Sometimes, all it takes is a random TikTok video to bring up questions like this.
In this case, it’s Amanda Rollins, an American influencer living in Paris, who is quickly becoming famous In his video He explained that the French do what he thinks is a very strange thing: they put butter on their sandwiches.
“What they do is like a classic sandwich: ham, cheese and butter. Literally, you just spread it – no mayonnaise, no mustard, just butter. While many might consider this ‘disgusting’, he thinks it’s actually quite delicious.
A large number of American followers mocked Rollins because of this analysis.
Although it did highlight a little-known fact that Americans don’t understand that you can put butter on your sandwich, not just mayonnaise.
But why aren’t butter sandwiches so popular in the United States?
The explanation can be found in the fact that most American butter, like chocolate, is also of poorer quality due to looser regulations; European butter should have a higher fat content than American butter, and these extra percentages add a lot of flavor.
American butter is made mostly for cooking and baking purposes, and unless consumers are looking for better quality, it doesn’t add much to a sandwich by default.
Although making rice seems very easy, it has a million pitfalls. It can easily become chewy and has the consistency of porridge. However, if we want to achieve a perfect texture, it is helpful to try a simple kitchen practice.
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