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Mireille Guiliano

“Ever since that day in Chicago, whenever I see such scenes, I think of a quote by Billat-Savarin, the eighteenth-century 'modern' gastronome, well known for his writings and meditations on the physiology of taste and for his famous dictum 'We are what we eat.' But he also wrote even more revealingly: 'The destiny of a nation depends on how it feeds itself.”


Mireille Guiliano, French Women for All Seasons: A Year of Secrets, Recipes, and Pleasure
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