Having a quiet afternoon and think you might like to watch someone binge their way through Korean barbecue or an In-N-Out burger? Look no further.
The social video platform Twitch, best known as a place for people to live stream their video gameplay, launched a new experimental category called “social eating” Friday. While YouTube has long been a source of competitive eating clips — Kinoshita Yuka’s infamous 100 pieces of bread challenge, for example — Twitch is also creating a home for masticating voyeurism.
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According to Twitch, the new category was inspired by Twitch’s users in South Korea, where eating dinner in front of a webcam, or mukbang, has turned some people …