Eating Etiquettes Guide

All you need to know about Japanese dining etiquette

Japanese start and end their food greeting with the traditional phrases like “itadakimasu” (“I gratefully receive”) to commence and “gochisosama (deshita)” (“Thank you for the meal”) to conclude their meal. Japanese are very particular about the quality,

All you need to know about German dining etiquette

“Mannerisms and etiquette take you a long way”, this saying goes hand in hand with success, goodwill and building of personal relations of an individual. A person is well identified and judged by his personality, behavior and good habits. Your outlook is

How can I get over my bad eating habits?

I want to lose around 10 kilos. I go to gym and enjoy doing exercise. The thing is that I eat too much and this is the reason that I am not able to lose weight. Can anyone tell me how can I get over my bad eating habits? Has anyone ever faced the same pro

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