Canned Foods

For whatever reason, tinned food—specifically those that probably don't need to be canned—was disliked. Long-term canning degrades flavor. However, passionate patriots countered that a mountain winter in the Boonies required canned supplies.


The British have a superiority complex about their confectionery. One particularly vicious insult expressed exactly this feeling when it described a visit from the offender's mother to the United States. 

Cheese with Its Many Flavors

Slammed was Wisconsin's favorite product. Comments ranged from ambivalence regarding mac-and-cheese to Cheese Whiz being awful, but canned cheese, which only needs fifty-one percent cheese, drew special ire.

Sugar Content

Most people are shocked to learn how much sugar the average American consumes each day. purchased a peanut butter cake mix from the store. After it was baked, they gave it to my American friend, who devoured it despite its extreme sweetness.

Candy Corn

Baked cornstarch packed with colored sugar and waxed. According to thread responses, a lot. Haters can skip Halloween by not coming. It's not America's best sweet.

Sweet Potato Casserole

Thanksgiving supper is a ten-star meal. The marshmallow and brown sugar-topped sweet potato casserole may have offended some. I think sweetness complements savory.

Hershey’s Chocolate

Even Americans agreed. The chocolate industrial candy bar still sells.Hershey's chocolate's unique flavor comes from soured milk powder, which has been cheapened over time.


Americans consume more sugar than Europeans. Donut complaints are expected. With Dunkin' and Krispy Kreme fighting for supremacy, there's never been a better moment to eat an American doughnut.

Ambrosia Salad

Ambrosia salad is a kind of coleslaw with a sugary dressing. It's made with coconut, canned fruit, marshmallows, nuts, and either mayonnaise or heavy cream. 

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