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Cuisine

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  • 1. De nombreux scientifiques spécialisés dans lanutrition ont récemment réalisé une étude sur la différence d’apport calorique entre la cuisine américaine et la cuisine asiatique . Les conclusions en images...
  • 2. CUISINEASIATIQUE
  • 3. Sushi : 98 calories
  • 4. nems : 183 cal
  • 5. Riz cantonnais : 124 cal
  • 6. Soupe chinoise : 117 cal
  • 7. famine : 0 cal
  • 8. verre de saké: 14 cal
  • 9. Boulettes de riz : 121 cal
  • 10. Sashimi : 152 cal
  • 11. Bière chinoise : 37 cal
  • 12. Et la cuisine américaine...
  • 13. Pizza : 1243 cal
  • 14. Bière Bud : 458 cal
  • 15. Cheeseburger Mc Donald : 2319 cal
  • 16. Pop corn : 372 cal
  • 17. Hot dog : 1495 cal
  • 18. Frites grasses Mc Cain : 1271 cal
  • 19. Menu Best of : 3139 cal
  • 20. Coca cola : 461 cal
  • 21. Chips : 921 cal
  • 22. Alors, un conseil : Mangez chinois

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