Buzz·Posted on 26 Sept 201911 Terrible American Foods That Make Me Proud To Be BritishWhy are you all turning meat into a loaf?by Ben ArmsonBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Olive loaf: Flickr: gezellig-girl / Creative Commons What kind of a monster could dream up this disgrace? Why is there olive embedded in the meat? What kind of meat is this? So many terrifying questions. 2. Picklebacks: View this photo on Instagram instagram.com For some reason unbeknownst to me, Americans created the pickleback. A shot of pickle brine that is drunk after a shot of whiskey. People are out there voluntarily drinking brine for fun! 3. Corn dog: Mikeygen73 / Getty Images The outer casing around the sausage confuses me greatly. it might be bread, but it also looks like a sort of cake sponge. It's kind of like the terrible cousin of a Scotch egg. 4. Cheese in a can: Kenhoward / Getty Images Now, don't get me wrong — I'm all for unique approaches to cheese — but squirty cheese is just a step too far, just a step too far. Can this even be classified as real cheese? Who knows. 5. Jello salad: View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @undefined This is just vile, pure hell in a jelly mould. According to my sources, jello salad can be made with fruit, vegetables, cream cheese, marshmallows, or even pretzels! This is just another example of too much food freedom; these people need to be stopped. 6. Green bean casserole: Debbismirnoff / Getty Images Green bean casserole, which consists of green beans (duh), fried onions, and cream of mushroom soup, sounds like a dish that a 3-year-old would dream up if let loose in the kitchen. 7. Meatloaf: Josef Mohyla / Getty Images Just try to make this sound appetising: "ground meat formed into the shape of a loaf". Absolutely vile. 8. Sweet potato pie: Artisteer / Getty Images What are they trying to achieve here: Is it a main? Is it a dessert? Either way, it's a disgrace. 9. Sweet potato casserole: Debbismirnoff / Getty Images This seems like something you might dream up while under the influence. What do Americans have against sweet potatoes, and why are they constantly adding sugar to them? They're already sweet, guys! 10. Snow cones: Pimpoon9 / Getty Images In my eyes, snow cones are trying to compete with the likes of ice cream and iced lollies, and they just don't measure up. How anyone can call some crushed ice and syrup "food" is beyond me. 11. Biscuits and gravy: Tomsmith585 / Getty Images Purely because this is NOT what biscuits and gravy look like, and no one can convince me otherwise. You wouldn't catch me putting Bisto on my custard creams, that's for sure!