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22 Pictures That Show The Difference Between Food In Australia Vs. Food In Britain

It’s so different, and yet occasionally kinda similar.

1. Beloved chocolate treats in Australia:

Even better if you do a Tim Tam Slam.

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Even better if you do a Tim Tam Slam.

Beloved chocolate treats in Britain:

More addictive than M&Ms.

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More addictive than M&Ms.

2. Chip combinations in Australia:

If you're not adding chicken salt to your chips, why are you even eating them?

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If you’re not adding chicken salt to your chips, why are you even eating them?

Chip combinations in Britain:

Curry sauce with chips sounds weird, but tastes so damn good.

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Curry sauce with chips sounds weird, but tastes so damn good.

3. Breakfast in Australia:

The rest of the world may not understand, but Vegemite. Is. The. Shit.

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The rest of the world may not understand, but Vegemite. Is. The. Shit.

Breakfast in Britain:

Egg and soldiers have always been a family favourite.

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Egg and soldiers have always been a family favourite.

4. Iconic birthday party food in Australia:

Whether you eat them separately or all together, this party snack is an Aussie classic.

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Whether you eat them separately or all together, this party snack is an Aussie classic.

Iconic birthday party food in Britain:

I mean, they're called Party Rings so it makes sense tbh.

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I mean, they’re called Party Rings so it makes sense tbh.

5. Cute lil’ cakes in Australia:

Lamingtons are coated with chocolate, coconut, and sometimes filled with jam.

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Lamingtons are coated with chocolate, coconut, and sometimes filled with jam.

Cute lil’ cakes in Britain:

Small cakes with loads of fondant, and the kind of thing you might have with your nan when you go to visit.

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Small cakes with loads of fondant, and the kind of thing you might have with your nan when you go to visit.

6. Food with a shit-ton of sprinkles on it in Australia:

Fairy bread needs no introduction.

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Fairy bread needs no introduction.

Food with a shit-ton of sprinkles on it in Britain:

When you think about it, fairy cakes are basically just a close relative of fairy bread.

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When you think about it, fairy cakes are basically just a close relative of fairy bread.

7. Food that seems kinda weird in theory in Australia:

It sounds odd, but a burger isn't Aussie unless there's beetroot in it.

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It sounds odd, but a burger isn’t Aussie unless there’s beetroot in it.

Food that seems kinda weird in theory in Britain:

A boiled egg coated in sausage meat and breadcrumbs may sound super weird, but it's actually a good snack to bring to a picnic.

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A boiled egg coated in sausage meat and breadcrumbs may sound super weird, but it’s actually a good snack to bring to a picnic.

8. Drinks that’ll give you intense childhood nostalgia in Australia:

And now that you're an adult you can mix it into a fresh, alcoholic punch.

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And now that you’re an adult you can mix it into a fresh, alcoholic punch.

Drinks that’ll give you intense childhood nostalgia in Britain:

Or, if you were feeling fancy, fizzy Vimto.

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Or, if you were feeling fancy, fizzy Vimto.

9. Drunk food in Australia:

You can't beat a dirty halal snack pack.

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You can’t beat a dirty halal snack pack.

Drunk food in Britain:

Chips with loads of cheese and gravy.

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Chips with loads of cheese and gravy.

10. Your go-to ice cream on a summer’s day in Australia:

Tbh, these hit the spot no matter what season it is.

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Tbh, these hit the spot no matter what season it is.

Your go-to ice cream on a summer’s day in Britain:

There's only about a week of proper summer a year in Britain, so you have to get as many 99s as you can in that time.

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There’s only about a week of proper summer a year in Britain, so you have to get as many 99s as you can in that time.

11. Popular takeaway in Australia:

Aussies just love Thai food, and luckily we get it really good down under.

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Aussies just love Thai food, and luckily we get it really good down under.

Popular takeaway in Britain:

You can't beat butter chicken and naan.
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You can’t beat butter chicken and naan.

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