The 10 foods Irish people miss the most when living abroad

Irish Soda Bread:

A staple in Irish households, this dense and hearty bread is often missed for its unique texture and taste.

Tayto Crisps:

The iconic Irish crisp brand, with flavors like Cheese and Onion and Salt and Vinegar, is a nostalgic snack for many.

Black Pudding:

A traditional Irish breakfast item made from blood, suet, and oatmeal, black pudding might be hard to find outside of Ireland.

Red Lemonade:

A popular soft drink in Ireland, red lemonade has a distinct flavor that can be missed by those living abroad.

Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate (Irish version):

Some Irish people may have a particular fondness for the taste of the Irish version of Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate.

Potato Farls:

Thin, griddled potato bread is a common part of an Irish breakfast, and its absence can be felt abroad.

Bacon and Cabbage:

A classic Irish dish featuring bacon (similar to Canadian bacon) and cabbage is a comfort food missed by many Irish expats.

Barry's Tea:

Barry's Tea is a beloved Irish tea brand, and the distinct flavor may not be easily replicated with other teas abroad.

Galtee Cheese:

This Irish cheese is a popular choice for sandwiches and snacks, and its absence can be noticeable for those abroad.

Lyon's Tea Cakes:

Lyon's Tea Cakes, a type of biscuit, are a sweet treat often missed by Irish people living outside the country.

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