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6th May '16 4:24:02 PM Jhonny
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** Secondly: What condiments are okay? What about Salsa Lizano? (Ticos love it, everybody else thinks it's weird) What about Cilantro?

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** Secondly: What condiments are okay? What about Salsa Lizano? (Ticos love it, everybody else thinks it's weird) What about Cilantro?Cilantro? What about coconut milk? (The Caribbean Coast likes it, everyone else considers it sacrilegious)
6th May '16 4:21:32 PM Jhonny
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* There is a dish popular in Central America and adjacent areas containing mostly beans and rice, just three problems; of course the whole thing is aggravated by the fact that it is a staple food in many places and part of the daily diet of millions of people
** First: What do you call it? Gallo Pinto? Casamiento? Moros y Cristianos? Rice and Beans? Something else entirely?
** Secondly: What condiments are okay? What about Salsa Lizano? (Ticos love it, everybody else thinks it's weird) What about Cilantro?
** Red beans or black beans?
* Plantains: Green or ripe? The green variety tastes almost like potato, the ripe variety has a much more banana like taste and gets a slight caramel flavor when fried
19th Feb '16 7:30:19 AM Noram54
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** Legally, [[http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/vfoodmanual/vfood6260.htm they're cakes ]]
9th Feb '16 2:43:51 AM TSims
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*Brown gravy vs White gravy
28th Jan '16 2:46:14 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* Coke vs Pepsi, to the point where Coke drinkers screamed "Ruined!" at the top of their lungs in the 80s when a failing Coke changed their formula to make the soda taste more like Pepsi. (Indeed, these Coke fans chose not to drink anything but water until the Coca-Cola Company changed the flavor back.)
** This exists between most similar sodas on a lesser scale: Mountain Dew original vs its many spinoff flavours (I.E. Code Red), Mountain Dew vs Mellow Yellow, Sprite vs. Squirt, Mr. Pibb vs Dr. Pepper, and countless others.
** To a lesser extent, both sides have their own splits over high fructose corn syrup (both mainstream brands) vs. cane sugar (Mexican Cokes, Pepsi Throwbacks).

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* Coke vs Pepsi, to the point where Coke drinkers screamed "Ruined!" at the top of their lungs in the 80s when a failing Coke changed their formula to make the soda taste more like Pepsi. (Indeed, these Coke fans chose not to drink anything but water until the Coca-Cola Company changed the flavor back.)
Soda:
** This exists between most similar sodas on a lesser scale: Mountain Dew original vs its many spinoff flavours (I.E. Code Red), Mountain Dew vs Mellow Yellow, Sprite vs. Squirt, Mr. Pibb vs Dr. Pepper, and countless others.
** To a lesser extent, both sides have their own splits over high
High fructose corn syrup (both (the standard of mainstream brands) brands Coke and Pepsi) vs. cane sugar (Mexican Cokes, Pepsi Throwbacks).
25th Nov '15 8:55:07 PM DavidDelony
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* Frozen foods vs fresh foods only

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* Frozen Packaged/frozen foods vs fresh foods only
25th Nov '15 8:54:45 PM DavidDelony
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* Whether or not [=GMOs=] are acceptable to eat. This issue tends to fall in line geographically, with some regions full of people vehemently against genetically-modified foods (most notably Europe) and regions full of people who honestly can care less (like North America and Asia). Fanning the flames, as of late, is the [[http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/19/health/genetically-engineered-salmon/index.html "frankensalmon,"]] approved by the FDA as fit for human consumption.

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* Whether or not [=GMOs=] are acceptable to eat. This issue tends to fall in line geographically, with some regions full of people vehemently against genetically-modified foods (most notably Europe) and regions full of people who honestly can couldn't care less (like North America and Asia). Fanning the flames, as of late, is the [[http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/19/health/genetically-engineered-salmon/index.html "frankensalmon,"]] approved by the FDA as fit for human consumption.
25th Nov '15 2:27:34 PM ZombieAladdin
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* Whether or not [=GMOs=] are acceptable to eat. This issue tends to fall in line geographically, with some regions full of people vehemently against genetically-modified foods (most notably Europe) and regions full of people who honestly can care less (like North America and Asia). Fanning the flames, as of late, is the [[http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/19/health/genetically-engineered-salmon/index.html "frankensalmon,"]] approved by the FDA as fit for human consumption.
18th Oct '15 3:02:22 PM Nazmaldun
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*Frozen foods vs fresh foods only
14th Sep '15 3:45:57 PM Pichu-kun
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* Different countries with similar foods get this. What is the proper way to cook them? For example,

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* Different countries with similar foods get this. What is the proper way to cook them? For example, Puerto Rican "Arroz Con Dulce" vs Mexican "Arroz Con Leche". They're both rice pudding, fyi.
* What foods you should eat on certain holidays like Christmas differs from region to region.
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