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Food Summary of the questionnaire Form 6A Kadrina Secondary School Estonia Made by: Keith Lemendik & Liis Uusküla 2007

Summary of the questionnaire

Form 6A

Kadrina Secondary School

Estonia

Made by:

Keith Lemendik

&

Liis Uusküla

2007

How many times do you eat every day? 72% of the students eat 3 or 4 times a day.

72% of the students eat 3 or 4 times a day.

What do you eat for breakfast, lunch, supper? Breakfast 50% of the students eat sandwich for breakfast.

Breakfast

50% of the students eat sandwich for breakfast.

Lunch 49% of the students eat schoolfood for lunch.

Lunch

49% of the students eat schoolfood for lunch.

Supper Half of the students eat potatoes and pasta for supper.

Supper

Half of the students eat potatoes and pasta for supper.

Do you eat school lunch for school? 70% of the students eat school food. It’s fantastic.

70% of the students eat school food. It’s fantastic.

How often do you have a snack between meals? Half of the students eat snacks very often. They will become fat.

Half of the students eat snacks very often. They will become fat.

Are you a vegetarian? No-one is a vegetarian in our class. Do you like milk? 2/3 of our students like milk.

No-one is a vegetarian in our class.

Do you like milk?

2/3 of our students like milk.

Are you on a diet? Only one person is on a diet. Who can it be?

Only one person is on a diet. Who can it be?

Are you a fussy eater? 41% of the students are fussy eaters. We choose what we eat. We don’t eat everything.

41% of the students are fussy eaters. We choose what we eat. We don’t eat everything.

Are you allergic to some food? Two of us are allergic to some food but they did not mention the food they are allergic to.

Two of us are allergic to some food but they did not mention the food they are allergic to.

What's your favourite food? Half of the students like pizza and potatoes.

Half of the students like pizza and potatoes.

What's your favourite fruit? Half of the students like apples. It is probably because it is a very common fruit that is grown in Estonia.

Half of the students like apples. It is probably because it is a very common fruit that is grown in Estonia.

What's the best dessert? More than half of our students like ice-cream. Do they like vanilla or chocolate ice-cream? Maybe both.

More than half of our students like ice-cream. Do they like vanilla or chocolate ice-cream? Maybe both.

Do you like fish and seafood? 67% of the students like fish and seafood.

What food do you hate? Light blue: I don’t hate Our students hate different food. They hate pork, milk soup, plof or pea soup most of all.

Light blue: I don’t hate

Our students hate different food. They hate pork, milk soup, plof or pea soup most of all.

Do you have any eating traditions? Only 21% of the students have eating traditions. Do they have them at Christmas, Easter or on Valentine’s day?

Do you worry how healthy your diet is? 63% of the students worry about their diet.

63% of the students worry about their diet.

Do you worry about how much you weigh? 67% of the students don’t worry how much they weigh.

67% of the students don’t worry how much they weigh.

What meat do you prefer? Nearly half of the students prefer chicken and other meat.

Nearly half of the students prefer chicken and other meat.

Do you like spicy food? 58% of the students like spicy food.

58% of the students like spicy food.

Do you prefer junk or healthy food? All in all 79% of the students prefer either healthy food or both healthy and junk food.

All in all 79% of the students prefer either healthy food or both healthy and junk food.

What is your favourite junk food? 63% of the students like chips very much.

63% of the students like chips very much.

Is your stomach full now? 21% of the students were happy, because their stomach was full.

21% of the students were happy, because their stomach was full.

Does your family eat together? 62% of the students eat together or sometimes with their family.

62% of the students eat together or sometimes with their family.

What food can you make yourself? 23% of the students can make almost everything themselves and half of them can prepare macaroni.

23% of the students can make almost everything themselves and half of them can prepare macaroni.

Who does the cooking in your family? It seems that mothers are the ones who do the cooking.

It seems that mothers are the ones who do the cooking.

THE END!!!

THE END!!!

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