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Caviar in the Backseat of a Car

Sapience Series:

There is an intriguing interplay between the setting of the meal and our willingness to enjoy it.  One dish, when served in an upscale restaurant, will command far more attention than it will when you have it as a leftover for lunch...


Categorical Eating

You’ve heard of the “clean plate club.” Some of us grow up with moralizing parents who instill an eating ethic of wasting no food. But there’s more to this than just cultural programming. The “clean plate” syndrome, at least in part,...


Mindful, Not Mouthful

Mindful-not-mouthful approach to eating aims to override the old habit of "if eat - then be mindless" by a new, more adaptive habit of "if eat - then be mindful." In a manner of speaking, the mindful-not-mouthful approach to eating aims to automate mindfulness....