6. Garlic honey from Hungary:
A simple dish made from grated garlic mixed with honey. It is eaten with a spoon, and in very small bites (for obvious reasons).
7. Toast with Vegemite from Australia:
Vegemite is a salty, brown paste that most might consider the national food of Australia. It’s so popular that Aussies even eat it when they’re feeling ill.
8. Fish porridge from Singapore:
It’s similar to Japanese rice porridge, but the Singapore-style porridge has thinly sliced white fish and ginger in it, and then topped with soy sauce and green onions.
9. Bilberries from Finland:
Nope! Not a typo. Bilberries, which grow in Finnish forests, are similar to blueberries. They are highly nutritious, and many people eat them in soups and drinks.
10. Pastina from Italy:
Pastina is made up of very tiny pasta noodles. It is cooked in chicken broth or vegetable soup to make something like an Italian version of porridge.