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  • - If you like it, then you should have

  • put a ring on it.

  • - Why Australia? Tell me why.

  • ♪ (French accordion music) ♪

  • - (FBE) G'day mate. - G'day mate.

  • Oh, Australian food.

  • - (FBE) We're gonna head to Australia to try some

  • of their favorite snacks. - Yes!

  • - I know that it's a country and also a continent.

  • I know that is has a lot of koalas, which are amazing

  • and adorable.

  • - Capital is Canberra. The largest city is Sydney.

  • It used to be a colony of Britain. There are six major provinces.

  • Other cities include Darwin and Melbourne.

  • - ♪ (harp music) ♪

  • - (FBE) So, while we know there are a lot of options,

  • the snacks we're presenting you with today

  • are some of the more popular native Aussie snackage.

  • - Okay, I'm excited. I like to try foods

  • from different places and maybe if I go there,

  • I might know some of the foods.

  • - The Vegemite is disgusting. I've seen videos on it

  • on YouTube.

  • - Let's hope that it's good. That's all we can do, hope.

  • - Oh my God, I love today. Thank you today.

  • - (FBE) Here's your first Aussie snack.

  • - Is that milk? It's a chocolate bar

  • with wafers on the inside.

  • - It looks like a Kit Kat because of the wafers.

  • - This is just like a chocolate wafer, but I'm most likely

  • completely wrong.

  • - That is delicious. Hundred percent delicious.

  • - Yummy and crunchy.

  • - They're crunchy. They are tasty.

  • They are chocolatey.

  • - (FBE) So, these are called Tim Tams.

  • - Oh, I've heard of these.

  • - (FBE) The Tim Tam slam is the practice of drinking

  • a hot or cold beverage through a Tim Tam,

  • so you bite the bottom half of that Tim Tam

  • and then you're gonna drink your milk through it

  • like the Tim Tam is a straw.

  • Try it. - So, I bite the other side?

  • - (FBE) Yes, go ahead.

  • - I like it.

  • - It works. That's really cool

  • and a good idea. It's good milk.

  • Kinda makes it a little more chocolatey

  • like chocolate milk.

  • - And it works. Oh my God,

  • I am so impressed. I did not think you could

  • drink milk through wafers.

  • - (FBE) Here's your next one.

  • - Okay.

  • - Why is there pasta in it? What is this?

  • - Is this a sandwich grilled with noodles inside of it?

  • That's spaghetti.

  • - It tastes fine, but it just seems weird,

  • so I wouldn't have tried it to begin with.

  • - I'll try it. Oh, and sausage.

  • Surprisingly, I'm enjoying it. Extremely surprising,

  • because I don't like macaroni.

  • - I like it, 'cause sometimes I dip my bread

  • inside spaghetti, so it's normal to me.

  • - I think these stringy things in the middle

  • are maybe noodles with some sort of a sweet sauce.

  • - Why Australia? Tell me why.

  • - (FBE) This is actually called a spaghetti jaffle.

  • There are several types of jaffles made in Australia,

  • but this is made with buttered bread,

  • tinned spaghetti and cheese all packed in jaffle iron

  • and pressed down, very similar to the paninis

  • we have here. - I love paninis.

  • I love spaghetti jaffles. I would definitely eat this again.

  • - Whoever invented this, I like it.

  • - (FBE) Here is your next Australian treat.

  • - Oh, chips.

  • - They look like Funions, like little Funions.

  • - If you like it, then you should have

  • put a ring on it.

  • - I've seen people put these on their fingers and eat off.

  • Cheesy and salty. Yummy.

  • - Kinda sour.

  • - Oh boy. It's sour.

  • - Tastes like a whole bunch of garlic and onion.

  • - It tastes like onion rings. I like it.

  • - (FBE) These are called Burger Rings.

  • - I don't taste any meat flavor in it.

  • - (FBE) So, the Aussies love this snacking

  • sensations, starting in 1974 with the launch of

  • the unique burger taste that is now called

  • a Burger Ring. - It doesn't taste

  • like burgers at all.

  • - This definitely does not taste like a burger.

  • - Tastes a little sour and burgers,

  • at least not in California, where I eat them,

  • don't taste sour.

  • - Why don't you just brand them as onion rings?

  • I mean, that would work just fine.

  • - (FBE) Okay, here's your next one.

  • - Is this a type of pie?

  • - It looks some sort of a pastry.

  • - It looks like Nutella, but it's not.

  • - It smells like bacon and a couple of other meats

  • that I can't really identify.

  • - Let me just try this. Oh, this is cheese.

  • - I don't like it. It tastes bitter.

  • So, first bite where you only get the bread,

  • you're like, "Mm, bread." and then you bite into it

  • and you're like, "Ah" I don't like it.

  • It's not tasty at all. If you don't like the inside,

  • just cut it out and just, yeet.

  • Just eat the outside. That's what I would do.

  • - Kinda tastes like sourdough a little bit.

  • Smells like you would have a lot of meat in it,

  • but it doesn't, so I assume there's something

  • extra in the sourdough or bread.

  • - It has a bitter aftertaste. It's gross.

  • I don't like it.

  • - (FBE) This is called a cheeseymite scroll.

  • It is a spiral of baked bread with ingredients like

  • Vegemite, cheese, and yeast. - I've done a Kids React video

  • to Vegemite.

  • It looks amazing, tastes terrible.

  • Rotten dirt with rats scurrying over it.

  • I personally didn't like it, but now I love it.

  • - I thought the middle was gonna be chocolate

  • and it was gonna be sweet like a donut,

  • but no, it's Vegemite.

  • - (FBE) Okay, here's your last one.

  • - Is that butter?

  • - This looks kind of like maybe some Starburst

  • or a stick of butter.

  • - Are you sure this isn't a brick?

  • A tiny little brick?

  • - It's mint toffee.

  • - Is it gum? It's minty like gum.

  • - Ooh, it's minty.

  • Mm, I like this.

  • - It's basically like a candy cane

  • turned into gum or something.

  • - (FBE) These are called Minties.

  • They are a hard, white, and chewy rectangular

  • mint flavored lolly, which on chewing,

  • becomes so sticky that they are notorious

  • for causing fillings to come out. - Not very surprising.

  • - My first wiggly tooth got pulled out by taffy,

  • but hopefully not this one.

  • - I don't like them 'cause they're very sticky.

  • I usually don't like sticky candies.

  • - This is the best one I've ever had,

  • because I've never had a mint flavored toffee

  • and I chew gum every day.

  • - (FBE) So, how was eating Australian food today?

  • - This was awesome.

  • - They all were amazing except for that one bread thing.

  • - It was way more original than I expected.

  • - My favorite was definitely the Tim Tam,

  • 'cause it was just so delicious and chocolatey.

  • I'm all for all glad that I did this episode

  • because I got the experience and now I get to say

  • I ate Australian snacks.

  • - Thanks for watching Kids Vs Food

  • on the React Channel.

  • - Don't miss out. Be sure to Subscribe.

  • - Goodbye, Aussies.

  • - G'day mate. My name's Alyssa

  • and I'm a producer here at the React Channel

  • and I'm not even gonna try an Australian accent

  • because that would just be pitiful,

  • but if you enjoyed this episode, let me know in the comments.

  • I will be here for the first 30 minutes of this

  • episode releasing.

- If you like it, then you should have

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