After "Jelly Bean" comes? Here's 120 possibilities.

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    Foods beginning with K:

    1. Kabobs (kebabs, kebobs) - meat and veggies on a skewer 2. KABOOM (a vitamin fortified circus-themed cereal) 3. Kachori (from India) 4. Kaffir lime 5. Kahikatea 6. Kahlua stir fry chicken 7. Kai doon 8. Kai kwan 9. Kai look koei 10. Kaiser roll 11. Kaiserschmarren (Austrian pancakes) 12. Kai tian 13. Kakigori (Japanese snow cone) 14. Kaki peanuts 15. Kalburabasma (Turkish) 16. Kale 17. Kalijira 18. Kalinayan 19. Kaminari okoshi 20. Kamut (a grain) 21. Kandis 22. Kangaroo steak 23. Kansas City Steak 24. Kansas Cow 25. Kapenta 26. Kara Mucho 27. Kashi 28. Kasseri 29. Kataage Potato 30. Kataribhog 31. Kateh (Persian) 32. Katiki 33. Katsudon (Japanese) 34. Kazandibi (Turkish) 35. Kecap manis - a sweet Indonesian soy-type sauce 36. Kedgeree - an Indian rice dish or European fish dish 37. Kefir - a fermented milk drink 38. Keftedes (Greek meatballs) 39. Kellogg's Special K and Rice Krispies 40. Kelp 41. Kemal Pasa (Turkish) 42. Kentucky Burgoo chicken 43. Kentucky Fried Chicken 44. Keppel fruit 45. Kernel corn 46. Kernel popcorn 47. Keskul (Turkish) 48. Kesong 49. Ketchup 50. Kettle corn 51. Ketupat (Malaysian) 52. Key lime pie 53. K.F.C. chicken 54. Khanom buang 55. Khao soi (Thai) 56. Kheer (a milk sweet from India) 57. Khichdi (from India) 58. Kiannahs a food dish in Australia 59. Kibbe Nayye 60. Kibble (for dogs) 61. Kidd's Orange Red apples 62. Kidney beans 63. Kidney pie 64. Kidney greenstreet 65. Kielbasa (Polish sausage) 66. Kimchee (also Kimchi) (Korean fermented cabbage relish ) 67. Kimchi jjigae (Korean) 68. Kina (a New Zealand sea urchin) 69. Kinder Egg (a chocolate with a surprise inside) 70. King crab 71. King Don (Hostess snack cakes) 72. King fish 73. Kingklip 74. King Ranch chicken 75. King Vitamin (oat cereal) 76. Kinnow 77. Kinoko no mori 78. Kinuhikari 79. Kippe (similar to the Puerto Rican alcapurrias and the Dominican "bollitos de maiz") 80. Kippers 81. Kirara 82. Kisses (Hershey's) 83. Kit Kat bars 84. Kittri (a rice & bean dish from India) 85. Kiwi (fruit) 86. Kix (another cereal) 87. Klotsotyre 88. Knack (Christmas toffee) 89. Knackwurst / knackwurst 90. Knackebrod (a crisp bread) 91. Knishes 92. Knott's Berry Farm jams & jellies 93. Koala's March 94. Koara no machi 95. Kohlrabi (type of turnip) 96. Kombu - Japanese seaweed 97. Kongbap (Korean) 98. Kookie cake 99. Kool-aid 100. Kopanisti 101. Korokke 102. Kos Halva (Turkish) 103. Kosher pickle 104. Koshihikari 105. Kossuth cakes 106. Köttbullar (Swedish meatballs) 107. Kraft macaroni and cheese 108. Kransekake (a Norwegian & Danish ring cake) 109. Kreplach 110. Kringle (a round thin pastry) 111. Krispy creme 112. Krispy Kreme 113. Kugel (a traditional Jewish desert or side dish) 114. Kulfi (a frozen, flavored milk dessert from India) 115. Kumquats 116. Kundong 117. Kunefe (Turkish) 118. Kusa mochi 119. Kya zan hinga (Myanmar) 120. Kyeema
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    It's probably going to be called "Klondike"
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    it was said here first...

    kettle corn
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    I believe all the names are desserts of some type, so right off the bat most of those wouldn't work. And I highly doubt brand names would be able to be used, Google's not going to pay for the use of the name, so Klondike (and others) are out.

    As far as international foods, while I try not to be ethnocentric, I can't see the next version being called "Koshihikari" as in, "Jelly bean was super smooth, but I can't wait til Koshihikari drops!!! I hear it will do your laundry thru voice commands!"

    Kettle corn seems to be the only one that would work within the naming scheme.
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    I am kinda feeling key lime pie.

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    This.
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    I too believe it will be Key Lime Pie. Bring on the KLP!
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    Now I want some key lime pie.
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    Yes, the Key Lime Pie rumors have been out there for quite some time now.
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    K is easy, now get to work on X and Z! What do you have for those?!
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    There are so many possibilities

    I'm going with #52..... And #85 as a back up!
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    Or key lime pie. Lol...
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    Here you go for X:

    • Xanthones (contained in the mangosteen fruit. They are commonly used for medicinal purposes.)
    • X-cat-ik chillies (light yellow fresh chillies; very hot and typically left whole to flavour prepared meat and fish dishes)
    • Xacuti masala (Indian delicacy prepared with marinated meat or fish and mixed spices)
    • Xalwa a somali (cornflour paste)
    • Xanthan gum (thickener for food, emulsifier, foaming agent, gelling agent, stabilizer, suspending agent, and whipping agent)
    • Xavier souppe (classic Italian soup)
    • Xavier steak (American steak dish)
    • Xerem de Fiesta (dish from Cape Verde, Africa)
    • Xom tum (very hot and spicy Thai dish)
    • Xouba (small, sardinelike fish found near Spain)
    • Xtra (brand of gum)
    • Xylitol (humectant, moisture-retaining agent, nutritive sweetener)
    • Xtreme Candy
    • Xtreme hot sauce.
    • Xi gua (Chinese watermelon)
    • X-Factor (energy drink)
    • XO sauce
    • Xanthren (herb)
    [h=2]xanthareel.. it's a yellow eel used in medicinal foods.[/h][h=2]also xiphias, which is swordfish.[/h]
    xian
    hamburger
    xanthum gum
    x-treme candy i don't know if there's any more
    == Answer == Xanthan gum- is an addtive to foods.
    Xia-Chinese
    shrimp

    Xia Mi-Chinese dried shrimp
    Xiang Cai-Chinese for corriander
    Xiangcaojing-Chinese for vanilla
    Xiangchang-Chinese for
    sausage

    Xiangjiao-Chinese for banana
    Xinag jun-Chinese for black dried mushroom
    xianrou -
    Chinese
    for bacon
    xiaodianxin - Chinese for cookies
    xiaonijurou - Chinese for veal
    xihongshi - Chinese for
    tomato

    xi mi fen - Chinese for tapioca flour
    xingzi - Chinese for
    apricot

    xiphios - Greek for swordfish
    xocolatl - Ancient Aztec for chocolate
    xouba - small, sardinelike fish found near Spain Please state that I have not made these up! == ==
    No..unless you're going to count food additives.
    Xmas cake or cookies etc.

    Read more: What are some foods that begin with the letter X
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