Cambrian: Opinion

April 3, 2014 6:28 PM

Food for thought about food

Who the heck decided we needed to eat three times a day or at specific times? Were you raised, as I was, to “eat everything on your plate”? What vestiges of your own upbringing did you lay on your own kids? How has your culture influenced your diet?

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