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Reddit Asks the Question: 'Visitors To America, What Was Your Favourite Food Experience There?'

By Petr Knava | reddit | January 28, 2021 |

By Petr Knava | reddit | January 28, 2021 |


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We’ve had a lot of food horror stories here recently, so I thought I’d flip the script a little bit and show the other side of things for a change. I’ve only been to America twice. One of the times I was treated to the scarcely believable entity known as ‘canned bread’. That was quite the experience. I think I’m still processing it. Mentally, that is; though who knows, it might still be digesting a year-and-a-half-later. Canned bread wasn’t a bad experience per se. It wasn’t a good one either. It just was. So this probably wouldn’t fit in the thread I’m about to post, but I had to segue to it someway. Here’s an AskReddit thread that asks the question: ‘To those Redditors who have visited the US from other countries, what was your favorite food experience here in America?’ You can check out the full thread here, but below are some highlights:

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