Cibus promptus

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Cibus promptus Canadensis: Pastillum Hamburgense, cucumeribus comditis suffarcinatum, cum patatis frictis et potione carbonica apud Burger King Mississauga in urbe comedendum

Cibus promptus est ille qui cito paratus, cito venditus, cito satisfacit comedentes. Hi aut operarii quibus tempus fugit, aut pauperes instrumentoque domestico carentes, aut avidiores oblectamentorum non edulium petitores, nonnumquam per egentiam cibos minus salutares accipiunt; exstant autem cibi qui, etiamsi promptissime inferentur, nutritionem optimam praebent.

Genera cibi prompti notabiliora[recensere | fontem recensere]

Catenae ganearum cibum promptum offerentium[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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