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A little competition is always healthy. And when it comes to food, it’s even better. Not to mention when it’s about the size of the food. Giant food or miniature food—who will win?! In this video, we’ll show you the gigantic version of some of our favorite foods and miniature ones that can fit in the tiniest pocket. The competition begins with a giant Oreo cookie. Imagine all the delicious filling inside. Then, we’ll move on to chicken nuggets that are simply out of this world.
The next food really gives “large fries” a whole other meaning. And we would definitely order them! But enough of yummy giants. Let’s take a look at tiny, little vegetables in the smallest market ever and other foods. These aren’t edible, and that’s good news because we’d need thousands of them to satisfy our hunger. We’ll show you a mini pretzel, miniature tomatoes, and even a small cauliflower. Check them out!
0:09 – Giant Oreo cookie
2:28 – Huge chicken nuggets
4:15 – Large fries
6:10 – Tiny pretzel
8:26 – Miniature tomatoes
10:31 – Small cauliflower
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