Americans spend the least amount of time cooking, compared to others in the world, but gain the most weight.
Earlier this month, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development released the results of a survey that revealed the social tendencies of people in 34 countries. The study revealed how Americans stack up against people in other countries by several measures, including time spent cooking and shopping, as well as the more standard statistics, such as average income and poverty rates.
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