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Sushi rolls and Temakis all day
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Indian or Japanese. The only problem with Japanese food is that so much of it contains seafood I have to modify a lot of it to be able to eat it (vegetarian). I haven't made sushi yet, but I want to learn how. My favorite Japanese food to cook is probably soba or curry, and my favorite Indian food is also curry (usually chickpea or lentil).
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Wonton soup.
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21 / F / Diagon Alley
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My favorite has to be Pupusas, don't let the name fool you!
It's a salvadorian dish. Basically it's a tortilla stuffed with chicharones, cheese, beans- essentially anything you want it to be stuffed with.

I love to bake! But I'm known as the secret cook because I will only cook for myself if no one above the age of 13 is present to feed me lololol, I'm a child forever. The last foreign meal I had....uh I went to a Peruvian BBQ and they gave me cow heart? Foreign, idk, but it tasted great lol
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21 / M / Shortbread Land
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Kimchi or Chow Mein
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Where I live just about everyone knows how to cook and they are pretty good at it. (La, MS River delta)
Myself, I rarely cook because I like to use fresh ingredients I can get so it takes a bit of planning (and money) but when I do cook it comes out great.

I tried sukiyaki and it was awesome. I also like yakisoba quite a bit. (both JP)

The last foreign meal I ate was some teriyaki steak. Thick cut sirloin cut into strips across the grain of the muscle and marinaded with the sauce which I mixed myself and threw in a small apple after grinding it. I simmered it in the marinade and cooked it out until it was frying. (sorta like fajita meat)

I want to learn to cook more things but I rarely get the opportunity.
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19 / M / Australia
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At the moment I'm feeling more for Chinese cuisine. I usually only used to eat them as a kid so eating at Chinese fast food outlets and restaurants not only feels nostalgic but tastes so freaking good.

I can make some mean fried rice but I'm not brave enough to try anything else
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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Bushido_Dragon wrote:

Indian or Japanese. The only problem with Japanese food is that so much of it contains seafood I have to modify a lot of it to be able to eat it (vegetarian). I haven't made sushi yet, but I want to learn how. My favorite Japanese food to cook is probably soba or curry, and my favorite Indian food is also curry (usually chickpea or lentil).


Is curry really spicy for or no?
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For foreign cuisine, American food is pretty good. Even though I live here now, I somehow still find ways to eat normally... probably because I was basically forced to learn how to cook from a young age. As stereotypical as it is, the last foreign cuisine I had was a Reuben I think it was called.. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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tsun wrote:

For foreign cuisine, American food is pretty good. Even though I live here now, I somehow still find ways to eat normally... probably because I was basically forced to learn how to cook from a young age. As stereotypical as it is, the last foreign cuisine I had was a Reuben I think it was called.. Correct me if I'm wrong.


Reuben?
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I like the Filipino foods called Laing and Tinola.

You know you're eating a great, heart-warming meals when your mucus starts to seep/drip down.


As a Filipino myself, I completely agree with this.

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23 / M / NL
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Favorite must be Italian.
Considered a good cook? Mwa, I can cook some basic Dutch and Italian meals, but that's it.
Last foreign meal was Surinam Roti.
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You guys don't know what you are missing if you have not tried Peruvian food. Some of the most diverse and delicious food around. Certainly the very BEST I've had.
Posted 6/3/14
Mexican and Korean
even though i eat those types of cuisine everyday because of my family
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24 / M / Iowa >.>
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I'd have to say either Mexican or German.... I'm kinda split between the two
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