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Do they have a section dedicated to "American" where you live? What kind of foods do they put there?
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>>15098564
I've not seen one, but I do remember it was about 5-10 years ago when they first started selling reece's peanut butter cups here, they're pretty tasty.
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m&ms are a mars product, do british people not have them normally?
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does the uk not sell normal peanut butter?
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Sometimes Aldi does an "American week"
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>>15098758
We have no shortage of peanut butter varieties but evidently someone decided Jif was iconically american.

I gotta admit the imported mike&ikes are pretty good but they cost 3x as much as anything local.
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>>15098751
We've had the crispy, peanut and chocolate ones forever but I don't recognise the green or red packages.

>>15098758
I've never been to a shop that doesn't have several different kinds, and usually their own brand too. Is Jif different to normal peanut butter?
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>>15098768
>YIPPIE - YA - YEAH!
lmfao
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>>15098768
Why the fuck are Trader Joe's foods being served in an Aldi?
>packaged burgers and bagels
>pickles
>SANDWICH SAUCE
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>>15098768
>sandwich sauce
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In the brief time I lived in London, they had something called american style hot dogs in the grocery stores. These were tinned sausages in brine.
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>>15098790
Aldi owns Trader Joe
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>>15098564
Every now and then at lidl. Its mostly cookies, peanut butter, pancakes, etc.
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>>15098768
Lidl is doing it too
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>>15098802
Well shit i had no idea!
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>>15098790
Aldi was actually split between two brothers; one (Karl) owned Aldi Sud and the other (Theo) owned Aldi Nord in Germany (Aldi is short for Albrecht-Diskont, Albrecht being their last name). Aldi Nord owns Trader Joe's, while Aldi Sud has their own stuff as just Aldi in the US.
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American section in Sweden has the most disgustingly unhealthy foods
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>>15098564
There's often a tex-mex section in supermarkets
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>>15098855
>wild west beef nuggets
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More Swedish American grocery
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Ausssie section has it here
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oh say can you see
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>>15098768
>YIPPIE-YA-YEAH
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Burger here. I never even thought about the possibility that we could have "Sections" at stores in other countries. It just never fucking occurred to me.
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>>15098776
Jif has molasses in it (I believe you would call it treacle).
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>>15098877
Don't foreign stores selling American cereal have to cover up anything stating that it is any way slightly nutritious?
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>>15098564
The UK section in our store here in burger-land is the same way. Snacks and sweets from there.
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>>15098768
>>15098831
what the fuck is up with the world thinking we have a "sandwich sauce"
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>>15098914
I looked it up, it's just thousand island dressing.
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What im learning is that other countries think we love cereal and thousand island dressing.
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>>15098962
It's mostly because those things might not exist in that form in a lot of other countries. Barbecue sauce was real hard to find back when I was in Brazil.
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When my friend visited and stayed with a family in france for a few moths, she said the grocery store "american" aisles would have things like cheese whiz and other types of cheese sprays.
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>>15098768
this image is fucking with me.
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Here in the UK it looks like this most of the time
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>>15098970
>other countries don't have BBQ sauce
wat. it's sugar syrup you put on your meats/carbs/veggies/whatever. what culture literally says no thanks to fucking sugar.
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We have a british/jewish aisle at my grocery store with aero bars and wine gums. It's going to be 90% candy obviously because that's what sells. If I wanted faggots in gravy or whatever brits eat I vould just cook it myself.
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It's weird seeing what few items get picked as "American" when most of these either don't exist or aren't really all that popular.

Like breakfast cereal and candy selections are definitely a thing we have a lot of options for but the ones they choose as representative of American food are weird.
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>>15099188
Where the fuck do you live where you think that's what BBQ is and that it's normal to be used on veggies?
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>>15098849
>all the shit most likely found in a trailer park
I'd be disappointed if they didn't do this intentionally.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8gJVbAR-MM
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>>15098846
That has been debunked
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>>15099188
what the fuck retard?
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Why are thirdies so fucking stupid bros? Is it the lack of freedom
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>>15098768
>yippee-ya-yeah
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>>15098564
I buy at HEB so the whole thing is american
in mexico
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>>15099258
Holy fuck this was revolting.
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>>15099356
>doesn't put in the effort to quote it correctly

weak
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i'm french and the store i often shop in has a single shelf of "american" products with reese's cups and various exotic flavors of snickers, fanta and dr pepper
it's also expensive as shit
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>>15098564
Literally just candy & cereal. All you amerifags are good for is sugar. Sometimes they might have sweet baby rays, first ingredient corn syrup.
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>>15099416
Don't forget our fantastic jerky meats
>pic related in Scotland
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>>15098849
>North American
>USA Flag
Where the fuck is the Canadian section?
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>>15099422
We have our own Jack's links, they use NZ beef so I don't trust them. Kiwi's don't even have cows.
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This Is The American Section In A New Zealand Grocery Store.
>Nice Cajun section on the bottom lol
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>>15099500
that entire 3rd row is only movie theater snacks
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>>15098564
Part of it would probably be illegal here. Due to health/ingredients reasons. As much as I give shit to burgers for what they eat, some of their trash-sweet food looks absolutely tempting and I'd love to try it.
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No wonder we are so fucking obese in the eyes of the rest of the world. What the fuck is all this nonsense
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>>15099517
>Part of it would probably be illegal here.
where do you live that sweet food is illegal?
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>>15099178
>Pepsi wild cherry
oh nice
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>>15099481
what would they put in it? bagged milk? cheese curds?
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>>15099255
>found in a trailer park
It's mostly generic cake stuff though? And like...marshmallows which are hardly trailer trash good.
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>>15098751
In most of the world Nestlé Smarties are the dominant candy covered chocolate pieces. They don't really push them hard here because of M&Ms and vice versa. Kinda sucks that our Smarties are flavored chalk.
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>>15099535
Yes, and also Kraft Dinner, and a Poutine mix
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>>15099540
In Australia smarties are just for kids & m&ms are the main one.
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>>15099567
I hate to break it to you but m&ms are also for kids
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>>15099599
Kids aren't allowed peanuts these days. You certainly couldn't bring them to a school.
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>>15098564
Saw one the other day, the Reeses Puffs were €8.65 or something
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>>15099599
Nah he's right, everyone likes some sweets at the cinema in the UK, they sell M&Ms there but not smarties, because smarties are only for kids.
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>>15099611
>the Reeses Puffs were €8.65 or something
fuck right off
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>>15098564
> be american
> go to grocery store
> british food section is just jewish food

top kek
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>>15099496
Dairy cows is our biggest national industry
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>>15098970
But women with plastic surgery wasnt haha
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>>15098768
>Yippie-ya-yeah!
Every so often, I thank God I am not a German.
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>>15098855
As it should be.
The main problem with decadent or saccharine American food is that foreigners (and, indeed, dumber Americans) end up believing you're intended to eat it at every meal, as opposed to on rare occasions to break up the monotony of health.
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>>15099780
We all know you only have sheep. Also hangi sucks for the record.
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>>15099422
What actually is A1 sauce? I've been told it's similar to Heinz brown sauce but I have serious doubts anyone would put that on a steak.
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>>15098564
I went to an American supermarket today (I usually shop at produce markets, Asian stores, or specialty grocers). They didn't have pork belly. I couldn't believe it. Bacon in 5 different "flavors" but no pork belly. I asked the gentleman at the meat counter if they had pork belly available and he said "nope, just bacon.." and seemed a little disappointed.
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>>15098831
those curly fries taste just like mcdicks curly fries
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>>15099847
It's more like Worcestershire sauce but in a proper condiment viscosity
>>15099823
The only people who think Hangi is good are the same people who enjoy picrelated "Boilup"
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>>15099892
>more like Worcestershire sauce
Huh. I am still a bit unsure why someone would put that on a steak, but more power to them I guess.
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>>15099847
I can't compare, but A1 did originate in the UK.
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>>15099847
a viscous sort of tangy and savory sauce. kinda tastes like vinegar and tomato paste if I were to guess. I wouldnt put it on any piece of meat unless it was cooked by a retard and ruined.
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>>15099912
Worcestershire is the GOAT beef marinade for stews etc
HP is just the sauce version
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>>15099919
i have a bottle in my fridge for some reason and tasted it, it’s pretty much thick worchestershire sauce as >>15099892 said
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>>15099932
never thought to marinate the meat in it. when I make stews I typically just add a few dashes of the sauce to each bowl.
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>>15099932
I'll have to keep that in mind!
>>15099919
I can't say I've seen anyone promote using it on steaks on here, so that sounds about right.
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In France Carrefour has a aisle for "world" product and it include extremely overpriced imported shit like 5 euros for peanut butter an 2 euros per dr pepper can. but other than that nothing is really "american", we have burgers with the other meat, burger buns with bread, cereals are their own shit and so on.
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>>15098768
Are germans really this cringe inducing?
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>>15098758
Yes just not reeces pieces. It has choco over it anon, its not as healthy.
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>>15099954
>>15099950
Only a few tbsp Worcestershire sauce on the beef, in the fridge overnight.
Cube beef, brown with onion,garlic
Into the stew, if it tastes needs to be richer add Vegemite 1/2 tsp at a time, add salt last. Wa La
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>>15099354
yh
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>>15098758
I’m American but my Nana was from the UK, she said Americans were big and strong (in a good way, this was the 50s and 60s) because we ate peanut butter
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>>15099529
Brominated vegetable oil
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>>15100018
Peanut butter is delicious how could you not eat it?!
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>>15099988
>germans really this cringe inducing?
They are, this doesn`t help the stereotype of their weird humour
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>>15100009
Noted & will try next stew, thanks helpful anon.
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>>15100032
No wonder they kept trying to destroy the rest of the world
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>>15098564
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>>15100028
it's not our culture, it's not in our supermarket either, it is starting to appear now, but you know how things go
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>>15099912
I eat worster sauce on my steaks. Tastes good, man.
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>>15099481
Shut up, snownigger
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>>15098855
>that artifical popcorn seasoning that's basically asbestos in a can
Even Americans don't touch that shit
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>>15099178
>Blueberry white tea
Patrician's choice
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>>15098855
Slap Ya Mama rules. Ironic, considering I only ever see it for sale in World Market.
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>>15099178
>>15098564
My local tesco sells the Reese's Puffs cereal and it's fucking delicious. Shame it's £5 a box.
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>>15099188
It's ketchup and brown sugar but it's not a syrup you fucking retard
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>>15098855
>ASS KICKIN PEANUTS
not even American grocery stores carry that stuff. I usually find it in places like Bass Pro Shop lol. Other than that, this looks like the snack aisle at most places.
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>>15099500
>12 dollars for a box of cereal
lmao
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I heard from some friends in the UK that you guys don't have full sized pickled cucumbers over there. Is this true?

They said there are pickle chips and gherkins but you can't get the big baseball game pickles
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A store in Myanmar might give the impression that Jell-O and Milano cookies are a big part of the American diet
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>>15098564
i don't know what the point of this post was but as an American this made me feel pretty good. if we're known for all those classic yummies to you brits then I feel well represented
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>>15100312
Every morning I wake up and have a glass of Braggs apple cider vinegar and a couple Milano cookies
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>>15100310
>big baseball game pickles
The fuck is that you fat cunt?
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>>15098768
>american
>bagels
oy vey
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>>15099610
>Kids aren't allowed peanuts these days. You certainly couldn't bring them to a school.
Do Australians really?
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>>15100339
I think he's talking about those big pickles that come in singles, like the ones at gas stations.
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>>15099178
based
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>>15100312
So. Much. Apple. Cider. Why.
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>>15098768
>YIPPIE-YA-YEAH!
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>>15100351
Yeah but you can get them in the gallon jars too
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>>15098564
>>15098877
>>15099178
>>15099500
Why are Europeans so obsessed with American Cereal, especially you can find breakfast cereal in any European supermarket chain
t. guy who lived in Poland for 4 years.
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For those that don't know, Americans do have a term for this shit. It's called junk food.
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>>15098564
>>15098849
>>15099178
>>15099422
>>15099500
>>15100312
I guess foreigners think we live off of pop tarts and cereal.
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>>15100382
It's only ever the unhealthiest/sugariest cereals that people want imported. The shit you could never actually justify eating if it was just in the normal aisle. Like obviously you can get Coco pops & stuff locally, but lucky charms? Literal fucking marshmallows for brekkie.
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>>15100394
what's non junk american food?
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>>15100411
Food that isn't 90% pure cane sugar
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>>15100430
like? I just don't know american food at all, other than mac n cheese
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>>15100310
Totally untrue. Whole pickles are very common here, both in jar and bags, haha.

Also, all of these pictures are ridiculous. I know we eat a lot of sweets over here, but shit. When I went to visit my expat friend in the UK, she made me bring her like a gallon of ranch dressing.
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>>15099847
It's similar to HP sauce, but more pepper.
It's been a while since I've done a direct comparison, as I prefer 57 (a more flavorful version of tomato ketchup).
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>>15100465
I have to explain to my international student friends in America why ranch is so common here
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>>15100434
America pretty much has tons of different foods depending on where you are.
There southern food like gumbo, barbecue (the right way), chili, or new england food like lobster rolls or clam chowder, etc. etc. There is a lot of americanized versions of things here, pizza being an obvious one. It's not just burgers, candy and fucking cereal (unless you're really depressed).
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>>15099178
>>15099422
>>15099500
It seems those pop-tarts are quintessentially American, I know a grocery store that carries them, should I give it a try? Which flavor is the best? I heard they're meant to put in a toaster, I don't have one though, is the oven OK too?
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>>15098564
There is a small corner with watermelon, grape drank and cuck porn for the expats
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>>15100408
No.
Watermelon and fried chicken, yes.
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>>15098874
Fuck i gotta get some Herseys cookie n creme.
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>>15100698
Without a toaster the pop tarts won't pop.
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>>15098564
We have the opposite; UK, Germany, etc. sections in American supermarkets
It's the same thing, their specific junk snacks, soda and a couple canned products. And for the same reason as these have just junk: all the fruit, meat, veggies and similar are at other parts of the market and wouldn't be put in a specific "international" section
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>>15100698
you don't have to put them in the toaster. I like mine unheated more than toasted, unless its an unfrosted one with butter
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>>15098564
I have entire stores dedicated to American food where I live. Shits inescapable.
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>>15100434
The meats, fruit, veggies, dairy, literally anything normal you'd have in your supermarket applies here also
Do you really fucking think we just eat Pop Tarts all day
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>>15098774
Same thing happens here in a way. You’ll find certain noodles in the regular pasta or soup aisle, and other noodles will show up in the asian section. Similarly, we typically have a generic international section where you’ll find HP Sauce, instead of with all the other condiments.
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>>15100742
Don't pretend you don't.
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>>15100312
love milano cookies
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>>15100698
Most popular and my favorite is the frosted strawberry Pop Tarts. S’mores flavor is good too if you want a bit of chocolate. You don’t need to toast them, that just helps warm up the center and make the outside crispy, but it’s common to eat them untoasted.
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>>15100759
Eh, mostly a thing kids eat.
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>>15100759
No we don't
You are unironically low IQ
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>>15098564
funny, there's a "british" section in my grocery store with the same kinda junkfood. lion and aero bars, jaffa cakes, etc
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>>15100698
Brown Sugar Cinnamon you won't regret it
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>>15100698
dont get it american food is a mistake youll get addicted
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>>15100890
ignore this poster

pop tarts are quintessential poison food
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>>15099988
As a German I concur. German comedy, media, public behavior is pure cringe. This is partly due to our loss of identity and culture after Germany was occupied after WW2. From this point onwards, the US started their aggressive cultural expansion with Germany as their main European base. While we benefited greatly from our US relations economically speaking, German culture never managed to recover versus the cultural onslaught by Hollywood, hence the overwhelming presence of American media in our outlets to this day.
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>>15100628
>It's not just burgers, candy and fucking cereal (unless you're really depressed).

I'm on 4chan what do you think
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>>15100698
strawberry or cherry is the default red fruit flavor, try that one first so you have a frame of reference to the other flavors
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>>15100890
Those are like the worst ones
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>>15100759
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I used to buy a lot of peanut butter when I studied abroad and the cashiers made fun of me everytime.
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>>15100698
Even I don't eat Pop tarts anymore. The filling is too sickly sweet.
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>>15100312
Hey bro get some of those mezzetta pepperocini... actually all their shit is pretty good
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>>15101148
How retarded are these people
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>>15100698
>should I give it a try?
Don't bother, they're disgusting. Toaster strudels are what you should be looking out for.
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Why the fuck hamburger buns are so fucking sweet
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>>15100698
you can use your oven to heat them. I always use my toaster oven when I make them. like the other poster said strawberry with frosting is the default flavor. the second flavor would be the blueberry. the smores flavor has strongly flavored frosting and the filling is marshmallow that isn't quite good. the frosting on the brown sugar ones is also not very good and kind of gritty. I bought a box of pop tarts on clearance last year just because it was there and marked down. I don't think I've bought pop tarts in the last 5 or 6 years other than that. they really aren't all that great. you'd be happier with pretty much any traditional pastry
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>>15101511
To compliment the savory flavor of the Burger
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>>15101465
Those mezzetta spicy peppers are like fucking crack.
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Looks like nothing but sugary cereals, Pop Tarts, cajun stuff, barbecue sauce, and shitty candies. I'm a US American and I hardly eat any of this shit.
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>>15100920
>>15099988
It's messier than that.
Problem is rather that after 1989 Germany wasn't really able to build up something culturally from the neat cultural niche West Germany was in that wasn't cringe inducing bullshit and poor attempts at imitating the US (forget about the east, culturally it was even more dreadful than modern Germany).
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>>15098768
USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA
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>>15101493
I forgot these existed and now I'm craving them. It's been over a decade.

Thanks based shill product placement anon hope you were compensated.
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>English food section in US
>Jacobs instead of McVities
FUCK
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>>15101638
Jacobites win again
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>>15101639
Based. Fucking protestants think they can steal the English throne.
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>>15099178
>poptarts
>skittles
>oeros
This place is full of shit that's been sold here for decades. I'm guessing it's there to either try out new product we might eat, or trick a new customer into eating plastic chocolate or cardboard cereal.
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>>15098768
>Sandwich sauce
The fuck? It's just thousand island isn't it?
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Is it true that Swedes actually eat shitty tacos with like Old El Paso brand salsa and shells on fridays as some sort of celebratory thing? I read that somewhere.
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>>15100018
Probably because peanut butter is calorie dense and full of proteins and fats needed for growth. So even the poor can grow up strong
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>>15098564
So the "American" food aisle is really just the junk food isle, I see what's going on here
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>>15101912
In Australia old el paso was the only Mexican around growing up. Even Taco Bell essentially doesn't exist except one or two stores in the whole country. We only got real Mexican in the 21st century, & now have a couple of chipotle knock off franchises which are better than chipotle, one of which Guzman y Gomez has even opened in the US.
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>>15098800
so Vienna sausage?
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>>15098855
>Slap ya mama
at least 1 good thing in there
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>>15099564
Kraft Dinner is just Kraft Mac & Cheese which has been in a few of the American Isles so far.
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>>15098874
looks like the selection you'd find in a liquor store

>>15099500
>rc cola
>Louisiana fry

not bad

>>15100312
to be fair, all the pics posted so far give a distinct impression. That impression being Americans eat exclusively out of Walmart
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threads like this make me want to do video tours of grocery stores just so euros see what its actually like
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>see this thread
>want a pack of smores poptarts
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>>15098768
Trader Joes? Aren't they the enemy of your ALDI?
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>>15099863
Must have been a pretty shit grocery store. The one I go to, Harmons has a butcher that will make pretty much anything for you.
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>>15099974
They have to import fucking Peanut Butter and Dr. Pepper in France? They don't just sell it normally? Do you guys not have Almond Butter either?
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>>15102150
Peanut butter is everywhere but Dr Pepper isn't a popular soda overseas. In Oz it's a US import too.
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>>15100312
>Apple Cider Vinegar and Prunes
Do they think Americans are constantly wanting to shit themselves?
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>>15098564
We used to have an American section but thanks to nonstop globalism, American products are now mixed in with the local produce because it's become too common with everybody.

Instead we have an aisle dedicated to European/British shit and another and another aisle dedicated to Korean and maybe Chinese/Japanese shit now
t.flip
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>>15101148
As in you studied in the US and you're from somewhere they don't have PB or you studied somewhere they don't normally eat PB?
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>>15101511
Are you eating hawaiian burger buns or something?
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>>15102154
That's weird. Dr. Pepper is great. You probably can't get Cheerwine easily either I would imagine. I feel sorry for you bastards.
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>>15098564
Damn you chuds are obsessed
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Just gonna leave this here
https://twitter.com/Caddicarus/status/1159984171130990597
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>>15101610
I hate germans tbqh from the buns to martin luther to hitler to merkel y'all are an albatross around the world's neck
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>>15098867
these look problematic
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>>15099178
>its nearly entirely sweets
No wonder Europe thinks we're all fat
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>>15102267
Unsurprisingly, Dr. Pepper tastes like medicine to some people. I quite like it but it's an acquired taste.
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>>15100830
Probably because most foods that aren't junk foods or niche things have a significant overlap between Western countries, even moreso between Anglo ones. The stuff you'd have to go to a national food aisle to get is mostly going to be whatever weird candy or snacks they don't otherwise sell locally.
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>>15100312
>finally Jell-O
an essential part of the full american breakfast
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>>15099253
America. In America everything is sugar. That's all they're conditioned to eat, and in the US everything goes with sugar including veges.
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no there is an "ethnic" sector where there are soy sauce, asian noodles, mexican tortillas and sala, slav stuff, peanut butter and american bbq sauce
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I think a lot of these import product selections mostly reflect what the grocery store thinks will appeal to the local market. This is my common sense take as an American.
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>>15098922
Lmao
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>>15103178
I think it's funny that they still think of us as cowboys despite most of the population living East of the Mississippi.
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As an American we have entire stores devoted to American food, whole foods, albertsons heck even walmart. They have all the foods yall are jealous of including meat, America cheese, orange juice, organic vegetables and American delicacies like Chinese and Mexican food. Damn its good to be American
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>>15103209
Meh.
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>>15102810
I know some people that eat Jello for breakfast, but they're mormon so that's probably why.
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>>15099500
Lol that lone El Yucateco in front of the mustard. Love that shit, great on fried eggs.
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>>15098564
This is very deceiving, most of these foods are made locally under license. i think it just lets people feel superior to call it the "American" section because it's mostly junk food. But we eat it all the time and it makes us fat arses.
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>>15103304
Yuromutts mostly just eat fake chocolate bars like KitKatand Toblerone washed down with Coca-Cola thats why you find them worshipping this sugarcrap they claim is from the United states
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>>15102167
yes
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I had a look at the ''american'' section once and to my amazement there was an added sticker with caloric value/sugar/fats all MUCH higher than what was noted on the product packaging itself.
We also have polack sections for all the asparagus pickers we get here, their products are actually good.
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>>15098564
yeah. "exotic" soda cans and candy mostly. maybe some overpriced bbq sauce or cheetos or some shit.
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>>15098768
why is everything germany does so embarassing?
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>>15098564
I consider this to be the American section in American grocery stores
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>>15102817
You need to return to Reddit for your fake news fix
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>>15098768
I hate that they never have any of the american candy, buying poptarts online would be like 8€ which is way too much for 4 of those things in my opinion.
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>>15103209
can you shop there without meeting one though?
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>>15098564
>Do they have a section dedicated to "American" where you live?
Yeah it's called the movie store
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>>15100310
Me and my wife (American) live in the UK and she imports pickles because the selection here is so terrible. They have pickles here but they’re nowhere near comparable.
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>>15101912
Mexican food in the UK is basically an old El Paso monopoly (it’s garbage)
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>>15098768
GIVE US SANDWICH SAUCE OR GIVE US DEATH

YIPPIE YA YEAH
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>>15103604
bro just make them yourself its cucumbers and vinegar
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>>15102167
I figured it had more to do with the myanmar pallette liking that sort of thing
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>>15098564
>Do they have a section dedicated to "American" where you live?
Yeah, it's called the 3rd toilet stall on the right that never gets cleaned.
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>>15098564
Obviously. Where else am I gonna get my Mac&Cheese fix?
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>>15098768
>>15098831
I love how most of that is stuff they normally sell too, like bagels and fries and stuff.
I really like Lidls BBQ-sauce-filled ready to eat meatballs and the big jars of sliced jalapeños tho because apparently that's an American thing.
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>>15103695
You cant afford to clean your bathroom?
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>>15103713
Lidl buys all their food from China so its basically honk kong food with German packaging , not sure why germs eat that stuff
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>>15098768
>Yippie-Ya-Yeah!
>Sandwich Sauce
>"""American""" Burger
HAHAHA Are Germans this retarded?
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>>15103762
Yes, Germans go out and buy literal shit from China, eat it all and then buy some more while repeating do Americans really
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>>15103757
Yeah like the big glasses of mushrooms and stuff.
I really avoid anything where it says "made in china", "packaged in china", "packaged in the EU"(because you just know what the ingredients come from some nasty place) etc.
Not racist, but really hate the country of china and their ways of doing things with a burning passion you could not even comprehend.
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>>15100408
Also fried butter
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>>15103845
Lmao do yuros eat butter so they can pretend they are American?
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>>15099863
They sell pork belly at costco. The only reason to buy it here unless you're a weeb is to smoke your own bacon. What are you renderjng your own lard or something?
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>>15098768
>YIPPIE-YA-YEAH!
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>>15098564
America as in the continent or America as in murrica?
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>>15099932
>marinate
>for stews

What in the fuck? I use it for making a quick bourbon sauce buy why the shit would you marinate meat that you will be braising? Why would you marinate beef in general? Marinating is just a dumb mans way to say brine.
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>>15100698
Pop tarts are the rations you give children to eat I'll n before school programs because you work at 7 am. They're a to go breakfast pastry that is chalky with a preserve filling.
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>>15100920
Fuck yourself the 70s were a time of German film greatness and Werner Herzog is a world treasure.
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>>15103904
There is no continent of america dummy
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>>15103888
Yeah, we go and buy butter from markets and chomp it down raw (add sugar to taste if wanted) if we want to pretend we are american. is that not a thing?
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>>15103921
uh, yes? I'm sitting on it right now. it's big and has like 35 countries, we learned this at school come on!
the countries are:
Antigua y Barbuda
Argentina
Bahamas
Barbados
Belice
Bolivia
Brasil
Canadá
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominica
Ecuador
El Salvador
Estados Unidos
Granada
Guatemala
Guyana
Haití
Honduras
Jamaica
México
Nicaragua
Panamá
Paraguay
Perú
República Dominicana
San Cristóbal y Nieves
San Vicente y las Granadinas
Santa Lucía
Surinam
Trinidad y Tobago
Uruguay
Venezuela
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>>15103953
why is america like in the middle of the list? it should be at the top like it is on the dropdown menus on webforms
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In Taiwan it was mostly breakfast cereals and massively overpriced hot sauce. Taiwanese food is boring, btw. Hot sauce was the only thing that could help it
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>>15103953

Of all those countries listed, only one matters. The rest are just there for our amusement
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>>15103496
unironically boudin balls from Zapp’s are pretty good; not better than fresh in Louisiana obv, but pretty damned good
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>>15102782
No it's because you are all fat
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>>15102032
Looked up Guzman Y Gomez, doesn’t look too bad. Not very authentic, but hey at least it’s not the usual hard shell taco with ground beef that often passes for Mexican food.
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>>15102110
Aldi north owns tjs
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>>15099178
God three musketeers is the worst candy bar around
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>>15098831
>CHEESE for burgers
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>>15103627
lmao underrated post
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>>15100312
>Braggs apple cider vinegar
nice
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JAAA DEUTSCHELAND

>FLUFF
>POP TARTS (ridiculously overpriced)
>OREOS (the same you already get locally, why not at least MOST STUF?`!!!1)
>dozens of hot sauces with ugly negro faces
>no liquid smoke of course
>MARSHMALLOWS (a common item here)
>root beer, dr pepper
>gross peanut candy
>snyder's (also common)
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>>15099178
Dude, Beaver brand mustard is the greatest. It's local to me, and worth trying, especially their honey mustard, it has a nice horseradishy back-end to it behind the sweetness.
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>>15098802
>>15098790
>>15098833

No. They are two separate companies owned by brothers. Aldi Nord and Aldi Sud.
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>>15098768
>YIPPIE-YA-YEAH
I'm fucking dying
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>>15098855
>unpictured, 3 aisles of old el paso """"Mexican""""
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>>15103545
sure, go late at night when only the workers are there
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>>15105023
>>15103903
>>15098786
>>15098884

Germans believe that "Yippie Yeah" is something a cowboy would say. Isn't this accurate?
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Oh, finally: American week in Germany has arrived!
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>>15105268
its yippee ki yay
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>>15105351
Thats from Die Hard
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>>15098855
Cracker Jack is definitely a classic Americana snack. It's even in our baseball song.
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>>15100263
It's all over the gulf coast.

>t. Mobile, AL
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>>15105268

Germans worship indians for some reason

https://www.kgou.org/post/germanys-fascination-native-american-culture
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>>15098893
because we are Don Draper in the elevator whilst other country is short guy I didn't notice was in there with me
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>>15099889
in what country does McDonalds have curly fries?
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>>15099988

Germans are powered by cringe, autism, money and violence
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>>15101535
for me, it's Wild Berry Xtreme
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>>15101546
this. I also buy other veggies like cucumber or red pepper and slice and add those into the mix, reusing the juice in my fridge several times to make spicy fridge pickles. it's one of the best grocery store purchases you can make during your week.
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American week at Aldi Süd was always my favorite back when I was still a fatass
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>>15099500
>american section
>need to choose mustard brand
>choose French's
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>>15104434
powerful shitposting aura
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>>15105498
I buy those big square klaussen jugs and refill and reuse the brine like 3 times. so many pickles.
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>>15098831
>McEnnedy
lmaooooo wtf
literally China-esque passing-off-as-western product lmaoooooooooooo
god laff tho lmOAOOOO
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>>15105224
no stores are 24 hours anymore due to covid
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>>15102150
Peanut butter is hard to get in France, it's always imported because culturally speaking nobody eats it. We don't really have root beer or ginger ale (outside of canada dry maybe).
We tend to have our own shit like Orangina though
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>>15103304
no shit, most of real "made in USA" food can't pass the local heath laws because of many of their common food additives are simply illegal there.
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>>15105614
>because of many of their common food additives are simply illegal there

Such as?
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>>15099178
Snyders are incredibly based to be fair.
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>>15101552
I'm from Southeast Texas and use Cajun stuff and barbecue sauce all the time.
It's nice to see that Texas and Louisiana are what foreigners see as the most culturally relevant cuisines in the country, beyond junk food.
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>>15103953
That's 2 continents dummy. The isthmus of Panama is where the two split.
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>>15105543
Is cranberry juice not a thing in Europe?
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>>15106438
Cranberries are native to North America
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>>15105543
>peanuts and cornflakes

What?
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>>15098564
it's only fair to give island nationers a glimpse of heaven every now and then
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>>15098849
>Those tiny, sad bottles of frank's

Also, do foreigners not eat marshmallows? Do you not go camping?
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>>15100698
Brown sugar cinnamon are really the only ones worth eating.
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>>15105301
>tfw can finally slather a big plate of subkartoffelpommes in erdnusscreme like a real cowboy
YIPPIE-YA-YEAH!
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>>15106781
So, nether are bananas yet you can still get them in Europe.
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>>15103496
anybody ever tried those quesadillas in the top right?
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>>15105448
here in germany
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>>15098719
They had them once randomly at a supermarket, that was 6 years ago, haven't seen them since
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>>15106892
They're tasty as fuck, assuming you're american, you've probably never heard of it.
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>>15107405
Yes, I've never heard of them together which is why it was confusing and amusing to me that the Germans consider it "American".
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>>15107517
Think of that everyday. If that's how "smart` Germans are just imagine how retarded 99% of the populis including the experts
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>>15102782
brother its because we really are all fat
literally the only people who arent are children, methheads, and anorexics
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>>15100698
Brown sugar cinnamon was my go to as a kid. I haven't eaten a pop tart in well over a decade like >>15103916 said they are mostly given to children as a quick "breakfast" before school. I used to eat them while watching saturday morning cartoons as well. Pretty comfy.
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>>15100920
Germany’s mainstream culture has a far older cringe problem. We never recovered from the destruction of the HRE.
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>>15100346
this
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>>15107632
>we
Nice larp
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>>15099258
the food is probably shit since it's from a dollar store but her husband looked happy with it, good video
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>>15107733
look at this dude, he looks happy as fuck
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>>15102756
Pain is Good hot sauce, some good stuff actually
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American here. I would not expect to find good food in the "American" section. Except Jif peanut butter and Jet-Puffed marshmallows, those are good.
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>>15105415
Yeah, its not like our supermarkets, which is a Dutch invention, are completely filled with products from outsider of the us, r-right?
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>>15103494
Its because the us got pleb filtered hard.
Germans do it better
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>>15103323
The us just changed its name to COPE following your post
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>>15103604
You'd think you could get good ones there as much as you guys love vinegar
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>>15100302
have you ever heard of NZD, retard?
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>>15100698
I've tried the chocolate and straberry versions and honestly, don't bother. As is usually the case with most of the overhyped bong/burger candy, the verdict was a resounding "meh".
There's plenty of things I'd rather have spent those ~12€ on.

t. not a burger
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>>15102307
>10£ for a box of shitty cereal
What the actual fuck. If it doesn't come with a complimentary line of coke, you're getting ripped of big time.
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>>15104008
Hello, fellow canadian.
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>>15105301
>11,5 kg bbq sauce
What the fuck. That's ~25 fucking pounds. Do americans really?
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>>15105623
https://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2019/jan/07/u-s-eats-ingredients-banned-in-eu-foods/
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>>15106438
It's an old people thing. You'd have to go to the bigger supermarkets to get it though, since the discount ones usually don't carry it.

>>15106892
It's exactly what it says on the tin. I'd be very surprised if you burgers don't have some variant of chocolate covered nuts and cornflakes mix sold in bitesized bits.



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