Mukbang reviews indulge our deepest, gluttonous desires, & You-Tube viewers can’t get enough Of itThe Washington post #Nia_DecailleApril 21, 2019
Nia Decaille April 20 at 12:00 PMWe are a society obsessed with food, and our affection for gluttonous media tells us so.
Southern California-based YouTuber Kim Thai has two channels to nurture her love of fashion, beauty and food.
Her food channel, Eat With Kim, baits us with foods we crave.
She raves about how good it is and shares tips about how to find the best pho spots as she slurps and chews.
Steven Sushi reviews a range of food, including popular fast-food restaurants and pricey food, such as lobster tails.
If you love watching people enjoy food, Steven Sushi also brings the theatrics.
Let’s Eat gets the whole family involved.
For example, the family hosts a boodle fight , a culinary tradition with roots in the Philippines, with two rounds of feasting.
Quang Tran’s food channel doesn’t advertise itself as a mukbang channel, but his feast cooking tutorials — where he creates a sumptuous meal inspired by pop culture or pure food lust — and restaurant reviews certainly fit the bill.
While some mukbang enthusiasts just order and eat, Tran shows you how to cook your own feast.
As we’ve observed within the attractiveness group, the YouTube economic system is severely aggressive, and few hosts can snag profitable partnerships that let them to make it a full-time occupation. However mukbang critiques do rake in thousands and thousands of perspectives.
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