That Foreigners Find Gross
Wisconsin's beloved cheese faced criticism in a conversation with some expressing disgust for "cheese product" with only 51% actual cheese.
The writer encountered a food in a southern diner that the waitress couldn't describe. A man eating it made strange noises while chewing.
An American recipe for peanut-butter cake was too sweet for a person, so they gave it to an American friend who liked it.
"U.S. chocolate and candy are unpleasant to me. Hershey bars have a dusty texture and Cadbury Dairy Milk's recipe seems to be changing."
Some people dislike candy corn for its taste and texture, but those who enjoy it can still find it during Halloween season. It's not considered the best candy in America.
"I had Red Vines, expecting them to be delicious, but to my disappointment, they tasted like soap,"
A scathing comment on Brits being elitist about candy, with one person's mom comparing Twizzlers to plastic.
"The supermarket bread and average burger or hot dog buns in the US are too sweet for my taste buds."
Aussies confused by American themed restaurants like Outback, with inaccurate Aussie language. Critic questions relevance of "Blooming Onion" to Australia.
Dislike for casseroles made with "cream of" anything soup and topped with chips due to high sodium content.