Can I Make A Greek Recipe That Has Been Translated 20 Times?

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00:00 Intro
00:47 Step 1
01:33 Step 2
03:04 Step 3
04:33 Step 4
06:15 Step 5
07:36 Step 6
08:03 Step 7
08:58 Step 8
09:20 Step 9
10:05 Step 10
10:45 Step 11
11:14 Step 12
11:25 Final Dish
11:45 Taste Test

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23 Replies to “Can I Make A Greek Recipe That Has Been Translated 20 Times?”

  1. At one point Mimo just stopped trying to make sense of the translated recipe and was doing whatever she wanted and then making it make sense to the translation,😂

    Her voice and manner of speaking is so calm….

    Love love love this series

  2. These videos are so fun, love them! Please consider some alternate wording to "powwow" for a quick meeting of this type. Powwows are an active, sacred tradition in Native communities. Confab (short for confabulation) is a popular choice!

  3. Honestly, I would NOT be mad in the slightest if someone served me spanakopita that had chicken in it, even though it's not in the recipe. It feels like a more complete meal I could eat by itself since it has protein.

  4. the fact I knew what she was making and was like baby baby nooooo don't do that 😭😭

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