Foods and Etiquette of the World

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Foods and Etiquette of the World

Many cultures eat strange foods because that is what they can find or kill.

There are many different foods in the world, and There are also many different

acceptable ways of eating them.

»Every food is unique and delicious in it own way.« ~ Hannah Grange

The great United States of America has a litte bit of everything in it. In America the

food is generally not as healthy as China's rice, but that depends on what you are

eating. There are burgers and fries with a large Coke at almost every restaurant in the

U.S. There is many different countries.The customs of the United States' vary. In most

households they are very lenient and don't get bent out of shape if you don't do exactly

what they are doing or eating all of your food they made for you. They might find it rude

if you slurp your pasta or chew with you mouth open.

Unlike the United States, in China it perfectly fine to slurp you noodles. It is even

considered a compliment to the chef to do so. It is said that the slurping improves the

flavor. In China pasta and rice are very popular and the people eat them with

chopsticks. Some people who live in China prefer a fork or spoon for some cuisine but

most like to use chopsticks for everything. In China it is considered rude to eat all of the

food on your plate. They think that you are suggesting that you weren't fed enough (http://



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.... Vegetables and seafood are generally added to the dish. Italy

has very flavorful and delicious food.

A lot of countries have different customs and foods. A lot of the food reflects on the culture of

the country as well as how they eat it.

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