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different cultured food

  1. greeneyesH1982 profile image60
    greeneyesH1982posted 7 years ago

    anyone have any ideas on different types of cultured food that they have made or tried that they really liked?

    1. nooyawka212 profile image61
      nooyawka212posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Wait a sec. What do you mean by 'cultured'? Do you mean from a culture other than American? Do you mean fermented, using a bacteria culture? If you're talking about beer and wine, they are 'cultured' by bacteria. So is bread. What do you want to know?

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    cosetteposted 7 years ago

    you mean like yogurt? wink

    anyway, i have made Mexican, Spanish, Chinese, Italian, but never Indian cuisine for some reason. i had some Indian food in a restuarant once and there was some spice in it that as soon as it went in my mouth i felt like i had to throw up. i mean it was instantaneous

    1. greeneyesH1982 profile image60
      greeneyesH1982posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      no not yoghurt silly

  3. Alessia Amnesia profile image55
    Alessia Amnesiaposted 7 years ago

    I think everyone who lives in America has had some other culture's food. My favorite to make and eat are crab rangoons.

    1. greeneyesH1982 profile image60
      greeneyesH1982posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      crab rangoons?

  4. Karina S. profile image61
    Karina S.posted 7 years ago

    I made taco's

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    ralwusposted 7 years ago

    Grits. With butter. big_smile

  6. BBCG profile image57
    BBCGposted 7 years ago

    I like to try food from different cultures, but what I eat mostly comes from my girlfriend, who is asian.  There are some really good foods and spices in that type of food.  I also have an aunt who is from India, and I love a lot of food from there...

    There there is Mexican and Italian that I really enjoy as well...

  7. elayne001 profile image66
    elayne001posted 7 years ago

    I make curry quite a bit because my husband loves it. I like it mildly hot whereas he likes it really hot so it makes you sweat when you eat it - good for clearing out the sinuses. I prefer dry curry - he prefers wet. Anyways, curry is best if you have the authentic spices. Some are touted as aphrodisiacs.

  8. The Rope profile image56
    The Ropeposted 7 years ago

    Italian (both traditional as well as Americanized), Asian, British, Scottish, Middle Eastern...and the list goes on.  Love it!