Foods Banned Around The World

1. Fruit Loops: North American breakfast cereals have gained quite a reputation for containing large amounts of sugar.

2. Rare Burgers: A true fan of beef will tell you that the only way to truly eat a burger or steak is to have it “walking off the plate”. 

3. Kebabs: Having a wide range of foods available from all over the world has helped many cities cement their places in the food world. 

4. Chewing Gum: When getting ready for an important meeting or a date many people turn to chewing gum to help improve the smell.

5. Fat-Free Chips: Fat-free chips were created in order to give people an alternative to the greasy, fatty, delicious, salt-covered snacks.

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6. Mac and Cheese: In North America, one of the more popular lunches for children is Mac and Cheese. Not the homemade oven-baked kind.

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7. Various Brands of French Fries: In recent years, it has become increasingly common to keep a bag of frozen french fries in your freezer at home. 

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8. Kinder Surprise Eggs: In 2018, an event took place in the United States that would inevitably change the futures of an entire generation.

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9. Casu Marzu: The fermentation of casu marzu causes the inside of the hard pecorino cheese to soften into an almost creamy texture.

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10. Durian Fruit: Durian fruit can be found on most of the Southeast Asian islands.

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11. Foie Gras: Foie gras is a well-known item in French cuisine. It is made out of duck liver and has a delicate flavor.

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12. Horse Meat: Yesteryear was a simpler time. A time when people made their own butter and frequently ate horse meat.

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13. Samosas: Samosas have been part of South Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine for centuries.

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