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]