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|Other Titles: ||French Gastronomic Taste and Social Class|
|Issue Date: ||2016-08-18 17:30:32 (UTC+8)|
Taste, by which leaders of social opinions express their attitudes towards beauty and conscience, means the ability to appreciate people, things and objects. This is also one of the ways to establish their social status and they can manipulate the great power over values to spurn away the "improper" people, things or objects. When someone begins to command more food resources than others do, food becomes one of the measures to distinguish social classes and to estimate social status.People in the early period are demarcated civilized or not by whether they ate row foods or cooked foods. Later we reckoned people's fortune according to the quantity of food they prepared and their appetites and figure. Later on, we do that according to the preciousness of food material, the fineness of food quality, the taste and the color and so on. The status of guests, their words and deeds, the dinnerware, the ornament in the dinning room, and even the entertainment will undoubtedly reveal the taste of the host. A repast becomes a real banquet of senses.Besides, our taste may vary for time and spatial differences, while universal conceptions are also possible to be achieved. The French gastronomy, commanded of state, is worthy of our study.
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