Ever go car shopping? They have nifty labels now in the windows of cars that show the average gas mileage a vehicle gets. They even get real technical and show you the average miles per gallon a car will get in the city and on the highway. Wow.
Of course, if you do a little browsing at a car dealership, you’ll start to notice how much gas mileage varies between vehicles. In fact, you can even pick two similar sedans and one will average four miles per gallon more than the other. After all, there are a lot of variables that factor in to gas mileage: how many cylinders the engine has, whether it’s a manual or an automatic, the weight of the vehicle and even aerodynamics comes into play.
Caloric Needs: The Bigger Picture
This post is part of Real Food Wednesday, hosted by Kelly the Kitchen Kop and Fight Back Friday at Food Renegade.