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Patricia Unterman takes her show to Osaka, Japan and has a harsh return to the Bay: "At home, food suddenly tasted too sweet, salty and sour. I realized that I had been eating a mid-range palate of flavors with very little oil and fat, and drinking a wine, sake, whose highest attributes are balance, smoothness and a delicate aroma evocative of pure water. In comparison, Western food and drink felt like a sensual assault." [Examiner]

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