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Home-Made Vs Restaurant Vs Fast Food - Pros And Cons

Home-Made Vs Restaurant Vs Fast Food In The UK The Price Factor £ 17.68 A Regular Lunch for 4 in McDonalds 2 Big Macs 2 Medium French Fries 2 Small French Fries 1 Hamburger Chicken McNuggets 4 p. 2 Medium Cokes 2 Small Cokes 3.00 £ • • 1.03 £ Oil; - £ 9.00 + Flavours; Power; Chicken with Potatoes And Salad for 4 From The Supermarket 0.93 £ 0.94 £ Whereas 0.94 £ A Meal for 4 in an Inexpensive Restaurant: £ 20.00 The Time Factor 00:02:09 Wendy 00:02:29 Chick fiest TACO BELL The Average Drive-Through 00:03:10 Wait Time BURGER KING 00:03:08 00:03:20 Whereas 1980 00:16:00 2014 1 h. 34 min. The average time spent on cooking a meal in UK households The average time people are willing to wait in a diner in UK The Calorie Factor Nutrition Facts Per Person Fat Carbs Protein 900 Calories 37 gr 123 gr 23 gr Intake On Average Lunch For 4 in McDonalds Chicken, Potatoes and Salad for 4 and the difference with McDonalds 934 Calories Fat Carbs Protein Intake On 39 gr. 80 gr 67 gr 32%| Average 5% 191% 4% Nutrition Facts Per Person 225 gr Whereas well-done fillet steak What will you Expensive and chips in a UK but tasty compensate? Restaurant Restaurant Time-consuming but 550 Ccal Home Made cheapest option Sources: Provided By: http://goo.gl/wynocC http://goo.gl/LbYkew Fantastic Cleaners http://goo.gl/tJCjzd http://goo.gl/2GaOV6 OVEN Fast Food Junky but instantly ready

Home-Made Vs Restaurant Vs Fast Food - Pros And Cons

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We all have to make a choice between time, convenience or money, when we have a meal. The infographic examines the possible options we have - home-made, restaurant or fast food - and their good and bad sides.

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