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what foods do you recognise as steriotypically Australian?

and pleasr dont say shrim on the barbi. seriously, we dont call them shrimp

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Prawns on the barbi, then? On Christmas Day? On the beach? With Foster's beer.

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no lol just no. nobody has drunk fosters since the 70's lol. we'd rather drink toilet water, tastes the same
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Lol... well, you don't really BUY beer anyway... you just rent it, so...
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Vegemite? (sorry not sure if that is the correct spelling) and yes I understand you do not all eat the stuff the darn song got it stuck in your culture in American minds at least.

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They have vegamite in Europe too, but it is called marmite.
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vegemite is spelt correct. also vegemite and marmite are 2 completely different flavours. i eat vegemite almost everyday, marmite tastes like ash
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I have both and they taste the same to me...both cross.
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develop a taste for one thing amd you can taste a cheap knock off. (and i dont mean specifically vegemite)
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Lets agree to disagree.
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Kangaroo meat.

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verry yummy. especially slow cooked in a stew
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I never ate it but I have a son that lives in Australia. he did and he says it is not bad.
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ueah. can be very tough if not cooked right and is also the leanest meat ever. absolutly no fat at all. kida tastes like beef or lamb depending on its accompanyments
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Rice for Asians and rice and beans for Mexicans ( it was in a song).

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Vegemite, and beets on cheeseburgers.

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Buttercup_

I don't label

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Australian citizen steaks. Mm mm good!

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Lamb and macadamia nuts (not together)

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together is nice tho. lamb roast with maccadamia, sage and rosemary stuffing. very nice
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The stuffing does sound good. I don't eat red meat for health reasons so I would have to pass on the lamb.
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ypu can always do it with chicken but swap the hard herbs for soft like basil or parsley
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I'll try it, thanks!
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baby back on the barbi

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baby back? as in ribs? not as common as you think.
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lol, goes to show how much attention I pay to Australia.
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