29 Foods That Came Into Our Lives After The 90s


As the world becomes united, and our life styles become more universal, we pick up new things from other nations. The cuisine of the United States especially owes so many recipes to other countries.

So, did we always have the foods we eat today? What were the foods we discovered or that came into our lives from different cultures later on in history? Let's see 29 foods we started to eat after the 80s and 90s.

Source: https://onedio.com/haber/90-lardan-sonra...

1. Cultivated mushrooms

We probably used to go "Ew, what's that thing on the ground!"

2. Pineapple

The official tropical flavor.

3. Risotto

We thought it was something fancy due to its name for years. It turns out Risotto is only Italian rice.

4. Crepes

Queen of our breakfasts.

5. Cereal

Can you imagine living without it?

6. Brussels sprouts

Did it come from Brussels?

7. Kiwi

Is your mouth watering right now?

8. Avocado

How did you make the guacamole?

9. Broccoli

It has so many haters.

10. Ketchup/Mayo/Mustard

I don't know what we dipped stuff in before.

11. Macaron

Became popular only in the last 5 years.

12. Hot dogs


13. Curry sauce

Now it's in everything.

14. Soy sauce

Came from the far east, used with everything now.

15. Sushi

16. Capers

17. Asparagus

Must have looked very weird at first.

18. Lasagna

Oh, Italy.. Thank you.

19. Tiramisu

Give me some.

20. Cream

Now in every pasta sauce.

21. Cashews

22. Muesli

23. One of the many coffee types: Latte

24. Fondue

I want to thank the person behind the idea of dipping things in melted chocolate.

25. Waffles

26. Spaghetti Bolognese

27. Bechamel sauce

28. Ice Tea

Basically, they figured out that we can drink tea cold, too.

29. I want to make the final point with Tres de leches cake!

Still doesn't get the attention it needs!

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