Named the most popular dishes in the world

organization Oxfam conducted a survey in 17 countries to find out what are the three most favorite dishes among the population.The study showed that food prices are concerned about the residents of all countries, and that diets are changing because of the cost of products.For example, many do not use those products that are consumed two years ago.According to the survey, the most popular dish in the world turned out to be ...

Pasta!And the top 10 dishes and products in the list of the study is as follows:

1. Macaroni
2. Meat
3. Figure
4. Pizza
5. Chicken
6. Fish
7. Vegetables
8. Chinakitchen
9. Italian
10. Mexican cuisine

On the one hand the study showed that the Western system of power is becoming increasingly popular, and Italian pasta has become the most popular dish in the world, ahead of meat, rice and pizza.On the other hand, residents of some countries still prefer the local cuisine instead of exotic exports.

We must not forget that the comparison between the developed countries went where export products are publicly available, and with the developing countries, where alternative local cuisine there.It is also strange that the survey Oxfam called some national cuisine "products".

For example, in Ghana, a favorite local dish - fufu - mashed cassava.But unknown Ghanaians would prefer Pizza Margherita, if they could get it?And it's not only people who prefer their native cuisine imported.The Spaniards in the first place put the paella.Mexicans prefer to Mexican cuisine, the Indians - Indian.

However, in many countries, prevailing foreign cuisine.For example, in the Netherlands - pasta, Chinese food and pizza.In Brazil - lasagna, rice and pasta dishes.In the UK, the top three includes steak, pasta and chicken.In the US, pizza, steak and chicken, which is surprising, because a good pizza outside major cities are hard to find.

According to statistics among the countries on the use of pasta in the first place is Italy, followed by Venezuela, Mexico, Switzerland, Greece and Bolivia.

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