6 "Spanish" Foods No One Eats in Spain
Tortillas are a staple food for the Spanish.
According to Matador, paella is enjoyed in Spain, although it is not a nationally popular staple.
Despite popular belief, tapas are not a distinct cuisine group but rather a style of eating, as explained by Spanish Sabores.
Land Lopers offer Sangria during events and festivals in Spain, mostly to foreigners.
The Spanish are not big consumers of jalapeo peppers.
This is the purported "cradle" of ceviche, the shrimp dish cooked in citrus acid that has recently swept throughout the United States in popularity.
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