458,617 items of data are available, covering 211,019 participants, encoded using Data-Coding 100010
Defined-instances run from 0 to 4, labelled using Instancing 1
: Conducted in assessment centre, April 2009 to September 2010.
70,714 participants, 70,714 items
Instance 1 : On-line cycle 1, February 2011 to April 2011.
100,599 participants, 100,599 items
Instance 2 : On-line cycle 2, June 2011 to September 2011.
83,265 participants, 83,265 items
Instance 3 : On-line cycle 3, October 2011 to December 2011.
103,791 participants, 103,791 items
Instance 4 : On-line cycle 4, April 2012 to June 2012.
100,248 participants, 100,248 items
Question asked: "Did you eat any beans, lentils, potatoes or vegetables yesterday? Include fresh, tinned, frozen, dried; chips, salad, coleslaw, baked beans, chickpeas, veg in stews, pies etc."
If the participant activated the Help feature they were shown the message:
Please include all vegetables, whether they are eaten by themselves, as an accompaniment or within a particular dish/meal such as a stew or pie. A serving of vegetables would be the typical amount dished up as an accompaniment to main meal. e.g. if you had a roast dinner with meat, potatoes, carrots and peas, most people would have one serving of potatoes, one serving of carrots and one serving of peas. For small amounts of vegetables that are not big enough to be counted individually (e.g. in a stew), please guess the number of servings and record that under Vegetable pieces. A serving is about the amount that would be dished up using a serving spoon (large spoon typically used in canteens or self-service buffets). Example: a beef stew with carrot and parsnip may have enough vegetables in it to count as a half serving of carrots plus a half serving of parsnip (possibly even a whole serving if there are a lot of vegetables in the stew). If not, it may be better to record the vegetables as a half serving of Vegetable pieces. For a selection of vegetables where the precise type may be unknown (for example in a shop bought vegetable pie or a stir fry cooked by a friend) please guess the total amount and record that under Vegetable pieces. Olives should have been recorded earlier under 'Savoury Snacks'. If your vegetable is not on the list, please record it under 'Other' located at the bottom of the list.
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