[...] If you’ve ever studied psychology or sociology, you’re probably familiar with Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, which describe the basic human needs that must be met before we can be concerned with other things. For example, you need to have enough immediate food, water, and shelter to survive in the short-term, before you can begin to worry about how to provide for yourself or others in the long-term. Ellyn Satter applied Maslow’s concept to food and hunger, and created a Hierarchy of Food Needs. [...]
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