These eating and cooking videos might just make you feel tingly inside

Would you watch a video of a person eating a bowl of noodles?
/ PHOTO CREDIT: Kellie Hynes

Do you ASMR?

Standing for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, ASMR is a term used to describe pleasing, tingling sensations experienced through stimuli such as whispering, soft talking, light touches and methodical sounds.

ASMR videos — of people doing things like making mozzarella sticks, eating sandwiches and baking cakes — are racking up millions of pageviews on YouTube, and for some, helps improve their focus and reduces pain.

Read AJC food editor Ligaya Figueras’ column on ASMR videos, and scroll down to check out some ASMR videos for yourself.

Making nutella crepes

Eating black bean noodles


Making fried chicken


Eating pickles


Making no-bake cheesecake


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