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Lecture Questions:  Food, Culture & Religion 1. What was written about food and eating by anthropologists more than a century ago dealt  mostly with what? --feasts and sacrifices 2. Eating can excite deep ambivalence in people because… --they think it’s animalistic 3. What is  food ? --any substance that provides nutrients necessary to maintain life and growth when  ingested 4. What is the difference between feeding and eating? --people eat; animals feed --humans create rules and standards on who, where, when, how food is used --people use food; animals just need it to survive, most basic primal instinct 5. What does ‘food habits’ mean? --the way in which humans use food (how it is selected and obtained; who prepares it,  serves it, eats it) 6. What is meant by the term “Etiquette”? --a code that governs the expectation of social behavior 7. Etiquette evolves within ___. --culture 8. The basic rule to setting a table is… --utensils are placed in order of use, from the outside in --forks go on the left of the plate; knives and spoons go on the right 9. When eating, most Americans use what is sometimes called the ‘zigzag’ method.  What is 
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