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.
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.
Many people have come forward to share their food experiences and also disclosed what they would want back in a viral Reddit thread.
Wedding Cake: A Reddit user took to share a wedding cake faux pas that happened to his client and much hilarity ensued. Take a look at the picture!
A Reddit user suggested that grocery stores come up with a weekly combo pack with all the necessary essentials in it. The thread that followed soon went viral.
Parle-G found itself in the middle of a viral Reddit post when a citizen from Singapore showered praises on the biscuit.
A Reddit post showed a strange request online for a vegan burger, but he wanted a single cheese slice to be a part of it too.