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"Most people in Argentina receive adequate nutrition in their diets, although the World Bank classifies a small percentage as malnourished. Almost three-fourths of the population has access to safe drinking water and sanitation (hygienic conditions and safe disposal of waste products). A small percent of children under age five are underweight (about 2 percent) or stunted (are short for their age, 5 percent). These children are from the poorest Argentine families, and may live in cities or rural areas,"(food by country)Even though Argentina is a big Country it has some defects to it and in this case it would be that one-fourth of it is in poverty.

* Beef is the national dish of Argentina.* A favorite main course is parrillada, a mixed grill of steak and other cuts of beef* A beef that is dipped in eggs, bread crumbs, and then fried is called milanesa.* Argentina is made up mostly of Roman Catholics. During easter they give up meats for lent and usually eat seafood.* Empanadas (little pies) usually stuffed with beef, vegetables, and cheese, are a favorite dish.

Lionel Messi one of the most famous soccer players in Argentina, and the world was the one that led Argentina to the finals of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil with some help from Angel Di Maria and Sergio Aguero, etc.




"I never think about the play or visualize anything. I do what comes to me at that moment. Instinct. It has always been that way,"(Lionel Messi)

~ Native Indians lived in Argentina many years before the European explorers had arrived to country.~ Members of an Indian tribes were farmers who grew squash, melons, and sweet potatoes.~ Spanish settlers came to Argentina in 1536, from 1880 and 1890, nearly 1,000,000 immigrants came from Europe to live in the country of Argentina.~ Most immigrants were from Italy, and Spain then British, German, Jewish, and other immigrants also settled into Argentina, bringing their different styles of cooking and favorite foods.





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