는 학생입니다. 평소에 이런 공정들에 많은 관심이 있었는데, 우리가 일상에서 써온 것들을 제작하는 과정을 눈으로 직접 보다니 정말 신기하고 재밌어요. 무엇보다 내레이션 없이 진행되는 모든 영상이 마음에 드는 것 같아요. 하지만 전 이걸 단순히 그러한 영상으로 보진 않는게, 모든 공업에 종사하는 사람들이 자신만의 요령과 스킬을 갖고, 때로는 고도화된, 때로는 전통적인 방식으로 우리의 일상품들을 만들어내는게 너무 신기하고 감사하고 예술적이라고 생각합니다. 많은 영감을 받고 가는 것 같아요. 앞으로도 좋은 영상 부탁드립니다. 감사합니다!
Glauber Silva
Glauber Silva 2 dias atrás
Lindas panelas, devem ser otimas pra cozinhar legumes.
Fernando Gamas
Fernando Gamas Dia atrás
Maravilloso maravilloso maravilloso trabajo. Mis respetos
즉득 22 horas atrás
돌솥하나 만드는 데에 엄청난 노력이들어가네요. 정말 감사하게 먹어야 될 듯
Crypto Man
Crypto Man 2 meses atrás
Very cool watching the process of making these rice pots. If my eyes didn't deceive me, I think you still had all of your fingers too (working around those cutting wheels). I love the crunchy rice that you get around the edges. You have some very cool stuff on your website too. I'll pick up something for my wife. She already has some stone pot cookware, but you can never have too much 🙂
Duílio Alves de Brito
Duílio Alves de Brito 13 horas atrás
Ogt G n bto³4
Actual  Angel
Actual Angel 2 meses atrás
@TGz Salvation why... What's so funny?
Ultimate Douchebag
Ultimate Douchebag 2 meses atrás
@narsaku canada what are you smoking man?.....if god is real and jesus is real than the devil is real why are you following the devil and telling us your bullshit. Why the fuck does god need you to tell us what he wants. dont you think he is powerful enough to just come talk to each and everyone one of us. Do you think god is so scared of us that he needs you to tell us your bullshit story?
Crypto Man
Crypto Man 2 meses atrás
@t. yi Yes it is. I truly love Korean food. My wife is Vietnamese but if I were to rank my top 4 Asian foods by country, I would say: 1. Korean 2. Thai 3. Vietnamese 4. Chinese
t. yi
t. yi 2 meses atrás
crunchy rice on the edges is called NUROONGJI. It's very tasty.
Patrick Gill
Patrick Gill Dia atrás
please keep the large rocks which have had the cylinders removed from them. these can be placed in gardens with the holes filled with soil and plants can be grown in the rocks. the effect will be very pleasing
Ronivon Bomfim
Ronivon Bomfim 3 dias atrás
sensacional !👍👏
Snooooozel 20 horas atrás
Wow, so much electricity needed for just a pot
McGregor's Plumbing & Heating Services
I love watching stone cutting videos bro.
Germano Radtke
Germano Radtke 2 meses atrás
Que perfeição, muito lindas as panelas.
Quang minh Trần
Quá giỏi quá khéo nể phục người sáng tạo ý tưởng ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️💯💯💯💯💯💯💯👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
Ênio Jr
Ênio Jr 2 meses atrás
Curisoso. Apesar de ser totalmente mecanizada, são artesanais, pois percebe-se a interação humana em todas as etapas, peça por peça. Muito bom.
José Carvalho
José Carvalho Mês atrás
Muito bonito esse processo de fabricação.
Funkyboodah 2 dias atrás
LOVE these vids
Allan Peppe
Allan Peppe Mês atrás
Que trabalho lindo. Aqui no Brasil, conhecemos como panelas de pedra sabão, são "caras" se for comparar com uma panela tradicional, mas se vc for ver o trabalho que da para fabricar uma, ela se torna barata
Peter Steele
Peter Steele 2 meses atrás
Thank you @Factory Monster! The captions were fantastic, your English is superb! (ignore the haters, I'm an american giving you 👍👍!) And thank you for NOT adding music. The sounds of the work being done are relaxing and enhance the video. Overall you just a subscriber and thumbs up and a couple shares! Keep up the outstanding content! It's great to see people take pride in there work.
Edwin Wiles
Edwin Wiles 2 meses atrás
Great video! Well-paced; the subtitles are perfect and give a taste of what it was like to be there. Like another, I am curious if they try to do anything with the offcuts. I could see the rough ends being redone as coasters for hot pots so they don't burn the table. Maybe another craftsman could use them?
현스타월드 Dia atrás
이야~~ 작품이네요 작품 !!
Cardinal Black
Cardinal Black 2 meses atrás
I can't get over the craftsmanship that goes into making these beautiful utensils. It's not the machine work so much as the people involved in the creation of the pots. Love it!
The Mad Farmer
The Mad Farmer Dia atrás
@Pomo Dorino fork lift driver hard on his machine. Maybe he is encouraged to be
eihei oh
eihei oh Mês atrás
wingmakers interview 5 gonna change you world.
Cardinal Black
Cardinal Black 2 meses atrás
​@Over Drive LZMA. Indeed they were. And perhaps the supply was sufficient for the local markets. But when you want to supply the global market, a little machining doesn't hurt.
Pomo Dorino
Pomo Dorino 2 meses atrás
@Over Drive LZMA. Can you imagine those people using all sort of contraptions to move boulders around and then cutting manually, using pedal lathes... I wouldn't want to arm wrestle someone doing that job back in the days 😂
Over Drive LZMA.
Over Drive LZMA. 2 meses atrás
The old POTS decades ago were true crafts made without electric machines made with much effort and by hand.
Clovis Rossi
Clovis Rossi Mês atrás
incrivelmente bem elaborados. vale cada centavo. parabens mil vezes
Solange Oliveira
Solange Oliveira 2 meses atrás
Estou aq perdidamente maravilhada com isso ,que trabalho perfeito que todos vcs que fazem isso esta de parabéns, deve ser um serviço muito pesado parabéns a todos uma panela dessa eu queria
Erik Roark
Erik Roark Dia atrás
Great video!
Ms Tara
Ms Tara 2 meses atrás
So what i REALLY want to know is HOW they "Traditionally" did this without the power tools... Your choice of subject are wonderful and really showcases these impressive crafts..Your translations are the best!
The Angler
The Angler 2 meses atrás
@god They're dying. Sad, but true.
god 2 meses atrás
@The Angler if it's one company it's good. If there is 50 companies, even better. More work for more people, more wealth to go around. But when only one company makes them using robots (I only saw two humans), where do the other 300 people go for work? What do they do when robots take thier jobs?
The Angler
The Angler 2 meses atrás
@god This is good cause they can produce big count of that items and sell that to earn more money.
god 2 meses atrás
@The Angler so it's as least faster than the old days? Is that good or bad?
The Angler
The Angler 2 meses atrás
They used to break the stone by hand tools.. It was more rough surface and much more difficult to manufacture it.
Luiz Abdo
Luiz Abdo 2 meses atrás
Excelente trabalho! Resultado do produto satisfatório. Parabéns aos trabalhadores desde aqui do Brasil 🇧🇷.
Павел Точилин
Потрясающее видео! Невообразимо трудолюбие и добросовестность, затрата физических сил и выносливость в этом производстве.
Mindblowing dishes
Mindblowing dishes 2 dias atrás
It's amazing
AngelMar Mês atrás
Que hermoso trabajo deberían de traerlas para Colombia es un trabajo muy lindo gracias que Dios los bendiga siempre por esa labor
The Karma Farmer
The Karma Farmer 28 dias atrás
Excellent video. It does not matter which country or culture you are from; we all appreciate superb craftmanship.
jorge arturo montoya z
jorge arturo montoya z 2 meses atrás
Buen trabajo ! Y con elementos naturales que hacen bien a la salud , ya quisiera que en mi pais vendieran ollas de este tipo..
Mandarin Ka
Mandarin Ka 2 meses atrás
Зрелище интересное, как в принципе и любое производство🤔 Вполне себе обычный завод. Я бы очень хотел посмотреть как их делали "Традиционно" вот там думаю настоящее искусство) Смотрел как делают китайские чайники, разделывают тунца и т.д. действительно потрясающее зрелище))
Оксана 20 horas atrás
Ха ха....В том то и дело - какое же это традиционное искусство..... Если раньше их и делали ,то вероятно только для высшей знати.Сколько же времени и сил должно было уйти на изготовления хотя бы одного такого горшка ,если его в ручную делать.... Лишь бы написать в заголовке абы ,что ...
Graça Dias
Graça Dias 2 meses atrás
Trabalho braçal e brutal! Impressionante!💪💪💪🤗🤗🤗🤗
SAID MADE Mês atrás
Very interesting production. I never knew that there were pots made of stone.
John Berryhill
John Berryhill 2 meses atrás
I’ve spent two years in Korea in early 1980s while in the Army. Hard work and tough life for everyone. Then I went back for six more years working all over the country. I’ve always toured these little manufacturers (fishing poles, reels, shoes) to see how the locals work things out. This brought back some great memories. Great video work too, kept me thinking about dalsut (hot) beebimbop. I miss Korea.
HighGrade Texan
HighGrade Texan Mês atrás
@Charly M Rivera don't be a candy azz and pass that chit Krazy!
Charly M Rivera
Charly M Rivera Mês atrás
dont lie pls
HighGrade Texan
HighGrade Texan 2 meses atrás
First off THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE. My brother served there driving the mslr 80 tank. He said it was no picnic but feel in love with the place just the same.
Alma Castillo
Alma Castillo 27 dias atrás
Son como los molcajetes en México que se hacen de piedra pero son hechos completamente a mano y las cazuelas de barro también tienen un sonido hermoso
Kombi Karamuja Ninja
Kombi Karamuja Ninja 2 meses atrás
Parabéns, belíssimo trabalho.
SOLDADO 💂 Mês atrás
Que linda que talento maravilhoso Parabéns Deus abençoe sempre 🙏
ricardo a
ricardo a Mês atrás
Peter Harris
Peter Harris 2 meses atrás
Makes one appreciate the work that goes into creating such a simple utilitarian everyday cooking pot.
Over Drive LZMA.
Over Drive LZMA. 2 meses atrás
It is a real pity that these POTS do not leave Korea and thus the west. The world does not know the properties of the daily use of stone POTS.
Ivegotwormsinme 2 meses atrás
@Bill Owen The world we live in.
Bill Owen
Bill Owen 2 meses atrás
@Ivegotwormsinme It's hard to get get quality anymore.
Ivegotwormsinme 2 meses atrás
@Bill Owen And of course the warranty only covers 5000.
Bill Owen
Bill Owen 2 meses atrás
@David S up to 6000 years I would say.
watrgrl2 2 meses atrás
Loved this! There are three things.. no four things I absolutely love, clean, clear running water, good rich soil, quality wood/lumber and stone namely things made out of granite! Give me a home and garden with those elements and I’m in my happy place.
NÃO SOU DESSE MUNDO 2 meses atrás
Kel Lino
Kel Lino Mês atrás
Parabéns pelo trabalho 🎈👏
Onésio Gomes
Onésio Gomes Mês atrás
Muito criativo gostei
Ernesto Tafur
Ernesto Tafur Mês atrás
Que genial video gracias por compartir la tecnología tan avanzada en el diseño de estás monstruosas máquinas. Saludos desde Lima Perú
Tsguus Syusdty
Tsguus Syusdty 2 meses atrás
Muito maneiro aqui no Brasil nunca tinha visto isso muito legal esse vídeo parabéns os coreanos
Uncle Hoax
Uncle Hoax 2 meses atrás
In Brazil, they use similar pots carved from soapstone. I know people that have been cooking with these pots for 50+ years. They can give the food a flavor you will never get from an aluminum pot.
뚝딱이 2 horas atrás
와! 지게차 험하게 몬다. 대우지게차 튼튼하네.
pennoo 2 meses atrás
Can't believe it was not sponsored. Anyhow, a solid craftmanship. Korean stone pot (called 'dolsot' - where 'dol' means stone, and 'sot' means pot) is a perfect bowl for the Bibimbap... works really well.
산타클로 Dia atrás
@M S 밥이 맛있으니까요. 같은 밥이라도 돌솥에서 만든 밥맛은 먹어보아야 알게되요
Hazi Muhammad Abu saeid sheikh
@Kerry Hanley Pp
pennoo 19 dias atrás
​@obuw1 I think the author made an imperfect English interpretation from Korean - it is a sarcastic statement that he wanted to get the video sponsored with his filming but (even though he wanted silently) he did not get it. It seems he did not ask for the money from the beginning, and the factory obviously did not pay anything for his filming - not knowing that it could be an indirect promotion of their business.
obuw1 19 dias atrás
I didn't quite understand what he meant by "this video is not sponsored *against my wish*". He wanted it sponsored but they didn't sponsor him? They wanted to sponsor it but he refused? Maybe the sentence makes more sense in korean?
John Henry
John Henry 2 meses atrás
@John Berryhill Actually, a Korean lady brought me there and I left after the first 8+ years but went back for more a few years later. Didn't work out so I used Korea as a base for travelling Asia. Been to all four corners of Korea and much in between. Spent a lot of time in the mountains finding war items. Biggest regret is not buying my rented apartment. Could have and should have.
Paulo Sebastião
Paulo Sebastião 2 meses atrás
Formidável! Na região onde nasci, aqui no Brasil, tem muita pedra sabão e é dela é que fazemos muitos objetos, panelas inclusive, e também o talco. Parabéns pela habilidade em lidar com máquinas pesadas em situações bem arriscadas. Sucesso e saúde!
Lulu Suarez
Lulu Suarez 2 meses atrás
@Francisco gilberlindo santos sousa Santos sousa Não, porque dura muito Pouca mão de obra muita pedra, energia e agua para tão pouco👉😫 Hoje em dia tá demais😵‍💫
Francisco gilberlindo santos sousa Santos sousa
Esse trabalho todo uma panela dessa deve ser caríssima!
Aluizio Silva
Aluizio Silva Mês atrás
Lindo demais!!! Parabens!
NIGHTOWL 1963 Mês atrás
Thank you for including the website in your description. That helps the artisans to sell their product.
Andres Dominguez
Andres Dominguez 19 dias atrás
Muy interesante todo el proceso de elaboración. Saludos desde Puebla, Mexico.
이기원 2 meses atrás
와.... 돌솥이 만들어지는 노력에 비해 엄청 싼거였구나... 진짜 대단하네요.
Wagner Ferreira
Wagner Ferreira 2 meses atrás
Muito interessante. Belo trabalho. Boas vendas.
Fátima Telles
Fátima Telles Dia atrás
Muito trabalho duro, muito desperdício de água e devastação para produzir um objeto que só os ricos poderão ostentar!!!
대충 헛소리하는 채널
It's usually used in restaurants rather than by individuals
Donna Dees
Donna Dees Mês atrás
My God. This is phenomenal, wonder if it was ever done by “hand”, and who owns these pieces?
Marco Antonio Manes
Marco Antonio Manes 2 meses atrás
Muito bom. Mas tenho uma dúvida : Estas pedras foram analisadas para ver se há a presença de metais pesados, como por exemplo cádmio ou chumbo ? eles poderiam se difundir para o alimento quando as panelas forem aquecidas.
Marco Antonio Manes
Marco Antonio Manes 2 meses atrás
Falo do Brasil.
Andrej Shamin
Andrej Shamin 2 meses atrás
Особенный горшок придаёт особенный вкус особенному рису приготовленому на особенном огне в особенное время, уникальный вкус риса приготовленному в каменном горшке)
Patrick Walsh
Patrick Walsh 2 dias atrás
What? They aren't making anything to go into the pacific garbage patch? What a novel idea!
Eralen00 2 meses atrás
the water (along with keeping the blade cool like the video said) also helps to keep the dust down by trapping the tiny particles in the water so the dust isn't flying all over the place. If there was no water, that place would be like working inside a cloud
donald wycoff
donald wycoff 2 meses atrás
Well done video! I wish I could get one of the cookers. I will try and find one. Also: the subtitles in this video were hilarious! Just the perfect sense of humor to go with a mechanical process. Nice!
Wade Leu
Wade Leu 2 meses atrás
yes, the rock is struggling. what!
dargon1325 2 meses atrás
@chouseification thanks for information!
chouseification 2 meses atrás
it's not really a "rice cooker" - in my mind (spent a LOT of time at Korean friends houses over the years including mealtimes) it's for making the Korean dish often spelled "dolsot bibimbap". It's a dish made in a super hot stone bowl - rice, bulgogi, fiddleheads, carrots, pickled veggies, a fried egg, some strips of gim (laver/nori), and gochujang red pepper paste and some sesame oil, maybe a few other things locally. And you add some bits of banchan (side dishes) as you eat. You basically get the whole thing with the bowl so hot you can't touch it - you take a few big spoons and stir it up pretty well. Then eat as you find spots that aren't scalding ^^. Eventually you may dig deeper and get a nice bit of crunchy rice that was sitting in the oil on the hot bowl and turned a golden color. It's a great dish, and you use this exact stone bowl to make it. It's fun when a whole table of people get it and the whole room heats up from those bowls radiating at everybody. :D
Jesse H. Winn II
Jesse H. Winn II 23 dias atrás
Love the subtitles and amazed at the beauty of the finished product. I am surprised that they didn't have anything to use that leftover disk?
Joselito carvalho,Construções e rereformas
Isso é uma obra fantástica
Kazuomi Nakao
Kazuomi Nakao 2 dias atrás
Shagufa Firdous
Shagufa Firdous 27 dias atrás
Great craftsman ship, hats off to these super skilled professionals. Respect. Thank you for showing us such wonderful talents.
James SV
James SV 2 meses atrás
@Factory Monster -- It would be nice to see this utensil being used. In the southern part of India, in some "modern" homes where we use induction stoves, we still use clay pots in which we actually cook certain very specific dishes -- such as fish, beef, tapioca, etc. -- over a wood fire, of course!
normie 2 meses atrás
Theo 2 meses atrás
Can see at the end
Roberto 12 dias atrás
Fantástico parabéns 🇧🇷
Factory Monster
Factory Monster 12 dias atrás
Ge Vlogs
Ge Vlogs Mês atrás
Imagine a loucura eu contando a minha ideia de fabricar panelas de pedra kkkk show !
CrazyMagicHomelesGuy 2 meses atrás
I'm a woodworker so to me masonry is like alien artifacts. This is, to me, surreal. Very nice
Anna Maria Fazio
Anna Maria Fazio 2 horas atrás
Che bella novità. NON la conoscevo. FORSE il cibo, sarà senz'altro più naturale, cuocerlo lì dentro. BRAVi QUESTi inventori. CHISSÀ che un giorno, venga venduta ANCHE QUI da NOI, in Italia.
feynthefallen 2 meses atrás
BOY that takes me back... When I was about 7 years old, my mom had a boyfriend who was a stonemason. He took me to a convention once, where we saw all kinds of new and innovative technologies for working with stone. I still distinctly remember a new hydrodynamic stone splitting system, that basically used high pressure water in plastic tubes to replace those splitting wedges. I was SO fascinated...
geinw 11 dias atrás
@Good Dog 한국의 경우 전통 밥솥은 쇠로 만들었고, 돌솥은 왕실 에서 쓰던 것입니다. 일반적이지 않았습니다.
No name
No name 2 meses atrás
​@Theo Bell I care for this, kid.
Somnorila 2 meses atrás
Had a job few years ago in a small stone factory mainly doing fences and whatever decorative stuff out of stone for yards and fences and house walls, stairs and door ways arcades and such. And they had that big blade cutter too. But that was about it regarding interesting tech. The rest of the work was by hand, chisel and hammer, mainly my job was preparing waste from other projects in to plates usable for putting on walls to make them look as made of stone. And the other projects such as fancy stone fence poles and whatnot were made with angle grinders and sanders. It was interesting but annoying as the owner there didn't really had any perspective for improvement regarding efficiency and productivity. My job could had been completely removed for instance and others too who would fulfill it as one man alone could had manned a machine that could do the job of many. Looked for it, found it, priced reasonable even for my standards yet the owner didn't even want to hear about it.
Lewd 2 meses atrás
@burt bacarach I got that reference~
CRC 2 meses atrás
Still nothing compared to what humans were doing thousands of years ago. We don't seem to be able to replicate any of the amazing ancient megalithic structures or even their smaller pots and statues. This is a joke compared to what we've forgotten.
Davida Williams
Davida Williams 2 meses atrás
I didn't even know this existed. Now I need this in my life. 😍
Virginia Oliveira Pereira
Ameiiiiiii 🙌,mas deve ser super cara ,porque da muito trabalho
Felype SR
Felype SR 2 meses atrás
"Buddies in the north eat rice too..." this part means so much ❤️
eduardo giraldo
eduardo giraldo 2 meses atrás
Desde cali colombia🇪🇨. Es una obra de arte digno de admiracion 👍. Felicitaciones 🤝👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Walmerinston Correa
Walmerinston Correa 2 meses atrás
Magnifico, quando a arte se alia à ciência ! Parabéns !
Ilone Clezar
Ilone Clezar Mês atrás
Maravilha esse trabalho. Essas panelas custam uma fortuna nas lojas.
루나나 2 meses atrás
대단하네요! 돌솥 장인의 손으로 여러 공정을 거쳐 만들어 지는거네요 넘 멋진 기술이 많이 보급 되면 좋겠네요 돌솥 넘 좋아요!^^
MikeHawk Dia atrás
Why don’t they just use a stainless pan? I make rice like 3 times a week in mine and it’s hella good, amd efficient
dikke j
dikke j 28 dias atrás
That piece of protection on the hammer drill is genius, so simple. Problem is when using those things, they always manage to throw up a tiny piece of rock which somehow finds it's way to your eye, even with glasses they somehow manage to get behind them every time it seems.
Quantum Leap
Quantum Leap 2 meses atrás
Very good craftsmanship, beautiful product. The subtitles were a hoot. Bravo!
nivaldo aparecido
nivaldo aparecido 2 meses atrás
Lindo trabalho
Lesther Leiva Bassett
Lesther Leiva Bassett 21 dia atrás
Excelente proseso de trabajo de panas de piedra, me gustaría que vendan aquí en Nicaragua, con gusto las compraría
Emisanboo 2 meses atrás
Do we know what is done with the leftover stone? I'm curious to find out!
Neko Maid
Neko Maid 2 meses atrás
i love the subtitles they explain parts that dont need explaining but make the video way more enjoyable good job
Martha Acurio
Martha Acurio Mês atrás
Pregunto si esas ollas podrían ser vendidas en Ecuador contesteme por favor
Laci Parreiras Da Silva
Muito linda estas panelas parabéns
MonsieurCoinCoin 2 meses atrás
watering the saw blade is not just to preven overheat. It's also to not have too much debris and rock powder flying everywhere. Dry rock cutting can make a huge mess and you have to wear masks to not breathe in rock clouds all the time, plus you quickly can't see beyond your nose.
Aisling Oharrigan
Aisling Oharrigan 2 meses atrás
I'd like to see a video about how they made these back before machines. :D
Thomas Whitten
Thomas Whitten 10 dias atrás
Found one that looks just like these for $138 on Amazon. I guess if you take care of it, it should last forever. The burnt rice is part of many recipes so don't throw it out!! It's good stuff!!
Júlio CÉSAR Soares
incrível ✨✨✨
Victoria Leonor Olavarría
Que belleza de ollas!!! Increíble el trabajo tan detallado y el acabado final es impecable. Quisiera saber dónde comprarlas. Saludos desde CDMX
Vinicius Moreira
Vinicius Moreira 2 meses atrás
Que incrível isso!!! Não sabia que existiam panelas de pedra. Vou procurar comprar uma dessas. DEMAIS!!!!!!!👍👍👍👍👍👍
Paulo Jurza
Paulo Jurza 17 dias atrás
Em Minas Gerais tem... em Ouro Preto pricipalmente. Tenho umas lindas! Abraço.
liberal_amor Mês atrás
Muito show! Será que eles fabricam panelas com fundo mais largos
Greg Porras
Greg Porras Dia atrás
Have to try a stone rice cooker,
Ginger Glamerlas
Ginger Glamerlas 2 meses atrás
Impressive work, I want one!
igeorge1973 Mês atrás
Excelent! From start to finish! Now I want one of this pots :)))
guppy277 2 meses atrás
Amazing vid. 👍 The title and the huge solid rock in the thumbnail of the vid did not make sense at first ... In a way it worked like a click bait for me ...! I come from India and us indians too are rice guzzlers ... at least in the South. Back then we had stone ware cooking utensils. Especially for boiling lentils if not rice ... Those stone ware are made of Soap stone a super soft stone compared to what you guys do with (rock)solid rocks 😀... But Indian stoneware pots are nearly extinct ... but you still get them though. Great video. Makes me want to get one for me, here in Melbourne. 👌👏
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대단하네요... 이런곳에서 일하시는 분들의 처우가 만족스러우시길 기대합니다...
MM MIJUO Mês atrás
영상잘보면 만드는사람 동남아인 ㅋㅋㅋ
Dark Slayer
Dark Slayer 2 meses atrás
Yes i love the sound these pots make . Il have to buy one cus i really like rice, even on its own 😋
Сергей Д.
Сергей Д. 2 meses atrás
Can't even imagine amount of labor put in this back in the day, where workers didn't have all that fancy machinery. Thanks for sharing and huge props for the subtitles!
Numerixx 2 meses atrás
@Eralen00 Thanks for the fact
John Berryhill
John Berryhill 2 meses atrás
@ceset Yes, at times. The Korean empire once stretched west all the way to India and every land in between ran slavery operations. Highly likely some of those foreigners made it back home under duress.
ceset 2 meses atrás
@FlavAnnoyed Though it is true that Korea has a past with a whole lot of slavery, the slaves were ethnic Koreans.
Сергей Д.
Сергей Д. 2 meses atrás
@FlavAnnoyed Coreans? Hebrew slaves? Wow, what a plot.
Eralen00 2 meses atrás
@Numerixx we can literally manufacture diamonds in a lab. Artificial lab-grown diamonds are not very valuable. The size and shape does not matter, its mostly used as abrasive media like for cutting stone and glass. So they're usually very small and they don't look pretty and shiny like the "diamonds" we are used to. (idk what they used back in the day if they were making these from stone before we invented artificial diamonds)
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