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The Taste of Food

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dirtloot
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11:50 am, Dec 3 2013
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Ok... Something just threw me off in this story.
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If I am not wrong, I believe that all food taste like nothing correct? Food bought in the market or made through cooking skills. It would not have taste unless it is cooked manually with high cooking level. But then later in the novel, food provided by the nobles actually have taste?(Volume 3) How did that happened?


Kaitentsuki
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12:11 pm, Dec 3 2013
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Well haven't read the novel but were they maybe people of the land?

dirtloot
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12:23 pm, Dec 3 2013
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Yeah, I thought "people of the land" food were tasteless

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Nevermind. I just read that because of the changes brought upon by the new methods of cooking from the Adventurers, cooking has been revolutionized in the Elder Tale World.


Kaitentsuki
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I was more thinking that if it was cooked in their homes instead of just wares they sold in shops it had taste.

dirtloot
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12:38 pm, Dec 3 2013
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That, my friend, I do not know.

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