In a viral Reddit thread, people from various countries commented about what they believed were regular food but foreigners found them interesting.
From eggplant and kale to blue cheese and olive, Reddit users discussed the foods they simply can't get themselves to like.
Reddit users shared the most bizarre ways they had been served food in a restaurant, and some of the pictures will definitely shock you.
A Reddit thread discussed how the South Indian dish Upma is overrated. Opinions were divided and a heated discussion ensued.
Food hack: Batters are essential to any cuisine. A Reddit user shared an easy hack to use and store batters at home - inside a ketchup bottle.
A Reddit thread explore what constitutes the ideal cup of tea for most users, and here's the infographic that was shared on the content-aggregation website.
This Reddit thread was started to make people eventually like the foods they hate by giving them alternative ways of making them.
Many people have come forward to share their food experiences and also disclosed what they would want back in a viral Reddit thread.
Many users did not like the way burgers were served with molten cheese drizzled on top. Caviar, beef jerky and gold flakes were other overrated items.
Reddit chefs discussed various cooking rules that they tend to dismiss or ignore while cooking since they are simply ridiculous or redundant!