Eating Behaviour - Culture (A01)

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Culture - Japanese
Sushi - Island nation, fish easily assessable, humid climate (rice)
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Culture - American
Burgers - Convenience due to working hours, globalisation
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Culture - Indian
Curry - Antibacterial properties of spices
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Culture - British
Roasts - Farm land, potatoes and veg grow well
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Culture - Australian
Meat/BBQ's - Large areas of land for livestock
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Culture - Mediterranean
Fish/Cheese/Salad - Perfect growing environment, large coast line
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Culture - Bedouin Arabs
High salt and protein - Necessary to replace salt, protein sustains energy over time
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Food Taboo - Pork
Jewish/Islam - Unclean animals, split hoof
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Food Taboo - Beef
Hindu - Sacred animals
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Food Taboo - Chopsticks standing up
China - Represents incense and death
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Food Taboo - Eating with left hand
India/Muslim - Used for bathroom etiquette
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Food Taboo - Cleaning your plate
Asia - Host thinks they haven't given you enough
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Food Taboo - Human
Everywhere - Disease, morality
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Food Taboo - Leaving food on plate
Europe/Africa - Host thinks you didn't like the food
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Globalisation
The process in which the world is becoming increasingly interconnected as a result of massively increased trade and cultural exchange
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How does globalisation affect eating behaviour?
Increased travel allows people to experience different cuisines, less culturally specific, increased immigration and greater fast food access
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Roasts - Farm land, potatoes and veg grow well

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Meat/BBQ's - Large areas of land for livestock

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