snapemiken2 karma2021-09-02 20:14:34 UTC
What is your take on the Asian "Yeet hay" (or chiness 热气) food?
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snapemiken2 karma2021-09-02 22:13:21 UTC
They usually say nóng (hot) or "đồ ăn nóng" (hot food.)
snapemiken2 karma2021-09-02 22:59:56 UTC
It would be very interest to see a scientific research on the topic.
From personal experience, most people doesn't adapt well to food from other cultures or regions. One of the biggest complain I've heard is the taste. The taste is strange or doesn't taste good at all. Also because of globalization, younger people might find it easier to try and stick with new taste, new type of food. What your opinion on preferred taste? Is it easily changed? Is there way we can "train" our taste?
To expand on this: While nutrient management can help patients with diabetes (or you name it heart problem, kidney problem...), many cultures do not have good knowledge about food nutrients, especially about their own native kind of food. Do you think food should be adapted to fit taste of these patient? Or taste should be change, so patients easily manage their nutrient intake?
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