Margaret Visser Quotes

Top 8 wise famous quotes and sayings by Margaret Visser

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Margaret Visser quotes: Bread is for us a kind of successor to the motherly breast, and it has been over the centuries responsible for billions of sighs of satisfaction. Bread is for us a kind of successor to the motherly breast, and it has been over the centuries responsible for billions of sighs of satisfaction.
Margaret Visser quotes: Salt is the policeman of taste: it keeps the various flavors of a dish in order and restrains the stronger from tyrannizing over the weaker. Salt is the policeman of taste: it keeps the various flavors of a dish in order and restrains the stronger from tyrannizing over the weaker.
Margaret Visser quotes: We use eating as a medium for social relationships: satisfaction of the most individual of needs becomes a means of creating community. We use eating as a medium for social relationships: satisfaction of the most individual of needs becomes a means of creating community.
Margaret Visser quotes: Salt represents the civilized: it requires know-how to get it, and a sophisticated combination of cooking and spoilt, jaded appetites to need it. Salt represents the civilized: it requires know-how to get it, and a sophisticated combination of cooking and spoilt, jaded appetites to need it.
Margaret Visser quotes: Food is never just something to eat. Food is never just something to eat.