It was the first food he had ever really noticed

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experience of soup had consisted of “Campbell’s cream of tomato and chicken noodle”. It was the first food he had ever really noticed, enjoyed and remembered enjoying. He later states that he had prepared it thousands of times and it still has a type of magical ring to it. This type of food is important in his life and defends the supports that the selected sentence is in fact the pieces main argument. The next thing that happens in this story that endorses this argument occurs when his family is in Paris. He says that his parents tried to take them to numerous restaurants to try and find something that they liked. His brother and himself kept complaining and griping about the food until their parents finally didn’t take the kids along with them. He
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describes it as a slap in the face and a wake up call that food can be important. “…a challenge to my natural belligerence. By being denied, a door had opened.” Food had become an issue between him and his parents, and that is something that could come as a shock. His parents even left him and his brother in the car for three hours while they went into a restaurant in Vienne to eat. He says, “Things changed. I changed after that.” He was so mad that he decided to be over the top adventurous when it came to food and try to out do everyone. He wanted to eat the most bizarre outrageous foods. This lead to the most significant of all events, eating his first oyster. He was on a boat with his
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