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Foods you eat often because of your culture/where you live.
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25 / F / Georgia, United S...
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Posted 1/26/15
Lots of rice, beans, and sopita.
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22 / F / Outer Space
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Kimchi, rice and ramen noodles have got to be the biggest staples of my diet but because of where I live in the States I get to enjoy barbecue too~
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25 / Ikemen next door
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Posted 1/27/15
Rice, noodles, fish, meat and vegetables.
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24 / M / Iowa >.>
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Posted 1/27/15
mostly mexican food but also pizza, burgers and soups
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25 / M / Norway
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Something called potetball here in Norway. It's a kind of potato dumpling, i guess. It's one of my favorite dishes.
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13 / F / California
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Posted 1/27/15
Lots and lots of water in the summer/spring/fall months.

I know what you are thinking, everybody drinks water, but when it is 100F+ out (38C+) and under 5% humidity, you need water, or you will get funny in the head and die quite quickly.

Frozen fruit is also nice in the summer as well.

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25 / M / California
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I grew up in an italian household. I ate pasta, bread, olive oil (by the liter), fish etc. Probably so much my arteries are crying.
I live in SoCal so I eat mexican food like crazy.
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27 / M / New Jersey
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Pizza from independent pizzerias. There are at least 4 on the main road near my house and New Jersey pizza is almost as good as New York pizza.
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28 / M / Seattle
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Posted 1/27/15
When I lived in Japan, cheap obento from convience stores. Here in 'Merica, cheap microwave foods from Walmart.
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Posted 1/27/15
Rice, Meats, Veggies, fair share of Dairy.
All in all, anything that's presented in-front of me.
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21 / M / Canada eh
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Posted 1/27/15
Well since I'm a Filipino who has lived in Canada for about 14 years, I eat a mix of traditional Filipino foods when I'm at home and Filipino parties and "Canadian/normal" food when I'm not at home or at Filipino parties.
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18 / F / Moving account
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Vegemite , bet you can't guess where i am from
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42 / Tyrell HQ
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Posted 1/27/15
I'm from Seattle so lots of coffee. All day, every day ~
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29 / M / Atlanta, GA, USA
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Posted 1/27/15 , edited 1/27/15

MissMagicNoodles wrote:
Not a food, but we do drink a lot of sweet-tea in the South.


Yeah, I've never been too fond of it, but I'm used to drinking it since it's that or water at most gatherings.

Lumberjack breakfasts of pancakes, grits, sausages, bacon, eggs, orange/grape juice, coffee, cinnamon rolls, apple cobbler. Yeah, I'd say a magnificent breakfast is the main food culture here, followed by little more than a salad with ranch dressing for lunch.
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