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Why do amerifags ruin every foreign cuisine they get their greasy

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Why do amerifags ruin every foreign cuisine they get their greasy pig hands on?
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>>7078154
Why do europoors care so much about what americans do?
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looks pretty good

Please remember that america is a large and affluent place, so we can try a lot of stuff
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>>7078154
LMAO AMERICANS AMIRITE?
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>>7078174
No, no, no. It's: HURRR DURRR MURICANS SO <insert vaguely insulting adjective here>, AMIRITE?!?!?!
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because americans are fucking retarded
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>>7078193
fuck that chart. Celsius is entirely illogical and not very useful. Fahrenheit is a much better system for weather description (Celsius is cool for cooking though when the BP of water is actually relevant)
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Taking select foreign foods and modifying them to suit the masses is a foundation of american food culture. Pizza, tacos, fried rice, none of it's authentic and all of it's better than the original. It's the same with sushi. Applying the benefits of a global economy to previously national dishes in order to improve them, it's the american way.
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So Japan is allowed to do shit like this to our fast food, but theirs is sacred and cannot be altered?
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>>7078154
Because it tastes better. We're just enriching shit cultures. Maybe if you fags all around the food stopped making shit food we wouldn't need to keep improving on it.
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>>7078243
Oishii desu senpai~
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I like sashimi but god damn if deep fried shrimp and spicy mayo and barbecued eel aren't delicious.
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>>7078233
>>7078237
>>7078243

Reminder that spaghetti in ketchup is literally a thing you can order at restaurants in Japan
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>>7078233
CC eats some of this shit in Code Geass.
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>>7078233
Well to be fair American pizza probably also looks like ruined garbage compared for those who like those fancy pants Italian pizzas that's topped with circular blotches of cheese and a few leaves.
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>>7078154
Is your image supposed to be an example of that?

The Nipponjins have been frying things in oil before America even existed.
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>>7078226
>Fahrenheit is a much better system for weather description

How so? It's not like precision matters, who gives a shit if its 15 or 15.5 degree celsius outside.
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>>7078193
Fahrenheit was supposed to be the human body temp at 100, and the freezing point of water at 0.
The only problem is that the assistant was running a fever and they mistakenly used saltwater instead.
Besides, Fahrenheit is more accurate than Celsius, so git fukt yuropoor
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>>7078289
>people who set up the Fahrenheit scale fucked up the calibrations for where 0 and 100 are to be
>using a fluctuating, non-constant temperature for the reference point of 100 in the first place
>Fahrenheit is more accurate than Celsius

Physicists use Kelvin, which is almost Celsius. They're the kings of precision.
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>>7078233
This. People are just obsessed with Americans but other countries ruin foreign cuisine all the time.
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>>7078283
An ideal scale spreads the most used range from 0-100 (or -100 to +100). Celsius does a terrible job of this with all common temperatures bunched in a very small range giving you terrible precision with weather. Fahrenheit though not defined with this in mind does an amazing job of being close to the ideal 0-100 scale, upwards of 95% of the time the civilized world stays in that range while the whole spectrum is commonly used. It just makes no sense to waste half your scale on temperatures which do not naturally occur on earth's surface

>>7078292
>Physicists use Kelvin
For very different uses, this would not be very appropriate for use in weather, also it is not "almost Celsius". A change in 1 degree Celcius is equivalent to 1 K, but the scale is offset substantially
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>>7078316
nigga, there is no difference between 15 and 16 in celsius, who cares about your useless so called precision.
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>>7078289
>nd they mistakenly used saltwater instead.
pretty sure this is not true

But it is relevant that they used the freezing point of saturated NaCl brine as 0 which is very relevant for modern humans as that is when roads freeze as salt becomes ineffective. The freezing point of pure water which Celsius uses is not very relevant as we rarely deal with pure water
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>>7078193

month/day/year makes more sense than day/month/year.

its because you're going from the smallest number of choices, to the largest

9 months
up to 31 days
infinite years

It makes sense to go with month first since it has the smallest number of options, thus its logical to frame it first.
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>>7078316
>scale shrunk by a scale of 1.8
>it's suddenly shit

Shortcut: divide or multiply by 2. Only a huge dumbass can't do that.

And temperature is used outside of weather, for cooking you're going to be going throughout the 0-100 range, while Fahrenheit goes bumfuck retarded all over the place by your logic.
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>>7078320
Thats just not true. Are you too poor for air conditioning? I can tell when my AC is set at 69 vs 70. Sure as you get further from room temperature the difference is less noticeable, but it just makes no sense to confine your measurements to such an arbitrarily small range even if you couldn't easily tell the difference
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>>7078330
>>it's suddenly shit
its 180% worse

Its usable sure, but it is objectively worse for describing earthly weather, and the only reason it is used because of its undeserved relationship to the SI system, which is otherwise great
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>>7078328
It also makes more sense when speaking.

November 15th, 2015 sounds better than 15th November, 2015.
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>>7078327
Ice for beverages and refrigerators aren't a thing. Okay faggot.

>>7078335
And Fahrenheit is 180% worse for cooking and reading temperatures of machines that could run hot, right?
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>>7078330
>And temperature is used outside of weather, for cooking you're going to be going throughout the 0-100 range
Yeah, for cooking C is a little better than F, but the vast majority of times humans reference temperature it is in reference to weather and climate
>Shortcut: divide or multiply by 2. Only a huge dumbass can't do that.

You really miss the point, for C to include as much information about weather as F you would need to add a decimal
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>>7078343
>And Fahrenheit is 180% worse for cooking
Yeah, it doesn't work like that. If you cooked everything at exactly 100C and served at 0 your math would be correct, but thats obviously not the case
>and reading temperatures of machines that could run hot,

well that full depends on what type of machine we are talking about and what the definition of too hot is. You could potentially come up with all sorts of niche uses where various arbitrary scales work better, but weather is the dominant every day use of temperature so we should use a common scale that best addresses that, and apply niche scales when appropriate

I really don't understand your argument, you haven't really made any points in favor of your stance besides hot machines, why are you so opposed to using the more logic system?
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>>7078352
And weather doesn't exactly fluctuate between 0 and 100 everyday either. I really don't understand your argument, you haven't really made any points in favor of your stance besides somehow being able to tell differences in temperature of 1 Fahrenheit.
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>>7078154

The American palate is just beyond fucked. All people like here is stuff filled with sugar and salt. There is pretty much no subtlety in any American dishes.
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>>7078355
>doesn't exactly fluctuate between 0 and 100 everyday
no, but annually it come pretty close

I already mentioned that the system was not designed with this in mind, it just happens to do it better

Your stance seems to be that you like C because its what you use, rather than because its good, you are just blindly defending shit. 100 degrees being pretty hot and 0 being pretty cold is a great scale for normal use. 40 being pretty hot and -20 being pretty cold is just a dumb scale
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>>7078370
And people will deal with cold and hot foods pretty often while cooking, such a wonder.

You're literally just calling things you're unaccustomed to "dumb". -20C as the reference point for "pretty cold" only works if you're a Finn or something, most people in the world would start wearing thicker clothes at 0C.

I'm an American and I haven't yet insulted the Fahrenheit system, the closest thing I said to that was physicist use Kelvin which scales the same as Celsius. I'm fine with everyone using the scales they're accustomed to. Rather I think it is you who is adamant that Fahrenheit is suddenly so much better because you think literally everyone can somehow differentiate the difference between 68 degrees and 69 degrees with 100% accuracy just by their senses alone.
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>>7078389
Face it. He blew you the fuck out. How is 40 being very hot a good way to do it? 100 is hot. 0 is cold. Simple.
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>>7078343

not even the guy you commented on but, you do realize that whatever filters you are using still arent going to remove most of the contaminants and trace metals from your water right?
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>>7078389
>You're literally just calling things you're unaccustomed to "dumb"
I work as a chemist, I use C all the time

I would say about 10F/-10C is were you can really start saying its cold. 0C is way too routine a temperature so set as your 0 point

>I'm an American and I haven't yet insulted the Fahrenheit system,
No, you really haven't said much of substance at all and have just attacked me rather than try and refute any point I have made

Do you not have a thermostat? Would you rather it only went up in 2 degree increments if you cannot notice the difference? Thats seems to be your argument, that since you cannot 100% tell the difference between 1 degree F, we shouldn't even bother with using a precise system because it doesn't matter much. I genuinely want to know why you think C is better for weather/normal human usage
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Is it true that you can't get a food item that DOESN'T contain HFCS in the states?
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>>7078409
No.
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>>7078389
>And people will deal with cold and hot foods pretty often while cooking
sure, but these go well above 100C too, if 100C was a logical limit for cooking you would have a point, but you will need to go well into 3 digit range with either F or C while cooking so the difference between them at baking temperatures becomes pretty trivial with neither providing any real advantage

and on the cold end, F is more useful because any frozen food has to be well into the negative range in C which is not the case with F. I guess C is cool if you are just trying to freeze water at sea level, but thats a pretty specific scenario
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>>7078409
Yes.
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Sushi was already ruined to begin with.
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>>7078193
Oh ok whatever you say
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Do Americans really love their hamburgers?
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>fahrenheit is objectively better because that's what i'm used to
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>>7078427
No.
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>>7078422
>calls the rest of the world Jews
>America is the global HQ of Jews, apart from its closest Jewish ally, Israel
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>>7078429
>get blown the fuck out by logic
>post memes and ignore the argument altogether
Literally the first post asking why F was better was responded to a fully reasoned post and you simply couldn't address it

Your entire argument is that your senses are not powerful enough to tell the difference between 70F and 69Fso fuck precision lets you a crazy, arbitrary scale just because
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>>7078404
Your argument boils down entirely to preferences. 100F as being pretty hot and 0F as cold is not universal. Some people will argue it is 80 and 40, or 90 and 20. Even in Michigan it rarely get to 0F. If you want to argue what system is better for more people live closer to the equator and I don't think they have the same definition of cold and hot as you do.
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>>7078434
Jews may have successfully spread the circumcision meme here but at last we didn't adopt that awful metric system
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>>7078442
I actually never advocated switching to the Celsius system, nor have I posted with an image yet.

You seem pretty mad.
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>>7078446
>Your argument boils down entirely to preferences
If you mean a preference for a scale with provides as much information with as few digits as possible, then you are correct. But I believe that is a well reasoned logical preference to have

My argument was not simply about what is "pretty hot or cold", its that this range of temperatures much more closely matches what is actually experienced by human civilizations on earth than the 0-100 scale of C which over half of it does not happen on earth

Meanwhile your whole argument is "no, I don't like that for a reason I have yet to articulate"
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>>7078442
>>get blown the fuck out by logic
yeah m8 you're so BASED

I'm not the other poster and I don't care about the arguments he advanced, you're just a true Ameriburger and I wanted to point it out.
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>>7078446
>. If you want to argue what system is better for more people live closer to the equator
C still wouldn't be better for those people as it provides less information unless you are going to include a tenth digit
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>a fucking guess for a temperature scale
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>>7078446
>Even in Michigan it rarely get to 0F
Do you really consider 10-20 days every year rare?
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>>7078453
>nor have I posted with an image yet.
Then you clearly are not the person I was replying to
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>>7078454
Literally where have I said that I don't like the Fahrenheit system? Which post?

Human civilization does experience 100C, it's called boiling water which people do everyday. Humans all over world do in fact experience 0-100C, just different parts of this interval in different places. They might not encounter this entire interval in terms of weather but they sure are going to encounter it in a combination of weather, cooking, etc.

I read what you say and you're basically saying weather is the most prevalent topic surrounding temperature, therefore the most used reference points should be entirely be based off of the #1 most important topic, disregarding the #2 or #3 most important topics which nonetheless are important.
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>>7078154

So this is one of the "better" boards on 4chan huh?
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>>7078488
It used to be until the Americans discovered it.
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>>7078488
It used to be. Now it's fastfood, /int/-lite and actual OC cooking gets booed off the front page.
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>>7078488
Even as recently as a year ago it was alright, but it's gone pretty dramatically downhill.
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How is Celsius a better system for knowing the weather when a majority of the scale isn't in common use for temperatures possible on Earth?
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>>7078514
I wouldn't say it's better but if you grow up with using celsius you know exactly what 30 degrees feels like.

And yes, your thermostat or thermometer does include decimals.
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>>7078520
But...this is the same argument that people have that prefer Fahrenheit. So is it not really any better?
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>>7078154
Does this actually make people upset? Like, ever? Posts like this? I am honestly intrigued.
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>>7078514
Given that the human body is mostly made up of water then I think it makes sense to use a sytem designed around the freezing and boiling points of water.
Plus water is an important aspect of weater systems. soem people call it "rain". Others call it "condensation". But it's more accurate to refer to it as "humidity".
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>>7078529
Literally nobody in this thread was saying that Celsius was objectively better.
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>>7078536
I made some typos but I think it still makes cents. ;_;
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>>7078536
But the human body temperature is 37 C. It still doesn't use most of the scale. Fahrenheit uses a little over half of it to cover temperatures possible on Earth naturally.
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>>7078546
That's great if temperature is used only for weather. and only at locations that are hundreds of miles away from the equator and where snow does not fall more than occasionally every year.
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>>7078328
>>7078337
Protip: Month/Day/Year became popular due to people talking that way and then just writing it the same way. If we want to be logical about how we write our dates we should write Year/Month/Day.
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>>7078226
nice bait
so the freezing point of water is not relevant for weather?
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>>7078154

Yeah because JAPAN has no culture of deep-frying things.
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>>7078693
That's how the Japanese do it
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Why do japs ruin every foreign cuisine they get their greasy pig hands on?
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>>7078154
Yeah I hate that American tempura oh wait
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>>7078910

Matcha Kit Kats are a gift from the divine kami.
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>>7078337
>>7078328

You write 11/15/2015 so November 15th 2015 sounds better to you.

We write 15/11/2015 so 15th of November 2015 sounds better to us.

No one was right or wrong.
You've made a fool out of yourself by making such a shitty and tard-tier argument
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>>7078226
>>7078289
>>7078316
>>7078331
>>7078344
>>7078389
>>7078404
>>7078415
>>7078454
>>7078514

Why is everyone only talking about Fahrenheit vs. Celsius when the most retarded thing Americans use is their bullshit length and weight measurement units!!

Fahrenheit and Celsius have their own merits and demerits but what the fuck were amerifats thinking when they decided to use pounds and ounces and yards and all that shit. Its inefficient, useless and stupid.

Couple that with the fact that they're more than half of them are fat, broke, idiotic and worries more about a fucking coffee cup than wars and finance.

>mfw whenever I hear America
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>>7078330

>Shortcut: divide or multiply by 2. Only a huge dumbass can't do that.

So that explains why Fahrenheit confuses and frightens euros, they can't do basic multiplication and addition.

You don't even need to multiply to figure out what temperature water freezes at in Fahrenheit.
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>>7078910
B-baka senpai!
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>using a system that requires retarded conversions between units
>arguing that said retarded system is better than the one its now legally defined by

Holy shit america, why are you so stubborn? I promise the rest of the world wont laugh at you when you decide to change to a logical system.

imperial system appologists are pic related
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>>7078328
fucking hell my sides
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>>7078962

It's like you've never heard of britbongs and how they use "stones" to measure their obese.
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>>7078316
As a kid I always wondered why Americans use the scale introduced by a german, while we use one some other faggot introduced.
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Why do people insist on putting cream cheese and/or mayo in sushi?

I don't care about whether or not it's traditional. There's plenty of non-traditional ingredients that are great in sushi, such as avacado. Cream cheese and mayo are disgusting with rice. They have an overpowering flavor and texture. When you eat something with cream cheese, that's all you taste. Why would you want that?
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>>7079139
I don't know of any one that actually like the imperial system. Its just people are used to
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>>7079200
have you even read this thread? its full of mongoloids defending their broken system.
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>>7079196
japs put mayo with rice quite often
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>>7078233
Japan is the only country that can "out-america" america.
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>>7079200
>I don't know of any one that actually like the imperial system.

Imperial is less of an autistic reddit meme to be honest family.

Only spergs need freezing at EXACTLY and boiling at 100, it's waaaaaay to fucking extreme intradegree.
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Europe is objectively home to some of the worst cuisine in the world, let us be honest.

>British
>muh canned beans and potato chip sandwiches
>Scandinavian
>muh everything has been fermented in rancid fish water for two weeks before being consumed
>Dutch
>Literally who?

France and Italy are the only countries with food that isn't completely embarrassing.
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>>7081157
>worst
>not america
shiggy diggy doo
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>>7079139

People raised with the imperial system are better at estimating distance and length. Fahrenheit has a larger range to describe common temperatures and thus is also better for daily use

And
fuck you!
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>>7078233
You're saying pizza originates from America?
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>>7081157
American shitposting is just the worst.
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>>7082177
Daily reminder that NASA blew up a 125 MILLION DOLLAR satellite because they couldn't into metric decimals. Who knew that counting to ten would be so hard!
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This whole thread just proves how fucking dumb americunts are. Jesus fuck.
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>>7078337

Ok then why do ameribibles say '4th of July' instead of 'July 4th'?
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>>7081157

So please, I'm generally curious, anyone, what's some american cuisine that's not completely embarrassing?
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>>7082233
I love these disingenuous questions when /int/ pretends to be /ck/
>troll: there is no such thing as X-ian cuisine, it's literally all an exact copy of Y-ian cuisine
>anon: but that's not true, there are many examples of distinct X-ian dishes
>troll: name ONE example
>anon: what about blahblah
>troll: blahblah is shit, it's not even a dish you faggot, name a better example
Use this technique with any reasonably popular country food and you can stave off the loneliness for hours.
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>>7082238
>I'm generally curious

Seriously? Google only shows me pictures of burgers. Burgggggggggers.
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>>7078158
Fuckin bald faced jealousy. That's all.
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>>7082244
>no offense but...
>not gay but...
>not racist but....
>I'm genuinely curious, what... ?
Phrases that mean the opposite of what they say
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why do euros care so much about what Americans do. It's like youre trying to talk shit to a buff deaf kid
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>>7079160
That still doesn't make up for the bullshit units Americans use. Just admit the fact that you're stubborn and the Metric system makes more sense.
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>>7082177
>People raised with the imperial system are better at estimating distance and length.

How so? How does the unit a person is using influence their accuracy in judging the length of something? Please explain this Anon.
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>>7082265
I just want some evidence of american food. You can't even give me one.
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>>7082231
Because that's a name for the day in the same sense that "Independence Day" is. We don't just say "4th of July," we say "THE 4th of July" when we're referring to the holiday that takes place on that day. If you reference something that happened on that day, though, then you could also hear "July 4th."

At least, that's from my experience.
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>>7082265
Posts that just back-pedal and don't answer shit.

Guess that's an American thing.
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>>7082310
I guess I'll take the bait.
Southern fried chicken gizzards. I'm from southern IN, We serve it with milk gravy most commonly, but it can also be paired with other dipping sauces.
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>>7082320
Pic
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>>7082320
I'll pass, but something different! Now was that so hard?
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>>7082325
Would try tho
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>>7082177
>imperial units are better for estimating
except they arent, I can estimate just fine with metric

>bigger usable range
how fucking retarded can you be? here temps vary from -20 to 30 celcius, that doesnt make things hard.

holy shit nigger, you are retarded
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>>7082325
>americlap exceptionalism at its finest
This is a corean dish
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>>7082330
Really tasty stuff. They have a very chewy texture to them. Ultimately, they are an organ and as such are a bit weird for some people. But man they're good.

>>7082326
Uh. Ok. I don't know why you wouldn't try something new that you've never tasted before for no reason, but whatever.
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>>7082348
Dakttongjip isn't battered, dipshit.
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>>7082361
The gimpap in the op pic shouldn't be deep fried either , americlap. Doesn't stop from trying though , did you.
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>>7082366
So your argument is that the gizzard from a common chicken is a korean dish while sauteed and that it is a stolen korean dish when it is battered and cooked by an entirely different method with different ingredients?

I guess you guys are great culinary masters in addition to being completely fluent in English. I guess I'll just have to bow out.

Fried chicken probably isn't American either since you guys were cooking chicken, too. My bad. I'll make sure to tell everyone that any chicken-related food is Korean.

You're a really smart guy, friend.
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>>7082377

>i don't like being told when i'm wrong
the post
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>>7082389
>equating all fried chicken dishes to a single one in korea
no anon, you are wrong
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ITT claplords who have never met a foreigner try to tell every other country that they invented their cuisine
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>>7082399
>copy a dish
>add salt
>invented it
USA USA USA
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>>7082399
If I draw a mustache on the Mona Lisa couild I claim to have painted the Mona Lisa?
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>>7082430
It would be preferable if you could avoid using that word outside of /b/
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>>7082420
>what is a false equivalence

>>7082433
no
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>>7078154
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>>7078422
better version
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>>7078427
Yes.
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>>7078370
celsius never reaches triple digit for the weather
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>>7079139
We attempted that. The textile industry stopped it ages ago.
Direct your frustration at them and the congress at the time.
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>>7078154

We actually improve the quality of foreign foods because we have higher hygiene standards, cleaner facilities, and we inspect our meat.

Usually, the only thing missing from the U.S. version of foreign foods is the fecal and bacterial contamination that accompanies it in their home nations.
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>>7078154
Uh these are Koreans/Chinese immigrants penny pinching and deep frying the left overs. Only fat-fucks would eat the sushi at these asian-owned buffets. The sushi there is crap and the deep fried sushi are even worse but appealing to fat asses.
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>>7078154
>Why do piss skins get upset at things that don't matter?
>inb4 hurr durr murrican
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>>7078154
>Cultures adapt food from other cultures they interact with to suit their taste as they always have done
>WAAAHH MOMMY STOP THEM! THEY ARE RUINING FOOD. IT'S SUPPOSED TO ALWAYS STAY THE SAME AND NEVER CHANGE!

Autism
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>>7078154
The true travesty is when Americans ruin their own food. Never get seafood in the Midwest, barbecue up north, and run from anything made by hipsters who have been vegan so long they forgot what real food tastes like.
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>>7078509
go back a year ago, and all you had was joey, vegan, chili, and garlic press threads.
It's not that /ck/ has gotten worse, it's just that you're finally realizing how shitty it's always been.
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>>7083737
dinosaur bbq is pretty good desu senpai
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>>7082366
>OP pic is sushi
>mistakes it for something else to look knowledgeable about korean food and attempt to win argument
>doesn't realise it only makes him look like a pretentious retard

Nice going, faggot. Lemme guess, you pronouce foreign words in shitty accents too, don't you? Some cultured guy you are.
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Ayy
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>>7078158
Fukin rekt
>>7078154
Also what the fuck OP sushi is an American thing anyway so if manifest destiny decrees we deep fry it we go for it.

>>7079139
If we switched to anything it'd be Kelvin anyway get with the future Euro.
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>>7083620
Pretty sure you don't goto a buffet for quality Asian food. You go there for like $7 for 3 meals worth of food.

Also never actually seen deep fried sushi desu.
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>>7082466
awe
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>all this American shitposting

Fuck this, /ck/ used to be one of the better boards before Americans turned it into a second /int/.
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>>7084913
>complaining about americans shitposting in a shitpost thread about americans

Damn son, you're a retard.
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flags in /ck/ when?
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>>7084924
There's a difference between friendly banter as shown in OPs post and just pure shitposting as shown by several Americans in the following debate.
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>>7084913
where have i seen this face before...
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>>7084933
On a different board, a long time ago.
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>>7084928
as opposed to your post, bumping a thread to the front page, bitching about [insert nationality]?
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>>7084928
Americans don't understand the concept of banter, everyone knows this.
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>>7084946
That's called complaining about the decline of one of the finest board on 4chan, Amerifriend.
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>>7084962
Europeans don't understand it either, everyone knows this as well.
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>>7084969
It's called meta shitposting you dumbass faggot

sage, hide, and lurk moar
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>>7084913
>>7084928
> lol shit posters get rekt
>murricans can't handle banter
So typical.
> inb4 murrican insult
I'm not murrican
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>>7084984
Fun fact: I'm not European.
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>>7084986
I would make that claim just as quickly myself .
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>>7084986
Fun fact: no one gives a fuck
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>>7078154
Lol Retard that's a Scottish thing.
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>>7084999
>calls out his nationality
>complains when others do
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