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Old 26-05-18, 09:59 AM   #1
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Cog Is eating a food in a particular way important?

For me, I don't find it important but I would sometimes eat it in a way that is meant for it to be eaten.

What are you thoughts?Why?
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Old 26-05-18, 03:02 PM   #2
 
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Default Re: Is eating a food in a particular way important?

If you don't eat, you'll die eventually. It only takes a little longer than if you decide not to drink water anymore. so in general food is essential to survive.

However, but seen from the lucullan perspective, I agree. Isn't important eating stuff on a luxury level, if socialising isn't important to you.


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Do you mean food in general or just as a placeholder for any kind of fruit?
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Old 26-05-18, 11:11 PM   #3
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Oh okay, I should have made my post more clear as I just meant like using the proper utensils, style and etc.
I meant food in general.
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I don't think it really is because in different parts of the world, some don't even use utensils. Take India for example. Most just dip pita bread with curry without any need of a fork or spoon (but it doesn't mean you have to). Also, back then they didn't even have such things as utensils. Our hands are tools that don't need anything else. Although bear in mind to respect other cultures when you are visiting them because some have etiquette and dining policies you must follow.
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I don't think so. One example I can think of is Oreos. I like to twist an Oreo and dip the cookie parts into milk but I know people who just eat the entire thing at once and other things.

Although this might be different for specific cultural dishes with an extensive history. Then Oreos are a bad example as they do not relate.
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Well its up to you if you are comfortable with eating with utensils or with your hands.

BUT ITS A DEFINITE HANDS FOR ME!
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Chopsticks it is.
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