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A photo of a canned spaghetti & # 39; jaffle & # 39; and baked bean toastie has stunned gourmets all over the world, with many saying they & # 39; shocked & # 39; are by the Australian delicacy (photo)

& # 39; Please set this on fire & # 39 ;: Australian gamer stunns gourmets all over the world with her baked beans and canned spaghetti toasties

  • Foodies around the world were baffled online by spaghetti and bean jaffles
  • Many gourmets said they were & # 39; shocked & # 39; were by the Australian delicacy on Twitter
  • One person tweeted: & # 39; Please set this on fire and never talk about it again & # 39;
  • The woman who tweeted said she & # 39; no idea & # 39; had that they were only large in Australia
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A photo of a canned spaghetti & # 39; jaffle & # 39; and a baked bean toast has stunned gourmets all over the world, many of whom say they are & # 39; shocked & # 39; are by Australian delicacy.

When gamer Amber Wadham tweeted the question & A great Australian debate, choose your side, spaghet (sic) or beans & # 39 ;, she wasn't even prepared for the answer she'd get.

But before she knew it, the tweet had nearly five thousand & # 39; likes & # 39; and gathered countless responses – and they weren't from people who voted for their favorite snack.

A photo of a canned spaghetti & # 39; jaffle & # 39; and baked bean toastie has stunned gourmets all over the world, with many saying they & # 39; shocked & # 39; are by the Australian delicacy (photo)

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A photo of a canned spaghetti & # 39; jaffle & # 39; and baked bean toastie has stunned gourmets all over the world, with many saying they & # 39; shocked & # 39; are by the Australian delicacy (photo)

When gamer and Twitter user Amber Wadham tweet the question & # 39; A great Australian debate, choose your side, spaghet (sic) or beans & # 39 ;, she wasn't even prepared for the answer level she would encounter (stock image)

When gamer and Twitter user Amber Wadham tweet the question & # 39; A great Australian debate, choose your side, spaghet (sic) or beans & # 39 ;, she wasn't even prepared for the answer level she would encounter (stock image)

When gamer and Twitter user Amber Wadham tweet the question & # 39; A great Australian debate, choose your side, spaghet (sic) or beans & # 39 ;, she wasn't even prepared for the answer level she would encounter (stock image)

& # 39; Please set this on fire and never talk about it again. Both look disgusting, & tweeted a foreign user.

& # 39; Is there nothing? & # 39; Someone asked.

& # 39; How did Australia do this? & # 39 ;, wrote a British user. & # 39; You actually live upside down. Both are disgusting. & # 39;

A third message: & # 39; My favorite thing about Australia is that I feel less condemned by Australian food for my choices for drunk snacks. & # 39;

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Added a fourth: & # 39; Trolling us us? & # 39;

But the mail was quickly received with thousands of responses, including people who shuddered the snack & # 39; (photo)

But the mail was quickly received with thousands of responses, including people who shuddered the snack & # 39; (photo)

But the mail was quickly received with thousands of responses, including people who shuddered the snack & # 39; (photo)

Amber, 23, from Adelaide said she was astonished when her tweet was shared by gourmets all over the world (photo: one of the responses)

Amber, 23, from Adelaide said she was astonished when her tweet was shared by gourmets all over the world (photo: one of the responses)

Amber, 23, from Adelaide said she was astonished when her tweet was shared by gourmets all over the world (photo: one of the responses)

Amber explained that she always eats the snack and didn't realize it was just an Australian thing (photo: one of the responses)
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Amber explained that she always eats the snack and didn't realize it was just an Australian thing (photo: one of the responses)

Amber explained that she always eats the snack and didn't realize it was just an Australian thing (photo: one of the responses)

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Which is your favorite?

  • Canned spaghetti 0 votes
  • Baked beans 0 votes

Amber, 23, from Adelaide said she was astonished when her tweet was shared by gourmets all over the world.

Speak against Birmingham Live, she said: & I eat them all the time, but they are best when you're really hungry.

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& # 39; I couldn't believe how many people had never heard of it.

& # 39; Of course it matters which beans and spaghetti you use – the beans must be Heinz and spaghetti-jaffles taste best if they are SPC, an Australian brand, but others will, & # 39; she said.

She said you can even add cheese and coleslaw to the jaffle - what a & # 39; Jaffle Raffle & # 39; makes (photo: a baked bean jaffle)

She said you can even add cheese and coleslaw to the jaffle - what a & # 39; Jaffle Raffle & # 39; makes (photo: a baked bean jaffle)

She said you can even add cheese and coleslaw to the jaffle – what a & # 39; Jaffle Raffle & # 39; makes (photo: a baked bean jaffle)

Amber added that the & # 39; best part & # 39; for a jaffle, that's & # 39; it's like a crispy bowl for your fillings – without cleaning up any extra clutter & # 39 ;.

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She said you can even add cheese and coleslaw to the jaffle – what a & # 39; Jaffle Raffle & # 39; makes.

& # 39; I really thought it was a normal snack – I had no idea that jaffles are only popular in Australia, & # 39; said Amber.

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