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Q: What food do you miss the most from your home country?

Whenever my friends and I get together, the one topic that always gets asked regardless of what we have been doing lately in our lives is what foods we miss the most from home, the answers are usually the same and we always hate ourselves when we get done. When a friend comes back from our home country we always hound them about what they ate and how was it and to use as many adjectives as possible. the food that i miss the most is a toss up between Taco bell tacos and peach cobbler (im a Tennessee boy in changsha, no tacos here)

8 years 34 weeks ago in  General  - Other cities

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I am home right now. I am shocked how much better foods are, how tasty everything is and what a relief it is to be able to buy food without risk of slow death through poisoning. 


And seeing the happy cows munching green grass on the fields does make having a steak or a glass of milk a nicer experience. 

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