It sounds like the tutorial is saying (a video link with a time stamp)

so this is what they should look like when they're all done. deal/till them cool completely

I am aware that the presenter waited until the bread cooled down to cut it. Although the "deal/till" part is not audible, so I rewrote the sentence as

so this is what they should look like when they're all done. Wait until them cooled down completely.

Is my version clear, grammatical, and idiomatic? In particular, do I use the correct form of "cool"?

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This is exactly the same issue as this question about the same video.

What you are hearing is just an example of bad video editing.

The creator has recorded the audio along with the video, so when they cut the video they cut the audio too. You're hearing a word, or part of a word that isn't meant to be there.

  • It sounds like 'let them cool completely' to me, but perhaps that's just what I would expect to hear. Commented Feb 5, 2020 at 15:31
  • @KateBunting If you look at the other linked question you'll definitely see (and hear) the bad editing. This one sounds a bit more like a word than the other, but I think it is pointless trying to identify it when I don't think it is meant to be there, or is is clipped by the editing.
    – Astralbee
    Commented Feb 5, 2020 at 16:14

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