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  •  April 10, 2020


World hunger

Traveling doesn't just enrich memories - or likes on Instagram. It also provides a taste-free tour of the world. Discovering the magic of the flavors and aromas out there fascinates me. If you think so too, board here!

The world is like a book: without traveling, it's just the first page.

For Melissa, the best analogy is that the planet before her is a cookbook.


Through her Instagram profile Girl Eat World, we see typical dishes from the many places she visits, photographed where they are found.

And of course, properly devoured.

We can see that your choices do not seem to be the healthiest.


Much less reliable.

Street food in places outside Brazil is a risk that I do not intend to take.

With some passports already filled, I can say that I learned something about it.


These are tips on how to behave at the table, and even outside of it, when you're facing different cultures - check it out here.

As for Melissa's trip, rather than enjoy some of her photos.

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Prosciutto in the central square of Prague

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Bali: Three Margaritas at Potato Head Beach Club

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After the coffee shops, nothing like a brownie in front of the canals of Amsterdam (Netherlands)

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Iced coffee through the streets of Saigon (Vietnam)

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Currywurst (Ketchup and Curry Spiced Pork Sausage) - Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin

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London: This chocolate cookie is the size of Big Ben behind

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Enjoying a Bahn - Baguette dating back to Vietnam's colonial times

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Tasting a kurotama in Japan: Chicken eggs cooked with hot spring water, which causes the shell to darken in color.

World Hunger Day (April 2020)


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