American cuisine and diverse flavors

Most American towns have Chinese, Mexican, and Italian restaurants. Urbanites may have a larger international cuisine scene. However, the flavor and offerings may differ greatly from their own countries.

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Americans eat different foods by household, area, religion, financial class, and culture. Wikipedia states that American cuisine "reflects the history of the United States,

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Americans are becoming more aware of where their food comes from, how it's prepared, and manufacturers' cultures. Ikerd believed that most Americans want their meals fast and easy, whether at a grocery store or fast-food restaurant.

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Americans appreciate appearance and prefer food that makes them look beautiful, says University of Missouri Agriculture Economics Professor John Ikerd. Organic and locally sourced food is replacing processed and mass-produced meals.

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Food culture in America has evolved like many others. Technology, availability, and migration have revolutionized the food we buy, cultivate, cook, and eat. In modern America, meals are typically shared with friends and family.

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Food culture includes habits, attitudes, beliefs, production, disruption, and consumption. Food is used to express identity, commemorate milestones, build community, and explore creativity.

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Our diets typically reflect our culture and ideals. Family dinners and favorites often reveal about the country, its geography, climate, political influences, history, and people

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What comes to mind for American food? Many Americans say hamburgers, french fries, or anything fried, greasy, and fast. American cuisine culture is meat-centric, says Chef Dan Barber.

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