People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

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Avocados here in Mexico, pretty common and cheap.

1 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

It was supposed to be caviar, but now it's also unaffordable for us. *cries in Russian*


2 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Do maple syrup or poutine count? I know at the least, in university I had a friend who came up from the US and thought poutine was the greatest thing ever. Honestly, I'm kind of surprised more of the US hasn't adopted it. Fries, cheese curds, and gravy, sounds more like an American thing. Not sure what other country's opinions on it are.


3 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Water, our tap water is perfect and no local ever buys bottled (Iceland).


4 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Stroopwafel


5 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

An Indian prepared bajji on master chef Australia. Bajji is available at every 5 blocks or so. The whole recipe is cut onion/potato, coat it with gram flour and spice and fry. Indians who saw that surely laughed.



6 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Good French pastries and stuff like croissant and "pain au chocolat", we call them "viennoiserie" in French, no idea if there is a specific word for it in English.
Obviously in France they are super easy to find in any bakery and they are cheaper. It's so common that honestly not a lot of people do go buy some croissants every day.


7 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Krainer wurst or carniolan sausage, protected by EU for being Slovenian specialty that can only be made here but loved and eaten by millions of Germans and Austrians.


8 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Timtams


9 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Hmm, forest berries perhaps. I live in Finland. We have a lot of forests, so lot of berries such as blueberries and lingonberries. Everyman's Rights mean that you can just go and pick as much as you can find. It's kinda one of those things where if you live near any forested area, and are willing to spent time there come late summer, you'll probably have enough to last until next year in your freezer.


10 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Durian. The number of durian farmers who have found overnight wealth are astonishing due to export demand.


11 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Piña Coladas i guess. Here in PR you can get them absolutely everywhere with or without alcohol, it's mostly just a refreshing drink.


12 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Fried Chicken, it's actually become a special holiday meal in countries like japan where you have to reserve your bucket weeks in advance! (mainly because of clever marketing) But here, people would laugh so hard at that, cause it's just fried chicken!


13 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Goji berries. We put that stuff in our soups and many people pick that out when they drink the soup.


14 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Jamón serrano, here in Spain is really common and you can find very good product for a very affordable price.


15 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

I worked for a charity in Iraq for a year and we'd buy a dozen lamb chops for the equivalent of $5. That's like $60 to buy in the US and it's worse quality.


16 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

(Good) olive oil.


17 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

A good baguette. I've seen American tourist walk out of a bakery with like 12 of them. Slow down dude, they are made all day long, you don't need that many.


18 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

Pheasant. I grew up in South Dakota and we hunted pheasants every day during the season. In college it was a cheap source of food and ate it all the time. In Central and South American countries it is a delicacy and people could not believe I ate it every day.


19 People Call These Food Delicacy But The Locals Don't Agree (20 pics)

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