Cultivate an appetite through rigorous exercise of the organs of speech.
Grow root vegetables and, if possible, talons.
Salivation is important, but in most cases it will not be necessary to consume the saliva of other creatures, e.g. in the form of Aerodramus swiftlet nests.
Go to the ocean—primal eater—and watch how it wags its tongue.
Make sure the bread and the soup are singing in the same key.
Beware of the sea cucumber, which turns itself inside-out to avoid becoming a meal.
The best food is the most obvious: a fan never runs out of air to chew.
If the meat is rotten, eat the maggots.
Forks to the left, spoons to the right and a steak knife’s macron over the dish’s O.
Oxidation is too unpredictable. Use gastric acid and fermentation.
Set an extra place at your table for the anthropologist with the most delectable buttocks.