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11 Foods You Had To Explain To Your White Friends

When I was a kid and I had friends over for dinner, my mom would make a big deal of it and cook a traditional meal. While the food was very delicious, I always had to come up with ways of breaking down for my friends exactly what we were eating. They came from homes where the average meal was pizza or burgers and the average snack was Pringles or Go-Gurt.

Here’s just a few foods I had to explain to my white friends when I was growing up:


Gansito Snack Cakes

The Gansito Strawberry is back #Thecraveisback #GansitoUSA #Gansitostrawberry #GansitoSweetLife

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Lucas Gusano

Elote

Fartons

Freshly baked and smelling good #fartons #bakery #barcelonafood #barcelona

A photo posted by grace (@graciegras1) on

Menudo

Back from Vegas, commence menudo Monday.

A photo posted by Jenny Park (@jennyparkrealtor) on

Barbacoa

Obleas con Cajeta

Dulces para alegrar el alma #obleasconcajeta #mexicolindo #recuerdos

A photo posted by Carolina Nain Salazar (@naincarolina) on

Mollejas

Today in @laestancia eating #Mollejas. Great memories and takes me back to #Argentina! #cheboluda #empanadafactory

A photo posted by Peter Aleman (@letseatmiami) on

Beef Brains and Eggs

#Sesos

A photo posted by Lucas Carrusca (@luuckas03) on

Corn Tortillas

#homemade #corntortillas

A photo posted by Corrina Wells (@cmw1022) on

Champurrado

#champurrado

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