Top 5 Must Follow Foodies On Youtube
It can happen to anyone watching videos online, you get hungry. If you are out of ideas of what to eat, or you’re in the mood for something different to munch on, these videos will help give you ideas of what your next snack should be. If you’re feeling hungry, then here are Top 5 Must Follow Foodies of Youtube!
#5 – LGR Foods
A Sort of side account to LGR ( or Lazy Game Reviews) where the host, Clint, makes up some tasty sandwiches and snacks in the kitchen. Clint doesn’t update it as regularly as his man account but will provide a video from time to time of new a sandwich or yummy snack for us to put together and try.
#4 – Barry Lewis
Barry Lewis is a high energy cook and internet host from England. Most of the things he puts together are outrageous and usually far more than a normal recipe. With things like the giant sushi roll or the guacamole and chip hat from the Despicable Me movies, his recipes are imaginative and sound like they are tasty too. His videos also star his wife Rebecca, and kids Phoebe, and Chloe, as well as his cute pug dogs.
#3 – Mike Jeavons
An internet host from England who will often do “Week On” videos where he does a video every day as part of a crazy diet he is committed to for a week. He has done Week On videos for things like Keto diets, Military ration diets, Discount chain foods and a lot more. Along with actually eating the food, he weighs himself to see how much weight he actually lost during the week. He also features his wife as well as his cat Basil.
#2 – Steve1989MREInfo
A video series featuring discovering military rations. The videos feature not only American rations packs but also rations from all over the world, from back in time as well as packs from World War II and even earlier. A good show to watch to see what members of the Military were eating and what kind of rations they were dealing with at the time.
#1 – Mikey Chen
The host of two different channels. On his Strickly Dumplings show, he reviews all kinds of food from around the world. Some close to home and others are found in places like Vietnam, Singapore, Japan, and a number of other places. His other channel is Mikey Chen, tends to review foods he has on the airlines going to these different places or even some more mundane type offerings like 7-11s and McDonalds from the locations he is in as well.