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Calories in Meat and Fish – Calorie Table

Calorific values ​​of meat, steaks, poultry, sausage products, fish etc. The calories in meat, i.e. in animal products, are mainly in the form of...

Calories in Fruits and Berries – Calorie Table

Calorific values ​​of apples, pears, bananas, strawberries, raspberries etc. All fruits are mostly carbohydrates, although the calories in fruits can also come from fats...

Calories in Vegetables – Calorie Table

Calorific values ​​of potatoes, french fries, asparagus, mushrooms etc. No doubt, vegetables should be a regular part of everyone's diet. One look at this...

Calorie table for bread, cakes & pastries

Here you will find overviews of the calorie content of bread, rolls, cakes, tarts, biscuits and other pastries. This calorie chart lists a variety...

International Phone Codes

International key figures Int. Area codes of 15 countries at a glance countryprefixGermany00 49Austria00 43Switzerland00 41Belgium00 32Denmark00 45Spain00 34France00 33Liechtenstein00 423England00 44Italy00 39Luxembourg00 352Norway00 47Netherlands00 31Sweden00 46United...

International paper formats

DIN A0, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7 - US Letter Standard Here you will find the exact dimensions of the DIN A standard...

Weight units

Weight is one of the most used units. There are two basic units of weight in the world. We are talking here, of course, about the...

How many yards are centimeters, millimeters, meters?

The yard is a commonly used unit of length in Great Britain and the United States. It is divided into 3 feet, which in turn...

Percentage

A per mille is one thousandth of a certain number, called the base. Its symbol is ‰ and it stands for a tenth of a percent. It...

1 barrel of crude oil – How many liters of fuel

The international unit of measurement for crude oil is the barrel . The term barrel for a tub or small barrel comes from the Gallo-Roman term "barriculus". A...

How many pounds are in kilograms, grams?

A pound (abbreviation for lb for  pound  or  pound-mass ) is an Anglo-Saxon, out-of-system unit of mass. In the Anglo-Saxon countries, the accepted international pound is 0.453 592 37 kg  One pound (lb)...

Compound interest simply explained

Who does not dream of increasing or even multiplying their money in their sleep? This dream has long been a reality for well-rested investors. The reason...

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