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The Difference Between America's Food And The Rest Of The World (10 pics)

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Americans love these foods and they've become accustomed to having them served to them a certain way. In other countries though, these foods are very, very different.

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№1 Author: hugo31 (1 Oct 2014 01:49) Total user comments: 521


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#2 what to do at 3am?...in Chile we think ahead and ask the "old baker" enough bread for a day and a half.
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№2 Author: zoltarpanaflex (1 Oct 2014 02:21) Total user comments: 5


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The assumption that all Americans eat that dreck is really inaccurate.
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№3 Author: Slugsie (1 Oct 2014 02:45) Total user comments: 1575


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So many of these are utterly wrong. Peanut butter not common outside the USA? Are you kidding me?
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№4 Author: Paul (1 Oct 2014 03:33) Total user comments: 0


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No body outside of the south likes "grits"? Apparently you've never heard of polenta. IT"S THE SAME THING!!!
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№5 Author: alexacrow (1 Oct 2014 04:09) Total user comments: 1164


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Slugsie, I know, right?

peanut butter and jelly on a slice of bread is my kids favorite.
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№6 Author: No1 (1 Oct 2014 04:21) Total user comments: 1494


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An attempt at being elitist. There aren't just big cities and mass-produced food in the US.
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№7 Author: MWarrior (1 Oct 2014 06:08) Total user comments: 1024


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What a poorly thought-out post consisting of stereotypes that nobody's ever even heard of.

- Processed cheese singles are sold on a tiny after-thought part of a shelf in the gigantic cheese sections in any supermarket.
- "The plump old baker"?
- "Peanut butter isn't popular outside the US"?
- "Pancakes in funny shapes"... where?
- And what person over the age of 5 uses the word "sammy"?

Who came up with this crap? :/
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№8 Author: weeeeeeeeeeeeeeak (1 Oct 2014 07:25) Total user comments: 0


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Written by a Yankee

#4 - Grits rock
#9 - Sweet Tea not Iced Tea - iced tea is just bitter brown water
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№9 Author: french toast (1 Oct 2014 09:27) Total user comments: 0


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Amurican know nothing about cheese and food in general, you eat very disgusting food
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№10 Author: Aindy (1 Oct 2014 10:39) Total user comments: 2863


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1 Cheese - I think we made so much fun about american cheese over the last few decades that they heard. You can buy good cheese there now too, but the standard cheese is still going strong, taking on many flavours and colours to give it new names (rubber texture still the same). Best off buying imported or very local.

2 Bread - Living in ireland we do not have a bakery at every corner. We mostly use sliced pan, but things are changing. I heard thogh that if you squash an american sliced bread, it will assume its proper shape like a sponge. If your bread does that do not eat it!

3 Cereal - Most countries use warm cereal? No. Its muesli with cold milk or its called porridge. (Also sugary cereals but a little less sugar)

5 Beef Jerky - Best thing in the US. Hard to find in ireland. Only option is a cheap brand and its crazily overpriced. Wish they made it here. Though i know a south african butcher who does something similar, but not the same.

9 Iced Tea - Iced tea cannot be compared to tea. Otherwise start comparing cream with ice cream.

10 Pancakes - US pancakes arent really pancakes, so your argument is invalid. (No raising agents in a pancake. A crepe is closer, but still different.)
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№11 Author: styopa (1 Oct 2014 17:22) Total user comments: 1273


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I can think of a number of foods that USED to be 100% crap in America, but are so much better now (or at least you have commonly-available better alternatives):
1) coffee - used to be dark dishwater.
2) breads
3) cheeses
4) much more seafood in the interior of the country

OTOH, European countries (as far as I can tell) are getting much better meat generally AND start to understand the advantages of food+CONVENIENCE.
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№12 Author: feu (1 Oct 2014 22:36) Total user comments: 0


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the point is that processed food uses to much chemicals to last longer. its not always about food preferences.
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№13 Author: MWarrior (1 Oct 2014 23:22) Total user comments: 1024


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"the standard cheese is still going strong, taking on many flavours and colours to give it new names"
"if you squash an american sliced bread, it will assume its proper shape like a sponge."
"Beef Jerky - Best thing in the US"
"Iced tea cannot be compared to tea"
"US pancakes aren't really pancakes"

Well, now we know who wrote the article...
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№14 Author: GojusJoe (1 Oct 2014 23:28) Total user comments: 7


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There is this one person on the Acid Cow staff who comes up with these ridiculously stupid and hateful stereotypes of Americans, white women, and other targets of politically correct rubbish. This person needs to be fired. I guarantee you that this person has never shopped in a market outside of North America. Pure rubbish.
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№15 Author: Poojabber (2 Oct 2014 00:21) Total user comments: 0


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Dumb post.

I dont live in America and I eat all this shit.
I am however also the size of an average american. :(
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№16 Author: MWarrior (2 Oct 2014 18:09) Total user comments: 1024


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