gastrosophy

gastrosophy

(ɡæsˈtrɒsəfɪ)
n
(Cookery) the science or art of good eating
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83-110), analyses Grimod de la Reyniere's work, Fourier's curious gastrosophy, and Balzac's gastrolatry.
Such proto-paranoiacs of processed white flour were known at the time as gastrosophists, and to this new brand of sage the stomach was nothing less than the "central organ and sovereign of life." "The science of gastrosophy," Marx Edgeworth Lazarus asserted in 1852,
Such a harmony between outer "food choices" and "inner nourishment" is essential to American gastrosophy. If all this sounds like a hokey rip-off of the sublime harmonic convergences of American Transcendentalism, that's because it is.