The western food blogger blog, known as Western Food, is a blog that has been running since 2011 and has garnered nearly 50,000 likes on Facebook.
Its aim is to showcase a wide variety of western food, from Chinese to American and Western style cuisine.
A recent post on Western Food from a blogger who goes by the name of Mikki revealed her love for western food and how it’s helped her overcome some tough times in her life.
She wrote:I’m not alone.
Many of you are feeling the same as I do.
I’ve spent a lot of time looking for a new way to live, and this is a way to do it.
Western Food has been the site of plenty of controversy and criticism, but Mikki said she felt compelled to share her experience.
“I’m happy to share my story and how Western Food helped me overcome some hard times in my life,” she wrote.
“And if you’re not familiar with Western Food and its writers, they’re definitely worth reading.”
Mikki’s post has been shared over 6,000 times.
Her story is one of many in a growing trend of westerners embracing the food they love.
The blog, which was started by Mikki, has gained more than 7,000 subscribers since it launched in 2011.
Its mission is to “challenge the western world’s preconceived notions of what western food should be”.
Mikky said she has been fortunate enough to share the food she loves with friends and family, which has helped her to overcome some of the difficult times she had faced in her past.
“It has really helped me through tough times.
I was able to look at food and see it not as an object but as a person, who has been through a lot,” she said.
“I learned that I’m a person first and a food, and I’m grateful for the things Western food has given me.”
A post on Mikki’s blog in which she describes how she felt ‘uncomfortable’ in her own skinA recent article from Mikki about her experience of “being uncomfortable in my own skin” was shared by hundreds of readers.
Mikkai said she had been a victim of bullying at school, but was forced to change her outlook on life after she realised that being bullied had nothing to do with her appearance.
“For a while I just felt like ‘this is a big deal, I’m going to change my way of life and not be bullied’,” she said, adding that she realised she had to start taking action to fix her problems.
She said that “when I looked at my face, I was scared because I knew it looked a lot different than what I looked like”.
“But after I changed, I didn’t have to look like I looked anymore, I just looked like the person I was.”
Makki said that the advice she was given in her bullying incident had made her feel “less safe”, and she was able “to embrace the diversity of the western culture”.
She also found that western culture allowed her to find peace and love in her relationships, and that her life has been “better” since returning to the west.
A post about the ‘Western diet’Another recent post by Mikkis, about a “Western diet” which she said had made a big difference in her wellbeing, was shared more than 1,000 time.
It is believed that Mikki was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year and that she is currently undergoing chemo treatment.
The post, which also featured Mikki speaking to the media, had been shared more then 1,200 times.
“The Western diet has made a huge difference to my life.
I have a beautiful new body and I have been able to do a lot more in my career,” she writes.
I am not alone, you are all part of a beautiful world.
I want you to know how much I love Western food, love western culture and love western food bloggers.
You are the future of our country.
“Makkis post is also popular on Facebook, with many of her readers sharing it on the social media site.
It’s a way for me to live in freedom and peace. “
‘Western’ food is my food.
It’s a way for me to live in freedom and peace.
It can’t just be a food you can eat with your family, but it’s my way to feel good.
Western food is what I want to live for, and what makes me happy,” she says.
Many people have criticised Mikki for sharing her story, but she said that was because she wanted to spread her message and “show everyone how they can embrace Western culture”.
“I’ve been fortunate to have people like you who have taken