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View Poll Results: Which country produces the best food?
Italy 28 37.84%
France 13 17.57%
United States 5 6.76%
Other (Please Specify) 28 37.84%
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Where does the best food come from?

I love Italy's pasta

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Including USA and not Japan/Asia in the poll is ridiculous. As if they have anything they originally invented except McDonald's and KFC

My personal favorites is Japanese and Italian.
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Re: Where does the best food come from?

Italy for sure. Pasta, pizza, gelato, the cappuccino, I could go on.

Japanese is a close second.

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Re: Where does the best food come from?

Why isn't Spain on the poll?






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Why isn't Spain on the poll?
because spanish food is mostly crap

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Italian and Thai food


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Turkey and Lebanon.





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mjau, you have the biggest swedish meatballs i have ever seen
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Like Italian, Mexican (or more specifically Tex-Mex), Indian, American (I consider it Anglo food, but meh) and Chinese quite a lot. Italian out of those 3.
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Italia.

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