♪♪ Today, I play a surgeon. Alright, not really. Just a cafeteria server. But, you know, similar. Woman: Can I just get
a cheeseburger, please? Cheeseburger.
You got it. Alright. One second. Not a problem. I was just in the middle
of grass-cutting here. Got to feed the beef,
you know? Cool. Yeah. You’ve had grass-fed beef, right? I’ve heard of that.
I just — Oh, yeah. All our burgers are grass-fed beef, so… I never, like, thought about
what that meant, to be honest. Oh, yeah. Well, we feed it ourselves here because it’s just,
like, the nutrients, and it’s a lot cheaper. Yeah. But they absorb quicker and everything, so it’s a lot easier
for us. So, I’m gonna feed him right now. If you cut your own grass,
it’s gonna want to eat it, so you kind of — Oh, that’s cool. You could just push —
You sort of push it into it a little bit,
like that, you know? And then it kind of —
You see how it, like — Yeah. Oh, whoa. Yeah. It sort of, like… That is interesting. It, like, absorbs. Yeah. Yeah. Cool. You know, but it’s, like — Whoa. That’s so weird. Yeah. The beef actually has
the muscle memory still of… That’s crazy. …of eating grass. Oh, my God. It’s, like, alive. Yeah, it is. Is it alive? I mean, it’s rare, but it does
have sort of lifelike, I admit, situation. We just sort of feed it in there. That’s crazy. Yeah. It’s about a pound
of that right there. Yeah.
Yeah, it’s almost — It’s kind of chewing it, you know? Yeah, that’s — This is the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen. Oh, yeah? Yeah. Well, you’ve heard
of that before. I’ve just, like, seen “grass-fed beef” on menus, but I literally never thought about it. Right. You just never saw them hand-feeding it. Yeah. It’s better
when it’s hand-fed. It’s kind of, like, grain-fed, you know? Yeah. There it goes.
It gets almo– Yeah, it will absorb
almost all of it, you know? It’s like
a weird organism. Yeah. Wow. [ Burps ] Yep. That is trippy. Yeah.