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106-year-old grandmother from Andhra Pradesh and her `Country Foods` is the new YouTube sensation!

A 106-year-old YouTuber from Andhra Pradesh is winning hearts with her cooking videos.

Mastanamma has more than 2,63,000 subscribers to her channel `Country Foods`, which is managed by media persons from Hyderabad, K Laxman and Srinath Reddy.

On her channel, Mastanamma is seen making various local delicacies, like egg curry, fish fry, watermelon chicken, using easily available ingredients.

Always clad in a simple saree, the 106-year-old chef cooks delicious dishes from scratch. Her simple cooking style and manner of presentation is winning hearts across the globe.

She got married at the age of 11 and had five children, of whom only one son is alive today. Her husband passed away when she was 22-year-old.

Mastanamma lives in a remote village called Gudivada in Andhra Pradesh’s Guntur district.

Watch one of her recipes here:

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