In this weeks class, we have been discussing the gender roles in most societies. This is a very difficult topic to discuss due to many people becoming offended with others views. having said this, I believe that we as a … Continue reading
Foods that I can pronounce and detect are definitely of French pronunciation, why must you elude me with your spelling? Why, internet, must you be as slow as an old man with broken legs moving uphill in molasses? Mirliton, that … Continue reading
In this weeks reading Wrangham made a point that the gorilla named Koko preferred cooked food over raw food. And he was able to distinguish whether he liked cooked food because it was easier to eat or whether he liked … Continue reading
Since there has only been one food studies class this week, I have decided to write about the Mirliton Casserole. As many of the kids in the school know, Mary Margeret’s mother is a wonderful cook and as soon as … Continue reading
All of the classes this week have been discussing raw foods or raw food diets. As we discussed the fruitarians and continued discussing the instinctualists, all I think about was cooking a rack of ribs or eating a burger. I … Continue reading
This weeks reading discussed many studies done about eating raw eggs as a nutritional benefit. There has forever been much controversy over this so I decided to do some research to clarify.