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Watch American Kids React to Eating Egyptian Food

Watch American Kids React to Eating Egyptian Food

Unlike its Lebanese counterpart, Egyptian cuisine continues to fly under the radar for many of those living outside Egypt.

While Egyptian staples such as falafel are widely consumed across the world, others like koshari are a lot more difficult to find outside an Egyptian household.

As part of its React Channel’s ‘People vs. Food’, FBE Shows brought together a number of American children in California to try Egyptian food.

If the video below does not work, click here to watch what American children thought of Egyptian food such as fuul and kofta.

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