Aussie foods we miss when overseas
Sometimes you just can’t beat the taste of home. And if you’ve been away from Australia for a while, it’s your fave comfort food that you crave when you’re feeling homesick. Sometimes Aussie snacks can sometimes turn up in the strangest places (Twisties in a Noumea supermarket or Vegemite in a health food store in Dublin, anyone?), but they don’t always taste the same or the cost outweighs your cravings. We took to Facebook to find out what Aussie foods you miss most when you’re away. While some snack attacks are quite specific (frozen vegies, chicken salt and Solo soft drink, to name a few), there’s a few common homegrown faves in the mix. Here’s your top 10.
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