How to avoid the ‘lazy, boring’ and ‘unhelpful’ Israeli food menu

If you’re a fan of chocolate, it’s only natural that you’d want to try it.

There’s a good reason for that.

According to an Israeli government-funded study, chocolate consumption among Israeli teens is on the rise.

And as a result, Israel’s food menu has become one of the countrys most sought-after.

According to the Israeli government’s National Food Program, in 2015, approximately 1.2 billion Israelis consumed at least one piece of chocolate at least once, and in 2017, that number had risen to 3.2 million.

While that’s not a huge number, it is a lot of chocolate.

And that’s because Israel is a major exporter of chocolate — it has the third largest chocolate market in the world, after China and the United States.

As the report notes, “Israel has the largest chocolate industry in the Middle East, and chocolate is used in many Israeli restaurants, especially in high-end cafes.”

In fact, Israel is the only country in the Arab world where chocolate is served as a specialty, a fact that has made it popular with Israeli Jews.

The Jewish people also use chocolate for its traditional religious reasons, such as for the “morning meal” and “wine” at Yom Kippur.

The Israeli government is spending millions of dollars to encourage Israeli consumers to eat more chocolate, which they’re also expected to do in the coming years.

According with the National Food Programme, “Chocolate consumption is growing at a rapid pace, and the government is hoping that it will lead to a greater demand for chocolate and the creation of more chocolate shops.”

So what exactly is chocolate?

It’s a rich chocolate that’s rich in flavor, but not too rich.

According the National Health Institute, chocolate contains “about 20 percent sugar,” making it a poor choice for people who want to be full.

The report goes on to note that while there are some people who will enjoy eating chocolate, “there is no evidence that this will make them healthier or happier.”

The reason is simple: “there are no known side effects from chocolate consumption.”

It’s the kind of chocolate that can get you into trouble for eating too much, according to the report, which says that “eating chocolate at any time of the day increases the risk of metabolic syndrome, obesity and diabetes.”

It goes on, “In addition, chocolate can contribute to a higher risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, and death from other causes.”

There are a few things to remember when it comes to chocolate: first, the health risks are minimal.

“If you eat more than 1.5 ounces of chocolate a day, you’re unlikely to get any serious health problems, and if you eat it for a prolonged period, you may have a higher chance of developing chronic disease,” the report says.

Second, there are lots of different kinds of chocolate available, and it’s not hard to find a different flavor or consistency for your next meal.

And third, it doesn’t take much to make chocolate taste great, and a good chocolate shop can provide a great experience for you and your family.

But in general, you should always be mindful of what you’re consuming.

“Chocolates are not the only way to enjoy chocolate, but they are definitely the most popular way,” the study notes.

“It is not necessary to eat chocolate for any specific reason, and you should eat chocolate in moderation.”