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By Ruth Margolis | Posted on July 31st, 2012
Longing for your native land and its people is one of the biggest strains of resettling abroad. And homesickness can strike hours, days, months or even years after you first hop aboard a plane without a return ticket.
Ditch Blighty for the U.S., and you may find yourself longing for the best of British.
1. Marmite Actually, you can sometimes find the delicious brown gloop in U.