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Don't Forget These (Surprising!) International Food Etiquette Rules

So you think that keeping your elbows off the dining table and asking for something with a "Please" qualifies you as a well-mannered person. Well, you might need to follow some more dining rules when you are on an international vacation!Of course, when you are on a vacation, you do want to eat, drink and be merry. But mind, what you eat and also how you eat - what you eat! There are some international food etiquette rules which you may find surprising, but you need to follow them, nevertheless.

Never be on time for a dinner - in Tanzania

Never put your food in your mouth with a fork - in Thailand

Never eat with your left hand - in India

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