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Australian Food Tier List

  • Published on May 30, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • I rank aussie food cause im bored
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  • Huey
    Huey 3 months ago +3808

    Lannan is the only person on the planet who can make me watch an aussie eat his local food for 10 mins straight

    THE HAWKS LEGEND 2 months ago +94

    As an Aussie I feel very good that we have so much food that other countries don’t have :D

    • HaVoC
      HaVoC 2 months ago

      tbh new zealand has nearly all of these for some reason

      THE HAWKS LEGEND 2 months ago

      @HaVoC only some of them not all of them

    • HaVoC
      HaVoC 2 months ago

      @THE HAWKS LEGEND mhm ok

    • The rizzler
      The rizzler 2 months ago

      You should try chicharon skin basically dried pork skin and it’s pretty good

    • DivineG7
      DivineG7 2 months ago

      That good kinda sucks

  • That Football Guy
    That Football Guy 3 months ago +195

    As an australian i was so suprised to learn that other counties didmt know what chicken salt was😅

    • DeadlySnowball
      DeadlySnowball 2 months ago +4

      Ya I thought every country had it 😅I love it 💕

    • XxItsGoatedxX
      XxItsGoatedxX 2 months ago +3

      Wait they don't know about chicken salt?!

    • DeadlySnowball
      DeadlySnowball 2 months ago +5

      @XxItsGoatedxX nope. I thought they did too!

    • That Football Guy
      That Football Guy 2 months ago +2

      @XxItsGoatedxX IKR

    • Blankslategaming
      Blankslategaming 2 months ago +3

      Well other countries have these things called other delicacies. Look into it. The rest of the world isn't australia.

  • theo williams
    theo williams 2 months ago +7

    i love how he can make everything seem funny

  • Xtraqk220
    Xtraqk220 3 months ago +117

    As a NZer, I have eaten many of these foods and can agree these foods are nostalgic

    • MMgamz
      MMgamz 3 months ago +17

      australia trying to claim this stuff like it belongs to them

    • Sn Jumbo
      Sn Jumbo 3 months ago +16

      Yea I’m from nz and can confirm that we have almost everything there here too

    • minh van
      minh van 3 months ago +1


    • Jody McGivern
      Jody McGivern 3 months ago +7

      Im also from new zealand and i agree

    • Caleb Ezekiel
      Caleb Ezekiel 3 months ago +2

      Bro Australia sends supplies to nz all the time australia is nz best supporter australia protects nz

  • 》SuperSheep《
    》SuperSheep《 2 months ago +3

    As a Vietnamese Australian, I am very proud of this ranking and fully agree.

  • Hi Hello!
    Hi Hello! 3 months ago +3870

    As an Australian, I feel bad that other countries don't have fairy bread and Tim tam

    • Fan
      Fan 3 months ago +74

      Same and vegimite

      GEOGRAPHY 3 months ago +121

      ik how can you celebrate a birthday with out fairy bread

    • Willaroo
      Willaroo 3 months ago +50

      I’ve always remembered being in the kitchen with my mum making fairy bread for my birthday.

    • Dan
      Dan 3 months ago +25


    • This guy Dannyyy
      This guy Dannyyy 3 months ago +18

      This video will be #1 on Trending

  • Onirod03
    Onirod03 3 months ago +36

    as a fellow aussie i literally ate most of this stuff today, finally a tier list video i can relate to

  • Youngboy fan 38
    Youngboy fan 38 3 months ago +34

    I'm from Australia and I enjoyed this because I actually knew what the foods were this time.

  • J4lyfe
    J4lyfe 10 hours ago +1

    As an American, I can confirm Lazar was taunting me this whole time 😂

  • Zigoom
    Zigoom 3 months ago +46

    As an Aussie, I can easily say fairy bread, Tim Tams and the LEGENDARY BUNNINGS SNAG! Give you the best feeling in the world when you put them in your mouth!

    • Batstorm wcue
      Batstorm wcue 3 months ago +1

      Legendary snags are amazing >:DDDDD

    • William Wedd
      William Wedd 2 months ago

      I agree with fairy bread and Tim tams for me snags aren't that good

    • Tommygamer
      Tommygamer 2 months ago +2

      I agree for sure😂

    • Ciaran Dewar
      Ciaran Dewar Month ago +1

      as a brit we call it tomato sauce and ketchup i know that people have different taste buds i like it and so do others in the north east and here is a quote from the man the myth the legend technoblade (R.I.P) if you wish to defeat me train for another 100 years and here is a quote from wilbur soot it was never meant to be

    • Zigoom
      Zigoom Month ago +1

      @Ciaran Dewar we also call it tomato sause. (RIP Technoblade)

  • manifest9091
    manifest9091 Month ago +6

    As an Australian that lives in melbourne, I give all these foods the same rating as Lannan. True rating of all time

  • JimmyBot05
    JimmyBot05 3 months ago +855

    As an Australian, eating Vegemite with no toast is a sin, other than that this is an accurate tier list as I’ve had most of these.

    • Flames Of Games
      Flames Of Games 3 months ago +28

      I feel it’s probably an acquired taste, if you were raised on it it’s amazing if not you are an outsider.

    • Xenohunter
      Xenohunter 3 months ago +3

      that is fax

      STINKY MONKEY 3 months ago +11

      To anyone from any other country your supposed to eat veggie might with butter on toast but it can’t be a lot of veggie might

      STINKY MONKEY 3 months ago +4

      @Flames Of Games one of my friends is a pure Aussie but he hates veggie might so yes it is probably a acquired tast

    • Snail-Vr
      Snail-Vr 3 months ago +6

      Exactly he’s eating it like an American

  • mikkiwi6
    mikkiwi6 2 months ago +7

    As a kiwi I honestly agree with pretty much everything on the list

  • Animationnz
    Animationnz 2 months ago +33

    A lot of these foods actually exist in New Zealand, and I’m glad. I don’t know what I’d do without fairy bread

    • Elizabeth
      Elizabeth 2 months ago


    • Mrsellors
      Mrsellors 2 months ago

      i had it about once at a party, and Oml that was the best time of my life

    • Jostious
      Jostious Month ago +1

      Nz pies🔛🔝

    • Husky_PlayzYT
      Husky_PlayzYT 23 days ago

      @Jostious NZ pies are better then Aussie and other country's

      HEFFALUMPJ718 8 days ago


  • Aqeel Big Hero
    Aqeel Big Hero 26 days ago +1

    Twisties packaging looks so much more unique in Malaysia while in Australia looks way more simple

  • Nooskie noo
    Nooskie noo 2 months ago +25

    Thank you so so much for doing this! I swear no one on Clip-Share even acknowledges Australians. In prep a kid wiped that Le snack cheese on my back and I have been traumatised ever since 😢

    • Constile
      Constile 29 days ago

      he is austrailian 😂😂

  • Reggy
    Reggy 2 months ago +6

    The jam lamingtons remind me of a dessert from Croatia called Čupavci (pronounciation: Chupavci). The main difference is that they're not filled with jam. They're not filled at all but still they are a tasty treat. Some people love to coat their čupavci in rum but in my opinion I prefer without.

  • Flames Of Games
    Flames Of Games 3 months ago +459

    I’m so confused as an Australian how Lanan hasn’t even tried half the items on the list, this feels like a crime.

    • The Millers
      The Millers 3 months ago +7

      Don't worry, he's from Australia, a country of criminals, he knows crime quite well at this point

    • WoodsJWolf
      WoodsJWolf 3 months ago +1

      im also from Australia he dosent mix the ingreedents like vegiemigt just put it with butter on tost

    • WoodsJWolf
      WoodsJWolf 3 months ago +3


    • The AGP5342
      The AGP5342 3 months ago


    • Lumaia Arnsby
      Lumaia Arnsby 3 months ago

      I know so confused

  • cheekyf Toro
    cheekyf Toro 2 months ago +7

    I want to see him send a care package to the sideman with all these foods and argue with them.

  • tart
    tart 3 months ago +2

    As an Australian, I feel sorry for foreign countries that don’t get Bunnings snags every Sunday arvo.

  • Heavenangel
    Heavenangel 2 days ago

    For the people who aren’t Australia the meat pie and sausage roll are really popular in Australia

  • Cheepaschip
    Cheepaschip 3 months ago +10

    Being an aussie myself I do believe that those ranking where pretty accurate other then the fact that Vegemite was at the bottom. Besides that I love ur vids and hope I’ll see u in person one day

  • OGPlayz
    OGPlayz Month ago +2

    Bunnings snag is just… it just has another feeling, another taste. If you make a snag at home its just not the same. ❤

    • john
      john 29 days ago


  • Thomas Nardelli
    Thomas Nardelli 3 months ago +519

    As a fellow Australian I think the Bunnings snag is so good because it has the flavour of the last 10 million snags that have already been cooked on every Barbie at bunnings

    • Caterina Kuljis
      Caterina Kuljis 3 months ago +17

      As a fellow Aussie I say Fucking facts mate

    • Asher Rae
      Asher Rae 3 months ago +5

      I got snag the other day and could taste the barbecue itself it was fucking delicious (Bunnings obv)

    • TheMuffinMan735
      TheMuffinMan735 3 months ago +1

      What do you prefer
      Onion or no onion

    • GreenMe123
      GreenMe123 3 months ago +1

      You guy are astralian can you ship me a gaydar

    • Thxtnt
      Thxtnt 3 months ago +2

      @TheMuffinMan735 Either is delicious, but I prefer with onion. Though I haven’t actually had one in a while because our local Bunnings shut down

  • Chaddydaddy ...Average angel dust enjoyer…💁🏻

    As an Australian I can confirm all of these foods are bangers but I am a bit sad you didn’t have cheese and vegimigt scrolls tho ):

  • C0Samation
    C0Samation 3 months ago

    I grew up and love a lot of these and I had no idea that they were all Australian lol. I knew the Meat pie, tomato sauce, and Vegemite were Australian, but none of the others I knew Lol. I knew Fairy bread was also but that’s only because I’ve been told before and I was surprised then too. For me, Half of this video is just me saying “Wait, that’s Australian?!”, and then getting excited realising we actually do have things that Americans don’t have lol

  • Ameen Shams
    Ameen Shams 6 hours ago

    I felt like I went back in time watching this video.Every food I was like “OH YEAH I remember those”

  • Rebecca Kelly
    Rebecca Kelly Day ago

    As an Aussie, we all know that Vegemite on toast is the only way to eat it. The Bunnings snag and the Tim tams have to be one of the best in my opinion

  • Thequickster555
    Thequickster555 3 months ago +268

    Lannan is the only person that can tell us we don’t matter for 10 minutes straight and we will still watch it

    • Rayquaza
      Rayquaza 3 months ago +6

      It is unbelievable how true that is

    • Mia Hague
      Mia Hague 3 months ago +1

      Yeah I agree

    • Name
      Name 3 months ago

      Sad but true.

    • Claire Roberts
      Claire Roberts 3 months ago +2

      ive never been more angry at a fellow aussie yet i still watch it

    • ViPERCJiッ
      ViPERCJiッ 3 months ago


  • Swordslasher795
    Swordslasher795 3 months ago

    As a fellow Australian, this tier list can't be more correct.

  • CataclistGaming
    CataclistGaming 3 months ago +2

    I’m an Australian and I had no idea that half of the stuff here was Australian food just because I’ve lived with it forever

  • ILY_Wario
    ILY_Wario 2 months ago

    as an american i’ve had fairy bread and that shit slaps. it’s different than what we used to but it hits. and all the other stuff never heard of it in my life

  • AviationNerd6000
    AviationNerd6000 3 months ago +2

    As a New Zealander i can relate to all of these and i agree to all of them.

  • Adam
    Adam Month ago +1

    how did Lannan of all aussies still manage to eat vegemite wrong like all the other non aussies do

  • J-train
    J-train 3 months ago +297

    I love how every other youtuber who makes a food ranking video is like "remember these are just my opinions, so if you disagree that's okay" and meanwhile Lannan is out here just "if you disagree you are objectively wrong"

  • Taney Shondel
    Taney Shondel 3 months ago

    These foods are so great as an Australian I feel good, knowing you were the only people who have these😂

  • maddaxx
    maddaxx 3 months ago

    best list ever, 100 % agree with it, need to do a drink one with custard

  • Rainbow Rascals
    Rainbow Rascals Month ago

    As a kiwi (NZDR) I can say that Aussie and NZ have the best foods/snacks overall.

  • Genabelle
    Genabelle 2 months ago

    I'm surprised that other country's don't have these foods, we Australians are pretty lucky. 😊

  • Tipper64
    Tipper64 2 months ago +2

    Title: Australian Cuisine: A Gastronomic Delight
    Australian cuisine is a vibrant and diverse culinary experience that has gained international recognition for its unique flavors, fresh ingredients, and innovative cooking techniques. From indigenous bush tucker to modern fusion dishes, Australian food offers a delightful blend of influences from various cultures, making it a true gastronomic paradise. In this essay, we will explore the reasons why Australian food is regarded as one of the best in the world.
    1. Abundance of Fresh and High-Quality Ingredients:
    Australia's vast and diverse landscapes provide a rich source of fresh produce and ingredients. With fertile soils, pristine coastlines, and a favorable climate, the country boasts an abundant variety of fruits, vegetables, seafood, and livestock. From succulent prawns caught off the coast to juicy tropical fruits grown in the north, Australian cuisine celebrates the use of locally sourced, high-quality ingredients, resulting in unparalleled flavors and textures.
    2. Fusion of Culinary Cultures:
    Australia's multicultural society has significantly influenced its culinary landscape. The country has embraced culinary traditions from around the world, incorporating them into its own unique style. The fusion of flavors from Indigenous, European, Asian, and Middle Eastern cuisines has given rise to a vibrant food culture that celebrates diversity. Australian chefs skillfully blend these influences, creating innovative dishes that showcase the best of each culinary tradition.
    3. Indigenous Bush Tucker:
    The Indigenous people of Australia have a rich culinary heritage that spans thousands of years. Their traditional food, known as "bush tucker," offers a unique and distinct flavor profile. From kangaroo meat and emu eggs to native herbs and spices like wattleseed and lemon myrtle, bush tucker adds an authentic taste of Australia to the culinary scene. Incorporating these ingredients into modern Australian cuisine not only pays homage to the country's heritage but also provides a truly unforgettable dining experience.
    4. Barbecue Culture:
    Australians are known for their love of barbecues, or "barbies." This outdoor cooking tradition brings people together, fostering a sense of community and celebration. Whether it's a beachside gathering or a backyard get-together, the aroma of sizzling sausages, marinated meats, and grilled vegetables fills the air. The laid-back and casual nature of Australian barbecues reflects the country's relaxed lifestyle and adds to the charm of its cuisine.
    5. Culinary Innovations:
    Australian chefs are renowned for their creativity and willingness to push culinary boundaries. They constantly experiment with new techniques, flavors, and presentation styles, resulting in exciting and visually stunning dishes. From molecular gastronomy to farm-to-table concepts, Australian culinary innovators are at the forefront of global gastronomy, constantly pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the kitchen.
    Australian cuisine is a true reflection of the country's diverse culture, abundant natural resources, and culinary creativity. The combination of fresh, high-quality ingredients, multicultural influences, indigenous traditions, and an adventurous spirit makes Australian food a delight for the senses. Whether it's indulging in a traditional meat pie, savoring fresh seafood, or enjoying a fusion-inspired dish, Australian cuisine offers a culinary experience like no other. It's no wonder that Australian food is considered one of the best in the world, captivating taste buds and leaving a lasting impression on anyone fortunate enough to embark on this gastronomic journey.

  • TimeBucks
    TimeBucks 3 months ago +1168

    Finally a food list I can relate to

  • tjs_wrld12 edits
    tjs_wrld12 edits 3 months ago +1

    As a fellow Aussie, I feel awfully bad other people don’t have Tim tams

  • HAYDEXC_200
    HAYDEXC_200 3 months ago +1

    As an Australian, I can confirm that Australia has the best foods

  • EefCee
    EefCee 24 days ago +1

    As a Aussie I am brutally offend that he put Vegemite in F but he ate it wrong

  • Dozer Burnside
    Dozer Burnside 2 months ago

    as an aussie, im so happy this was made.

  • Vida n things
    Vida n things 2 months ago

    I love all this food, I am an Aussie too!

  • Heisenberg
    Heisenberg 3 months ago +354

    Lazar has balls of steel to do food tier list, considering how toxic people can be about defending their favorites. Respect

    • Mwansa Mùndeã
      Mwansa Mùndeã 3 months ago +2


    • This guy Dannyyy
      This guy Dannyyy 3 months ago +8

      Why is everyone up so early? It’s 5 AM EST. Shouldn’t you guys be sleeping to get ready for school or something? ‘

    • EliTheFish
      EliTheFish 3 months ago

      i swear you comment on every video

    • Gauge Martin
      Gauge Martin 3 months ago

      @This guy Dannyyy lol no insomia hit different

    • Zelton
      Zelton 3 months ago

      Have you left a comment on every video on Clip-Share?

  • Casey payne
    Casey payne 3 months ago +1

    As an Australian I can say these a superior snacks from when I was a kid and we def have the best snacks ever lol and I’m so sad that almost every Bunnings on QLD have stopped selling sanga sandwiches and it’s so sad 😂

  • Lloy Wilson
    Lloy Wilson 3 months ago

    as an Australian this is the best tier list and cant lie i have eaten everything on this list

  • Birds4life
    Birds4life 14 days ago +1

    As an ausie im proud of my country

  • Bj bc'berny
    Bj bc'berny 3 months ago

    honestly one of the most accurate lists ever

  • Michael Tenn
    Michael Tenn Month ago

    Every time my school did a country culture day event thing I always chose australia so I could make fairy bread lol, so good

  • SpooderHAM
    SpooderHAM 3 months ago +338

    As an Australian you can’t go wrong with a little Bunnings warehouse snag

    • XCOKE
      XCOKE 3 months ago +4

      that's heaven in your mouth eating one of those snags

    • lucas
      lucas 3 months ago +5

      Bro NZ Bunnings has them as well

    • Hudsonbeamedyou
      Hudsonbeamedyou 3 months ago +3

      @lucas NZ has a Bunnings?

    • tracey shelton
      tracey shelton 3 months ago +5

      ​@lucas idc it's an Australian tradition to get a good old snag and a solo from bunnings mate

    • lucas
      lucas 3 months ago +7

      @tracey shelton alright mate chill

  • Jimmy Microwave
    Jimmy Microwave 3 months ago

    As an Aussie.. I can’t believe that other countries don’t have fairy bread

  • Your Daily Play
    Your Daily Play 2 months ago

    as a Australian, I approve of these food

  • Nalboi Gaming
    Nalboi Gaming 2 months ago

    As an Australian, this list is 110% valid. Not even valid just true

  • 🌸yourfavouritegal🌸
    🌸yourfavouritegal🌸 3 months ago +1

    So happy you tried Australian food❤❤

    COOKIEES GURRL Month ago

    As a Australian i like some of these foods from my culture and especially vegie mite

  • Zoe Morete
    Zoe Morete 3 months ago +295

    As a person who has grown up in New Zealand I can confirm we have every single item on this list. Which includes fairy bread and Tim tams.

    • Scope In
      Scope In 3 months ago +15

      i knoww this entire time i was like bro just australia. JUST AUSTRALIA

    • potassium potato
      potassium potato 3 months ago +11

      You other countries are missing out tiny teddies and timtams were goated

    • Dragannox
      Dragannox 3 months ago +7

      yes... we have literally every snack lannan showed

    • Wozzik wozz
      Wozzik wozz 3 months ago +10

      @Scope In they are made in australia, from australia. It doesnt mean it only in australia. You can find american food in australia common sense bruh

    • Bob Shannon
      Bob Shannon 3 months ago +5

      As an Australian I didn’t ask

  • Azal3az_.
    Azal3az_. 3 months ago +1

    Lannan, you have offically established peace for all Australians (excepting the eating vegemite without toast)

  • NotAFootballPlayer
    NotAFootballPlayer 2 months ago

    Next time when you are in America will you please try chick-fil-A? They are not opened on sundays but the breakfast and lunch/dinner is incredible. It is the best food you will probably eat. I don’t actually know how it can be so good

  • Evm
    Evm Month ago +1

    it feels so good to see these child hood treats recognised i moved to SA and none of me friends even know what fairy bread is like are you Australian and they only watch anime and celebrate Halloween like they don't even know a single auzzie movie let me know whoever is reading this what your fav auzzie movie or song is! oh and let me know your state of Origen team!

  • Sage Bianchi
    Sage Bianchi 2 months ago

    i finally can relate to a food rating video!!
    And yess i prefer barbecue sauce way more than tomato too!

  • cHezzA72
    cHezzA72 Month ago

    As an Aussie myself I agree with this List

  • SomeRandomGuy
    SomeRandomGuy 3 months ago +101

    Only Lazarbeam can make watching someone eat food for 10 minutes entertaining

  • DangerPlayzMadfut
    DangerPlayzMadfut 3 months ago +1

    As an Australian, I can officially say: that eating Vegemite without toast tastes shi-

  • Mohammad A
    Mohammad A 3 months ago

    i had all of these but when i tried vegemite i still dont understand why they created it why not just eat water,salt,a bit of vinegar done same thing and this is a pretty accurate tier list

  • The boys x2
    The boys x2  12 days ago

    Im proud to be a Australian

  • Jonesyhabib123
    Jonesyhabib123 3 months ago

    As an Aussie, i thought everything aside from vegimite was international! Bro the whole world is missing out!

  • Christopher Broderick

    he may have fairy bread, we got pop tarts. Both equal. balanced, as all things should be

  • Peter Cowley
    Peter Cowley 3 months ago +117

    I love how all of them are obviously from woolies
    For example the chocolate mudcake he ate is avaible at almost all woolies in Australia

    • Mr YouTuber wannabe.
      Mr YouTuber wannabe. 3 months ago +9

      also at coles it tastes the same but with the coles red ribbon and packaging.

    • Emuish
      Emuish 3 months ago +28

      mate you can clearly see in the mud cake box and says coles just rewind back in the video you’ll see

    • Mr YouTuber wannabe.
      Mr YouTuber wannabe. 3 months ago +2

      @Emuish thanks

    • Livi Harrison
      Livi Harrison 3 months ago +2

      Woolies is superior.

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      danh tran quoc 3 months ago


  • L Jeffers
    L Jeffers 3 months ago

    As an American, I accidentally made fairy bread when I was young and have always loved it

  • Cartoonimaker
    Cartoonimaker 3 months ago +8

    0:33 as an Australian to an Australian, I am thoroughly disappointed in the fact that a fellow Australian would eat Vegemite on it’s own, not on bread with butter, and my day is ruined

    • 𖤐
      𖤐 2 months ago +1

      same 😭

  • Neil Chen
    Neil Chen 2 months ago

    As a fellow australian, i can confirm these reviews are accurate, except for the vegmite, you gotta have i ton toasted bread with butter

  • Ryan Kandasamy
    Ryan Kandasamy 2 months ago +1

    I was like ‘Yeah get Vegemite out of here!’ And then ‘YES FAIRY BREAD AND TIMTAM!’ Also I did love tiny teddies as a kid, thank you for doing this. The thing I argued about was the mud cake but you nailed the others, except weet-bix I hate it.

  • Matt Wipperman
    Matt Wipperman 2 months ago

    I can agree with the barbecue sauce. Barbecue sauce is amazing.

  • EFG
    EFG 3 months ago +66

    Amazing tier list, i'm glad you did this. I agree with everything you've ranked except shapes and vegemite; they should be a bit higher. Other than that, incredibly accurate. A snag from bunnings, a nice sausage roll or pie from your local bakery when they're hot and fresh, and room temperature tim tams are gonna be the best experience your mouth will ever have.

    • zAc
      zAc 3 months ago

      Exactly my opinion

    • the cool man
      the cool man 3 months ago

      I make better content than lazar 😂

    • the cool man
      the cool man 3 months ago

      I make better content than lazar 😂

    • EFG
      EFG 3 months ago +1

      @the cool man the content in question?

  • Georgina :D
    Georgina :D 3 months ago +1

    As an aussie, i say a bunnings snag is a delicacy

  • Tahlia Giffard
    Tahlia Giffard 3 months ago +1

    Only real Australians can handle Vegemite 😂

  • GhostGrace
    GhostGrace Month ago +1

    Who else can just sit there and eat the whole cake 😂

  • Kirble
    Kirble 3 months ago

    I never knew these things I grew up with were Aussie exclusive, like never knew freddos or twisties was. People are really missing out on the mud cake...
    Also milo aint australian 😂😂

  • Tanya Smeeth
    Tanya Smeeth 25 days ago

    The Vegemite one was bull$hit. I thought it was only non-australians who ate it with a spoon.

  • Gcricket858
    Gcricket858 3 months ago +69

    As an Aussie this makes me feel like a little kid again, these snacks bring back memories

  • Regan Tatham
    Regan Tatham 3 months ago

    The fact that they stopped making le snacks is an absolute war crime.

  • CookingMaster0_0
    CookingMaster0_0 3 months ago

    As a Australian I feel bad that other countries don’t have vegiemite and wheat bix

  • Fish For Brains
    Fish For Brains Month ago

    You forgot Oddites. They were such a ripoff with only 5 in the packet, but they were good! (Btw they have have these all in NZ too)

  • Dene Fortuin
    Dene Fortuin 2 months ago

    I'm so jealous Australians have the fancy bottles of tomato sauce

  • scott pegrum
    scott pegrum Month ago

    i love how they just removed the A from weetabix and made it their own

  • ⭕️Free Robux On My Profile

    This video brought back such epic memories of devouring Chicko rolls or a potato top pie from the school canteen. Would always finish it off with a Freeza (was like an icy pole in a cup, half raspberry and lemonade flavour. Can’t get it anymore they discontinued it 😭)
    Cheers for the trip down memory lane, love ya work! Always good vibes! 🙌🥰

    • ThePickleFam
      ThePickleFam 3 months ago +6

      bro is obviously an american bot none of this is australian

    • Lego Boba Fett Watch
      Lego Boba Fett Watch 3 months ago +2

      Bro had dirty scran right after rolling off the assembly line💀

    • Doom Panda
      Doom Panda 3 months ago +3

      @ThePickleFam a chiko roll is australian, pot pie is european, and the freeza (never heard of it, but his explaination makes visualise 2 half zooper dooper in a cup) i think is australian. but yeah he's a bot, this was copied from someone else. also his profile is obviously a scam

    • Will R
      Will R 3 months ago

      @Doom Panda I think it's meant to be a calippo

    • Doom Panda
      Doom Panda 3 months ago

      @Will R ah makes sense

  • CactusInAPot
    CactusInAPot 3 months ago +1

    I’m so Australian I didn’t even know these foods were only Australian 💀

    X GAMING ALI 3 months ago

    As an Australian I agree that Australian has the best food like who wouldn’t know what fairy bread is

  • ThatOneKid
    ThatOneKid 2 months ago +1

    Honestly tho I think Australia DOES have the best food because it literally has food from like everywhere around the world and our own kind of… brands…. Food…. Not sure how to describe the food made here… hmmmm…😂😂😂

  • Lucasade4560
    Lucasade4560 2 months ago

    As a 1/2 Australian (my dad is) I am so annoyed that chicken twisties and cherry ripes are not in England

  • Vincent the seal
    Vincent the seal 2 months ago

    As an Aussie/Vietnamese I can tell you that many people around the world (generally Vietnamese) come to Australia for their reasons but Idk the reason why a lot of Vietnamese come here but if I had to guess, it would be from the poverty

  • MrPyK
    MrPyK 3 months ago +31

    Seeing Lazar just crunch down on those weetbix gave me a blast from the past, when I forgot milk existed and just ate them raw.

      DMR-MINTY Month ago

      Same it’s so nostalgic

  • Alf ie
    Alf ie 3 months ago

    Watching this video makes me realize how similar Australia and Britain are food wise

    • Tina Dorian
      Tina Dorian 3 months ago

      your british huh well guess what you food dont have bunnings snags

  • Spedexy
    Spedexy 2 months ago

    As an Australian. I can confirm everything on the S and A tier is correct

  • Blaze
    Blaze 2 months ago

    As an American this was a funny video to watch and i didnt know how many different foods Australia has compared to America thats cool!
    Dont flame me for being an American im still true blue

    HUNTE 3 months ago

    I feel so bad for the countries that don't have sausage rolls and Tim Tams