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Food not only touches upon but probably is at the origin of many cultural practices of societies around the world. To this day, even in 'modern' societies the way families and friends connect everyday or on special occasions defines key aspects of any given culture. Hence we believe Food is not only a very appropriate way to discover any Culture; it might well be the best and ultimately only way to decipher a culture.
But in addition to promoting more cultural understanding we promote bringing as many things as possible to the table: more taste, more people, more variety.
Each of those ultimately will bring more enjoyment:
Taste is personal and conditioned by our history; we firmly believe that by expanding your range of experiences and trusting yourself along the way, you will experience more taste and ultimately more pleasure.
So, at the end, we must recognize our meals come from people who have travelled in space and time, and hence always be open to share our meals with others; we should also be ready to share some stories that define us, our culture. All of this helps address fundamental human needs and will make any meal more enjoyable.
While we share, we must respect the specifics of the taste of others as well as our own taste.
As we do so, we must realize that the choices we make about what we eat not only reflect our culture and our individual taste, but also impact others immensely. Finally, we must remember our knowledge of what is good to eat – or what it good to think – will never be final; in the face of that uncertainty, variety seems a good hedging strategy …