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Food/Drink options in Spain

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I'll be traveling in Spain for a couple of weeks (Madrid, Cordoba, Granada, Sevilla) and am concerned about my food and drink options. I am allergic to shellfish, so I naturally worry about unknowingly ingesting it via sauce or additive. Should this be a problem? In general, I stay clear of seafood because I don't like its taste. What meat options are commonly available?

What about to drink? I don't care for soft drinks, so I assume that's good, as they are probably expensive. I usually drink water, coffee, tea, dark beer, and red wine. Is coffee served throughout the day or just at breakfast? Is wine or beer more common? Is "table wine" routinely available?

Thanks!

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