When is it good time to have a burger or a sausage?
That is a question which has been on everyone’s lips since last summer when a number of restaurants around Italy began serving meatless burgers and sausages.
While we are not entirely sure how long the trend has been in Italy, the Italian government has been cracking down on the practice for a few years now.
The move was triggered by an incident in August 2016 when a man was arrested and charged with a drug offence after allegedly having a large amount of marijuana in his home.
It is believed that the man was also a member of a gang who were also involved in the theft of large quantities of meat from restaurants.
Since then, the authorities have been crackingdown on the meatless burger and saucy eating habits of restaurants and restaurants have been told to be cautious.
Many restaurants have since started phasing out the meat-based dishes, and are now opting for a more traditional vegetarian or vegan diet.
With this in mind, it is worth remembering that many restaurants have started offering their customers a choice between burgers and sandwiches, or the two.
So, how does the meat and meatless diet compare?
While the two diets have completely different eating habits, the following table compares the main eating habits across the two types of meat and the different types of cheese.
If you would like to know more about the meat, cheese and cheese-free diets, then take a look at our guide to the best meatless recipes.
If that is not enough for you, here is our guide on what to eat in 2018.