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31 Of The Weirdest Foods You Can Eat In America (31 pics)

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Only in America can you get sweet potato and marshmallow with a side of deep fried butter.

Olive Loaf

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Jell-O Salad


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Koolickles

“Koolickles, which are basically pickles brined in the various flavors of Kool-Aid powder. Mostly found in the Delta region of Mississippi. Google it, it is a real thing.”


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Chicken and Waffles


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Scrapple, aka Pork Mush


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Grits

“Grits. I mean, I’m from the South. Many people put lots of butter and/or salt in it… Basically just a gooey mess.”



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Deep-Fried Butter


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Chitterlings

“Chitterlings smell horrible but taste pretty good. If you can get over the fact that you’re eating pig intestines, then you’ll be fine.”


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Kraft Singles


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Ambrosia Salad


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Sloppy Joes


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Pop-Tarts


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Chicken-Fried Steak


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Tater Tot Casserole

“Cream-based casseroles. Like this tater tot casserole recipe, which calls for:
Ground beef
Frozen Tater Tots
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 can of evaporated milk”


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Red-Eye Gravy, aka Poor Man’s Gravy

“Red-eye gravy. It is salty ham juices with coffee (or sometimes cola) mixed in. Yuck. I think someone, long ago, spilled their drink in the pan drippings and decided it would do as gravy.”


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Gumbo

“I’m from Louisiana, and I think gumbo is really odd. It’s just different types of food mixed together. It has things like crawfish, shrimp, corn, and other random things that we want to put in it. I really don’t care for gumbo, so I never eat it.”


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Fry Sauce

“Fry sauce is pretty weird, I guess — it’s ketchup and mayonnaise mixed! And I know it’s only around in certain parts of the U.S. It’s so great, though, I love it!”


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Twinkies


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Sweet Potato and Marshmallow


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Burgoo


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Green Bean Casserole

“Green bean casserole. Tater Tot casserole. Basically any casserole that has ingredients that can’t be identified by sight and/or look like they have already been eaten.”


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Peeps


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The Doughnut Burger

“Concoctions: Bacon Smores. Burgers between doughnuts. Fried cereal cheese puffs. I mean, I see half these weird food combinations and it’s just revolting. American food gets such a bad rep and these things explain why. However, I will attest that throughout the U.S. there actually are really amazing homemade and healthy traditional food representing those areas. Not all the U.S. food is a sugar-injected, deep-fried nightmare.”


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Mayonnaise

“Mayonnaise is basically just egg yolks and vinegar, mixed. It’s too thick for its own good, smells of rotten eggs, and, its complexion is the only thing whiter than Iggy Azalea. 0/10, would not eat.”


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Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwiches

“PEANUT BUTTER AND BANANA SANDWICHES. Why on earth would you put banana slices on bread?! So weird!”


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Rocky Mountain Oysters

“Rocky Mountain oysters: If you can’t call something what it actually is (testicles), maybe we shouldn’t be eating it.”


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Cincinnati Chili

“Cincinnati chili — spaghetti with chili with cheese. Could not be more gross.”


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Chicken Gizzards

“Southern food in general can be a bit unsettling for many, even within America, but outside the South: grits, cornbread, boudin, chicken gizzards, crawfish, butter beans, fried green tomatoes, okra (fried, boiled, or pickled), peanuts in Coke.”


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Pickled Pigs Feet

“I think this is just a Southern thing, but pickled pig feet and pickled eggs. When I was a kid, people used to sell them in their ice cream trucks. My mom used to eat it all the time. Whenever she bit into it, juice from the pig feet would drip, making a mess. The smell is also unsettling too.”


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Meatloaf


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The KFC Double Down Sandwich
“The flippin’ Double Down from KFC. TOO MUCH.”


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№1 Author: Dirk The Impailer (25 Mar 2015 02:30) Total user comments: 7


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I honestly don't get how 75% of the things on this list -- especially meat loaf and gumbo -- are considered to be gross in any way. This is one of the most bizarre things I have ever seen on acid cow...
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№2 Author: JALKMFE (25 Mar 2015 04:51) Total user comments: 0


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Where are you from, Acidcow producer? Gumbo, meatloaf, spaghetti + chilli + cheeese is gross for you? are you a vegan teenager from France? GTFO
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№3 Author: ScaryEmu (25 Mar 2015 07:46) Total user comments: 0


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Since when is Mayo only found in America?
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№4 Author: G HILL (25 Mar 2015 08:15) Total user comments: 0


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many of these things are very tasty. Meatloaf is limited only by the ingredients you use.as are many of the home made items.
I was amused to read mayonnaise was invented by the french..........
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№5 Author: Ben2017 (25 Mar 2015 09:01) Total user comments: 2043


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most look delicious
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№6 Author: SL (25 Mar 2015 11:31) Total user comments: 0


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Mayonnaise - that sounds like the weirdest of the lot. It's a good thing it hasn't "left" america and made it around the world. Oh wait...
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№7 Author: Simulation78 (25 Mar 2015 14:24) Total user comments: 0


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Had the Asian version of the KFC double down in Singapore... it was nasty
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№8 Author: spock (25 Mar 2015 14:41) Total user comments: 0


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A lot of these arent just american or gross
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№9 Author: joe cool (25 Mar 2015 14:56) Total user comments: 7


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everything on here looks tastey except the cincinatti chili. but i'd try it too. i'm from the deep south so i eat most of these anyway
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№10 Author: Phynix4 (25 Mar 2015 15:07) Total user comments: 5461


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if grits is just a "gooey mess" then you don't know how to cook it.
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№11 Author: Tomaz86 (25 Mar 2015 15:26) Total user comments: 10834


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The cause of being so fat. :07:
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№12 Author: madec (25 Mar 2015 19:24) Total user comments: 0


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Mayonnaise : "smells of rotten eggs" wtf ?
The guy who wrote this is a complete idiot.
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№13 Author: popsmoke (25 Mar 2015 23:01) Total user comments: 0


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WTF?! Cincinnati Chili is bomb!
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№14 Author: No1 (26 Mar 2015 00:36) Total user comments: 1468


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I from the US and I wouldn't touch many of these things. Though many aren't that odd. Burgoo and gumbo are just stews. Pretty much every culture has a common stew.

Peeps are just marshmallow. Nothing strange about those. Common confection you can find all over the world. These just happen to be shaped like birds.
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№15 Author: tacet (26 Mar 2015 09:08) Total user comments: 49


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Surprisingly, there are only a few items in here that came from America. Even less are the number of items that are eaten only in America. To whoever the commenter is - Sweet potato with marshmallows is called Sweet Potato Casserole and it is very, very old and European. Pigs feet are basically a Russian dish, mayonnaise is French etc.
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№16 Author: Boomer (27 Mar 2015 21:08) Total user comments: 181


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Article was obviously written by a food snob.
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№17 Author: ITSUNOTME (28 Mar 2015 01:56) Total user comments: 0


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Obviously the person who posted this knows nothing of US cuisine or country cooking. First of all mayonnaise is egg and oil not egg and vinegar. Some people may use a small amount of vinegar in it. Secondly, most of dishes are from the south and are not readily eaten on a daily basis the US population. That's like saying everyone in China eats bugs.
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№18 Author: adzhoe (16 May 2015 04:24) Total user comments: 15020


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Seems to be a single persons' ignorant, narrow minded point of view.
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