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HOW DOES GEOGRAPHY, RELIGION, AND CULTURE EFFECT FOOD IN FRA

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How does religion affect food in France?
~Well on Fridays they eat fish its apart of there costumes .
~ Halal meat and they have no pork products That means no bacon :(
~There is practice of jews so there are jewish traditions .
~ With the exception of pork meat which is taboo .They are like the rest of the nation .
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http://www.foodbycountry.com/Algeria-to-France/France.html#b#ixzz2lC4T6vVS
~Yahoo answers
~ Culture of french food-lovetoknow
How does geography affect foods in France ?
How does culture affect food in France ?
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~Well everywhere around the world people eat food . In France they eat more fish because the are closer to the water.
~Did you know that in France they have a lot of fresh fertile soil . They have the best grapes that they use to make the best wines .
~ The baguette ,a long thin loaf of crusty bread is the most important part of any french meal. Every one at the table is expected to have a piece .

Flambé--to cook or finish something by pouring alcohol over it and then lighting it on fire.
Sauté--cooking something in fat, over high heat
Emulsion--an emulsion means that you have a lot of fat distributed evenly through a mixture. (An example in mayonnaise.)
Julienne--if you julienne vegetables properly, they will be as thin as match sticks .
These are just some of the traditions that they use to make food
By Kassandra Ouderkirk
Did you know that every region of France has its own kind of wine and bread .There are like 400 different types of cheeses all classified by the type of milk they are made with (cow, goat, or ewe)they are all made in France
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