To many people outside the US, some foods that hardly any Americans would blink at are actually quite puzzling, according to this Reddit thread.
Here are some foods Americans eat that some individuals from other countries apparently find fairly strange. Of course, this is just for fun, as INSIDER cannot independently authenticate these answers.
Peanut butter and jelly seem like a strange sandwich combination to some people.
“I have lived in both Finland and the USA. Once I woke up in the middle of the day after a house party. I got up and found peanut butter in a cabinet and jam in the fridge.
“As I started making a class PB&J the other people in the house surrounded me and gave me a face of confusion. Someone asked me ‘wait.. you are really going to eat that?’ I guess people in Finland do not eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.. they all thought the idea was gross.” – Reddit user amsenaia
Refried beans in tortillas aren’t appealing to everyone.
“I … stayed in a hostel and me and another American managed to find some refried beans and made some bean burritos. All the Australians in the hostel just watched us eat them and couldn’t believe we were eating ‘dog food wraps.'” – Reddit user emrhiannon
Corn dogs seem “weird” to some.
“Those coated hot dogs on sticks. I’ve seen them in movies, they look really weird.” – Reddit user VeryThoughtfulName
To some, canned spray cheese seems like a joke.
“I heard you can get cheese in a spray can!!! Surely this is a joke, right?” – Reddit user fifyi
Some people are puzzled by the idea of eating peanut butter on apples.
“As an American living in Australia I was criticised for eating apples with peanut butter.” – Reddit user PavlovaPanda
Some think pairing chicken and waffles just isn’t right.
“Waffles with chicken. It just seems so wrong.” – Reddit user iammrsbug
Some people just can’t get behind refrigerated bread.
“I’m a [Scot] just back from [California] a week ago. … Bread in the fridge? No thanks.” – Reddit user ActTuffGetMuff
Casseroles are a confusing concept to some.
“I dont [sic] understand what casserole really is. theres [sic] [dessert] casserole, meat casserole, pie casserole?” – Reddit user 7teen38
Some people don’t think undercooked burgers sound appealing.
“I cannot understand why you people don’t cook your ground beef all the way through. … I go to a restaurant in Florida and they ask ‘how would you like your burger cooked’ and I just look at them thinking to myself ‘why are you even asking me?'” – Reddit user Excelaustica
Boxed mac ‘n’ cheese isn’t appetizing to everyone.
“That mac and cheese in a box monstrosity. … My friend bought some from an import shop here and we tried it for a taste of American stuff one night.
“My arteries, taste buds and stomach all rebelled at once and violently. How do you eat this stuff?” -Reddit user TheWelshPanda
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