Here are the weirdest presidential eating habits

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We learn a lot about the history of presidents in grade school, but nobody teaches you about America's past presidents eating habits. Until now!

Delish compiled a list of some of the weird foods that presidents made sure were on their table while in office.

Teddy Roosevelt loved pigs in a blanket and turtle soup, while Franklin D. Roosevelt loved grilled cheese and hot dogs.

Lyndon Johnson enjoyed the soda Fresca so much that he had a soda dispenser installed in the oval office.

Nixon liked cottage cheese and sometimes even with ketchup on top.

Ronald Reagan had a soft spot for jelly beans and George H. W. Bush would put hot sauce on everything!

Bill Clinton couldn't get enough of McDonald's hamburgers, while George W. Bush loved cheeseburger pizza.

As for our latest president, President Obama is a chili man.

We'll have to wait until after the election to see what late night snacks the presidential chef will be asked to whip up in the future.

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