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Has America gone too far?

>> No.16630399

No. Next question, please.

>> No.16630404

America went too far in 1945

>> No.16630409

>>16630395

America didn't go far enough in 1945

>> No.16630410

Do americans really?

>> No.16630428
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>> No.16630432

>>16630395
I can't wait until Hispanics take over America. They don't make retarded shit like this

>> No.16630434

>>16630409
Also true

>> No.16630440

>>16630432
someone post the mexican sloppa webms lol

>> No.16630463

Bruh this shit too ICY for paco

>> No.16630609

>>16630432
they make even worse sloppas with pig skin and clam juice

>> No.16630772

>>16630432
fucking Hispanics, specially Mexicans invented the "put cheetos flaming hot to everything" trend.

>> No.16630805

>>16630432
You're joking, right?

>> No.16630807

>>16630428
I mean, that would actually be good though

>> No.16632413

>>16630395
I cannot even imagine what this would taste like. It's as hard to comprehend as living forever in the afterlife.

>> No.16632517

>>16630432
They put that nasty shit known as chamoy in everything including frozen treats and it's fucking disgusting. It's a trend that's starting to seep in the US too.

>> No.16633435

>>16630432
hispanics make lollipops covered in chili powder

>> No.16633455

>>16630395
Chester Cheetah is based

>> No.16633517

>>16633455
nice dubs. it's a shame the post was made by a complete faggot

>> No.16633527

>>16633517
Tony the Tiger fan spotted

>> No.16633530

>>16633517
fucking tigerfags

>> No.16633797

>>16630395
not far enough

>> No.16633919

If it weren’t for america doing this like this, you ‘people’ would have nothing to obsesses over.

>> No.16633935

>>16630395
Flaming Hot isn't even a good flavour. It doesn't taste like any spice, pepper or curry. It tastes like chemicals.

>> No.16633944

does anyone actually eat/drink this shit come the fuck on

>> No.16633950

>>16630395
America went to far in 1776

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>>16633935
im pretty sure flamin hot is supposed to just be cayenne. there are a bunch of other chips that also have a "red hot" flavor.

>> No.16633989

>>16633972
It doesn't taste like cayenne though. I just double checked and the ingredients don't include pepper or chilli of any kind.
>Enriched Corn Meal (Corn Meal, Ferrous Sulfate, Niacin, Thiamin Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Vegetable Oil (Corn, Canola, and/or Sunflower Oil), Flamin' Hot Seasoning (Maltodextrin [Made from Corn], Salt, Sugar, Monosodium Glutamate, Yeast Extract, Citric Acid, Artificial Color [Red 40 Lake, Yellow 6 Lake, Yellow 6, Yellow 5], Sunflower Oil, Cheddar Cheese [Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes], Onion Powder, Whey, Whey Protein Concentrate, Garlic Powder, Natural Flavor, Buttermilk, Sodium Diacetate, Disodium Inosinate, Disodium Guanylate), and Salt.
No wonder it tastes like such shit.

>> No.16633991

>>16630395
I wanna try it

>> No.16634041

>>16633989
They're able to get away with their proprietary stuff under "natural flavors." I'm with you that I can only taste heat on top of regular cheeto, so it would not surprise me if they used straight capsaicin.

>> No.16634958

>>16630432
The "make everything spicy" trend is companies catering to spics.

>> No.16635480

>>16630428
I heard these are legitimately good

>> No.16635487

>>16630432
>mexican_maruchan_tajin_y_elote.webm

>> No.16635544

>>16630772
Flamin Hot Cheetos were invented by a Mexican guy who worked for Frito Lay, and was inspired by seeing Mexican kids put hot sauce on their Cheetos.

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>>16630432

>> No.16635852

>>16633950
Silence, NIGGel

>> No.16635861

>>16633989
>Corn meal
>Vegetable oil
>Cheese
>MSG
>spices/seasonings
>salt
Yeah dude all those things are disgusting franken food big yuck and cringe

>> No.16635872

>>16630432
look at all the yummy Yous you caught

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>>16630395
4me™ it's deep fried butter
The day someone introduced it was the day when America (it was America, right?) went too far.
t. curious foreign

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>>16635872

>> No.16635984

>>16630395
somebody please nuke this country

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>>16630395
>mexicans

>> No.16636325

>>16635993
The WoW banner really makes it for me.

>> No.16636471

>>16635993
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=294X_1TYklg

>> No.16636704

>>16635544
wrong

>In May 2021 the Los Angeles Times reported that Frito-Lay had begun an internal investigation in 2018 following a complaint by Greenfeld. The company, which had not previously contradicted Montañez's story publicly, said of the results of that investigation: "None of our records show that Richard [Montañez] was involved in any capacity in the Flamin' Hot test market ... we do not credit the creation of Flamin' Hot Cheetos or any Flamin' Hot products to him."[30] Additional reporting by the Times indicated that Montañez's claims did not line up with other events in the product's release timeline, including newspaper articles announcing the test market release in 1990, and Enrico not joining Frito-Lay until later that year.

>> No.16636823

>>16630428
I saw this exact sign at my local hyvee

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>>16630395
this looks like something which the goverment should have outlawed

this does not look safe for human consumption

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America's food culture is unique in how bad it is getting.

Generally people don't cook here and have very inexperienced palates, so even when people open local restaurants, they usually just buy pre-made food to reheat from restaurant depot and think that is "high quality"

Now they're taking cheap flavored brands that we are all familiar with (cheetos/doritos) and putting it into food as though it's a genuine culinary ingredient.

how low can we go?

>>16630432
hispanic food is unironically poverty-tier food.

European food is unique in how transformative it is with its ingredients. The raw ingredients are very very different from the final product in quality dishes.

In hispanic food, the raw ingredients are more or less wrapped up, mixed together, or just prepped in some quick and cheap way with the end result being very obvious what is in it.

>> No.16637200

Exactly what flavor is "flamin hot" supposed to be? Does it have taste or is it just pure capsaicin and red food coloring?

>> No.16637258

>>16633989
>OH NO NOT HECKIN CHEMICALS IN MY JUNK FOOD

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>>16630428
reminds me of when we had these at Hawaii 7/11's.

>> No.16637692

>>16637191
>hispanic food
>European food

This is retardedly nonspecific

>> No.16637695

>>16637692
Europe is a country north of Hispanica, what are you on about?

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