I’m an American living in the UK – here is why I think your food is BETTER than ours… especially one in particular

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An American woman has shocked viewers on TikTok by revealing the vast difference in size between slices of bread sold in the UK and the US. Posting to her account, @mortonsmunchies introduced the video by addressing the huge disparity in how big each slice was
  • Vlogger @mortonsmunchies addressed the disparity in size difference of bread

An American woman living in Britain has shocked viewers on TikTok by revealing what food is better in the UK. 

Posting to her account, @mortonsmunchies has divided her followers by waging a war against American bread.

The content creator said that she actually prefers British bread because the slices are bigger and it has less preservatives. 

She said: ‘I love the size of [British] bread. If you were to make a sandwich using bread in America, this does not fill you up, no. 

‘And then you kind of want to make another sandwich [but] two is too much,’ she added. 

An American woman has shocked viewers on TikTok by revealing the vast difference in size between slices of bread sold in the UK and the US. Posting to her account, @mortonsmunchies introduced the video by addressing the huge disparity in how big each slice was

She continued by slating the number of preservatives found in a number of foods in America compared to the UK, fuming that ‘they put so much c*** in our food in the United States. It’s ridiculous’. 

The vlogger bemoaned the fact that sliced bread in America could stay fresh for ‘up to two months’. 

The reviewer did warn users that sliced bread bought in the UK must be ‘sealed tight, because it will go moldy right away’, which she viewed as a positive because it illustrates that, typically, fewer preservatives are present.

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Moving on to taste a piece of the American sliced bread, she appeared to be distinctly unimpressed by what she labelled to be a ‘dry, stiff’ offering that was ‘not tasty at all’, giving it a paltry zero out of ten. 

Conversely, she complemented a piece of white sliced bread – that was bought from popular supermarket Tesco – for being ‘soft and delicious’, rating it a whopping ten out of ten. 

Other users were shocked that she found a white sliced loaf to be so tasty, urging the critic to try freshly-baked variations of the foodstuff. 

In reply, one user wrote: ‘You gotta [sic] try tiger bread, its my fave [sic]’. 

A second commented: ‘What’s funny about this is that [white sliced bread] is one of our worst breads’. 

A third added: ‘Bread from the bakery is even better.’ 

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