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(AIKO) Hello world, this is what kitchens around the world are like.
(GREG) The first country we are going to go to is the United States.
And it's Hawaii because Aiko asked for a video of Hawaii.
(STARLET) Hello, my name is Shay and I live in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Welcome to my kitchen.
I have a gas stove.
I also have
an oven.
This is my baking stuff.
And I bake cupcakes with the pink handmixer that I got as a gift.
And all the pots and pans go in here.
Pots, pans,
and all the DANGEROUS things
are over here.
Next, is the pantry!
This is where all the dry foods and tupperware gets kept.
Next is the fridge.
Himalayan pink salt.
Lychee. Yum yum yum.
Oh, it smells so good.
Mom's drawer!
The freezer has ice cream of course
but it also has "ti" leaves in it
for when we cook Hawaiian food.
I have local avocado.
This is from the big island.
And papaya
and mango
aaand a dragonfruit.
Thanks for joining me on my kitchen tour. See you!
(SHIN) Next, we are going to Canada, our home! Yay!
(JESSE) Hi, I'm Jesse and this is what my kitchen is like in Edmonton, Canada.
So here is the kitchen.
Stove. Kettle. Soda maker. Sinks.
Two sinks. We use both.
Washing. Rinsing.
Done dishes. Clean dishes.
Ready-to-be-put-away dishes.
Appliances. Fridge.
[whispering] Chocolate milk.
Microwave. Toaster. Caaabineeets.
So many cabinets.
There's actually like so many cabinets.
Drawer. Lets-go cabinet.
What are kitchens like where your from?
(GREG) What is next? (SHIN) It's Mex-a-miracle!
(GREG) Mex-a-mexico? Mexico! (SHIN) Miskako.
(GREG) Mex... Just say "Mexico". (SHIN) Miskako!
(GREG) Mek-sih-koh. (SHIN) Mixcaco!
(GREG) Hehehe... What is next? (SHIN) Mix... Mixcaco!
(GREG) Mexic... No. Mexico. Mexico (SHIN) Miskako.
(GREG) OK. We're going to Mexico. (SHIN) We're going to Miskako.
(GREG) Oh. You got it now...
(DOLORES) Hello, everyone. I am Dolores from Mexico and I will show you my kitchen.
Here is the fridge, next to the washing machine.
And here I wash the dishes.
This is the stove and microwave.
I like to cook Japanese style, so I have a rice steamer.
And, because it's a Mexican house, we have a "molcajete".
Molcajete is for cooking "guacamole" or some sauces.
I also love Japanese knives.
And my kitchen is connected to the living room, as you can see,
so when we have some parties, I serve the dinner here
and they take it and eat there.
So thank you for watching. Bye, bye!
(SHIN) Next is Mae, Englond. (GREG) [enunciating] England.
(SHIN) England. Next is Mae at England. ENGLAND!
(MAE) Hello, world! Were I'm from in Cambridge, England, this is what the kitchen is like.
Let's go have a look.
This is a fridge. It's where we store milk, ham, cheese and therefore ___ fresh food!
This is an oven. This bit down here is where we cook chicken,
and scrumdiddlyumptious cake.
We also have a hob to cook... pasta, veggies and, on pancake day, pancakes.
This is where we store our... chopsticks.
This is a toaster, where we cook toast or pop tarts and have them for breakfast.
Most people in England keep their washing machines in the kitchen.
Because our kitchen can't fit the wash... the tumble dryer, it goes outside in the garage.
Those who live in England don't like having plain water,
so we drink squash.
This is how you make it.
Get a cup. Put a little bit of squash in,
and put some water in it.
Thank you for watching our video!
What are kitchens like where you're from?
(GREG) And next, what country are we going to? (AIKO) Morocco.
(GREG) And where is Morocco? (AIKO) I don't know.
(GREG) Africa.
(ASMAE) Hello, world! My name is Asmae Maya. I'm from Morocco and this is how a a Moroccan kitchen looks like.
First, we have the refrigerator.
Next we have the washing machine.
Most washing machines in Morocco are put in the kitchen.
So this is where we cook.
One thing no one imagines is that
both the oven and the water heater work on this.
This is the gas tank.
The window on the kitchen normally has a view on a space like this
where most neighbors' kitchens have a view on.
So in Morocco kitchens normally have a table,
(this one is quite big but people have like smaller ones)
where you prepare your meals.
You just bring a chair and you can prepare your meal.
This is "tagine". It's very famous in Morocco.
It is used in order to cook.
It is healthy and, when you cook using tagine, food gains a very special and delicious taste.
This is a famous dish in Morocco. It is called "taos" dish, which is the peacock dish.
It is used in Morocco when gests come or when there is a feast or a holiday.
So that's it. Thank you very much for watching. Bye, bye!
(SHIN) Finally go into Lithuania. (GREG) Lithuania!
(SHIN) Lithuania!
(SIMAS) This is what kitchen looks like where I'm from, Lithuania.
Our kitchen is in the country, in North Lithuania, where my grandparents live.
It's in the same building with the garage, so obviously it's divided from the living house.
We use it all year. In the spring ____.
In the summer we prepare food for winter,
and in the winter we make delicious Christmas dishes here.
This is a furnace. Sometimes we use it to boil food and to heat the kitchen.
Otherwise, we use the stove.
Let's take a look at what's here.
So here is the storeroom. It's really cold here,
so I like to be here in very hot summer days, like today.
And if you'll heat the storage room, you can make a bath house out of it.
Let's see what's for lunch. Sausages and potatoes.
Lithuanians looove potatoes.
We like to decorate our windows' sills.
I hope you found something interesting in my video and see you next time. Bye!
(GREG) Now, let's check out Brazil. Do you know Brazil, where it is? (SHIN) No.
(GREG) That's where the Olympics are right now. (SHIN) Ooooh!
(GREG) Yes. And the person in Brazil is not going to show Brazil medals. Yeah. Those gold medals, right?
The person is going to talk about India, though. Do you know where India is?
(SHIN) Mmm... No.
(GREG) That's where we get my tea from.
(NAYANA) Hi! My name is Nayana and I live in Rio de Janeiro.
I'm 9 years old. And I really like your videos, Aiko.
Last year I went to India.
Where we were staying, they offered me to have some sweet nuts.
I said "OK", because I love nuts.
So she made nuts.
But it wasn't at all like my kitchen.
It was outside, with a little stove, this size or something, very little,
and it was made of mud.
She got some sticks and made a fire.
And she cooked some nuts and it was so good.
Bye! See you next time! Oh! And say "hi!" to your brother. He's the craziest guy ever.
(SHACHI) Welcome to an indian kitchen.
So this is our kitchen. It's an open kitchen, which basically opens to the living and to the rest of the house.
This is our gas stove that we use for cooking.
This is the main slab, you know, where dishes are prepared.
The shelves on top is where we typically store our groceries and the rest of our utilities.
So I'll show you one of them.
You can see that there are a lot of steel containers, so
In India, very rarely plastic is used, so most of the groceries, everything, will be stored in round steel containers like this.
So the Indians love the spices and spices are used in all cooking.
So most homes will have a spice box, which will hold some of the commonly used spices.
So, as you can see, there are different compartments for the spices.
Typically there's turmeric, chili powder, salt, mustard, etc.
Some homes will also have an extra rack for storing additional spices, like we have.
Another interesting thing that you will see is coffee filters.
So indians drink a lot of tea and coffee, and coffee is freshly brewed,
so most homes will have a filter like this, that you put your coffee powder
and pour hot water, and wait for some time and the recoction will trickle down here,
and this fresh recoction is then used for making coffee.
___ Pickles. So we love our pickle and it is added to food.
So most homes will have at least more than one type of pickle.
You can see that we have several.
So these pickles are typically home made by your mom or your grandma.
So I love decorating my fridge,
and I have decorated it with the fridge magnets that I collected from different countries.
And hopefully I'll add more.
So this is our kitchen. I hope you enjoyed it. Bye.
(GREG) We saw on that video that they had tables in their kitchens. (SHIN) Yup.
(GREG) Do we have tables in our kitchens in Japan? (SHIN) No. We are too small.
(GREG) We are too small for a table. What about...? Did you see the one with the bed in the kitchen.
(SHIN) Ha, ha! No. (GREG) There was a bed in it!
(MAE) There are 2 types of kitchens. One is a big one like can not only cook in, but you can eat in it as well.
That means you can fit a table in it. The second type of kitchen is a small one, like ours, that you can only cook in.
(SHACHI) So this slab right here also serves as a dining table. We sometimes sit here and eat our food.
(AYAH) We live in the kitchen, not in the living room.
Dining tables are pretty big, like you see right here.
(JINAN) This is how a Kashmiri kitchen looks like, just to let you show... (UMNIYAH) Because we have a place in India, and it's called "the stove".
(JINAN) Yeah. (UMNIYAH) I mean we won't be showing our faces. (JINAN) Respect that!
This is the seating area in a Kashmiri home.
And every Kashmirian household has a sitting area,
but in our sitting area we have got a mattress,
because we sleep here.
(TIA) So, first, this is the mini bar that my family and I usually use for having breakfast, lunch and also dinner.
(GREG) So we noticed a lot of people had dishwashers, but did they use them, Shin? (SHIN) No.
(GREG) What did they do? (SHIN) Um... wash the dishes by themselves and just dry it with the...
(GREG) In the dishwasher. (SHIN) In the dishwasher.
(MAE) Our kitchen is too small to fit a dishwasher in.
(EFFIE) So there's no dishwasher, as you can see. Everything is hand washed and air dried.
(STARLET) You wash, wash, wash and, instead of a drying rack, I use the dishwasher as my drying rack.
(GREG) Shin, do we have ovens in Japan? (SHIN) Yeah, but so small.
(GREG) Where's our oven? (SHIN) It's right here. Only can cook this.
(GREG) Oh, but they can see you now, but yeah, there's a little oven over there.
(DENISSE) And a sort of Mexican cliche we have is that we don't ever use the oven,
so we just keep inside pots and pans or trays...
I have not met a person who uses their oven, or if they do use it,
they try to keep it clean so that they can use it, but they still put their pots and pans inside the stove.
(GREG) Shin, would you like to drink water from a mud pot? (SHIN) Mmm... No.
(GREG) I think it's a clay pot. Maybe. (SHIN) Clay. Bricks. It's that a brick pot or something?
(GREG) Yeah, yeah! The clay make bricks out of clay. I think it's probably a clay pot.
(SHACHI) This thing about me is the water purifier.
So in India you really can't drink tap water directly,
so most homes will have a purifier so that, you know, you can get clean water for drinking and cooking.
(SHARVYA) And we drink water in the pot. You know, this is a steel pot. We store our water in the steel pot.
And here there's mud pot. The difference between steel and mud is mud gives more ____ or chillness to the water.
We also store water in the fridge, but still I prefer mud pot water.
(TENZIN) We have the water machine so you can get clean water.
(STARLET) I drink water with the water filter.
(GREG) Ok, Shin, what kind of drinks do Japanese people drink. (SHIN) Mmm... Coffee, and tea, and milk tea and... cocoa.
(GREG) Cocoa? (SHIN) Yeah. (GREG) That's hot chocolate. (SHIN) Yeah. Hot chocolate!
(MAE) This is a kettle, where we boil our water to make tea...
(ASMAE) And you can see here the teapot...
(STARLET) My teas and coffee...
(NADA) Over here, these are Arabian coffee making pots, so you have to boil the coffee in these.
(EFFIE) This is my favorite cup. Because I am mostly a tea drinker and I had to get it.
(GREG) Shin, do you think our kitchen is small or big?
(SHIN) So 'smag'.
(NADA) Our kitchen is pretty small. Most kitchens are not like this,
but yeah, this is what a kitchen is like where I live.
(EFFIE) ...And I live in a townhouse, which means that our place is smaller than average,
and so the kitchen might reflect that and might have different features to what other kitchens usually have.
(DENISSE) I really wanted to do a video like this for a really long time, ever since I started watching Life Where I'm From.
I think the concept of it is really great, it's creative, it's cute and it's a lot of fun to watch.
So thanks for watching my video. Bye!
(EFFIE) All right! So that's what it's like where we're from in Australia! (SOPHIA) Yay! Bye everyone!
(EFFIE) See you later! (SOPHIA) See you later!
(AIKO) Thanks for watching! See you next time! Bye! What are streets like where you're from?
(GREG) Yeah! We'd love to see what outside your home is like. So please go out and film your streets.
(AIKO) And thank you for making the kitchen video for us!
(SHIN) Thanks for watching! See you next time! Bye! Nya, nya, nya, nya, nya. Nya, nya, nya, nya, nya.
(GREG) And... what do we want to see... for the next video?
(SHIN) Cat! A popcorn day!
(GREG) No. Not popcorn.


Kitchens Around the World

林宜悉 2020 年 3 月 24 日 に公開
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