Where Do We Get our Food?

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Answered: Food

i don't think it is good enough to save food in plastic bags as plastic melts as per the time passes in very lite way but could be harmful for the health.

Answered: Dog Food

Most breeds should be fed TWICE a day. It is easier for the dog to maintain his weight and be satisfied at every meal. You could have a dog that will gorge it's self if you only feed him once a day. Think about how you would be if you only ate once. www.moooou.com

Answered: Do you have to take with food?

There are several drinks that should be taken with food to minimize stomach irritation .

Answered: Who has 42 thousand fast food chains?

McDonald's has about 35,000 fast food outlets. Yum Brands has more than 40,000 outlets, including Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut and WingStreet.

Answered: What is the food in China?

Grains are the main foods in China. Rice is a favorite among the Chinese of the south. But, in the north they prefer Wheat. For breakfast they may eat rice porridge, chicken noodle soup, or deep-fried pastries that taste like.Doughnuts. Favorite lunchtime foods include egg rolls and dumplings ...

Answered: How long is it safe to keep prepared Chinese food in refrigerator?

You should avoid it because it is not a healthy habit. http://www.youngisthan.in/canteen-diaries/authentic-chinese-food-in-mumbai/7137
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What is food called burma?

Burma is a country, now called Myanmar. Its food is similar to Thai.

What is food called burma?

hmmmm.. Never heard of a food called burma. All I know is that Burma is Myanmar,a South East Asian country. Have you been to Hong Kong? They have the best fish restaurants . :)

What are some of the presentation and plating technique that can make

Consider the rule of odds while plating your dish. Groupings of three, five or seven are naturally more appealing to the eye in that the lack of balance creates visual interest. Find more on Asian Food @ https://asianinspirations.com.au/