Breakfast: Rolled oats with plums, sunflower seeds and flax seeds
Lunch: Fish in spicy tomato sauce with rice
Dinner: Spaghetti with mushroom and egg
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Steamed Garoupa Fillet with Beancurd with Light Soya Sauce
Today’s Favourite Blog
Source: The Daily Mail
After years of hard work, the Brit’s have crossed the 50% mark. For the first time ever, UK diners are buying 50.4 per cent of all their meals out from burger bars, chicken chains and fast food restaurants. In other words, more than half of all meals eaten outside of the home in Britain are now from fast food restaurants.
I thought the percentage would have been higher. I guess pubs account for a significant percent of meals. I don’t know whether pub grub is healthier or not, its certainly more expensive and not fast food. And the accompanying drinks may affect the health aspect of the overall dining experience.
This is the first time that I have seen statistics on the market share of fast food. It would be most interesting to see statistics from other countries. It may be perhaps tricky to define fast food in a consistent manner. Chinese meals can be prepared really fast but it is probably not fast food in the conventional sense of the word.