What I see this week in my Wallons Gourmands report, would we get into the crisps mystery? Of course, this is not about the recipe, but about that fierce desire that takes over your body when you swallow the chip. Do you understand what I am talking about? This demonic taste, which is commonly referred to as “return to it.”
Don’t laugh, this is very serious. A researcher from Amsterdam asked a question and, not wanting to spoil you, explains, in particular, three words: salt, fat and sugar. All mixed with our brains and crispy chips…
But I’m wondering, Ms. Researcher… This little taste of a return to this, I meet it not only in a bag of chips. From olives to sausages and carrots. From shrimp to squid and mussels. Chicken, fish and veal… Continue, okay?
So I also started researching to better understand. And I found the answer to the letter G in the dictionary. Like “greedy”: is this a serious doctor?
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