Every culture has rules and <strong>taboos about food</strong>, but moralizing about what we eat is most evident in cultures with a dichotomy between pleasure and virtue

Every culture has rules and taboos about food, but moralizing about what we eat is most evident in cultures with a dichotomy between pleasure and
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Every culture has rules and taboos about food, but moralizing about what we eat is most evident in cultures with a dichotomy between pleasure and virtue

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