Some Novel Approaches to Food

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"Franz Kafka believed in chewing food 100 times per minute. In 1912, he called himself 'the thinnest person I have ever known.' As a young adult, Victor Hugo would eat half an ox in one sitting — and then fast for three days." —Also, Gertrude Stein was afraid of coffee, Nora Ephron adored Krispy Kreme, and more strange writer food proclivities, from A to Z. [Awl]