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    Australians Are Savaging American Cuisine And I'm Just Here For The Chaos

    I really do need someone to explain the whole "sweet potato with marshmallows" travesty?

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    Nothing has fucked me up more than learning Americans put sugar into their bread. That's cake, my friends. That's cake.

    Twitter: @karaschlegl

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    @karaschlegl And just in case there isn't already enough sugar in your bread, this was the official state sandwich

    Twitter: @BenjaminMillar

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    @karaschlegl When I found out they don’t use electric kettles ( they boil water in the microwave for tea) it unsettled me.

    Twitter: @stovern169

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    Why do Americans eat and praise the worst parts of animals, like chicken wings and ribs?? THEY’RE THE BONIEST, MOST MEATLESS PARTS!! #Confused #whyamerica

    Twitter: @98_aleisha

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    Having been grounded in Australia so long, I feel as if I’ve become unaccustomed to American food. After eating fresh, clean Australian food for every meal I can only look back in horror at the potential damage I did to my body- why did you let me do that!?

    Twitter: @JohnFloreani

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    @tylercowen why do Americans eat so much pumpkin in dessert/sweets? I'm in Australia and sweet pumpkin dishes are virtually unheard of here.

    Twitter: @jdcb4

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    @GreatBrianLast As an Australian, most of your American food choices are weird to me, but this whole biscuit and gravy thing is horrifying. I have no idea what biscuits are like, and the images I've seen do not in any way look like gravy. Are you guys alright over in the US?

    Twitter: @damon_has_left

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    So do Americans actually eat nachos with that weird cheese sauce (goo)? Is that considered normal?

    Twitter: @sophieinc

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    @babydahmer honestly tho as an australian who has lived in north america the way you guys drink soda is completely psycho

    Twitter: @wheelswordsmith

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    If "Man vs Food" is anything to go by.. American food looks fkn awful and disgusting. Thank fuck Australia has none of this shit.

    Twitter: @Phukkan

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    @sncrlynotsorry @karaschlegl Can confirm. Lived in the US for 18 years. The bread is too sweet and the cheese is too yellow. No one @ me with the reasons, I already know.

    Twitter: @HeyMum3

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    @karaschlegl @redscribe As an Australian living in the US, can confirm that American bread is utter shite

    Twitter: @fozmeadows

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    @karaschlegl A friend lived in the US for a couple years & could not contain her utter shock and dismay when she found out they put sugar in/on frozen veggies. 😳

    Twitter: @lizjoybro

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    @karaschlegl Bread in America is vile, so is the coffee, the cakes and the sweets. Full of sugar and nothing else 🤮🤮🤮🤮eggs are horrible too 🤮🤮🤮

    Twitter: @308ccJs

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    @karaschlegl This reminds me of when my American cousin’s bf was doing a quick trip to Australia he asked me where he could get non gmo food. I told him that all food here is non gmo and it blew his mind. Poor yanks with their gmo foods, sugary “bread”, orange cheese and whatever this is:

    Twitter: @Menace_Bunny

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    australian food literally stomps on american food like

    Twitter: @gwellsoon

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    @_midofo_ @SuperCroup American food culture is the worst of the Anglosphere food cultures

    Twitter: @SnarkyPlatypus

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    American food kinda nice tho

    Twitter: @seanpcc

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    America's contribution to world cuisine: ranch dressing and thousand island dressing. Australia's contribution to world cuisine: potato scallops. I rest my case.

    Twitter: @essentialideas

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    @karaschlegl No proper bread, no gun control, no free healthcare. What a basketcase.

    Twitter: @Fabbz3182

    Real talk, American food obviously is more than just Twinkies, IHOP and Big Gulp — there's so many delicious treats that Aussies would trade their soul to get a sample of Down Under. We just can't help ribbing you for your more OTT culinary choices. But it's said with love (and, okay, a little jealousy).