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a) Since we agree that B doesn't really work meaning-wise, it's a tricky exercise to discuss what one word means. However, it seems most sensible for "its" to refer to "each," since both meaning and proximity indicate that as the intention. Each different style is a product of its regional influences.

b) In D, "each" introduces a noun modifier applying to "styles" (of cooking). As for "with," that's just what I was saying previously. In this case it creates an adverbial modifier, and there's no sensible way for that to apply.
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