“Tonight we’re in the main dining hall. Let’s see what we got to eat,” Erik Shoji, a volleyball player on Team USA, tells the camera. He brings a piece of cucumber sushi up to view. “Good.” Tuna sushi? “Good.” Shumai? “HOT. But so good.”

The Olympics might be about sports, but on TikTok, they’re about the food. Over the past couple weeks, Olympians have been responsible for some of the app’s most popular food content: Shoji also filmed the dining options in Team USA’s High Performance Center, where the grilled vegetables, garlic pesto pasta, and steak are “cooked

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