In general, food can just be described as what people eat to give them good health and energy. Food has many sources in the body and also it varies from what people eat with time to show how healthy they are. Talking of people who eats foods, or animals that eat foods, we now classify food into different types and sorts. Many living organisms have to feed on their types of food they want and that is why different types of food are around the world. The food sometimes varies according to their taste, culture, and also health purposes.
Nowadays, due to worldwide globalization, people have a chance to try food that is rather common for another culture or social group. Nevertheless, most people prefer to come back to food that was ethnically common for their nation since the past hundreds years. It is what we can define as totem food and drink. Super said that also, food is an imperative part of religious adherence for numerous different faiths, comprising Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism and Hinduism. (Super, 2002). Many religion groups include food adherences as an energetic portion of their faith. If you are showing kindness to people from different families, you need to always serve a collection of vegetarian and meat diets on distinct trays. A selection of non-alcoholic drinks has to also be offered to the people so as to know which ones they prefer to take or not. As a matter of fact, this means that many foods have to be presented so as to satisfy the needs of others.
Every nation has its own type of food that is common for them and has a special meaning. In Asia, rice was first farm in the district of the Yangtze River valley. The great amount of wild rice phytoliths at the Diaotonghuan level seeing from 12,000-11,000 BP specifies that wild rice gathering was part of the native resources of existence. Variations in the morphology of Diaotonghuanphytoliths seeing from 10,000-8,000 BP display that rice had by this period been domesticated. Shortly then the two main diversities of indicia and Japonica rice were being developed in Central China. For instance the Chinese consider rice their special national food. They know many different ways of preparing rice, and rice was popular in China.
Still talking about rice as a totem food, it is observed that in Africa, it has been cultivated for 3500 years in the period between 1500 BC and 800 BC; it is never grown far from its inventive region. However, its cultivation was even declined in favor of the Asian classes, conceivably conveyed to the African region by the Arabs approaching from the east coast in the middle of the 6th and 11th centuries CE.