Bangladeshi Traditional Food habits

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Bangladeshi Traditional Food habits

Food habits differ from country to country and from person to person. Every country has its own tradition of foods. Bangladesh has also the same. In the sense of food habits, Bangladesh is influenced by the regional variations of her history. The staple food in Bangladesh is rice. Being an outpost of Mughal Empire once, Bangladesh retains its heritage. Bangladesh is famous for rice production which has been the chief occupation of its people. Rice, therefore, the main food of Bangladesh. The Bangladeshis eat rice, not just a small quantity but a lot. They eat rice every day and at every meal with great testy and spicy curry of vegetables, fishes, and meat. It is also the staple food in many southeast Asian countries including Japan. But in Pakistan and in some parts of India the staple food is wheat. People in European countries eat bread and potatoes. They also prefer fish. In our own country the rich people like meat more than fish. The poor people cannot afford meat. They go for small fish because they are cheaper. Strangely enough, small fish have greater food value than bigger and more expensive fish.

Traditional food habit of Bangladesh

On special occasions, people prepare a special dish. Turkey is a favorite food at Christmas in England. We in this country eat fried rice, beef, mutton, chicken and sweets on Eid Day. These items are usually on the menu at wedding dinners. When we invite guests for dinner at home, we serve the same foods. Soft drinks go with such dinners, For ordinary meals, we usually have unleavened bread, eggs, milk and fruits or sweets and tea for breakfast. For lunch and dinner, most people have rice, meat or fish and vegetables. Working class people usually have soaked rice, salt and chilly for breakfast. For lunch and supper, they have rice and vegetables with or without fish. In planning meals, we should consider primarily the food value rather taste. Many people., particularly children, dislike vegetables. But the vegetables are rich in vitamins

and minerals.

Those who do not eat vegetables suffer from malnutrition. Beef and mutton contain a lot of fat and fat is dangerous. It makes people overweight or obese. Obesity is the cause of many diseases like diabetes, blood pressure, and a heart condition. We must eat what is good for us, not what is tasty. Costly food is not necessarily better than a cheap one. Not many people know this and they suffer from all kinds of diseases. Needless to say, prevention is better than cure. Bangladeshi Traditional Food habits.

We should do everything possible to prevent diseases. Eating wisely is one of the best ways of keeping fit.

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