What about salads, they are amazing all kinds of different varieties, in the UK its lettuce, tomatoes and cucumber period for a side, boring as hell and tasteless.
Er no?! not unless you eat all your "meals" for €3.99 in a pub or something.
More like 10.99 EUR, i havent had a pub meal in the UK for less than £5.99 for about 10 years with the average being around £14.99. The point being please stop exaggerating every point.
"Side salad" is basically garnish anyway - it should not really be regarded as a component of the meal as such.
A garnish is deep fried leak, thinly sliced carrot, crowned onion even the list is endless. A side salad IS an integral part of the meal and not to confused with garnish. In Poland, in most restaurants its a very nice accompaniment that completes a meal.
If you want salad you need to order salad - not X with side salad.
Yes, and virtually all are based on lettuce, cucumber and tomato.
Having said that I am fairly confident as to the organic or natural credentials of mush of the food I consume whether it is meat veg or dairy.
Based on the content of what you commented below i highly doubt that.
In Poland when you say "meat" it seems to generally refer to processed/preserved sliced meats or sausage.
I think one of the ares where Polish meat excels is the amount of cured and marinated hams, you are truly spoiled for choice
Hmmm...something wrong with this statement.
But i have to say this is the funniest post by you:
In Britain/Ireland meat means meat - fresh slabs of animal flesh, not processed not cured.