U.S. Olympians ate unfamiliar food while in Sochi, Russia, the past two weeks, reminding Food4Patriots how important familiarity is when it comes to the food people should be stockpiling for emergencies.
Nashville, Tenn., United States / February 25th, 2014 / U.S. Olympians and their fans found the food in Sochi, Russia, to be unfamiliar the past two weeks. According to a recent article in the Detroit Free Press (http://www.freep.com/article/20140208/SPORTS17/302080060/jeff-seidel-sochi-postcard-olympics), among the food choices at the ice skating area were cabbage coulibiac, salmon and cream cheese bagel, and a meat coulibiac.
Adding to the culture shock, “fast food” at the Olympic venue concession stands was made in front of those who ordered, so there was usually a wait time. The food in the athletes’ cafeteria wasn’t all that familiar either, as U.S. bobsled star Lolo Jones lamented in a recent, well-publicized video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Fm11THszZc).
Shouldn’t U.S. Olympic athletes be eating food that is more familiar during two extremely important weeks of their lives? Is it possible that this unfamiliar food negatively affected some of their performances?
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