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Big Encyclopedia. Food and drinks. Simple answers to difficult questions:
Do I need to drink 1.5-2 liters of water a day?
Does coloring of vegetables affect health?
How did Coca-Cola appear?
How did fast food originate?
How did the hot dog get its name?
How did the sandwich appear?
How does our diet affect us?
How is coffee useful?
How many apples should I eat?
How much does a person eat and drink?
Is a low-calorie diet useful?
Is American cuisine good for health?
Is cheese useful?
Is separate food useful?
Since when has caffeine got into our food?
What are trans fats?
What does a sandwich consist of?
What is a zest?
What is el?
What is lasagna?
What is saffron?
What is sashimi?
What is the difference between American and Scotch whiskey?
What is the most common drink in the world?
What is the most delicious fish?
What is the most important food?
What is vegetarianism?
What is vodka?
What products can be stored longer than others?
What spoils wine?
When and how did chewing gum originate?
When and where did tea appear in disposable tea bags?
When did ketchup appear?
When did the first recipe come out?
Where and how did the croissants appear?
Where and when did the first coffee shop appear in Europe?
Where did the hamburger come to us?
Where did the punch come from?
Where does the custom of drinking coffee come to Europe?
Where is caffeine other than tea and coffee?
Which fat is the most useful?
Who first ate a chocolate bar and drank cocoa?
Why be careful with grapefruit and cranberry juices?
Why do they add water when cooking pasta and potatoes?
Why do they drink white cold and red drink at room temperature?
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