do u think your mood can affect the taste of the food you cook

Saudi Arabia
November 11, 2007 3:10pm CST
there's an old belief that they way you feel when you are cooking comes through int he taste of the food. For example, if you are surly and unhappy at having to cook then the food will not taste that good even if you follow the recipe to a tee. If you cook your food lovingly for your family friends etc..then the taste is amazing ...do you think this is true..I think it is from my own experience what do you think? I ve seen ppl cook all their lives follow recipes perfectly and make a big deal out of it ..and they loathe ot cook..and the food always tastes either bland or bad, and other people who do cook graciously, with sense of love to those who rely on them for food ..their food always tastes great no matter what it is any body have a similar experience
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@sherrir101 (3673)
• Malinta, Ohio
13 Nov 07
I believe this to be true, somewhat. If I am in a bad mood, the whole world knows it and that is probably why my food is not any good. When I am in a good mood, everyone knows that also, and it does show in my food. I take more time when I am in a good mood. I probably relax more and it causes the peoople around me to be more receptive, to my meal.
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