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Video of Navajo Grandmother Making ‘Frybread’ Has People Obsessed

Watching our family members cook is so much fun. You learn tips and tricks to make your food taste great. Whether you’re observing mom, dad, or grandparents, seeing a person cook is valuable. If you’re blessed to have your grandparents or great-grandparents alive, seeing them use family recipes is a treat. Many people aren’t fortunate to know their extended family. But when you do, it’s priceless.

In a TikTok video by content creator @cowboy_woolboy, he shows us his great-grandmother making frybread. Frybread is a flatbread tradition among many Native tribes. But Navajo frybread is typically made with flour, water, salt, and baking powder. Let’s watch his great-grandmother in action. People have so much respect for this woman.

Isn’t his great-grandmother adorable? She looks so sweet and caring. We’re positive her food is filled with love. Let’s see how the TikTok community feels about her. User @Jo Gma Beck said, “I love how grandma spun it. I’m a spinner too. Looks sooo good.” @Eric Bahe replied, “Yummmmmmm.” User @Dana revealed, “I’m always jealous of people who still have their grandparents, especially grandmas. Cherish her. She’s the “home” to everything.” @Tammy Sisco asked, “Why does Grandma's bread always taste 1000x better?” @T@sh observed, “I love masaní outfit! How she put herself together. I swear they have their own flare. Nizhoní eh shimasaní.”

Yes, this woman knows what she’s doing. She’s so comfortable waiting for her frybread to finish. If you enjoyed this video, please check out @cowboy_woolboy’s TikTok channel. It’s full of family-friendly content you don’t want to miss.

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