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Hmm... I don't mind sharing food, but then again I've only eaten that way with people I knew well.... no... I've eaten with people I knew not-so-well... but still, coworkers who were polite clean people, not some smelly guy off the streets ...|
If everyone mostly takes from their own side of the dish, you won't get their germs until you have all reached the middle.
I love chinese food, but i also love some western food. I've grown up eating cheese, and I love it, so it's nice to have something with cheese once in a while, it's like a "comfort food".
I recently heard a TEACHER in a class talk about food with the chinese students learning english, and I heard him say that american food has no variety, all they eat is hamburgers. WHAT?!?!? Oh my goodness, I'll tell you, I grew up in the US and I hardly ever ate hamburgers! Only rarely when I was a child!
It IS true though that it's tough to find food you could truly call american food, but that's because america has only been around for a few hundred years, so "american food" would have to be food invented in the US, within the last couple hundred years. Most american food comes from other countries, of course, just as it's people did. EVeryone brought their foods & recipes with them, so of all places, the US has a HUGE variety of food!!! Where I lived I could go to a different ethnic restaurant every night of the week (if I could afford it, haha).
Americans also cook chicken, pork, & beef in all different ways, with all different vegetables, pastas, or rice, etc... it's not just a big plain steak on a plate either. Consider the uses of an oven, and you have even more ways of cooking things.