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US vs Japan McDonald's | Food Wars

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US vs UK Food Wars Season 1

We compared all the items from the same fast food chain in the US and UK to find out the big differences. As a bonus, Joe Avella and Harry Kersh recount some behind the scenes hiccups and favorite moments.

00:00:00 Intro
00:00:20 McDonald’s
00:11:39 KFC
00:21:26 Domino’s
00:32:40 Subway
00:44:48 Burger King
00:57:00 Starbucks
01:10:53 Papa John’s
01:22:03 Taco Bell
01:37:11 Five Guys
01:52:06 Chipotle
2:07:45 Pizza Hut
2:24:13 Shake Shack
02:38:39 Dunkin’
02:59:02 Krispy Kreme
03:13:16 Wingstop

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US vs UK Food Wars Season 2 Marathon

We compared all the items from the same fast food chains and brands in the US and UK to discover the big differences between the two countries. This is Food Wars season 2!

00:00:00 Nando’s
00:18:20 TGI Friday’s
00:35:03 Quiznos
00:48:28 Pret A Manger
1:04:11 The Halal Guys
1:17:55 Pringles
1:29:36 Jollibee
1:42:20 Snickers
1:53:41 Doritos
2:04:03 Wendy’s
2:20:12 Ben & Jerry’s
2:36:24 Breakfast Cereals
2:57:59 Oreos

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US vs UK TGI Fridays | Food Wars

From calorie count to portion sizes, we wanted to find out all the differences between TGI Fridays in the US and the UK. This is Food Wars.

Intro 00:00
Portion Sizes 00:10
Exclusives 3:40
Nutrition 10:00
Ingredients 16:24

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Why Japanese Don't Like Foreigners

10 Reasons Why Japanese Don't Like Foreigners. Thanks to Squarespace, get 10% Off: Japan tourists or foreigners coming to Japan may not understand Japanese culture because of this some Japanese dislike foreigners for not understanding Japanese manner and etiquette. As a generalization, Japanese follow the rules and get frustrated when people don't follow those rules, but often time they generally avoid confrontation when they have these sort of issues. Based on my experience, this is why Japanese don't like foreigners and tourists and what they are really thinking when foreigners break the rules. I can't stress enough that these are generalizations and not everyone is like this as everyone is unique, but for the purpose of this video and to show what Japanese may be getting pissed off about, I speak in general terms. These are my Japan tips for tourists to help them understand Japanese manners so they don't make those tourist mistakes in Japan or in that they may be unknowingly viewed as misbehaving tourists in Japan. Although some Japanese hate foreigners for doing things in the video, some other Japanese may be okay with the behavior but again I am speaking in general terms. In general, I don't think foreigners want to be rude tourists in Japan, but because they don't understand Japanese rules or Japanese manner they make the classical foreigner mistakes in Japan. These are must-know Japan tips to and a Japan guide when visiting Japan.

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US vs UK Nando’s | Food Wars

From calorie count to portion sizes, we ordered everything on the UK and US Nando’s menus to find out the big differences between the two.

00:00 Intro
00:39 Portion Sizes
04:48 Nutrition
08:17 Ingredients
10:17 Exclusives
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Why Japanese Don't Like Foreigners Living in Japan

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10 Reasons Why Japanese Don't Like Foreigners Living in Japan. It’s probably fair to say that visiting Japan as a tourist compared to living and working in Japan is a very different experience. It’s no longer all about visiting cool sites and eating awesome food, Foreign residents quickly become part of the daily grind with every other Japanese person living here. And what a lot of foreigners don’t realize is there are quite a lot of unwritten rules when living in Japan in order to help keep it a pleasant society, until maybe it’s too late. The idea behind this video is to share some interesting unwritten rules I’ve personally come across to help anyone planning on living in Japan to avoid being thought of as a rude foreigner.

As always, these are general rules in Japan, nothing is absolute in this world, everyone is different and reactions from Japanese will vary on how sensitive they are to these rules. Some Japanese dislike this behavior quite a bit while some Japanese maybe okay with it. I am speaking in general terms. The point of this video is to help foreigners, who plan to live in Japan or maybe recently moved to Japan, understand what the regular Japanese culture and Japanese customs are so that they don't come off rude without knowing it. I hope this helps as a Japan guide. As always, let me know how it compares to your culture.

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The World’s Fanciest McDonald’s Is In Hong Kong

McDonald's Next is a concept restaurant McDonald's created in Hong Kong. It's known as the fanciest McDonald's in the world and serves custom gourmet burgers along with decadent desserts like mousse cakes. From an open kitchen to sophisticated hand-washing stations, McDonald's Next is very different from its US counterparts.

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Top 5 good and bad things about living in China

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Wondering what it's like to live in China? In this video are the top 5 good and bad parts about living in China as an expat, who speaks little Mandarin.

My excellent friend Amanda and I have collectively lived in China for 4.5 years and share some insight into the joys and struggles of everyday living. We enjoy our time living abroad and provide some tips to managing some of the difficulties that go along with living in China. As well as some strategies of how to get through everyday tasks, e.g., going to the doctor, the bank or the post office.

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How Domino's Makes Its Pizza

We visit the Connecticut center of Domino's to see how the popular pizza chain makes 125,000 pizzas a day. There are 5,500 Domino's in the US, which rely on their own manufacturing centers for fresh dough. In the Connecticut center alone, over 125,000 dough balls are sent to stores in the northeast each day!

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Is Steak Tartare Safe To Eat?

Steak tartare is a delicacy of French origin made with raw beef and raw eggs. See how Employees Only, an LA-based restaurant, prepares this dish using the highest quality of product.



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Japan's Most Popular Fast Steak Shop! Tips for Ikinari Steak

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Japanese food guide for Japanese quickest and fastest steak shops, Ikinari Steak. Ikinari Steak, literally means Sudden Steak, with a simple concept of get your quality Steak Fix on quickly and whenever you want without the hassles and frills of them sit down places. Definitely my speed, which is why I’m here so often. Ikinari Steak has been serving up them thick hitters on cast iron plates since 2013, with now over 200 locations all throughout Japan. After you are seated and let them know your in the market for steak, you take your table number to the front counter to order your meat just the way you like it, how many grams and how you want it cooked. And right there on the spot, in front of you, they’ll cut your meat to size. Quick tip though, the steaks are served on extremely hot cast iron plates so I recommend ordering the meat at least 1 level more rare than prefer so can let the steak cook at the table while the plate cools down. And a little secret between you and me, you can actually order very rare for the nicer cuts of meat. Also, for those who like that dark brown brown, they can order it very well done.

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Kobe Beef: The Most Expensive Steaks in the World

Book a Kobe beef teppanyaki course meal at En Steakhouse!

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At Steakhouse En (ステーキハウス 縁), Shizuka enjoys a Kobe beef teppanyaki course meal featuring A5 wagyu. The name En (縁) translates to “connection” or “bond,” and they hope to be a place where relationships can be built.

WHAT IS KOBE BEEF?
Kobe beef is one of Japan’s three famous brands of wagyu beef. It comes from Tajima cattle that are raised in Hyogo prefecture and meet strict criteria in terms of environment, breeding, and meat quality. Only virgin Tajima cows can qualify as “Kobe beef,” and they must meet certain standards, like a BMS of 6 or higher and a yield score of A or B.

HOW IS WAGYU RANKED?
There are 2 different ranking systems for wagyu beef, according to the JMGA (Japanese Meat Grading Association) and BMS (Beef Marbling Standard). JMGA gives the yield quality (represented by a letter from A-C) and a number from 1-5 that represents the quality of meat (marbling, color, etc.). Meanwhile, the BMS system ranks wagyu from 1-12 based on the marbling density.

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STEAKHOUSE EN (ステーキハウス 縁)
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Hog Rock Wildest Adult party in America campground tour

Fender Bunny at HogRock the Wildest party in America Cave in Rock IL. This was started as “River Rally” not a “Motorcycle Rally”. Motorcycle riders do attend this party and they do have biker games. This is a get to together for everyone that wants to have a good time and let their hair down. This event takes place in June and October.
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The Halal Guys' Chicken And Gyro Platter Is NYC’s Most Legendary Street Food | Legendary Eats

The Halal Guys first came to the streets of New York City in 1990, when the three founders opened up a hot-dog cart in Midtown. They realized there was a demand from Muslim cab drivers looking for a halal meal, so they began serving American halal food from the cart. The Arabic term halal means ‘lawful’ and is often used in Islam to describe meat that is permissible to eat based on specific religious guidelines. But in New York, many people know halal as the affordable food they can find at many street carts across the city. At The Halal Guys' original cart on 53rd Street and 6th Avenue, people wait in line for the iconic combo platter, a foil dish packed with chicken and gyro over rice, accompanied by lettuce, tomato, pita, and the famous and secret red and white sauces.

Editor's Note: This episode was filmed in January 2020. The Halal Guys' carts in New York City are currently open for takeout while restaurant locations provide both takeout and delivery. Check with your nearest location for details.

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21 Popular Fried Chicken Dishes Around The World | Around The World

Across the globe, people love the distinct crunch of chicken fried in hot oil until golden brown. From a thick fried chicken torta in Mexico to Senegal's hearty yassa poulet to party-perfect chicken lollipops in India, we're taking a look at fried chicken around the world.

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0:21 - India
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1:10 - Senegal
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2:08 - United States
2:22 - Germany
2:39 - Japan
2:53 - Indonesia
3:09 - Ukraine
3:22 - Dominican Republic
3:38 - Jamaica
3:56 - Singapore
4:15 - Brazil
4:27 - Italy
4:36 - Nigeria
4:52 - South Korea
5:10 - Puerto Rico
5:22 - Austria
5:30 - Outro

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World's Strangest City (ASHGABAT, TURKMENISTAN)

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Have you ever heard of TURKMENISTAN before? If not, then get ready to learn about how strange it is here in my 170th country.

I've spent the last 24 hours roaming around the capital city of Ashgabat, and IT REMINDS ME EXACTLY OF PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA in just about every way possible. Huge fancy buildings with very few people inside, perfectly manicured gardens and boulevards with nobody on them and a this eerie feeling that someone is watching over your shoulder 24/7.

People had told me that Ashgabat was strange, but I had no idea to what extent it was until arriving here.... Find out everything you need to know about Turkmenistan's capital in this video!

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