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Foods you eat often because of your culture/where you live.
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21 / M / Alaska
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Ctonhunter wrote:


^This

The best way to sum all this up would be Grandma's home cooking.
That was like some of the best stuff ever. Always looked forward to grandma's cooking
I would like to add sweet potatoes, yams, pot roast, roast beef, deviled eggs, gravy, pork chops, catfish, banana pudding, kale, potato salad, and there are plenty more foods to list.


well you guys listed a lot of stuff we eat around my house too haha although idk what okra is, the only thing on that list that i haven't eaten often
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Okra is a vegetable
Looks like this sliced up

It's very good deep fried. However it's one of those you got to be careful with how you prepare as stringy ones can slip past. The stringy ones are *shudders*
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Fast food. It's a very beloved thing to Utah. In the U.S. in general, but there's not a lot of culture here.

I mostly eat it because it's cheaper. Unfortunately.
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i eat a lot of brazilian bbq, rice and beans cuz im brazilian
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Brian Sandwiches Yes sliced and battered and deep fried pigs brains
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21 / M / Alaska
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Posted 1/21/15

Ctonhunter wrote:


Okra is a vegetable
Looks like this sliced up

It's very good deep fried. However it's one of those you got to be careful with how you prepare as stringy ones can slip past. The stringy ones are *shudders*


its like me and celery, i don't like celery cause its all stringy but if it's like in a stew and chopped up and not to much i can tolerate it.
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uncletim wrote:

Brian Sandwiches Yes sliced and battered and deep fried pigs brains


I would try it
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i'm from the jersey shore. fish and shellfish are a requirement for eating in barnegat light. at least once a week someone hands me a bag of scallops, clams, swordfish and tuna ends (the non pretty cuts), and tile fish straight from the boat. in the summer we get flukes, blues, puffers and blue crab. in fall we get stripers and weakies. smoked scallop, bluefish, and tuna belly are classic jersey shore. oh, and turtle soup, but that's not as popular as it once was. just inland we have bangin produce, too. a lot of the sushi in japan comes from barnegat light. south jersey rules!
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23 / M / Pennsylvania
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I'm from the Philadelphia area and cheesesteaks are Gods gift to Earth
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I try to avoid eating rice everyday, but there's that. My mom is always making some type of Cambodian food. I'm only like 25% Viet, but we have some sort of Vietnamese town close to us lol. I always bought the Vietnamese sweets back in the day.. so darn tasty




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I'm going to narrow it down to the things I actually eat but I will also note that is conditional to who cooks it since there seems to be a huge variation in flavor not just from area to area but from family to family.

Jambalaya (brown)
Red Beans and Rice
Gumbo (NO! stahp that... tomato products don't belong at all)
Boudin (more rice!)

As far as the other stuff goes, I'll pass...

It is ridiculously hard to balance a diet here. I just can't spend all the energy to offset all that rice anymore.
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stoner789 wrote:
been living in Alaska ever since I was about 5 up, and we eat stuff that we kill with our guns(like caribou, moose and ptarmigan) and stuff that we catch with a hook( like salmon and trout)


Dude, what area? That's where I'm from.


Beans, always beans, they're the best; along with lots of chicken with them, don't forget tortillas either. Of course I think this is something more to do with my family; in our area soups and roasts are more common. Also salmon, that's like filet mignon from the sea (river); we'll catch those suckers, freeze them, and eat'em all year long.
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20 / F / Hawaii
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Sushi, poke (commonly ahi), kalua pig (I enjoy it with cabbage, yummy!)
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culture - taro, fish, a lot of green bananas, corned beef, saimin
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26 / F / Right behind you!
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Living in the Northeast and of Italian descent, lots of pasta. Me and my mother make pasta sauce and meatballs once in awhile on Sundays. I also make pretty rad penne alla vodka and spaghetti carbonara. Mind you, Italian food isn't just pizza and pasta. We got plenty of other delicious stuff. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Italian_dishes
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