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Energypedia - Cooking Around the World
Around the world humans prepare many different types of food in many different ways. 95% of staple foods, need to be cooked before they can be eaten. There is even the theory from Richard Wrangham which says that the human as species can just survive with cooking. Cooking can be a hobby, cultivated with passion in a modern kitchen. Unfortunately this is generally true just for a privileged minority, with access to modern cooking fuels and appliances. For the majority cooking is an often dangerous chore on open fire in small huts. Over 3 billion people eat food prepared on open fires and traditional cookstoves. Mostly inside, because for very practical reasons people usually do not cook outside: During the dry seasons it’s too hot outside. There are also deep-seated social reasons why people don’t cook outdoors: What people eat reflects their social status and people can be very sensitive about their neighbors’ views of their status.