GIANT SEAFOOD on Africa’s Biggest Island! Catch and Cook with Primitive Technology!

GIANT SEAFOOD on Africa’s Biggest Island! Catch and Cook with Primitive Technology!

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Special thanks to Joel and Ramartour Madagascar for helping us capture the undiscovered parts of Madagascar. Go on your own tour of Madagascar with Ramartour and follow them on Instagram for more Madagascar info: @ramartour_madagascar
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ADDRESS: Manakara, Madagascar

?CASSAVA: Boil cassava in water for 30 minutes. Once soft, mash the cassava, mixing in crushed peanuts until the texture is similar to mashed potatoes.

?BREADFRUIT: Boil the breadfruit until soft, then add a bit of salt and mash.

?SHRIMP: Sauté shrimp with onion and tomato. Add cassava leaves on top and allow it to boil in water to create a shrimp soup.

?TUNA: Cut the tuna into sections and put it in a hot steel pot. Add in fried onion, tomato and salt and allow it to steam until cooked through.

?(What the heck? Where’s the lobster emoji?) LOBSTER: Cut the lobster down the center and grill to perfection!

?PRICE: Tuna 2.26 USD/8,000 MGA per kg (our tuna cost 10 USD) | Rainbow Lobster 5 USD/18,000 MGA
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36 Responses

  1. Best Ever Food Review Show says:

    Thanks so much for watching! Follow me on Instagram for more fun food videos! @BestEverFoodReviewShow

    If you’re traveling through Madagascar you NEED a guide you can trust. Ramar Tour Madagascar put together an incredible itinerary for us and they can do the same for you.

    Next time you’re in Vietnam, hit up Onetrip for an amazing tour:

    • Leslie Corners says:

      Please avoid using words like primitive

    • f4n21d 9 says:

      Sunny, do you know that local people in madagascar is mixed with indonesian people ? Hundreds year ago prisoners from indonesia taken away by dutch colonial to madagascar and abandoned them in there.

      You can see the foods is particularly kind of similar with i indonesian street food. And some faces of local people in madagascar, they have an asian looking too.

    • BIGBOB 4RUNNER says:

      The breadfruit you can order it in Puerto Rico

  2. Pharaoh Jackson says:

    Dude come to Jamaica we got all kinds of ways we cooking breadfruit

  3. NightCrawller says:

    One thing i noticed in your Madagascar tour is that there are lots of smiles and no frowns. Happy people!

  4. JacquiMukoowu says:

    THE EDITING IS SUPERB!!! U make me miss my continent. Thank u .

  5. Karen neeskens says:

    WOW, It’s Insane to see the Chinese mitten carb being an invasive specie in madagascar while a 300gram single crab in China/Asia can cost up to 90usd. That’s just amazing lol.

  6. Doug Page says:

    No other travel vlogger has brought & made you feel like part of the story like you have! Bravo

  7. BintangRp18 says:

    this is literally the best ever food review show ever???

  8. Oni Alabre says:

    it reminds of that movie Atlantis: lost empire, with that rainbow crab they ate. Maybe that was inspired by that crab. idk.

  9. Jonathan Tan says:

    Love your sincerity and respect for the food and the people wherever you go. Thank you for your videos! 🙂

  10. K-TV says:

    i love how he respects the culture, the food, and the people wherever he goes. you rarely see famous travel/food vloggers like him! much love from the PH! ??

  11. BentLeey says:

    I like how involved, positive, and respectful you are when you eat with other culturally different people! ❤️❤️
    P.S. that lobster though! ????

  12. rashard D'Auvergne says:

    Bread fruit, cassava you find all that in the Caribbean and more

  13. Antoila80 says:

    The more I watch your shows, the more I feel you love meeting different people and cultures as much as you love the food. It’s a cheesy thing to say but you’re bringing the world together, one plate at a time! ??

  14. Millennial Travel Confessions says:

    Rainbow lobster for $5!? That is crazy!

  15. Millennial Travel Confessions says:

    Props to the executive chef having to cook 3 times a day and breathing in all that smoke!

  16. Tamara Ebieyerin says:

    Dear Sonny;
    May Our Heavenly Father bless you and keep you on all your journeys as you continue to bring people and families all over the world joy with your show even though I don’t eat most of the food I see on the show.

  17. Uchiha Ikoy says:

    I don’t think that’s it. This crab appears to have some kind of orange algae, moss, or fungus growing on it. Can’t tell if it’s symbiotic or parasitic but either way, I don’t think the crab is growing the “fur” (check out the claw area). The Chinese Mitten Crab actually has a brown hair growth but localized only around it’s claw and NOT the rest of it’s body … looking like it’s wearing mittens.

  18. TheExtremeEvoker says:

    This is real quality. A lot of channels like JoeysWorldTour just eats fast foods that everyone has eaten before. And they do eating challenges that are absolutely DISGUSTING. Like the cheese sauce challenge and the Nutella challenge. And the ASMR challenges made be throw up.

    This guy actually eats something that you won’t really eat in your daily life, and it’s more like a vlog where he interacts with the people.

  19. G_Crimeboss says:

    those sea is full of food because they dont over fish there… the sea food live very long thats why they that big

  20. David Si says:

    These people never get depressed the way we do in western society! Simple life livin’ is best for your health, this is proof!!

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