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Life In 360°: Fajitas For Thought

They say, do they not, that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. That getting some food inside you at the beginning of your activities is good for fuelling not only your physical activity but kickstarting your brain into action – and without so much as a monetary pledge.

Life In 360° / 360 Degree VideoIt was while answering a friend’s question on the subject of food I was suddenly reminded of Tastemade. It’s been over a year since we last featured them on Life In 360° and I figured now would be a good time to check back in with them. Sadly, it seems they’re no longer producing 360 degree videos, which is a shame because their little kitchen adventures were actually quite a neat way of using the technology with what they were doing in post production.

If you’re not familiar with Tastemade they are “a global community of food and travel lovers” and their videos often feature both, taking in the sights and culture not just with their eyes but with their stomachs too. To give an example of their content in the last few weeks we’ve had videos on meals from everything from a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich, Filipino pancit miki guisado, asparagus egg drop soup and Korean candied fried chicken wings. Okay, maybe only one of those is actually ‘suitable’ for breakfast, but that’s not the point.

Besides today’s video is hardly typical breakfast fayre either. We’re back into the Tastemade kitchen, complete with its farmhouse style motif that I grow increasingly jealous of. What’s being made though is anything but farmhouse-like either as contributor Julie Nolke whips up some tex-mex food to make your taste buds pop with some root beer fajitas.

If you’d like to see more from Tastemade we’ve previously featured them making some delicious looking cheesy breakfast tacos with bacon and avocado relish and Guy Turland showcased his take on some classic surf and turf with a lobster roll. Maybe we’ll visit them again somewhere down the line? Life In 360° is back in a couple of days at the same time to delve once again into all things 360 degrees.