British expat hits back at French mockery and says she won't leave behind British comforts

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British expat hits back at French mockery and says she won't leave behind British comforts

She said: “But the heart, and the stomach, wants what it wants, even if that sometimes means eschewing confit de canard for bangers and mash.”When

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She said: “But the heart, and the stomach, wants what it wants, even if that sometimes means eschewing confit de canard for bangers and mash.”

When an expat relocates, it can be a challenge to find familiar foods in local supermarkets.

According to AXA Healthcare, food can be a major source of culture shock for British expats when they first move.

To bridge the gap, many expats order classic British foods online from shops such as British Corner Shop.



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