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You remind us to really clean our food! Lil scrub brush Takes a minute
You rock it honey!
Amazing ! Thank you!
What a beautiful idea 💡. Excited to learn with you!
I love this idea for a series ❤️ my husband is from Afghanistan, so naturally I have some experience in afghan cuisine 😁
I've made bolani a million times now 😅 but one thing that should be done always is peeling the potatoes. Afghans peel all veggies, even cucumbers and tomatoes 🙃 the dough for the bolani should also be quite thin, almost see-through. But great recipes, Afghanistan really has lots of delicious food to offer, especially the bread (coming from a German). Thank you for bringing attention to such an overlooked culture 😊
Christina, I adore your mind! I love learning about the cuisine and culture from different parts of the world more than anything else, and few people share that passion. I’ll spend hours translating videos and online recipes, even changing my VPN location, to find the most detailed and authentic guide I can. This nearly obsessive level of research also created an opportunity to unlearn preconceived notions, falsehoods, and bias that had been engrained in me without realizing. It’s really amazing how much a deep love for food can open so many other passions! I’m so excited to see what you do with this series, you have such fervent kindness and respect that shines through in every video ❤
I had the same idea to learn about every country, including recipes!! So I love you so much for thisss!!! Let's make sure to keep it up until the end ✨✨✨
It looks delicious!
That's an awesome pressure cooker! I was comparing it to the instapot and realized the Afghan one is best if there's no electricity. Btw, you're getting closer and closer to 100k!
What an interesting concept, culture,history, food. I love it, will be following this series enthusiastically. Must be a lot of fun for you, doing the research and cooking new things.
Thanks so much for starting this series. I’m loving it already; great idea. For C hope you do Croatia.
I loved this! Super cozy. I want to try making a potato and chive stuffed pastry now 😋
I love this!!!!! I do think you should be consulting people from the region you're making the dish, so you're not just telling everyone what you saw in documentaries. They could also tell you more of the actual culture and how they experience it.
Can't wait for injera and the toppings 😋
Bold and brave endeavor. So many people ignore these questions because they have no easy answers. There is no country without issue, we can only try and celebrate the people and their culture. Thank you
Love this series, love your channel, and love love love the way you explain things. I'm genuinely looking forward to the following videos 🙂
What a great idea for a series! Can't wait to explore all these countries with you 🙂
Well done Christina! I had a version of Pulao in Central Asia and it’s special dish indeed!
Wow, I feel like my dreams are coming true with this series! Good luck! I can't wait to watch it all, such an ambitious and fantastic project.
Super sweet video! Thanks :))
Imma be honest, i started the video with a little preconception if does this even matters to me what food is made in afghanistan , but i am proud that that i watched the whole thing because this was a very entertaining video and found great value in the background part of it.
Great idea , i am hooked 🙂
I’m so excited for this series!!! This was a great idea. I’ve always wanted to learn vegan recipes from all over the world in an as authentic as possible way.
What a fantastic idea! Cant wait to try the recipes.
Thanks for your hard work. It was very informative and I always love seeing food from countries that are not as "popular" compared to Italy, etc. 😊
Could you make a playlist for this series? That would be great.
This will be likely my favourite vegan food series. I'm so excited.
For some countries that will be difficult. I'm from Germany and off the top of my head I can't think of a traditional dish we in the south (meat, sausage, eggs and dairy heavy) or my relatives in the north (more fish and seafood) ate/eat, that is vegan.
Btw. some countries have a diverse food culture (In Germany, too. And it depends on the cultural regions; We agree on the importance of bread and sausage but even these are completely different types). I'm excited to learn how you handle these culinary in country difference.
For Germany I think my region (Schwabian) has the better food (but difficult to veganize) but the north of Germany is underrepresented (food, culture, everything) outside of Germany. So both is fine.
But traditional German food is (typically) not vegan. You can surely find traditional German accidentally vegan recipes but I don't think they will represent the traditional cuisine.
If you decide to follow the road of veganisation for some country, I think it would be the best to ask for recipes from someone from this country. Some veganisations of traditional German food you can find only are just horrible :P. And I think the same goes for many countries without representative traditional vegan recipes.
This is the perfect series for me. I definitely prefer to learn about different cultures through the food as a way to dip my toes in the water about individual countries
I absolutely love this idea for your video series. I love geography and learning about different cultures. Your channel has everything I love ❤️. Delicious looking food too!
This is such an ambitious project! I love the pressure cooker. And both dishes you chose look delicious.
The geopolitics are thorny and you starting with a hard one from that perspective. I admire your effort to address that.
Was that salt in the water or a leavening agent when you made the flatbread dough?
Your videos are so great
I really really love your videos , so great historical informations . Big thank you .