Shanghai life, cooking Chinese bǐng and stirfry
FOOD & THOUGHTS @Dr Mamta Misra
It is like the lacha paratha of India...your vlogs have given a lovely and totally different perspective of Chinese society and family...it makes one realize how similar they are to us in many things...
You provide many people especially Indians a realistic non- political peek into the lives of the Chinese public. Most of what is shown about China is politically motivated. So its wonderful to see what life is like there through the eyes of a Indian woman without the political bias.
Lockdown unlocks fantastic cooking adventures and deepens already great relationships.
Hi Ruchi, you are doing great... Just a suggestion if you can upload Chinese recipes more often it will be great... Your mother in law is great... Love her and your family...
It makes me nostalgic to see the neighborhood living in such great harmony..pretty much like how I grew up in East India. I remember when someone used to share food, we always sent something in return. Whenever our fav recipes were cooked by the neighbours, they would send some for us too.. And, honestly I think I will relish more of what your family cooks than what I get here.
Odin may be shy on camera and we can he always has his manners and seems to be a family person.
Kalyani S Pillai
This looks like Kerala porotta. We also use the same flour. Porotta is one of the most famous dish here, it is so tasty
It's always a pleasant experience to watch your vlogs! Me being a bhukkad (and a lover of Indo Chinese food), always get hungry when I see you cook/eat chinese food! That yoghurt maker is so cool! Heard of it for the first time! Absolutely love your content!
After long time want more lengthy vlogg Your mother in law is super cute
Anything you husband cooks go wild, people love to watch!
One day I got a random pop up...dey I started 2 watch all ur videos. I had some assumptions in my head about China..But I was surprised..its soooo beautiful...I love ur family...how nicely u have adjusted to their culture..I definitely want 2 visit China atleast once in my life...
Your vlogs made my day ...i really love to watching ur vlogs it feels so good to see the country's tradition and love most especially the neighbours bonding and they helps each other
Ivan will miss grandma and her excellent cooking.
Wow didn’t know about the yogurt maker! Looks super cool. Living in the US I could never make proper dahi! Thanks . Will find and order one for myself now!
Ruchi has shown some very typical and daily northern Chinese cooking, which centers around wheat flour ingredients. In Shanghai and other southern chinese regions, cooking centers around rice as the main staple food. fyi, that's THE biggest difference in northern and southern chinese home cooking.
I love dip roti in Indian type curry or daal. Simple and tasty!
I love Chinese food thank you for showing Chinese food I love it and watching your daily vlogs
Ivan such a cuti pai.. i hope he will visit India soon
Hope Ruchi's family can visit you all some day in Shanghai or vice versa.
It was awesome di
Would like to know what all things they teach in china to kids in schools
Your mother in law is a great cook.
Lots of love from India.
I was eagerly waiting for your video and finally now you posted your video thank you so much
Its same as Malbar Parotta in Kerala .
Most authentic vlogs.
Ivan, is so cute. Love watching his cute movements.
Yogi On Leave
Kerala paratha/ malabar paratha is made in the same manner only thing it is rolled very thin almost transparent before applying oiling to make layers
Paratha looking so yummy
love your vlogs, and plzzzz let us know how you met Odin
Why don't you take full video of your husband Odin while he was eating.