Faced with a choice

A friend suggests that the languages and cultures of the Italians and the French differ in how they make choices.

Faced with a choice, the French choose more. More ornamentation. More ingredients. More twirls, more accentuation.

The Italians, choose less. Fewer ingredients. Paring down. Removing everything until one tomato and a sprig of basil is left.

Faced with a choice, do you choose more, or less?

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