12 American Foods That People From Other Countries Can’t Stomach

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American Cheese: Whether Kraft singles or generic, it's so processed, it barely resembles cheese, as noted by one commenter.

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Sweet Bread: American bread's excessive sugar content shocks foreigners and even some Americans, sparking curiosity about bread from other countries.

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Hershey's Chocolate: Criticized for its dusty texture, Hershey's bars prompt comparisons to uneaten Easter candy.

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Chips as Side: Foreigners are baffled by potato chips as a side, equating it to gas station junk food.

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Grits: Described with humor, one foreigner recalls their awkward encounter with this Southern staple, noting its unique texture.

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Biscuits and Gravy: Despite being flavorful, foreigners find this Southern dish visually unappealing, likening it to vomit initially.

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