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Date Created: 09/22/14
Mintz Chapter 1 Food Shows variablility of mankind Mannerismshabits acquired from social aspect of community How we perceive ourselves in relation to other kung bushmen hunting trips reveal inner organization of tribe 1000 ad few Europeans knew about it 1800 it39s now a necessity although costly Must study sources of sugar British colonies relationship between Britain and colonies areas that grew the tea and the slaves How could such foreign luxuries so quickly become a central part in British social daily life Relationship between production and consumption of sugar has changed over time also look at foods it was combined with and foods it replaced Common Eating Habits Culture Principal complex carb grainroot crop o Ubwali literally food Accompanied by flavorful contrasting liquid stew sauce etc o Umunani completes ubwali to satisfaction US is very different principal meat accompanied by fats and sugars Changes in diet equate to changes in a society scommunity s image of itself Meaning consequence of activity Behavior isn39t only most basic element of culture Human sweet tooth came from ancestors who adapted to favor ripest therefore sweetest fruits quotsweetness is opposite of everything saltiness bitterness sourness hotness
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