Stomach churning moment man eats 300 Brussels sprouts in 28 minutes [Video]

Stomach-churning moment man eats 300 Brussels sprouts in 28 minutes – and doesn’t even break the world record

  • Max Stanford, 34, from London, set out to chase away a total of 400 Brussels sprouts
  • But the charity worker was only able to extract 300 sprouts from a 4.2 kg dish
  • Emma Dalton holds the record for eating 325 Brussels sprouts in 36 minutes



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This is when a man eats 300 Brussels sprouts in 28 minutes.

Max Stanford, 34, from London, set out to chase away 400 Brussels sprouts to break competitive eater Emma Dalton’s world record.

But the charity worker was only able to extract 300 of the Christmas dinner staple from a 4.2kg (9lb 4oz) dish.

This is when a man eats 300 Brussels sprouts in 28 minutes

This is when a man eats 300 Brussels sprouts in 28 minutes

The video shows Max eating the Brussels sprouts with a toothpick while quickly eating the first two plates.

But the bitter taste causes him to use tomato ketchup, mayonnaise, and curry sauce to make the challenge tastier.

He also gulps down water, squash, and Coke to help him beat the record.

The YouTuber takes on several challenges on his channel Max Vs Food and recently set a world record by eating 23 McPlant burgers in less than an hour.

Emma Dalton, from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, currently holds the Brussels sprout record, eating a whopping 325 of the festive vegetables in 36 minutes in 2016.

Wayne Sherlock, of Drumconrath, Ireland, holds the world record for the number of sprouts eaten in 60 seconds, with a score of 33.

Max Stanford (pictured), 34, of London, set out to chase away 400 Brussels sprouts to break competitive eater Emma Dalton's world record

Max Stanford (pictured), 34, of London, set out to chase away 400 Brussels sprouts to break competitive eater Emma Dalton's world record

Max Stanford (pictured), 34, of London, set out to chase away 400 Brussels sprouts to break competitive eater Emma Dalton’s world record

But the charity worker was only able to extract 300 of the Christmas dinner staple from a 4.2 kg dish

But the charity worker was only able to extract 300 of the Christmas dinner staple from a 4.2 kg dish

But the charity worker was only able to extract 300 of the Christmas dinner staple from a 4.2 kg dish

Max said, “It was a lot harder than I thought, partly because I didn’t cook them very well.

‘Instead of being roasted with any flavor, most of them were microwaved which made them bland, but also the texture of them was very mushy!

‘But also partly due to taste fatigue of the same food without taste change.

“They also got cold pretty quickly and the texture was quite bland and mushy from the way I cooked them.”

The video shows Max eating the Brussels sprouts with a toothpick while quickly eating the first two plates

The video shows Max eating the Brussels sprouts with a toothpick while quickly eating the first two plates

The video shows Max eating the Brussels sprouts with a toothpick while quickly eating the first two plates

But the bitter taste causes him to use tomato ketchup, mayonnaise and curry sauce to make the challenge tastier.

But the bitter taste causes him to use tomato ketchup, mayonnaise and curry sauce to make the challenge tastier.

But the bitter taste causes him to use tomato ketchup, mayonnaise and curry sauce to make the challenge tastier.

Max swore he would “never” eat another Brussels sprout after eating it for 28 minutes and 33 seconds.

But now he’s happy to have some on his plate on Christmas Day.

He said, “At the time I never wanted to see a sprout again.

‘But I eat fairly clean and nutritious food with lots of vegetables, including sprouts!

“I do weekly food challenges, so I have the ability to digest a lot of food in one sitting without having a stomach upset.”

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