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International Breakfast Taste Test (Day 1)

  • Published on Mar 21, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • Welcome to Day 1 of The 2022 Breakfast Wars. 32 countries around the world compete to determine the best breakfast of 2022. In today's episode, we have South Korea against Australia. Who will move on to the next round?
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Comments • 619

  • NYX_Exclipse89
    NYX_Exclipse89 8 months ago +851

    As an Aussie, you should have made a big brekkie. Avo on toast, fried mushroom, sausage and a fried tomato. Can you change it your preference, but this how I've seen it done.

    • Crow Eater
      Crow Eater 6 days ago

      @GLITTER & GUTS because when it boils down to it we are English. Australia is barely 100 years old.

      GLITTER & GUTS 6 days ago

      Yeah but we stole that from the English lol

    • James Fletcher
      James Fletcher 23 days ago

      That's not Aussie tho is it? Even avo on toast is an English thing that you've claimed 🤦🏽‍♂️

    • Crow Eater
      Crow Eater 24 days ago

      Lamb chop.

    • Victor G
      Victor G Month ago


  • Sebastian Cawsey
    Sebastian Cawsey 8 months ago +406

    I'm an Aussie and I was pretty sure we were going to lose to South Korea, much more history and cultural foods that have developed over centuries, back when it was just Korea. Sure, we have our breakfasts but they are pretty widespread as some are adopted from around the world but none particularly stand out as a culinary icon when you think of Australia. Appreciated your representation of our breakfast, being in this tournament and your use of Vegemite.
    *Edit*:spelled Vegemite wrong first go, whoops.

    • Official Kingdom Of The Prussian Republic
      Official Kingdom Of The Prussian Republic 4 months ago +1

      @JXY Fortnite rice bubbles, coco pops, maccas

    • JXY Fortnite
      JXY Fortnite 4 months ago

      @KWOOWK not to be rude but there’s kinda more in the Aussie breakfast

    • Ibo Gggh
      Ibo Gggh 5 months ago

      @NatsukisGotAGun Whites do have something to offer, unique foods.

    • NatsukisGotAGun
      NatsukisGotAGun 5 months ago

      @Ibo GgghI am aware of that and I do agree u do have a valid point and god u replied quickly

  • Vehicle Index
    Vehicle Index 3 months ago +68

    As an Aussie.. the Koreans take the dub every day of the week bro. Don’t get me wrong I LOVE Aussie breakfasts but just look at what the Koreans are doing, as he said they have an insane culinary culture that we just can’t match

    • your-SecondShadow
      your-SecondShadow 3 months ago +4

      Agreed though he should have had some fried mushrooms with those eggs

  • Cheetahjammerplays AJ
    Cheetahjammerplays AJ 8 months ago +204

    As a Korean guy, all side dishes are always separate that way the rice can be used to balance out each flavor

    • Bucko
      Bucko 3 months ago

      seems like a hassle to wash multiple plates/bowls. it also seems like a hassle to cook multiple dishes for breakfast. although if you have a wife or mother who stays at home then it is only natural to have multiple dishes.

    • JaeHee
      JaeHee 4 months ago

      As a Korean, was about to say this.

    • Yon Park
      Yon Park 4 months ago +2

      Well, he basically made breakfast bobimbop :) But also, like the other Korean person said, dishwashing is annoying so one plate is better than 10 small plates/bowls.

    • 팤스탄 생활
      팤스탄 생활 4 months ago

      @Shinu Lee ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

    • Shinu Lee
      Shinu Lee 6 months ago +3

      킹치만 나는 설거지 귀찮아서 반찬 다 만들고 저렇게 누렁이 밥 만들어 먹는걸..

  • Claire
    Claire 8 months ago +55

    The fact that I’m half South Korean and half Australian, is kinda fine for me to handle to see you like the food. :D

    • Sir Dankleberry
      Sir Dankleberry 6 hours ago

      @Andy Dee Not really. Just correcting.

    • Andy Dee
      Andy Dee 16 hours ago

      @Sir Dankleberry you're really trying hard to start something here. Please don't.

    • Sir Dankleberry
      Sir Dankleberry 24 days ago

      @sean Australian is only a race if you have indigenous blood in you otherwise it's a nationality which you can't be half a nationality unless you have duel citizenship.

    • sean
      sean 24 days ago

      @Sir Dankleberryhe’s half Australian you don’t have to be aboriginal

    • Sir Dankleberry
      Sir Dankleberry 26 days ago

      You're half aboriginal?

  • MaliciousMosquito
    MaliciousMosquito 8 months ago +189

    Finally a non aussie putting the right amount of vegemite on toast

    • donnie
      donnie 4 months ago

      but the clip of the girl squirting it I was screaming "ITS NOT NUTTELLA MATE"

    • Ben F
      Ben F 5 months ago +1

      @Tropic I'm a new citizen and this is how I eat mine. Bloody delicious.

    • Tropic
      Tropic 5 months ago +1

      @drinkyourtea Gday to u2

    • drinkyourtea
      drinkyourtea 5 months ago +1

      @Tropic Bloody oath mate gday fellow aussie.

    • drinkyourtea
      drinkyourtea 5 months ago +2

      I'm australian and slather it on but I grew up on it too.

  • Wadiyatalkinabeet
    Wadiyatalkinabeet 3 months ago +38

    As an Aussie, strongly recommend Vegemite on toast with mashed avocado as well. Delicious

  • Hamish McLagan
    Hamish McLagan 8 months ago +89

    As an Australian I’ve never liked breakfast and I think that Korean looks very tasty

    • Someboy...
      Someboy... 7 months ago +4

      I agree. Gg, south Korea

  • CitizenSniiiips
    CitizenSniiiips 6 months ago +24

    Got some suggestions on Australian breaky. During the week we stick to simple things like oats and other cereals, yoghurt, fruits, vegemite on toast etc with a flat white or latte or maybe something you grab on the go like a breaky wrap.
    But on the weekends it's brunch's time to shine and this is something people don't fully understand about us. We go HARD at brunch and this is where our international food influence is really given the attention it deserves. You can go to literally any brunch cafe around the country and will almost always see multiple variations of eggs benedict/florentine, a big breakast, avo on toast either done simply or elegantly with trimmings like pomegranate seeds, mushrooms etc, breakfast "stacks" where we take potato rostis and load them up with avo, poached eggs, indian masalas, mushrooms, eggplant etc etc etc and of course for the sweet tooth fluffy pancakes with seasonal fruits. But you're also just as likely to see all sorts of Mexican inspired breakfast crossovers, scrambled eggs with all sorts of versions e.g. Thai with chili garlic prawns, "breakfast" nasi gorengs, Lebanese dishes with fatoush or Turkish cilbir..... the list is endless.
    In my opinion as someone who goes out for brunch like it's a hobby I think you have a couple of quintessential brunch meals for breakfast. The first is a break bruschetta (take that Italians) where we take your normal avo on toast, add a lovely fresh bruschetta mix toped with some poached eggs, fresh basil and balsamic glaze. The second being a rosti stack where you start with a base of potato (or sweet potato) rosti, and build from there with any number of toppings like avo, pico de gallo, poached eggs, bacon, fried mushrooms, feta. A typical combo would be avo, bacon, eggs and a fresh salsa but you can go vego and do avo, mushrooms, feta. And lastly, you can't have Australian breakfast without a flat white or latte. That's basically illegal.
    I really think Australia needs another go, but you really need to have a look at the cafe culture of the big cities like Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane to really get an idea of how we take inspiration from our big melting pot of culture combined with our unrivalled access to all produce from around the world. Scrambled eggs on toast with avo is what I'd make myself at home, but if I was at the cafe down the road I'd be having it with poached eggs, whipped feta, pomegranate molasses and salsa verde.....

    • Blake Wheeler
      Blake Wheeler 22 days ago

      This is a pretty good explanation. I will normally have avo on toast when avocados aren’t so darn expensive. But if not Vegemite or eggs is fine (always with coffee) for a weekday breakfast. On the weekends is where you tend to have to bigger more delicious breakfast such as you were talking about.

    • imxottic
      imxottic 5 months ago +1

      mate did you just try to say brekkie 💀

  • ?
    ? 8 months ago +74

    Love from South Korea 🇰🇷
    Thank you for loving our local food!
    In next round try some Kimchi Jigae (Kimchi soup or 김치찌개) if you are Kimchi lover
    It is one of the most popular dish in Korea

    • Txrtlxx_
      Txrtlxx_ 7 months ago +1

      he should try doenjangjigae its so good and iconic lol

    • Daniel
      Daniel 7 months ago +5

      @kasual In Korea most types of soup/stew are acceptable for breakfast as long as they're relatively light.
      Other countries are missing out because that nutrition, electrolyte and hydration mix can legitimately give you a wakening buzz in the morning. It's hard to understand/believe unless you've tried it, but it makes you feel different.

    • Big Mugari_빅머가리
      Big Mugari_빅머가리 7 months ago +5

      @kasual it's usually leftovers from the day prior since most portions are done at large capacities. Breakfast is usually from the leftovers from the previous dinner.

    • TigerkingEdits
      TigerkingEdits 7 months ago

      @kasual yes
      almost every meal is bigger but very healthy

    • kasual
      kasual 8 months ago

      do you actually eat that for breakfast?

  • SyrupFish
    SyrupFish 8 months ago +23

    As an korean, I am happy you love our tradional food.

  • [0321] 승민
    [0321] 승민 Month ago +2

    As a korean, we eat breakfast rice with kimchi,soup(it called like guk made by soybean paste,kimchi, etc...) and other side dishes like bulgogi, fried egg(moslty sunny-side up),more side dishes called banchan. But some times we mix all ingredients, it called bibimbab. Like you made. You made nice breakfast, but there is no soup. In next time, I want to you add the soup. Bye!

  • youknowyouwilldespisethis
    youknowyouwilldespisethis 3 months ago +39

    Whatever happened to the breakfast war? 2022 is reaching its end... I'm way too excited for this series...only to find 1 video

  • Mattia Castrillo
    Mattia Castrillo 8 months ago +37

    Can you rate the Ecuadorian Breakfast in one of your videos (or in this series)? We typically eat Patacones (fried green plantains - NOT bananas) and also Bolones De Verde (which also include plantains). I think the Ecuadorian breakfast is really good, and would make for a great short or long video.

    • tendies
      tendies 8 months ago +2

      That sounds nice

  • j
    j 7 months ago +10

    Avo on toast should include crumbled feta and a poached egg and a flat white. Although we mainly eat a mixture other countries foods haha 😄 I gotta try that sth korean breaky it looks good 👍

  • Bunnyz0218
    Bunnyz0218 8 months ago +19

    As an Aussie I’m kinda disappointed Australia lost on the first day, but I see how South Korea would win. But then again this is the best brekky in your opinion

  • Edwin Trevillion
    Edwin Trevillion 7 months ago +4

    When I saw what the aussie brekkie was up against I knew it would be close, but I’m still glad that the Aussie breakfast was enjoyed and that someone FINALLY ate vegemite correctly

  • Phil Gabanski
    Phil Gabanski 3 months ago +7

    The one thing to remember with Vegemite is to treat it like 2 stroke oil! Get the ratio to butter at about 1 part vege to 25 parts butter and your good! Also cheesy scrambled eggs on Vegemite crumpets is best!!!

  • Cosmin Cocis
    Cosmin Cocis 8 months ago +22

    Excellent video! Good luck with the rest of the series! I can't wait to see who'll win this amazing competition!

  • Madzia Te
    Madzia Te 8 months ago +2

    This is such a nice idea for a youtube cooking series. Watching this will give me sooo many nice ideas of what to coock for my boyfriend, he loves when I make him nice breakfast. And some variation is always a nice thing. Thank you for this, I love your content

    • NEMER0TH
      NEMER0TH 8 months ago +1

      Oh wow do you have an sister? My GF rarely cooks breakfast 😅😕 and if we have breakfast it's always just eggs n tomatoes cuz she likes it. Aaaand my diet in the week consists of 4 eggs in the morning.... So it's quiet a boring morning always.

  • Jenn Kang
    Jenn Kang 8 months ago +11

    Heyyy a Korean passing by :p and I approve that Kimchi brand tastes pretty legit. I buy from that brand quite often and that’s like the best tasting one. Nice cooking btw!

  • Purple Haze
    Purple Haze 8 months ago +13

    You've already tried fool medames and said you love beans, so I invite you to try Egyptian falafel. Unlike other countries in the middle east we make them from fava beans not chickpeas, they have a bright green color on the inside, we serve them in a pita pocket with tahini, chopped tomatoes and parsley. We also sometimes stuff them with a spicy harissa-like paste, but be careful with the amount you use of that because it can be really spicy.

    • Shloka Swain
      Shloka Swain 8 months ago

      im not sure but i certainly remember him trying fava beans and falafel

  • 키친다안
    키친다안 4 months ago

    Huge appraise and approval form Koreans 🇰🇷🇰🇷🇰🇷🇰🇷🇰🇷🇰🇷🇰🇷

  • Alec
    Alec  3 months ago

    In Australia Vegemite on toast is a very typical breakfast. But we also have Weet-Bix & fruit, oats, eggs, and smoothies and coffee.

  • Moo Man
    Moo Man 5 months ago

    Wheat bix in Australia are also very common and can be eaten with a variety of toppings on it

  • Cristina Isabel
    Cristina Isabel 8 months ago +2

    You should try Nicaraguan nacatamal for breakfast....It certainly would be a challenge to prepare it. We usually buy it from some places that sell it from friday to sunday afternoon, the idea is to buy it the afternoon before breakfast, put it in the fridge and the next morning you put it inside a plastic bag and heat it in boiling water....Delicious!

  • mc0325
    mc0325 7 months ago +6

    Eggs and toast may be the most common breakfast worldwide. Different various but the basis is similar. Countries differ more in celebration or holiday meals.

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    Anonymous raccoon child 4 months ago +5


  • tukynii
    tukynii 8 months ago +11

    PLEASE PLEASE try Vietnamese breakfast. It's called Bo Ne. It's super theatrical because you serve it on a cast iron skillet SIZZLING HOT. Plus you know it's tasty

  • 강민창
    강민창 5 months ago +2

    As a Korean, I may be a little bit late, I've never tried that green onion egg banchan lmao.
    For the potato banchan true, we eat that alot but personally I had it too much in my youth so I do not like it that much.
    Most Koreans will just eat cornflakes cuz we are too busy in the morning XD

    • 팤스탄 생활
      팤스탄 생활 2 months ago

      진짜 어머니 없으면 아침 안 먹거나 시리얼 먹죠.

    • 강민창
      강민창 5 months ago +1

      But thank you for making my country's breakfast! That is actually quite legit

  • Mincat
    Mincat 8 months ago +10

    You should make the banchan separate, it tastes better that way. Also as South Korean (also 25% north), I am happy to see the South Korea win.

  • Luke
    Luke 6 months ago +3

    Next time as an Australian I recommend have some WeetBix it’s a iconic Aussie breakfast and it’s quick and really easy

    • Mr.Mumbles
      Mr.Mumbles 5 months ago

      WeetBix with maybe some fruit slices or honey

  • Suman Ghosh
    Suman Ghosh 8 months ago +17

    You can make chole bhatture for the Indian breakfast.. It's a North Indian dish and loved by every Indian.. I would really appreciate if you can give it a shot.. BTW I love watching your videos..

  • DDs Edits
    DDs Edits 7 months ago +2

    As an Aussie,you should’ve made a big brekkie Avocado toast with fried egg and lemon juice.

  • Lachie Bero
    Lachie Bero 8 months ago +3

    Honestly, I’m pretty upset that he didn’t pick Australian breakfast but, I’m hoping he at least would have the Australian breakfast again

  • Claire
    Claire 8 months ago +16

    The fact that I was born in South Korea, and that now I live in Australia when i was 3 years old- this is getting me the feeling of *fate*

  • Domina5IoN
    Domina5IoN 5 months ago

    I live in australia and I'm very familiar with its food, but I HAVE been to SK and I totally support your decision bruv :)

  • Leo Scheibelhut
    Leo Scheibelhut 25 days ago

    I love kimchee. I add it to grilled cheese and love it on pizza. I snack frequently on a couple of forkfuls throughout the day. Greetings from America!

  • 1ondonBet.
    1ondonBet. 8 months ago +4

    Ok to be honest this is better than asmr food I even tried the ramen that you made and it is literally a game changer love your vids 👍

  • rice
    rice 8 months ago +3

    Love your videos so much man, you seem like such a genuine and nice fella, keep up the good work

  • Petra Lonhin
    Petra Lonhin 5 months ago

    How do you know when your avocados are ready? You always seem to get them perfect.

  • Varun Raval
    Varun Raval 8 months ago +4

    Loving your content!
    Awesome Series btw!

  • Amanda C
    Amanda C 7 months ago +1

    As a brazilian this really scares me... bc the most brazilian thing you can have in the morning is a butter toast and a cup of coffe and milk :y

  • ZiMa
    ZiMa 8 months ago +4

    try the avo on the vegimite sourdough, then a nice yokey egg, perfect balance of flavours and textures. i prefer a nice soft poached egg cause a nice fluffy white with a goey yoke is perfect

  • Moist Mustard86
    Moist Mustard86 7 months ago +1

    i have a video idea: you make different breakfasts from the same country that has a lot of different breakfasts, and rate which one is the best!

  • 서현
    서현 13 days ago

    For korean, Your choice of kimchi and skills of making south korea dish is amazing!!!
    Thx for making this cool video

  • Munu octopus
    Munu octopus 8 months ago +9

    I would of liked it if you put the banchan separately. As a Korean we are very used to putting the banchan separately and if you put them on top of the rice the kimchi would become luke warm which is not great.

  • Daphne Greengrass
    Daphne Greengrass Month ago

    as an aussie, my breakfast depends on the day but most of the time it looks like this; Sour Dough Toast, Vegemite, with either smashed av or thinly sliced apple. Occasionally, all have eggs with it, but i feel like its quite standard here to find high protein and high fibre breakfasts, its kinda just normal i guess.

  • - RiO -
    - RiO - 8 months ago +2

    Such a great series, can't wait to see it all through to the end 🔥

  • Movie Feeder
    Movie Feeder 8 months ago +3

    Korean here: Process called 김장, or making the kimchi yourself. Itmakes the kimchi a lot more tasty.
    It would be funny if you did that as a video!

  • NikPlayzGames
    NikPlayzGames 8 months ago +6

    As an Aussie, Well for Vegemite, u don’t just take it whole, you need to mix it with butter and then it will be better

  • Cheese🧀🗿
    Cheese🧀🗿 2 months ago +2

    I miss this series :( when is part 2 coming?

  • 김성일
    김성일 8 months ago +3

    Despite without Miyeok-kuk("미역국", Seaweed soup) or Jae-yook-bokum("제육볶음", korean style spicy stir-fry pork *for breakfast, usually microwave the leftover*) in this breakfast, korean one could go to next round! so lucky! but honestly, i prefer australian breakfast in this video. because (as it seems) it contains richer protein than korean one. and i think that, aussie dish with a cup of coffee would be one of the best breakfast in the world. luckly, i have a little jar of marmite so i can try (pseudo) australian breakfast in next morning. anyway, good luck to aussie friends for next breakfast tournament :-)
    (and in sight of native korean, this video's korean dish is 100% legit. even plating it is. i can guarantee. no need to doubt!) - 자취생들은 어차피 아침에 접시 하나에 대충 담아먹잖아.

  • Kadek Nadya
    Kadek Nadya 8 months ago +1

    Australia looks very tasty, but I will definitely got hungry again before lunch if I don't eat some rice.
    I see Indonesia in that list, but I honestly can't think of any breakfast meals from here. We usually just eat anything with rice, it could be vegetables, meat, eggs, anything. Whatever you want to cook that day or time and you just eat it with rice, those meals will be just the side dishes.

  • Markus Dee
    Markus Dee 8 months ago +2

    I ate at a korean restaurant and I already got full with banchans before the meal I ordered arrived.

  • Andrea Oblitas
    Andrea Oblitas 8 months ago +1

    I'm peruvian, you should try my beloved *pan con chicharrón* . We have other delicious breakfasts but that one is my favorite!

  • Will
    Will 5 months ago +1

    Man if he did a bowl of weetbix for Australia we would have dominated

  • Akame-00
    Akame-00 7 months ago +1


  • isha
    isha 7 months ago

    Idk if you have tried Malaysian breakfast before but if you haven't give it a try, I recommend nasi lemak and roti canai with teh tarik.

    • addiargos
      addiargos 7 months ago

      Ikr, now im carving for all of those

  • Sexy Tina train conductress

    I’m Aussie and I’ve got to say australia is a weird Contry coz I don’t think that much except for Vegemite on toast is really uniquely Australian just coz it’s quite a new Contry and is just sort of an almagimation of different cultures

  • HazmatFireHero
    HazmatFireHero 8 months ago +1

    How you describe the Australian breakfast is how I personally describe American breakfast, where there isn’t one solid definition

  • Fenia
    Fenia 8 months ago +17

    As a Korean, I don't think it can be called Korean style breakfast 😅

    • DG Y
      DG Y 8 months ago +1

      5:31 something along the line of this

    • Grijson
      Grijson 8 months ago

      Whatchu eating in the morning?

    • ash⟭⟬ ⟬⟭⁷
      ash⟭⟬ ⟬⟭⁷ 8 months ago +1

      Oh? What would be a traditional korean breakfast?

  • Ricky Beatz
    Ricky Beatz 7 months ago +1

    Please,do rating the Myanmar traditional breakfast 🇲🇲

  • Nate Lobegeiger
    Nate Lobegeiger Month ago

    As an Aussie, you should also have a bowl of weetbix

  • Indianna
    Indianna 7 months ago +1

    I'm from Australia and I've never eaten this, but I love us videos

  • Leonardo Rizzo
    Leonardo Rizzo 8 months ago +4

    As a Brazilian I don't know what a Brazilian breakfast would look like tbh. Personally I only have the strongest black coffee I can make and occasionally some bread with butter, but there are a few trends that we may consider as the Brazilian breakfast: loads of bread, mainly one we call french bread even though it is not french at all, usually filled with cheese and ham, butter or jelly, a nice variety of fruit such as bananas, papayas, apples, oranges, tangerines, pineapples, melons, etc. Eggs mainly scrambled, pão de queijo (cheese bread), cake (corn meal, chocolate and orange are a few popular flavours), milk with chocolate powder. and my favorite, left overs, I love eating beans, rice, meat and even pasta in the morning. In conclusion breakfast isn't a very popular meal in Brazil and what we eat tends to be sweet and pretty carbs heavy (not as much as the US though). Also an honorable mention to couscous that people eat as breakfast in the northeast but I'm not from there so I don't know what it's like.

  • Sushirblx
    Sushirblx 6 months ago

    As some one from Australia my breakfast is usually just toast but you can have sausages and avo on toast, South Korea would have the better breakfast.

  • Robert Hong
    Robert Hong 3 months ago

    I'm Korean, and you made the dish quite well, but that felt like just a little too much kimchi lol.

  • RacuSebi
    RacuSebi 8 months ago +6

    Waiting for Malaysian bc oh boy we have so many breakfast options here from each ethnic groups it's insane

  • GEBO 042
    GEBO 042 8 months ago +4

    Really want to se what you got for Argentina in mind.
    A simple breakfast im thinking is Torta frita con mate, or something with Dulce de leche... try to drink mate with your breakfast!!

  • justice
    justice Month ago

    I don't think there is a typical Aussie breakfast, most will just have a bit of cereal and/or toast.. some will have bacon egg etc but usually at a cafe or something.

  • Justin Norrie
    Justin Norrie Month ago

    Australian here -- the Korean breakfast looks better to me. Love Korean food in general. That said, the smashed avocado should have had a handful of crumbled feta, a splash of lime, and some chili flakes at the minimum. Also needed way more butter and a touch less vegemite on the other piece of toast.

  • Benny C
    Benny C 2 months ago

    The one part of our Aussie breakfast that is indisputably the best in the world is our coffee.

  • madboss
    madboss 8 months ago +2

    I would love to see this series

  • The mushroom man
    The mushroom man 3 months ago +1

    I always thought a dingo’s breakfast would be iconic of Australia: a drink of water and a look around.

  • ArchDud3
    ArchDud3 4 months ago

    For vegemite toast for me, I just butter the bread up and get a little bit of vegemite and then mix the two.

  • Jordan Paton
    Jordan Paton 3 months ago

    Thank you for finally being someone on the internet that knows how to use Vegemite properly everyone else just grabs a whole heap of it and says it in the mouth and wonder why they don't like it like s*** you're supposed to put some on buttered bread it's not that hard to understand

  • S K
    S K 4 months ago

    TRY 완자전 (wanjajeon) it’s literally so good! They’re little meat patties/pancakes!!

  • NotNotCharles
    NotNotCharles 8 months ago +4

    Though it was pretty clear South Korea was going to win, you completely rigged it in Australia's favour by making it significantly more extravagant then actual Aussie breakfast, which from watching your past videos you seem to rate positively. Real Australian breakfast is just two pieces of white bread toasted for a minute with vegemite, because we have a strong cereal culture so cooking breakfast is uncommon.

  • Infires Maaan
    Infires Maaan 4 months ago

    I think your egg turned out salty because you used the soup soy sauce. If you use jin-soy sauce instead of that (non-soup) I would say the amount you used is pretty decent

  • ain miky
    ain miky 8 months ago +2

    I don't think Australia really has a fleshed out breakfast. Since it was a colony of Britain, I'd imagine it would just have British flavors

  • A
    A 4 months ago +1

    As a foodie I agree a 100% Korean breakfast won

  • Larissa J.E.
    Larissa J.E. 8 months ago +1

    You should try Cameroonian Breakfast:)

    • Grover Martin
      Grover Martin 7 months ago

      I would be delighted to learn about foods from all over the African continent.
      I recently discovered yuca/cassava for myself, and am ADDICTED! OMG, how tasty it is, even just boiled plain! It makes me want to try all kinds of other vegetables and dishes from all of those countries.
      Your insights, humour, and taste buds would be enjoyable!

  • Sachil Abbimane
    Sachil Abbimane 8 months ago +7

    I love this new series!

  • Amy Panda
    Amy Panda 7 months ago

    As a Aussie I totally agree

  • Judith
    Judith 8 months ago +8

    Wow i really want to see what are u doing for the Spanish breakfast, because i don't know what could it be since we never have breakfast or we just have a cup of coffee... I'm sure we are not winning 😂

  • SwamiRabbitima
    SwamiRabbitima 2 months ago

    As a Korean, the only issue with our food is that my family gotta be up early or late preparing food. We do a lot of fermenting and really just things that take a long time. That's an aussie advantage to all you aussies in the comments that seem to doubt yourselves.

  • GK
    GK Month ago

    As an Australian, I think I would like the South Korean one better.
    Actually going to make this.

  • ImDoingAnInternet
    ImDoingAnInternet 7 months ago +1

    As an Aussie I already knew that Australia would loose to S.Korea because of the lack of unique dishes Australia has, especially because our national dish is roast lamb, but at least we still have snags, meat pies, lamingtons and pavlova

    • John A.
      John A. 6 months ago

      unfortunately those are the only things we have

  • alena
    alena 8 months ago +8

    I think cilantro would go better with that Avocado toast than parsley 🤔

  • Wangmu_ nima
    Wangmu_ nima 8 months ago +1

    So excited for the Indian Breakfast

  • Tavi Herache
    Tavi Herache 8 months ago +7

    This guy is the King of parsley and beans

  • miidstaru
    miidstaru 5 months ago +1


  • Hapful
    Hapful 7 months ago

    With how thin you made the vegemite I'm surprised you could even taste it.

  • Suave Tah
    Suave Tah 8 months ago +2

    Bro great video, great editing. Found you through tiktok, and now im subscribed here too. Keep it up!

  • Magamisi C
    Magamisi C Month ago

    imo besides the vegemite, pies are more of a breakfest staple than either of those two. you'd see it more commonly

  • Waloboyyg
    Waloboyyg 6 months ago

    I'm a Aussie and I recon you should try damper. It's soo good

  • Sigurd the Raven-Wolf
    Sigurd the Raven-Wolf 8 months ago

    Make Czech breakfast! Buttered rohlik with sliced ham and cheese.

  • Rebecca Solomon
    Rebecca Solomon 4 months ago

    The standard Australian breakfast would be wheatbix which make soggy cardboard taste good in comparison with Vegemite on toast, no eggs

  • Lysania Nongrum
    Lysania Nongrum 4 months ago

    I am from India but i always have rice fried eggs and that potato salad i have that almost all the time i have never tried vegemite but i have tasted the avocado toast and i like it better