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Does expensive food really tastes better than cheap food?

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Does expensive food really tastes better than cheap food?
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>generalizations made by nobody, ever
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Yes, thanks to the placebo effect
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it's true when it comes to meat.

expensive cuts are expensive because they're in high-demand due to tastiness.
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Stands to reason that good tasting food takes more time and effort to produce, and thus more money.
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post-purchase rationalization
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>>7122257

That's why the least tasty part of the chicken is the most expensive, right?
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>>7122263
It's lean that's why, fat tastes good, get the thighs.
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>>7122257
>expensive cuts are expensive because they're in high-demand due to tastiness.
Confirmed to not know shit about shit
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>>7122278
The thighs are marginally more calorie dense
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>>7122247
Not always dumbtard. But can happens sometimes
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>>7122247
Sometimes it tastes really unlike anything else, but not necessarily better. Its just refreshing to taste something thats different.
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Depends..

Meat: Almost always.

Veggies: If price is tied to freshness, yes, if tied to how much poison it was grown in, no.

Spices: Sometimes (cheaper dried spices tend to have more stalk/filler).

Restaurant food: Depends greatly on the place. Cost of meal is usually a mixture of actual food / skill used to prepare it and other non-food related stuff (fancier shit, snootier waiters, whatever). Generally pricier places have better food, but there is certainly a point of diminishing return.
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