Yalitza Aparicio gives Korean Vlogs spicy Oaxacan food (video)

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For a few days, it caused a stir to see the two characters sharing some postcards on Instagram; Now the video has been released in which you can see Korean Vlogs tasting a couple of 100% Oaxacan dishes.

If there is someone who has known how to handle her image very well on social networks, that is Yalitza Aparicio, and it is that the actress from Oaxaca does not usually accept any collaboration or interview; However, he takes every opportunity to share his culture, as he did with Korean Youtuber Vlogs.

Two weeks ago the content creator invited her to collaborate on his channel, where he showed her some of the most representative Korean dishes, and also made her try some products of which the actress declared herself a fan. But now it was Cristian Kim’s turn.

For a few days, it caused a stir to see the two characters sharing some postcards on Instagram; Now the video has been released in which you can see Korean Vlogs tasting a couple of 100% Oaxacan dishes.

Yalitza Aparicio, the ambassador of Oaxacan culture to the world

Yalita Aparicio arranged some dishes for the content, together they ate crushed with jerky and molcajete sauce, as well as roasted nopales, minced pieces, and pot coffee. The cook who got the applause was Margarita Martínez, who was in charge of taking the steps to prepare the dishes.

“Have you tried the crushed ones? In each region it is different, they bring a list of what food is the real one. It is similar to soup, they put the ingredients on top, but then it is dipped in sauce as if they were chilaquiles ”, explained the actress.

Christian Kim apparently went overboard with a bit of spice, but in spite of that, Cristian Kim was not too affected by the chili and even assured that he is already Mexican because he tried the machucadas and their distinctive flavor without being enchilada by the preparation.

“It’s delicious, I loved it. It’s not hot at all, ”said Coreano Vlogs while tasting the dish that Yalitza’s family prepared for him.

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