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Updated on Apr 28, 2020. Posted on Apr 26, 2020

Can You Guess The Country Based On One Food Item?

If I say "poutine," you think ______.

Recently, Reddit user DrewGotRedditTwice asked the r/AskReddit community: "By only naming one food, what country do you live in?" The responses ranged from the obvious to the obscure, so here's a quiz version to test your international food knowledge!

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You'll get the name of a food that a particular country is known for, so all you have to do is guess the country!

  1. Poutine

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    Canada!

    Poutine is a dish that's basically synonymous with Canada that consists of fries covered in gravy and cheese curds.

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  2. Cheeseburger

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    United States!

    Cheeseburgers are about as 'Murican as it gets, especially when you consider how many burger-based fast food chains the US has.

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  3. Vegemite

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    Australia

    Vegemite is an Australian-made spread, often put on toast.

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  4. Hagelslag

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    Netherlands!

    Hagelslag is basically the Dutch version of chocolate sprinkles, often put on buttered bread.

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  5. Goulash

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    Hungary!

    Goulash is enjoyed all over Europe, but it originated in Hungary and is one of the country's national dishes.

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  6. Bratwurst

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    Germany!

    Bratwurst are about as German as it gets.

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  7. Haggis

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    Scotland!

    Haggis is actually the national dish of Scotland.

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  8. Fårikål

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    Norway!

    Fårikål is a traditional Norwegian dish, usually a kind of casserole with mutton and cabbage.

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  9. Fish & Chips

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    The UK!

    Fish and chips originated in England as a fusion of dishes brought there by immigrants, and now the dish is pretty much synonymous with English pubs.

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