What is Eating With My Five Senses?

Translating Food Media brings new voices and perspectives to the table. If we want to understand each other better and open up the dialogue, we need to start by learning more about each other. One way is to have original Food Media content captioned and translated so that it's accessible to everyone ("Why Aren't We Translating Food Media")

Welcome to Eating With My Five Senses! We showcase in this blog a Curated Collection of Culinary Videos and make them accessible through English and Spanish Captions and Subtitles. This project was born out of a deep personal desire to help promote learning, understanding, and tolerance by encouraging people to explore and discover other cultures, people, and traditions through a common aspect that is so basic for all human beings: Food.


We CURATE the videos that will be featured on the blog. We watch A LOT of food video content, and we select the videos we have enjoyed watching and learning from.


We CAPTION, SUBTITLE, and TRANSLATE all the videos to ENGLISH and SPANISH. The videos will be available in their original language (captions) allowing access to the deaf-and-hard-of-hearing communities and those who want to watch it with translation in English or Spanish (subtitles).


Once the videos are captioned and subtitled, they are PUBLISHED on the BLOG (without affecting the original video) and SHARED regularly through different social media channels like Facebook and Instagram


Adding new video content in Eating With My Five Senses with Captions and Subtitles is a LABOR OF LOVE and is self-funded.  So far, the work is done in the evenings and weekends.

(Photos from Unsplash)

You can SUPPORT US in the following way:
  • SPREAD THE VOICE about this blog and invite more people to watch these videos with English Captions and Subtitles so that they can also enjoy or learn from the content!
  • You can make a one-time or a monthly DONATION through Patreon and Ko-fi so that the Captions and Subtitles remain FREE for anyone to view and enjoy.

Thank You!

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