Do u believe that feelings of the person cooking the food influences the taste of the food ?
21 Nov 13
Sounds pretty figurative huh? But we can also see it in a literal manner. See, if you're too angry or hateful or sad or depressed, you might overlook the ingredients and by mistake add too much or too little, because you're thinking of something else... But if you are happy, like you're in love, or you had a new job, or received a paycheck or been in a party blast with your friends, you feel like you can do almost everything in a completely perfect way, you tend to make sure you keep the feeling or spread the love even through the food you prepare... haha. I remember a personal experience before I was in grade school. Apparently, our mom cared for us very well, that even at grade school, I didn't know much about cooking. My mom was returning home from her USA vacation, I was to prepare a spaghetti for her. I didn't really know how to make one (especially the sauce) I had to call my grand mother step by step. But since my happiness for the return of my dearly beloved mother was all that was filling my mind, the spaghetti turned out well. ^_^ So maybe I would believe that it really gets transferred Haha!
• United States
21 Nov 13
A person being angry and upset might cause the food to taste bad because they can't concentrate on cooking properly. You could be cooking for your worse enemy and as long as you're in a good mood, the meal will still come out wonderfully. So, I believe personal feelings of love or hate have nothing to do with it.
• Hangzhou, China
23 Jan 14
I can't agree more,today my mother cooked noddle for me,and because she had something in mind,the noodle is less tasty than before.Therefore after lunch,I had a talk with her,and now she go to sleep.I wish she will feel better after a break,I love my mother.