Wow, at this thread; what could possibly go wrong?
In America, it really depends upon the individual White people in question, and wherever they trace their ethnic origins back to. (Cajun and Creole ‘white folks’ immediately spring to mind as an obvious example; they sure as hell season their food, and it’s DELISH.)
On the other hand, my family was the polar opposite:
I grew up with my mom’s side, which has a heavy mix of Irish, German, Dutch and English. Both my mom and my Gram had a very bland palett.
And so I was 10 years old before I realized why the exact same kinds of food tasted so much better at my friends’ houses than it did at home; their food had more seasoning than just salt and the occasional dash of pepper.
So yeah… “White people don’t season their food” was true for me, but I’m not foolish enough to believe that it’s true for everyone else, all the time.