♪ (French accordion music) ♪ – (Katie) Today, you are going
to try snacks from Brazil. – ‘Ey! Exquisite. – I like foreign things. – I know nothing about
Brazilian food or snacks. – Brazilian food, I have
not tried any, so I’m excited. – They’re probably gonna be
not as processed and horrible for you. – Maybe, because it’s South American,
it could be something similar to Mexican food, but I mean,
I’ve never been to Brazil. Who knows? – (Katie) Universalyums.com sends
snacks from all over the world, and they were able to get these snacks
specially from Brazil for you. – Wow, so it’s actually from Brazil. – You don’t have to go to Brazil
to have Brazilian snacks sent to you. Now I can try things from all over! – I’m ready. I love food so much! I’m so excited. – (Katie) Here is your first snack to try.
– Ooh… Funyuns. – Are these like pork rinds? – It looks like a puffy Frito. – Yeah, oh– ooh, it smells
like maple syrup. – It smells like bacon. – I’m gonna eat this. (crunching) – That’s really good. (crunching) – It tastes like I’m chewing on styrofoam . (crunching) – Mmm! It tastes like barbecued Fritos. – It kind of just tastes like
puffed up chips that are kind of salty, but I don’t know what it is. – (Katie) This snack was Yokitos Bacon. It is a bacon-flavored chip. – Yokitos Bacon. That sounds
like Spanish for “I want bacon.” – That seems so American,
bacon-flavored chips. – I don’t like bacon! This is not something up
for debate, but I like these. This chip’s giving me some mixed feelings. – (Katie) Here’s the next one. – This looks interesting. – These look like packaging peanuts. – I’m a little scared
to try these! (laughing) (crunching) – (negatively) Mmm-mmm. No. – Are these just, like, buttered chips? – What’s the point of that?
It’s like literally styrofoam in there. – Just like a plain wheat flavor. – It doesn’t even taste good,
but I kind of want to keep eating it. (munching) (uncertainly) Hmm.
I don’t know, what is it? – (Katie) This snack
was Biscoito de Polvilho. It’s a traditional Brazilian snack made from the sour starch
of the yucca plant. – Okay, well, the yucca plant
tastes like nothing. – Maybe my palates just aren’t advanced
enough to appreciate it, but not for me. – (Katie) The next snack. – I’m actually really intrigued by this one. It’s really squishy.
It looks something a fish would eat. – It looks like a little poop. – This kind of looks like a fiber bar
that just makes you poo. – Is this fudge? – It’s not chocolate. It looks like something that’s gone bad. – It’s so chewy! (gags and laughs) I don’t like that. – It’s either fig or plum
or maybe something. I think this is fig. (audible chewing) – Is it made from fruit?
It’s like mashed fruit. And it’s good. I like it. – It tastes like the inside of a Fig Newton. – I thought it was gonna taste bad just because it kinda looks
like poop on a plate, but once you put it
in your mouth, then it’s like, “Oh, this is actually kind of pleasant.” – (Katie) This snack
was Bananinha Paraibuna. It’s made from overripe bananas
and is eaten as a protein bar in Brazil. – Okay, that definitely
doesn’t taste like bananas. – For all the people who like
fruit snacks, but they can’t eat them ’cause of the artificial flavors,
this is perfect. Get Brazilian food! – (Katie) Let’s try this one!
– Oh, these look fun. – Ooh! That smells good. – This is gonna be spicy.
These are like jalapeno something. – I feel like these could be
some sort of Brazilian corn nuts. (munching) – Oh, wow, that’s salty.
And it’s a little spicy. (munching) – I like that.
It’s kind of like a Frito. (munching) – Mmm! That packs a punch. (crunching) – Hey! That’s not that bad. I like it. – Oh my god. That’s so good. Yes! This is really good! You put this in and it’s like,
“Whoa, there’s a lot goin’ on,” and I like that a lot. – It’s like every really flavorful chip
ever created into one. – (Katie) This snack was Torcida. It’s made with Mexican jalapenos and is a very popular snack
in the São Paulo region. – Oh my god. I’d be all over this. – I’d eat a whole bag of these. – I think we should have
some of these down to the USA. – I’m gonna keep eating these
until you bring over the next thing. (loud crunch) – Last snack.
– Interesting. It looks like a granola bar. – More random pastes shoved in– oh shoot! (laughing) Oh my god! I just picked it up and it exploded! – It kinda looks like it’s a brick. – Oh, it smells like peanut butter. – This is a peanut butter something. – Here we go. I definitely tastes nuts or something. – Oh, that’s good. It’s like the inside of
a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup. – Oh my god. Okay. Brazil makes amazing snacks apparently. – It tastes like peanut butter, like a little peanut butter
cookie or something. – It’s really messy. And I’m a very messy eater,
so this was, like, ten times worse. – (Katie) This snack was Yoki Pacoquinha. It’s a ground peanut snack
made from just three ingredients: peanuts, sugar, and salt. – That seems very unhealthy,
but it was very delicious. – These would just be
amazing on an ice cream. Like, could we bring out
some ice cream right now so that I can just eat the whole thing? – (Katie) So which one of these snacks
was your favorite that you’d recommend? – Torcida, definitely the Torcida. – I loved the Torcida a lot. – Definitely the Torcidas. – I recommend Torcidas. – Jalapeno chips.
They were really good. – Yokitos Bacon. I’m a big fan of bacon, so that’s a plus. – Torcida! Bring me some spicy chips
and I’ll love you forever. – Torcida. I could see myself buying a bag of those and just fricking full-blown addiction, like I’m at Jalapeno Chips
Anonymous with a problem! – Thanks for watching
this episode of Teens vs. Food. – What food or drinks should we try next? Let us know in the comments. – Don’t forget to subscribe. We have tons of shows
for you guys every week. – Bye, everyone, I gotta go track down
some more of those Torcidas. ♪ (French accordion music) ♪