12 Fake Authentic Foods

However, culinary development and globalization have reinterpreted many foods, distorting authenticity.

In this fascinating exploration, we discover twelve meals that may surprise you with their lack of authenticity despite their traditional status.

These culinary discoveries—from beloved classics to iconic dishes—offer a fascinating look at food culture and the many influences that affect our tastes.

Unflavored hummus We all recall eating ground chickpeas as children, thinking they were nirvana.

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However, hummus recipes have changed drastically in recent years, so many restaurants have forgotten authentic ones.

Authentic hummus has chickpeas, tahini, olive oil, and sumac. The four ingredients are mashed into a guacamole-like paste and ready to serve.

Stromboli vs. cannoli Italian chains that claim authenticity provide meat-based cannoli.

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