Cuisine Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Breakfast is simply the first meal of the day, so yes, all cuisines involve a breakfast though the contents of breakfast vary across culinary traditions. Furthermore, some individuals will simply opt out of breakfast.

Some cultures have a fairly large breakfast such as Western cultures...

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There are hundreds of different types of cuisines. Cuisine is a tradition or style of cooking consisting of certain ingredients, dishes, and cooking techniques. What foods are eaten in a region depends on local climate and trade. There are cuisines associated with specific regions and cultures....

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Food often plays an important role in social interactions in a culture. For example, in Chinese, cuisines, portions are often orient towards families instead of individuals. This reflects the family oriented and collectivist nature of the Chinese. American foods, on the other hand, tend to be...

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The term “breakfast” for the first meal of the day first came into use in the English language in the 15th century, before this, the word “disner” was used which meant “to break a fast,” essentially to break the fast of the night before. This is reflected in...

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Skipping breakfast or eating breakfast doesn’t appear to have a significant effect on overall calorie intake or metabolism, however it does appear that those who eat breakfast have healthier eating habits. They tend to have more nutrients and fibers in their diet. Those who skip breakfast...

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Although eggs are high in cholesterol and in the past have been associated with risk of heart disease, in general eggs are good for you and eating eggs regularly for breakfast is not a bad idea. For one, they are rich in protein as well as vital nutrients and many vitamins.

They also...

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Boiled eggs are usually made without butter or oil which generally makes them healthier than other types of egg dishes such as scrambled and fried eggs. A boiled egg with also have fewer calories, less fat, and less saturated fat than an equivalent serving of fried eggs or scrambled...

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Although all countries have good food, there is a tendency in some countries to serve watered down or cheap low-quality versions of their food to tourists. Jordan, for example, is known for its delectable stews, desserts, and dips, but most tourist-focused Jordanian restaurants will serve...

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Some culinary enthusiasts are disillusioned by American food. This is because they have been scarred by the poor attempts of mass production to produce cheap watered-down, lower quality versions of American food, but America does actually have good cuisine.

Famous American cuisines...

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Quality versions of the iconic burger are found in many restaurants across America, but some of the best burgers are made in Connecticut where the burger was originally invented. Texan barbeque is known for its exquisite meat and ribs. In the great plains, biscuits and gravy made with butter...

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