15 Sandwiches From Around the World

Putting your meal between slices of bread is a trick people do all over the world -with slight differences from country to country. In Australia you may have a chance to try the yeast paste Vegemite. In Japan you can have your noodles in your sandwich. In Vietnam you might encounter the spicy Vietnamese bahn mi.
A baguette stuffed to the brim with meat and pickled veggies, the banh mi is fusion food at its best. But be warned: it's usually sprinkled with cilantro, so don't be surprised by an herby kick when you take a bite.

Find more sandwich styles from around the world at National Geographic Traveler. Link -Thanks, Marilyn!

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Absolutely LOVE shawarma! I go to a place in Paterson NJ for some of the best shawarma or falafel around. There are lots of places around that sell this stuff, but most of them cater to a young, American, yuppie asshole crowd. Overpriced, over spiced, not legit crap. This place is in a largely Arab neighborhood, and is like the Lebanese version of the local sandwhich shop, catering to guys who want a quick bite for lunch. I will not tell you the name, I don't want a bunch of hipster jerks ruining the atmosphere with excessive irony.
Gotta agree with lulu, the best sandwhich is the one after a ten hour hike, when dry turkey on saltines tastes like heaven!
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The bestest sandwich in the world is the one you get to eat when you are outdoors, water-skiing, picnic-ing in the woods or at the beach, whatever. Go swim in a lake for an hour and then have someone offer you a sandwich of any kind. BEST food ever.
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