, geografo cultural: su obra, traducido por Francesc Nadal i Pique.
(48.) Heeschen C, Dimmeler S, Fichtlscherer S, Hamm CW, Berger J, Simoons
ML, et al.
Not only are they wide-ranging in their choice of foods, but concern with the excellence of food is found in all segments of society and is reflected in the common greeting "Have you eaten already?" Indeed some have noted that food is not only a common topic of conversation, but often the dominant one" (Simoons
, Food in China: A Cultural and Historic Perspective (Caldwell, N.J.: The Telford Press), 218.
Besides this biological heritage, food preferences, avoidances and taboos may be the result of sociocultural and economic relations within a social framework (Grivetti, 1978; Simoons
, 1978; Walker, 1995; MacBeth and Lawry, 1997).
3-11, 297-325; Goody 10-39 and esp 17-33; Douglas, "Standard Social Uses of Food: Introduction," passim, in Douglas 1984.
According to scholar Frederick Simoons
, author of the classic Eat Not This Flesh, the people of the Egyptian city Cynopolis long ago fought a civil war against their neighbors from Oxyrhynchus.
, who chaired GUSTO-IV-ACS and also served as vice chair of the task force that created the new guidelines.
Citations for the preceding indented quotations: Trinity County: Bartlett [1940, 190, 199, 205]; Shasta County: Colby [1982, 60]; Lake County: Simoons
[1953, 364]; Santa Clara County: Foote [1888, 121]; Kern County: Morgan [1914, 65]; Santa Barbara County: Mason [1883, 135]; San Joaquin County: San Joaquin Co.
 Oliver MF, de Feyter PJ, Lubsen JI, Pocock S, Simoons
M, for the MAAS Study Group.
Rivero-Ayerza M, Theuns DA, Garcia-Garcia HM, Boersma E, Simoons
M, Jordaens LJ.