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NOMAYUKI
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Posts: 21
Founded: Jul 08, 2021
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Your nation's national food/dish

Postby NOMAYUKI » Mon Sep 27, 2021 8:17 pm

All you have to do is to put your nation's national food/dish, the citizens opinion, and then YOUR opinion.

Example:

Dish: Nomayukian Carbonara.
People's Opinion: 10/10
My Opinion: 10/10
Last edited by NOMAYUKI on Mon Sep 27, 2021 8:24 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Union of Nobelia
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Posts: 139
Founded: May 31, 2019
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Union of Nobelia » Mon Sep 27, 2021 9:09 pm

National dish: Uwazam L´tube Prëparattive. (Combination of roasted duck, pork and lamb meat bathed in Uwazan sauce of red fruits and national green vegetables prepared in tube style to eat in any occasion)

People's opinion: 9.5/10
My opinion: 10/10
Nation data
Official name: The Parlamentary Republic of the Union of Nobelia.
President Constitutional: Dr. Jacob Teutli Ferreni (Temporary)
Form of Government:Constitutional Democratic Federal Parliamentary Republic.
Economic system: Liberal Democratic Socialism, Socialist Market.
Member of the CFTC, UIC, UCA y ICDN.

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Lemsrow
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Posts: 21
Founded: Jan 04, 2021
Liberal Democratic Socialists

Postby Lemsrow » Mon Sep 27, 2021 9:18 pm

National Dish: Sinigang ( Sinigang is most often associated with tamarind in modern times, but it originally referred to any meat or seafood cooked in a sour and acidic broth, similar to but differentiated from paksiw (which uses vinegar). Other variations of the dish derive their sourness from native ingredients. These souring agents include unripe mangoes, butterfly tree leaves (alibangbang), citruses (including the native calamansi and biasong), santol, bilimbi (kamias or iba), gooseberry tree fruits (karmay), binukaw fruits (also batuan), and libas fruits, among others )

People’s Opinion: 11/10
My Opinion 11/10

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Tangatarehua
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Posts: 38
Founded: Sep 22, 2021
Father Knows Best State

Postby Tangatarehua » Tue Sep 28, 2021 3:05 am

Ika ma Kumara - Basically, fish and chips but could be translated better as fish and sweet potatoes. Traditionally the dish is served with kumara, or sweet potato chips but in modern times regular potato has become popular. The fish is usually white fish, with Hapuka (groper), snapper and hoki (blue grenadier) the most common types used. In modern times it's crumbed or battered, but traditionally the fish was served without batter.

People's opinion: 10/10 - still very popular
My opinion: 5/10 - I'm not a big fan of kumara in real life.
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New Kowloon Bay
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Posts: 412
Founded: Jun 01, 2020
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby New Kowloon Bay » Tue Sep 28, 2021 3:19 am

Celican Lahema Stew:
A spicy seafood stew. This stew is mainly made with mixed white fish, usually whatever's in season, as this dish was originally a grassroots dish for poor fishermen. The fish is marinaded for an hour in Cebuainan sauce, then cooked in a large pot. Clams, mussels, lotus roots, rice noodles and mixed vegetables are then added to the pot with the fish, and spiced with star anise, chili, soy sauce and vinegar. Usually, this dish is served with firm yet thin wheat-flour 'pancakes'.

People's opinion: 10/10, usually eaten more in winter
My opinion: 10/10
Set in wherever you want, usually MT=2040, PMT=2080, FT=2120s
yet another boring FT nation
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Canvalland
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Posts: 67
Founded: Sep 20, 2018
New York Times Democracy

Postby Canvalland » Tue Sep 28, 2021 1:16 pm

National Dish: Hifhaanit

Hifhaanit is a traditional Canvish grilled-fish dish, well known for its lemon-taste crispy skin and soft, well marinated with vinegar and salt inside. It can be trace back to the Viking Vinland Era when the warriors started their southward conquest and were lack of sustainable food that can be edible after half a month. That's when the earlier version of Hifhaanit being made. Today it's a very traditional dish and is very easy to make. It's usually seen on Canvish table during festivals and weekends, and is usually served with baked potatoes.

People's Opinion: 8.5/10 (Some people doesn't like the vinegar taste and says that's too sour)
My Opinion: 8/10 (Would really wanna try that if possible)
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Forhillia
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Posts: 56
Founded: Apr 30, 2021
Democratic Socialists

Postby Forhillia » Tue Sep 28, 2021 1:20 pm

Limaro is a name for grilled fish. Any type of fish.

People’s Opinion: 11/10
My Opinion: 10000/10
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