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numbers | Gastronomies of Scale 15 March 2008

Posted by EDITOR in Economics, Sociology.
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Percent change in the average amount of food a person will consume when eating with one other person: +35%

… with four other people: +75%
… with seven other people: +96%

source: Brian Wansink, Cornell University

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1. skarim - 16 March 2008

assalam alaykum –

subhan’Allah, i now have a totally new appreciation as to why there is barakah in eating with others . . .

jazak’Allah khair for sharing this.

-s.

2. hafidha sofia - 16 March 2008

Is that good? Bad?


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