In a strange way, with mother's milk. To forget your native language, it's not enough to move to another country and stop communicating in it, you must also start eating the food of this country, excluding the rest.
All my life I thought that the song "You can dance, you can die" is sung in the song ABBA - Dancing Queen.
No, nothing bothered me.
And that sounds quite logical and even vital.
The planet Venus is responsible for food. What zodiac sign is Venus in? If you don't know, here you can calculate astro-online.ru, and, having calculated, here you can see blogspot.ru's interpretation of what you prefer in food and whether it matches your taste.
I will try to answer this question from the standpoint of the formation of conditioned reflexes according to Pavlov. Ivan Petrovich Pavlov singled out the manifestation of unconditioned and conditioned reflexes in a person's behavioral reaction. Unconditioned are innate reflexes given to us by Mother Nature or God (depending on your worldview). Conditional, or acquired, are formed at the moment of birth and until the end of life. So, if your wife does not have a talent for cooking borscht, and she often oversalts it, then you will most likely have an aversion to her cooking. The fact is that very salty food is perceived by the brain as potentially dangerous, and in this case, a protective unconditioned reflex is triggered. The same mechanism occurs when you eat food that tastes like bitterness. Here the reflex manifests itself in the form of an emetic reaction. The very first product that newborns eat is mother's milk, which appears to be the benchmark for taste preference as it is enhanced by the sweet taste of milk (due to its lactose content) and the enjoyment of sucking. Recent research has shown that mother's milk contains beta-endorphins, which additionally affect the child's pleasure center. The next stage in the formation of taste preferences is the family diet. Those products that the child used in the family circle will evoke pleasant associations. Whether it is home cooking or going to McDonald's. For example, remember the cartoon "Ratatouille", where the taster recalls his childhood when he tasted a dish concocted by baby Remy. Trying to understand why we have cravings for salty, sweet, and spicy foods. Rather, the answer lies in human physiology, namely the concentrations of sodium chloride and glucose salts in the blood. To maintain these constants, a person needs to consume carbohydrates and mineral salts. This is most likely why in ancient times people settled near the sources of salt and cereals. Spices add a spice to the sensation of food, as they excite many receptors on the tongue, stimulate the digestive system and the brain's pleasure center.