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Sushi, Japan
Pick up sushi without stabbing. Dip the fish (not the rice) in the soy sauce and put on tongue fish-side down.
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Daal, India
Indian food is meant to be eaten with your hands! Use your fingers to eat rice or use naan bread as a scoop!
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Ramen, Japan
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Slurp, don't chew your noodles! Use the fork to put noodles on the spoon and eat from the spoon.
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Hummus, Israel
Hummus is eaten as the main course! Eat with pita with your right hand (left can be considered sacrilegious​).
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Pasta, Italy
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Don't cut your noodles-twist them onto your spoon with your fork. Use bread to soak up the sauce on the plate!
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Restaurant Dining, China
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Throughout Asia, it is offensive to leave a tip. Also, leave food on your plate to avoid seeming greedy.
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Tacos, Mexico
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Hard tacos are not truly Mexican. Traditional tacos also do not have lettuce, tomato, or cheese.
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Bread, France
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Bread is not served before the meal - it is usually served with or after along with nice cheeses.
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Finger Food, Chile
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It doesn't exist! Unlike in other South American countries, utensils are almost ALWAYS used.
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Vodka, Russia
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Never mix or even turn down vodka at any time of the day in Russia - it's considered rude and unfriendly.
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