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Are there any foods outside of your ethnicity/culture tradition that you always have on hand or really love?

For me it's keffir and Im white. Great in the morning.
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>>9802809
Soy sauce. Aslo kefir is traditional and widespread here too.
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>>9802809
Most of what I eat is outside of the foods of my ethnic origins. As far as I know my blood is mostly Irish and German. Most of what I cook is Mediterranean and Asian.
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>>9802809
are the stories true she was an insatiable slutty cockgobbler? makes me sad I never met her.
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>>9802809
Her sex pics when
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>>9802809
>keffir
The patricianest of beverages. Kefir is good any time of day.
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>>9804810
Yes.
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I've always got the standard 'ethnic shit' in my pantry and fridge (soy sauce, salsa, fish sauce, garam masala, etc.) But I feel like I'm the only white American I know to always have Lizano in my fridge at all times. Only Ticos use this shit, and I fell in love with it when I spent a couple weeks in Costa Rica. Excellent on beans, grilled fish, and eggs.
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>>9802809
This. It's good as fuck for a jar sauce. So cake to whip up some rice, toast some bread, and saute some chicken.
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>>9802809
Feta, cod liver oil, sauerkraut
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>>9802809
sauerkraut and chinese vermicelli
mexican btw
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>>9802809
I would eat her poo poo
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Miso paste and tamarind, both make good "secret ingredients" in western dishes.

>>9804849
Second, truly delicious beverage and good for your gut.
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>>9804810
>>9805221
Can confirm
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>>9802809
harissa
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Well I'm Irish ethnically/culturally. So good quality takes a drastic nosedive after breakfast. And where I am from, salt cod and hardtack or lamb shanks/roast are the only decent daytime meals. So yeah, I eat exotic really often. My two favorites are katsudon and kofte.
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>>9802809
Miso, gochujang, kalamata olives, feta cheese, hummus, and japanese curry roux blocks. I'm white as a fuckin' sheet.
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Since like most amerifat males who want a stable and happy family I've married outside my white ethnicity (asian qt, thx), I eat a shitload of korean food because she's a good cook among other things. Lately I've gotten into making thai curries and the tom yum soups as well. It goes without saying I've been doing authentic mexican. I made red mole that kicked ass and this winter I'm gong to take the plunge and do rick bayless' famous black mole when I have a couple days. I'd probably try to do an OC with it but I suspect it would turn into a shitfest.
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>>9802868
Soy sauce. Peppers, potatoes, and corn. I'm white.
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>>9802809
I would never eat again if I could cum on those tits just once.
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>>9802809
>really love?
I can't get enough mexican food. especially fajitas
I usually have some flour tortillas on hand. I just recently found jalapeno cheddar flour tortillas, and holy shit they are so good. tried them in some chicken ramen yesterday and it was amazing. I also had carrot, onion, celery, garlic, peas, and broccoli in the soup. I'm not too fond of eating plain tortillas, but with these I can heat them up over the fire, and eat them plain anytime
OP I had to search keffir, what does it taste like?
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>>9805557
I also love Lizano because of a trip to Costa Rica. Good choice anon.
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>>9806119
fuck yeah. remember that mole can also be used in sandwiches, casseroles, and delicious crepes.
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I love grape soda.
I'm not a nigger though.
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>>9807021
Pick one.
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>>9802809
Not really from my culture, but I just love shit like this
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>>9802809
Almost always Gochujang -- that fermented sweet chili paste is fucking amazing. Stir fried pork bulgogi is god-tier Asian food.
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>(She) came to America when she was 7. Her father was a movie producer who had brought the family here from Italy. They attended the best schools and lived in increasingly beautiful homes. But (her) father was difficult. He collected guns and used them to intimidate the children and their mother. When she was 12, her father decided her nanny wasn't needed anymore. He began to enter her room at night and that was the end of her childhood. By age 13, he was regularly raping her at least three times a week.

>The audience--including Tipper Gore, Abigail Van Buren, Quincy Jones, Sherry Lansing, Norman Lear, Marsha Mason and Susan Dey, to name but a few--seemed to be holding its breath, holding back tears.

>(Her) life became a mixture of shame and fear. . . . Her father told her they had been lovers in a previous life and that he was preparing her so that when she had a boyfriend or husband she would know what to do. But there were no boyfriends. (She) was never allowed to date. She was allowed no activities outside the home. She had become her father's captive. As (she) neared the end of high school, she began to dream of escape. She knew that if she did not leave the house now, she would be there forever. She packed her bags and told her father she was moving out. He called her a slut and a bitch. And he looked at her and said, "Take that whore of a sister with you."
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>>9807047
no meat or cheese in your culture?
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>>9804810
Makes tons of sense when you consider she was likely abused.
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>>9806168
>OP I had to search keffir, what does it taste like?
It honestly has a taste very similar to yogurt, but in liquid form, sort of like a smoothie. It's slightly effervescent because it is fermented and is very good for your gi track.
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>>9807074
that gochujang isn't more widely known/utilized is a goddamn crime, honestly
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>>9807179
it's just spicy fermented bean paste right?

I like how "Korean food" basically just takes already established chinese and japanese cuisine and then merges it with other western shit lol
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>>9802809
I would penetrate her with my penis, If you know what I mean
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>>9807201
As does every cuisine in some way or another, they borrow base recipes -- modify to their own tastes and create something new. Filipinos also steal a ton of Cantonese style Chinese food like pancit canton and certain bbq pork is a direct rip off of char siu.

Plus this is fucking everywhere in the west, look at the ungodly trainwreck that is American-Italian food...

>>9807179
I've added a bit to a roux then made cheese sauce for Mac & Cheese with it and it was great.
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EVERYONE FUCK OFF

GIADA IS MY COOKFU
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>>9807218
by the sound of it shes everyones cockfu
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>>9807215
I-I wasn't looking for a cogent response, anon. I just wanted to make someone mad. Very good points though.

Although I think some Italian-American food is redeemable. Chicken franciase and chicken parm are great. It's probably been around for so long that it's comfy now for us. Probably how flips feel about spam products.
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>>9802809
I am Korean ethnically and I unironically have oregano on pizza and hummus on sandwich (I use hummus instead of mayo). Also, I always try every kebab/shawarma restaurant whenever I move to a new place and I think Lebanese makes the best kebab/shawarma
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>>9807201
Gochujang really isn't a bean paste; it's mostly a combination of Korean chili flakes and glutinous rice meal/flour.

>>9807215
Shit, that sounds delicious; might have to steal that idea going forward.
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>>9807227
>oregano on pizza and hummus on sandwich

Is this weird?
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Chinese food. Not the slightest bit asian but man do I love chinese food.
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>>9807226
>chicken parm
It's actually British, not Italian.
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>>9807227
Dried oregano on pizza is an excellent choice, as is hummus on sandwiches (mayo sucks desu.)
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>>9802809
Yakisoba

god tier
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>>9806002
>gochujang, kalamata olives
Good taste Anon.
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>>9807220
If this was reddit and I was a redditfag, I would have upvoted your comment.
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Huevos Rancheros.

I have it at least once a week.
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>>9802809
Italian deli sandwiches. All of them.
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>>9807107
who hurt her? :'(
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>>9807824
she was dropped on the floor as a kid. as a result shes only 4 feet tall.
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>>9807824
Her dad sexually abused her
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>>9807715
Quit being so mad you’re waifu has tasted all the sausages in the store.

Then she fucked them
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>>9802809
I’m Indian and I mostly cook Italian, Mediterranean
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>>9802809
i like canned aerosol cheese. can't find it in Mississippi for the life of me.
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who the fuck stays mostly within their ethnicity/culture tradition?
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>>9809899
no one. it's a shit thread. /b/ and /pol/ are bleeding.
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>>9809353
Squeezy-cheese is good on one dish and one dish only: On Johnsonville brauts, with saurkraut and brown mustard. That shit is straight divine.
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>>9809910
gtfo, i never thought of actually using it for cooking. thank you. i will seriously do that. it'd be just as good as cheddarwurst or what ever cheese impregnated brats, right?
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>>9807303
Not in where I live (SoCal) but Koreans rarely try this

>>9807355
Oh yea. Tbqh, Tzatziki on sandwich is great to
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I'm an Irish American and eat a lot Mexican food.




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