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Which country's cuisine do you think is the best? Don't say your own country. I would pick Greece.
2018-11-15 15:36
Wrong sub-forum. Sorry.
2018-11-15 15:36
#97
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France GAITS 
1- French world known to be top1, most technical cooks ever, cooking is more important than breathing, listed to UNESCO's world heritage. 2- Italian is really close to French gastronomy but with a more Mediterranean style except in the north like Veneto or Lombardi (and please fatty Americans and plebs try to learn more about Italian cuisine, its really worth it, pizza/pastas is good for a student meal, Italy have soooo much better to offer and way more subtile and complex dishes). 3- Japanese gastronomy and the traditional etiquette is incredible moreover for fish lovers. I'm found of the traditional costumes and the codes used during a traditional diner. ---- the rest All good, every country has a nice gastronomy heritage. At the moment you cook fresh ingredients, made with respect for the product and the consumer, with a bit of knowledge in cooking, every country has good recipes and awesome plates to offer. Don't waste time eating crap tasteless shit or fast food greasy turds, life is too short to waste time with theses industrial stuff (+ it will make it shorter)
2018-11-16 01:14
#108
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France mdK_ 
Chinese too *-* French tacos are the bests LUL (actually not joking, so good) Tacos tenders cordon bleu with algerian sauce
2018-11-16 09:04
#2
ZywOo | 
France ZywHere 
your own country
2018-11-15 15:39
#4
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Lithuania entyzan 
reported
2018-11-15 15:40
#5
ZywOo | 
France ZywHere 
im feeling thank you
2018-11-15 15:40
ZywHat?
2018-11-15 16:26
#3
cyx | 
Germany Shadyy89 
Mama Mia Italia my friendo
2018-11-15 15:40
#18
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Belgium KevinGatesYo 
+1
2018-11-15 15:52
+1
2018-11-15 16:22
#6
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Korea DadaDahyun 
If there's anything I miss from France is its gastronomy
2018-11-15 15:40
Thai tbh
2018-11-15 15:41
sudan
2018-11-15 15:41
Italy has the best. Who doesen't like pizza, lasagna and spaghetti?!?
2018-11-15 15:41
mom's spaghetti
2018-11-15 15:54
#28
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Lithuania entyzan 
bitch lasagna
2018-11-15 16:09
gotta get the carbs
2018-11-15 16:45
#51
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Norway rogueplayer 
Carbs = Bald no thanks u
2018-11-15 17:02
Never heard of that one before
2018-11-16 01:13
UK
2018-11-15 15:42
HA
2018-11-15 16:08
it's true mr burger
2018-11-15 16:09
French /closed
2018-11-15 15:42
#61
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France GAITS 
+1 and its world renown so why still debating ?
2018-11-16 00:12
i think asian cuisine is the best. most healthy, most diverse, tasty. but u need to get used to it or u shit liquid rage
2018-11-15 15:42
If you had to say one specific Asian country which would it be? I like indian, thai and nepalese cuisine the most.
2018-11-15 16:06
thai probably, i love their curry styles and spices
2018-11-15 16:06
Hell yeah
2018-11-15 16:09
except for chinese food. opposite of healthy.
2018-11-16 00:22
Chinese food is healthy, and there are plenty of different chinese cuisines depending on the region. "Western fastfood chinese" is not healthy nor chinese.
2018-11-16 00:46
"Asian cuisine", makes no fucking sense. It's like saying "European cuisine". Pretty big difference between e.g. Thai, Indian or Chinese food.
2018-11-17 00:53
well you must be fun at social gatherings amiright?
2018-11-17 01:19
na food #1 they have really perfected the art of cooking
2018-11-15 15:44
#63
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France GAITS 
3/8 but lots of potential for this bait
2018-11-16 00:13
In terms of taste i would pick my own country but definitely not the healthiest one
2018-11-15 15:45
>Taste >Kebab If you call 3 litres of garlic sauce taste then sure
2018-11-15 16:23
garlic sauce isn't a part of Turkish cuisine, i've never saw any garlic sauce being used in dishes in my whole life. It's a disrespect to kebab also. If you don't know shit i suggest not to talk about it, or you're going to rekt yourself as you did above.
2018-11-15 16:47
Well that's how they make it in the Netherlands. It was just a joke man you sound very offended and sad
2018-11-15 16:52
I just don't like how kebab is advertised outside of Turkey and people think it's just a generic thing but there's many kinds of kebabs here in Turkey, wtf is garlic sauce kebab..
2018-11-15 16:57
It's common in Europe, at least here in the Nordic countries. I like it, but I'm pretty sure that it isn't traditional. The best kebab I've ever had was an "Adana kebab" at a restaurant in Turkey when I was about 16 - we don't really get any traditional Turkish style kebabs over here so people just settle for what they know.
2018-11-16 00:50
+1 Words of wisdom.. Thanks for honoring kebab
2018-11-16 08:57
wtf are you talking about garlic sauce in kebab? Im 24 yo and this is the first time i heard that
2018-11-16 00:10
#68
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Germany Eulix 
its pretty common in germany almost everybody gets their kebab/döner with garlic sauce did you ever try the kebab they sell in other countrys and if so do you like it?
2018-11-16 00:17
i didnt but my sister was in germany last year and she mentioned she could not eat döner in germany because of too much sauce. I just dont see why would you put sauce when it is already done with sauce itself
2018-11-16 01:12
#64
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Finland Smoonah 
can't say I've ever had kababs with garlic sauce.... and I've tried multiple varieties/country recipes. you usually get chutney or tzatziki with it.
2018-11-16 00:14
+1 lived in multiple European countries and garlic sauce really isn't that common.
2018-11-17 00:57
#15
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Sweden Gohjavlar 
Denmark, love The danish flaeskesteg for dinner and rullepølse on danish rugbrød för breakfast:D
2018-11-15 15:49
#91
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Denmark chrkloster 
People simply don't know how good (and incredible unhealthy) danish food really is :D I've always told my self; If anything fails, go to USA and start a restaurant and sell "flæskestegs/frikadellesandwich and REAL sausages .. With how much unhealthy food the Muricans love, this cannot go wrong!
2018-11-16 01:03
Greece Zakynthos i love this place :o
2018-11-15 15:51
Your mother
2018-11-15 15:52
Italy by far
2018-11-15 15:54
russia bread and vodka yolo xD 😂😀💪🤙😎
2018-11-15 15:54
#70
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Finland Smoonah 
beef stroganoff is pretty amazing...
2018-11-16 00:18
Italy
2018-11-15 15:56
#23
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Slovakia zzzkkkyyy 
Italy /close
2018-11-15 15:59
my country, not your own
2018-11-15 16:06
#31
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France mat660 
I can say french , so i pick Italy . But no many people realy what is the real italian food .
2018-11-15 16:13
#69
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France GAITS 
I agree. I live in Italy since September and it's sad to see that foreigners actually just know pizza/pasta/gnocchis and that's all. Italian cuisine is actually really close to southern france cuisine with a huge diversity of ingredients and ways to cook them. Most of Americans will pick Italy just because they order domino's pizza once a week or cook some lasagne once a month but Italian food is way deeper and more subtile than this.
2018-11-16 00:18
From what i've understood italian cuisine is all about using local ingredients. Foods near sea are completely different from foods in the inland. Not sure why pizza and pasta+meatballs are so popular abroad. Heard from the native italians those two foods are completely ruined in the first place (too much stuffings on pizza, meatball sauce is mostly sugar)
2018-11-16 00:38
#88
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France GAITS 
Meatball sauce is actually American even if Americans think its Italian. Also I guess every gastronomy is about local products. I mean its logical that cities close to the ocean will cook a lot of fish and sea products and the people from the mountains a lot of cheese, pork and stuff like that. Italy works the same as France, every single city/village has its own specificity, every regions developed specific ingredients/animals, wines, ... etc
2018-11-16 00:58
Well, in finland the local products aren't that important. We are happy to sell reindeer meat in the Helsinki meanwhile nearest reindeers live almost thousand kilometers northwards. Hell im sure half of the ingredients are flewn in from across the globe, and even the local products have been sitting in the transporting vehicles for couple days. (Oh and its no surprise nobody likes finnish cuisine)
2018-11-16 01:33
#101
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France GAITS 
Well Finnish situation is a bit extreme because of the specific climate and the difficulty to grow a wide diversity of vegetables and animals. Worst part is that you can't make wine. A decent meal must ALWAYS be served with the proper wine. And I you don't grow wine it has no link to the food. I mean, in my hometown the local ingredients are duck (foie grad/liver, breast), garlic, black wild pork, white beans. Most of theses are used in local traditional recipes. And in the same area we grow a strong red wine called Madiran (very manly, wooden and strong taste) that fits perfectly this kind of food. But also we have the sweetest white wine (Vendemiaire, Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh) that is perfect for foie-gras (duck liver). Always connect stuff
2018-11-16 01:45
Sure sounds like we are thousands of years behind the french cuisine here in finland. Microbreweries are lifting their heads up rather than wineyards, but again we are way behind the brits/germany/belgium. Atleast we have rye bread, cloudberries and salmiak liquorice :P
2018-11-16 01:57
#113
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France GAITS 
Never heard of this before but I'll give it a try as soon as I have the opportunity 🍴🍷
2018-11-16 09:31
#34
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North America Foxaika 
Probably Italy overall.
2018-11-15 16:23
#37
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France mat660 
The french food transformed the italian food like for the pasta .
2018-11-15 16:29
#35
oskarJ | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w 
france for sure
2018-11-15 16:25
#46
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United Kingdom LooseHS 
Italian>french spaghetti>baguette
2018-11-15 16:46
#58
oskarJ | 
Czech Republic y0fl0w 
UK talking about cuisine 0/8
2018-11-15 17:16
#71
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France GAITS 
Lmao your opinion is irrelevant in this topic, sorry my Lord.
2018-11-16 00:19
#38
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Portugal mrsc 
italy, turkish food is great too
2018-11-15 16:35
japanese
2018-11-15 16:37
this
2018-11-15 16:41
#59
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North America Foxaika 
Also a really good pick
2018-11-15 17:58
Most flavorless food on the planet. Everytime I eat japanese Im full, but it feels like I ate nothing.
2018-11-16 00:23
so true
2018-11-16 12:42
a
2018-11-16 00:24
#40
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Slovakia ypsylonnn 
Hungarian Csipos paprika
2018-11-15 16:38
slovakian strapačky
2018-11-15 17:01
slovakian and a hungarian exchanging compliments, we are witnessing one of the rarest moments on the internet
2018-11-16 00:20
italy. Simple dishes that are simply good because of good fresh ingredients
2018-11-15 16:39
Italy, Turkey and entire US fastfood brands.
2018-11-15 16:42
#73
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France GAITS 
"Entire US fast food brands" ok then your opinion is irrelevant. Please leave the topic sir.
2018-11-16 00:20
#127
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France mat660 
We need to defend the real food ! x)
2018-11-17 00:40
#44
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Algeria MagnumDz 
India / turkey
2018-11-15 16:45
#52
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Norway rogueplayer 
For health, longevity and variation in tastes: Korean or Japanese
2018-11-15 17:03
Italian.
2018-11-15 17:05
italy or french i guess,
2018-11-15 17:06
#55
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Canada thelegend27 
scotland haggis, deep fried pizza, and unhealthy 3000 calorie munchy boxes
2018-11-15 17:07
#56
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Greenland Jardeet 
Georgian
2018-11-15 17:08
#57
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Switzerland AlexTenebrae 
Italy, Ukraine , Greece, Spain, and Austria
2018-11-15 17:09
#118
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Austria Laolon 
+1 Austria and greece you know what you are talking about
2018-11-16 12:51
#119
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Switzerland AlexTenebrae 
I love desserts from Austria
2018-11-16 12:54
#120
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Austria Laolon 
which one?
2018-11-16 12:55
#121
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Switzerland AlexTenebrae 
Sacheltorte + strudels
2018-11-16 12:57
#62
ropz | 
United States Glad1us 
Fine Italian dining is good but I think that good sushi wins every day, its so damn good!
2018-11-16 00:12
Mexican cuisine is great. I like spicy stuff in general tho (._.)7
2018-11-16 00:15
Uyghur food.
2018-11-16 00:16
#67
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United States Xorsk 
French and Japanese
2018-11-16 00:16
Spain's gastronomy is insane, and its healthy aswell so 10/10
2018-11-16 00:24
American, italian, even mexican, the french can make good steaks but small ass portions. Rest suck. All asian dishes taste like water.
2018-11-16 00:25
No clue, i haven't eaten that many proper foreign foods. If i buy "chinese" from finland its pretty far from chinese. Would have to say danish as its the only one i have been able to taste a little bit, in form of danish pastry and smörrebröd(bread). Spanish and mexican foods look gorgeous, but haven't been able to taste. (healthy too) Other than that i have enjoyed spicy soups so i suppose vietnamese/thai could suit me
2018-11-16 00:29
Luxemburg kitchen
2018-11-16 00:33
italian, mexican, thai, japanese, there is so much
2018-11-16 00:47
Polish, Georgian, Thai and Mediterranean.
2018-11-16 00:51
I'm going to go with Italian. The food isn't (usually) fancy, it's just simple fresh ingredients prepared well with a lot of time put into the final dish. Obvious second answer would be French, and obviously anyone with tastebuds has to respect the dishes that emerge from that region, but a lot of it is just too fancy for me personally. French food would be something I'd choose on a special occasion, but I'd struggle to eat it regularly. Iberian cuisine is super underrated imo. Spanish cuisine is much more diverse than you'd think, and their cured meats are second to none. There's a great Portuguese dish called bacalhau (? not sure of the spelling, any portuguese person please feel free to come in and correct me) which is a type of salted cod, the quality of fresh fish over there is great. Light, tasty, and (broadly) healthy - nothing to fault. I don't really have a lot to say about Asian food as I'm not a big fan of noodles, rice, or incredibly spicy things, but I guess that deserves a mention too based on sheer popularity alone.
2018-11-16 00:58
#89
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Canada Surzz 
Canada
2018-11-16 01:00
kraft dinner
2018-11-16 07:54
Portugal 4 sure
2018-11-16 01:01
thai or italy
2018-11-16 01:05
#93
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Romania Anonym20 
chinese
2018-11-16 01:10
#98
suNny | 
China kyroli 
eyyyyyyy
2018-11-16 01:14
Nordic
2018-11-16 01:12
Poortugal or italy We might be poor but we know how to feed ourselves
2018-11-16 01:15
#102
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United Kingdom 1NvErT 
Indian, cant beat a chicken madras
2018-11-16 01:50
#106
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Norway Hokken 
Esso burger
2018-11-16 09:03
Probably italy and turkey
2018-11-16 09:03
#109
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Spain Shurpresa 
Mediterranean food, wether it is spain, italy france. Europe > rest of the world. Inside europe, south countries > north ones, except greece
2018-11-16 09:05
Do you dislike Greek food or do you think Greece is in North Europe?
2018-11-16 12:46
#125
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Spain Shurpresa 
I dislike it obviously? wtf Im not murican
2018-11-16 17:52
Italian for sure : - Pasta - Pizza - Burrata - Gorgonzola - Italian Mama - Ricotta - Foccacia with mozarella
2018-11-16 09:05
NA because of McDonald's burgers and greasy fat people
2018-11-16 09:14
Any mediterranean country really
2018-11-16 09:37
#117
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Austria Laolon 
+1 greek and czeck
2018-11-16 12:46
#122
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Japan Th3Koala 
Korean/Thai
2018-11-16 12:58
there is no such thing as "best" in this world.
2018-11-16 12:59
Italia No 1,french can't cook
2018-11-16 13:03
#126
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Cyprus devvezera 
Turkey for kebab
2018-11-16 17:54
#129
ceh9 | 
World mukas17 
Italy numbah one The Orient has great street food though.
2018-11-17 00:56
ITALY
2018-11-17 00:59
#133
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Russia Sur10n 
I mean,let's be real,nothing can replace "m'yaso pod shuboi" ( layer of meat,under layer of potato with cheese-mayonnaise crust on top ),"svekol'nik"/Holodnik ( natashaskitchen.com/holodnik-russian-col.. ),okroshka ( natashaskitchen.com/okroshka-recipe-russ.. ) and etc for me,but if i should peak one,it will be Italian cuisine for sure.Did you ever eat Tiramisu??Jesus,only this one thing can easely give them a second place out of all world cuisines in my heart,not to mention their pizza and pasta.
2018-11-17 01:22
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