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In Italy, you won’t find spaghetti and meatballs together in traditional restaurants. They do serve meatballs, but they are served as a meal themselves. The same with pasta, it generally is meatless. There is a saying that states Italian men think it’s not a meal without bread while American men believe that it’s not a meal without meat. It varies depending on the country, but it still is similar in each.
So to Americanize food, often, meat is put into the dish. Take meatloaf to show you how drastic this can be. Meatloaf is an American food. No other country thought about taking ground meat and making a cake out of it. They’d rather have actual cake. But Americans like to eat meat so much they made a meat cake. Foreigners often hate the idea of it. On the same note, pot roast is an American original that consists of another meat cake. This one is more solid.
This meat obsession is the second odd thing foreigners believe Americans obsess over. Number one is fried food. They wonder why on earth people would fry perfectly good things. Many don’t enjoy the taste of artery clogging grease. Who knew? Fried pickles, corn dogs, and funnel cakes aren’t what everyone dreamed about. Don’t get them wrong; there are plenty of “unsavory” foods in other countries too. It’s what we are accustomed to that makes the difference.
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