YouTube Foodie Phenom Tastes More Israeli Treats

Emmy, who samples snacks from all over the world, gets a second package from an Israeli fan.


Emmy, the Internet sensation who samples international snack foods and tells YouTube viewers about them, on Monday uploaded another video featuring Israeli snacks – this time ranging from flat pretzel rounds to strawberry Bamba to an old-time layered marmalade sweet.

Emmy first tried Israeli treats such as the regular peanut butter-flavored Bamba, halvah and Bissli last year, but received another package from an Israeli fan named Mr. T with a different selection.

"My gut's officially busted," she says at the end of her latest video "Emmy Eats Israel Part 2."

After thanking Mr. T for sending her the selection of Israeli treats, she tells her Israeli friends, "there are several more Israeli episodes to come." Stay tuned.

In recent weeks, Emmy has tried treats both sweet and savory snacks from such far-flung places as Wales, Spain, Haiti, Malaysia and Switzerland.

Emmy shows off her strawberry-flavored Bamba.Credit: emmymadeinjapan via YouTube

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