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    Italian food is the best meal as for my taste. European food is adored by many people, because they can find the food they like.

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    Surprised no one mentioned Portuguese Cuisine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiden View Post
    Pizza is a best food in Europe.You can enjoy Pizza in all over the world but no one can match in taste with Europe.Specially ITALY is a home land for pizza.
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    True, there is some food that we Italians can't eat abroad like pizza, pasta or gelato (ice cream). Anyhow we don't have just this, foreigners always associate Italy with these things, but we have a great variety of dishes.
    The best place to eat abroad for me is France. I love potages.

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    Italian (risotto) and French (croissants), including a good pinot noir are my vote. Bon Apatito!

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    Danish cuisine

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElHorsto View Post
    Danish cuisine
    Yuck. I'd prefer German one though. At least those of the Palatinate region.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balder View Post
    Yuck.
    Danish tradidional main dishes and desserts are simple but delicious, similar to north-german, but better. I don't like the "New danish kitchen" though.
    I find myself surprised to prefer cuisine of a protestant country, because catholic regions are known to cook better.

    I'd prefer German one though. At least those of the Palatinate region.
    Agree, Palatinate food is the best from germany and my 2nd favourite close after danish. I also like polish food, it is fat and unhealthy just like the danish . Some say the czech cuisine is the most original german/austrian one, but I'm not a fan of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElHorsto View Post
    Agree, Palatinate food is the best from germany and my 2nd favourite close after danish. I also like polish food, it is fat and unhealthy just like the danish . Some say the czech cuisine is the most original german/austrian one, but I'm not a fan of it.
    The more north one goes in Europe (and in the world in general) the fattier the food becomes. Colder climates require burning more fats to warm the body.

    I like the traditional central european cuisine, but I also like the mediterranean foods with lots of ripe fruit and veggies and seafood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeBrok View Post
    The more north one goes in Europe (and in the world in general) the fattier the food becomes. Colder climates require burning more fats to warm the body.
    Yes, and also the kind of fat differs: butter in the north, oil in the south. France is one intermediate example where both is being used.
    Butter is important in the north due to vitamin D supply. In winter I feel a stronger desire to eat butter than in summer.

    I like the traditional central european cuisine, but I also like the mediterranean foods with lots of ripe fruit and veggies and seafood.
    Med. food is of course awesome and from nutritional perspective superior, but I wouldn't like to eat it every day.

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    I might agree with vitamin D

    In south Europe you need much provitamin A, sun then does its job

    also in North you need more Vitamin C which in South is plenty.

    but in Southern foods vitamins B are rare while in North due to more milk and wheat feeding is enough.

    I think that main, in European feeding,problem is that,
    Vitamin C in North,
    Vitamins B in South

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yetos View Post
    I might agree with vitamin D

    In south Europe you need much provitamin A, sun then does its job

    also in North you need more Vitamin C which in South is plenty.

    but in Southern foods vitamins B are rare while in North due to more milk and wheat feeding is enough.

    I think that main, in European feeding,problem is that,
    Vitamin C in North,
    Vitamins B in South
    Many foods are now fortified with vitamins, at least in Canada, in dairy products and wheats. Lack of D3 might be a problem in south Europe too these days, many people try to stay pale and use sunscreen all the time, especially on kids.

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