- Oct 28, 2017
Mexican food have lots, lots of variations. I cant really envy other countries but I would love to taste other spicy food out there
Most American cities don't have any sort of street food. Seeing as this is an America-centric forum, it would make sense that most people are gonna be envious of places that actually do have it. That said, people who have natural access to street food probably don't need to spend a lot of time coming and voicing their envy of other street foods.
What? Pretty much all of Asia is a food desert by your definition which is not the case. If you want to talk about some small American town where the only restaurants are a Taco Bell and KFC ya but saying that Asia is pretty much a food desert is like the dumbest thing one can say.
And saying supermarkets like they are some bastion of quality is hilarious. You can get better food in a lot of rural places in Asia than some North American cities and there are no supermarkets in sight.
I have a few you tube subscriptions including Mark Wiens, Mike Chang, Aden Films, amongst others, and is always mesmerizing to see and appreciate how so many countries around the world have such a rich "street-food" culture, and while I've seen my share of amazing food-prep skills from teppanyaki to street-style tacos, this lady right here blows them all out of the water. Seriously, how is it even possible to handle an avocado like that ? I'd be missing at least 3 fingers on each hand if I could cut the way she does, and not only that but the final product, DAAAAAYUM !!!
Asia has local markets with fresh produce everywhere. Not a dessert by that definition either.He's not saying any of those things. he's pointing out the properly understood terminology as it relates to the US. A food desert is a rural or urban area where "normal" supermarkets and fresh groceries are not available and poor or remote folks are forced to eat garbage from 711. For example. You're defining the term for yourself, which is fine, but there's no need to argue about it. he's right.