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American Eats Pakistan!! From Street Food to Strange Food!!

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Where is the Pakistan?

Pakistan occupies an area of 881,913 in South Asia. Located at the juncture of the Indian and Eurasian plates, the country is highly prone to earthquakes due to plate tectonics.

The country can be divided into three major geographic zones as observed on the physical map of the country above. These are the highlands in the north, the plain of the Indus River, and the Balochistan Plateau. The country also shares the Thar Desert with India along its eastern border.

The northern mountain region features some really high peaks of the Karakoram, Hindu Kush, and Himalayan mountain ranges. The world’s second-highest peak, Mount K2, is located in Pakistan. The peak has been marked on the map and is also the highest point in the country at 8,611 m or 28,250 ft. Over half the peaks in this northern highland region of Pakistan are above 4,500m.

The Indus River and its tributaries drain a large part of the country. The Indus River rises in southwestern Tibet and drains into the Arabian Sea. The course of the river in Pakistan has been marked on the map.

The Balochistan Plateau is located at the eastern edge of the Iranian Plateau and the region is very dry and sparsely populated. The mountainous areas of the west-central, along the border with Afghanistan, include the Ras Koh, Safed Koh, and Toba Kakar ranges.


What is Pakistan food?

Pakistani cuisine (Urdu: پاکستانی پکوانpākistānī pakwān) can be characterized by a blend of various regional cooking traditions from South Asia, Central and Western Asia, as well as elements from its Mughal legacy. The country’s various cuisines are derived from its ethnic and cultural diversity.

Pakistani cuisine is based on Halal principles, which forbids pork and alcohol consumption in accordance with Sharia, the religious laws of Islam.

International cuisine and fast food are popular in major cities such as Islamabad and Karachi; blending local and foreign recipes (fusion food), such as Pakistani Chinese cuisine, is also common in large urban centers. As a result of lifestyle changes, ingredients such as masala (mixed and ready-to-use spices) and ghee (clarified butter) are becoming increasingly popular.

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  1. looks like she is an indian, next time better sit sit with pakistan for pakistan food.
    what ever, she is 100% correct. she told india no beef some place india there is beef selling restornents.
    looks she pricing noth india except bengal and south india.
    choose right partner. fair and truth telling womens

  2. She is very brave going hijabless in a country where the religion says women are public property if they are not wearing hijab.

  3. All Pakistani is not wellcoming. This is the speciality of pashtoon only they wellcome the guest I give you the correct information. understand

  4. I respect both countries Pakistan and India. There culture, people,food everything. And I love the content of this channel but in this video i found an error! In the map while showing Hindustan you showed Nepal too which is incorrect so I humbly request you to make the correction.
    Jay mahakali Jay mahakal Jay NEPAL 🇳🇵

  5. Wow! 220 million people! That is a LOT. The mountains in Pakistan, I wish I could go someday. Such beautiful valleys!

  6. What I've mainly learned from this show is that American is food is tame af lol. We look so lame in comparison to east asians who will eat absolutely anything.