Food is not just a way to sustain ourselves but also an important way to connect with people. As we learn more about different cultures across the world, we understand their tastes and preferences, especially when it comes to food. Recently, one such Twitter thread about local food went viral. It all started with a tweet about Norwegian food. A Twitter user named Joakim took to the micro-blogging platform to share some glimpses of the food eaten in Norway. The tweet went viral, garnering over 53.4 million tweet views and 10.7k likes. Take a look:
Soon, the tweet took off and a number of users from all over the world chimed in with their responses. There were users from Iran to Pakistan, Saudi Arabia to Canada who contributed food photos from their countries and cities. In India as well, Twitter users shared pictures of the amazing local dishes typically eaten in their localities. The foodie conversation set off our tastebuds and got us drooling!
Take a look at the tweets here:
So glad I’m Iranian….
Extremely glad, I’m Canadian! 🇨🇦
This is not the only Twitter discussion that has gone viral. Previously, food lovers on the internet had another debate about which breakfast recipe from India is the best. Some voted for poha jalebi, while others swore by paratha. Click here to read more.