everyday things astronauts can’t do in space

Bread, for example, can result in crumbs that can damage equipment or accidentally get inhaled by astronauts. Therefore, according to NASA, tortillas have been used since the 1980s.
When it comes to beverages, carbonated drinks are off the table because they aren’t buoyant in a weightless environment. Vickie Kloeris, Subsystem manager for Shuttle and ISS food systems at Johnson Space Center and program manager for NASA FTCSC, told NASA, “carbonated drinks currently don’t make the trip because the carbonation and the soda will not separate in microgravity.”

They can’t consume common items like bread and soda.