mmm I think some people are mixing concepts. The freedom to choose what you want to eat doesn't work when people are not properly culturized about it. That's why in such cases is where the government has to step in and protect them of it. Its starting to happen in some countries like UK where the index of obesity in the childrens are reaching unnacceptable levels. So only when people are concious of the issues and consequences of having such food, you can let them choose. But is not only food, is also the world consequences of such menu. To keep up with the demands of meat many undevelopped countries are having several issues like over explotation of the soil by farmers instead of growing vegetables or keeping the forest alive... and many more.
So when you step into one of those places, please make yourself a bit of selfconcience exercise and try to make the world a bit better. I am sure you can just go to the supermarket or any local store and buy some simple fruit (probably expensier) that will make it good to your body. In fact once a week it works very well to just drink liquid and eat some fruits.
In my case I never eaten any of those fast foods (well once potatoes...) but I rather use their instalations for the only thing it can be good: their toilets! Nothing else can be saved, ha ha ha
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Yes people are free to choose based on their culinary culture.
Its obvious that sheet food is only been eaten by those people, like most of North Americans, English, ... You only have to see the consequences: fat and ugly people!!!, but what can you expect.. ha ha That's why I wish the Americans never brought that sheet to this country, I don't want to see those Japanese princess become fat... Those food places should be ban. In other countries now they are protecting the kids of that sheet by not allowing advertisement directly targeting them. And even in England they are starting to understand the consequences... I am wondering if its too late...
Enjoy your meal!! I will enjoy my nice home made salad!
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