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What matters most on August 16, 2018
Paul Samyn08/16/2018 7:00 PM
We are what we eat.
But how does that momism apply to a city?
What can we learn about ourselves from the dishes we create, the meals we share, the bread that is broken?
(pullQuote)Psychologist Paul Rozin, who made a name for himself studying the interplay between what we eat and our identity, had this delicious observation about our appetites: "Food is not just nutrition that goes in your mouth or even pleasant sensations that go with it,” he said earlier this year in an interview on NPR. “It connects to your whole life, and it's really a very important part of performing your culture and experiencing your culture."
A 24-hour tour of food in Winnipeg
08/16/2018 7:00 PM
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