The spread of the sauce has become the tartine that the French often say, and it is so simple to match it with a drink. Of course, the trend of brunch has also affected the breakfast meals of the general French on holidays, but generally speaking, the daily breakfast is so simple, and there will be no "salty food". After listening to the explanation of the students, I looked at the instructor who was quite accustomed to Chinese breakfast due to the long-term travel between China and France. He also took out a bag specially brought from France that can make pure black coffee.
He said, "In case the job email list hotel doesn't have pure black coffee and only has three-in-one coffee powder, I will bring my own black coffee bag!" At that time, the most shocking thing to me was the fact that except for Taiwanese who often go abroad, they would always take the black coffee. Putting instant noodles in the luggage, it turns out that the French would take Madeleine abroad. Sure enough, it is the national snack of France! On the same day, I also followed this discovery and asked the Chinese students of Wuhan University, if they went abroad, what food would they bring with them? Breakfast and Food Anthropology What to eat for breakfast is related to the dietary rules mentioned in dietary anthropology.
French dietary anthropologist and sociologist Claude Fischler pointed out that different social cultures have different dietary rules, which can be divided into internal (intrinsèque) and external (extrinsèque). The inner rules are related to the content of the meal. For example, croissants are eaten for breakfast for the French. If they appear at dinner, they will be puzzled by the French. On the contrary, pasta and onion soup appear in the breakfast menu, which is not in line with the dietary rules for the French. In addition, such as meal structure is also included in the rules, such as Chinese diet usually consists of a combination of rice and vegetables. The external rules are related to the meal time of different meals and the number of meals in a day.