Ada - Food

Food

  • Ada, traditional Kerala delicacy

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    Too much food spoils the appetite, and too much talk becomes worthless.
    Chinese proverb.

    Most vegetarians I ever see looked enough like their food to be classed as cannibals.
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    That food has always been, and will continue to be, the basis for one of our greater snobbisms does not explain the fact that the attitude toward the food choice of others is becoming more and more heatedly exclusive until it may well turn into one of those forms of bigotry against which gallant little committees are constantly planning campaigns in the cause of justice and decency.
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