The next time you tear open a bag of Ramen noodles for a quick dinner, think about how the food we eat may have changed the way we talk. Writer’s Relief learned that, according to NPR:
Processed foods get blamed for a lot of things. But this week, a group of linguists took it to a whole new level.
…According to the new theory, food influenced language through a complex chain of events.
Read more about the connection between the rise of agriculture and speech from NPR.