Mexico's Extreme Corn Obsession!! DAY to NIGHT Street Food in Oaxaca!



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We’re in Oaxaca, eating our way across the city! Are you hungry for street food?
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30 comments

  1. GRINGO is the term used to describe Americans. It is based from what I understand of the Mexican American war. "The first known written English use of the word was in 1849 by an explorer. One bit of folk etymology about gringo is that it originated in Mexico during the Mexican-American war because Americans would sing the song "Green Grow the Lilies." I also believe that the soldiers where wearing green uniforms. My opinion. might be totally wrong.

  2. Chapulines 🦗 are delicious! I know it might creep you out first but trust me its tasty! 💕
    Gringas are the equivalent of a Mulita here in Southern California

  3. Us Mexicans have used and domesticated Mais (corn) 9000 years ago, it was a breed of grass and the natives breaded different sources to produce what we eat today’s Zea mais.

  4. you mad disrespectful, it seems that you dont have the right palate to be having and describing what oaxacan food is/taste like. thats probly why you went to the least aunthentic oaxacan cousine places. I suggest you first educate yourself on the places you are going to, before embarrassing yourself.
    —chef francisco

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