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Use this tag for questions within the genre of food writing. Food-related blogs and books, cookbooks, scripts for cooking videos, podcasts, or TV, food-related travel writing, restaurant reviews, blogs and websites about food, cooking, or eating. Can also be used for questions focusing on food research and description within fiction.

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Actually a banana is always just a banana. A banana never means anything other than a banana. What can have all those other meanings are your words and your vision of what happens. If you write "bana …
answered Mar 4 by Ville Niemi