Here is a fun little video of some Irish kids trying out some of our processed food products. Not being addicted and used to eating forty teaspoons of sugar per day, they are noticeably troubled at the flavors and textures of things we think are routine and even boring foods.
There ought to be a program, a reality program, of people, maybe even salespeople trying to convince pedestrians in other countries to eat our foods. I saw one time a documentary where they were trying to get Chinese people to start buying and eating potato chips. It was a hard sell, because the Chinese people, all knowing how to cook, thought it was crazy to pay four dollars for a few ounces of potato cooked in a bag, when they could get five pounds for four dollars and make twenty bags of chips by just cooking their own. It was depressing, but I did start frying my own chips after seeing that. I just don’t do it very often.