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"Food Choices in China, South Korea, and North Kor

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  • 2024-02-25 11:00:28
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China, South Korea and North Korea.For a long time in the past, there were actually the following two choices.1. Eat swill.2. Even in dreams, I want to eat swill but can't.What do you think the situation is? Do you think it’s bark, grass, roots and Guanyin soil that tastes better, or swill?Today, there are a lot of bears, cats, birds and other wild animals rummaging through human garbage baskets. Do you think they think human food waste is more delicious or grass roots and tree bark?Why do you think Koreans don’t eat swill?I have read the memories of Chinese people who opened restaurants in North Korea in the 1990s.At that time, China's food was not very good, but hunger had been relieved, but everyone could not afford to eat and drink.In restaurants run by North Korea, waiters sometimes see some middle-aged North Korean men lying in the sewer behind the hotel. At first I didn’t know what to do, so I went over and asked. As a result, people were immediately alert and left with a face full of self-esteem. Later I realized that these people were fishing for swill.There are many similar memory records in China. Let me name a few.The first is the famous staring food in Beijing in the early 1920s. It is to collect the swill from the restaurant, put it into a big pot, and then reheat it for sale. Every poor Beijinger pays 2 cents, then waits for the lid to be opened, and each person gets one. Everyone was waiting for that moment with their eyes wide open, and as soon as they took out an elbow with some flesh on it that had not been chewed clean! made money!One is that restaurants were opened in 1962. Although they are very expensive, costing more than 300 yuan per table, many families still spend more than 300 yuan because they can finally eat some meat, eggs and meat. There will always be women and children around the hotel. Wait for you to leave and pick up the odds and ends. Although you eat very cleanly, I believe it is definitely different from today's restaurants. At that time, you would try to eat as cleanly as possible. But it's also good to lick the bottom of the plate and chew the fish bones again.There is nothing Japan can do to solve this problem, except to make all the people vegetarian. It is a top-down plan for all people to become vegetarians. Except for the occasional fish, almost all Japanese people have been vegetarians throughout history. Japan's solution also has a huge side effect, that is, Japan is very short. Combined with the bad habit of sitting cross-legged and the lack of protein supplements, the height of Japan is basically a little over 1.5 meters. In fact, few in China, South Korea, and North Korea look down on such a small Japan.Regarding Chinese food, someone once commented that a major feature of Chinese food is that it takes inedible, unpalatable, non-nutritious or inedible food and tries its best to make it edible and deceive people into eating it.I still remember the old man at home saying that in the past, landowners did not dare to eat white rice all year round, and eating white rice was only accidental. If he eats this way, he won't be able to be a landlord for a few days. Empty in one generation. Landlords can only see some meat during the Chinese New Year. In addition, the long-term workers will be given meat and scrambled eggs every once in a while. My own children are so greedy that they look at them and cannot eat, so they give them to long-term workers. It’s not a kindness at all, it’s just a tradition. As the saying goes, never treat Mike badly.I read some novels about the Qing Dynasty, such as the Manchu and Qing Dynasty Trilogy by Eryuehe, which describe how people in the prosperous Jiangnan region of ancient times also ate black rice. They are all 5-year-old rice that is about to go moldy. Because the new rice has to be handed over to the court, transported to Beijing, or used by the military, or stored in the granary, and then the granary will find out 3-year-old and 5-year-old rice and distribute it to you.Since the Song Dynasty, our people have rarely had enough to eat. Especially in the Qing Dynasty, with the nationwide planting of feed crops, such as corn, sweet potatoes, etc., China plummeted from a nation of refined grains such as rice and flour to a nation of coarse grains of livestock. Try eating corn as a staple food. You know how uncomfortable it is.We are definitely in a prosperous time now. At least during the Spring Festival, I found that most areas still have enough food and clothing!

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