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What US holiday has the most beef consumption?
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Conspicuous consumption was most common in Northern cities.
1. Thanksgiving 2. Super Sunday 3. Christmas
http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Argentina has the world's highest consumption rate of beef, at 65 kg a year per capita although it has been said this amount has slightly reduced …in the past few years and has been superseded by Uruguay at 58.2kg per capita in 2010
It is found underground.
Strips of any lean meat will do. See link:
Consumption patterns were most influenced by transportation.
Argentina and Uruguay are the largest consumers of beef per capita with the U.S.A. a close third.
January and November have the same amount of Federal holidays. They each have 2.
The most popular holidays in the U.S. are Thanksgiving Day, the 4th Thursday of November, and Christmas Day, December 25. The second most popular holidays in the U.S., not q…uite as big as the first two but observed by a large majority of workers, are New Year's Day (January 1), Memorial Day (observed on the last Monday of May), Independence Day (July 4) and Labor Day (the 1st Monday of September). The third group in popularity are Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday (observed on the 3rd Monday of January), George Washington's Birthday (observed on the 3rd Monday of February), Columbus Day (observed on the 2nd Monday of October) and Veterans' Day (November 11). Good Friday is a state holiday in about a quarter to a third of the states. Some holidays are popular only in one state or a few states, like Patriot Day in Massachusetts, or Robert E. Lee's Birthday in several southern states.
processed and prepared foods.