Everything started with the existence of humanity. In an effort to survive, the food was eaten raw. Fire was found, cooking methods were developed. New tastes began to be sought, and food was eaten not only for satiety but also for pleasure. Sometimes it was forbidden, sometimes it was considered sacred. Dedicated to the gods. Wars were fought for it. While trying to eat for a living, food turned into an element of pleasure. It was born, grew and developed by embracing a culture.
This book presents the nutritional adventure of humanity on the basis of culture, from prehistoric times to the present, and presents to the reader how the food culture of humanity will change by making predictions about the future. This book, which deals with food culture as a means of social integration, is a basic resource that appeals to Gastronomy and Culinary Arts students, gastronomy enthusiasts, and readers who want to get to know food culture in all its aspects.