It's easy to answer unless you are senile.
But when we use the phrase with foreign people, it becomes far more difficult to answer the question.
Of course we remember what we ate and know the name of food.
But we eat different things if we live different places.
Recently I want to say "I ate Korokke.". That's all if conversational partner was also a Japanese.
"Korokke" is a Japanese food that is made by mixing cooked chopped meat, seafood, or vegetables with mashed potato or white sauce, rolling it in wheat flour, eggs, and breadcrumbs, then deep frying this until brown on the outside.
Honestly said, I copied and pasted this sentence from wikipedia article. :P
It's almost impossible to say the sentence it impromptu, even if I speak in my native language.(Needless to say, if I speak in English)
Besides even if I can explain like this, the partner can not imagine how is like Korokke accurately.
The most effective way to explain a food is make him it eat.
And that is the only way, I think.
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"What have you eaten today?" It's easy to answer unless you are senile. But when we use the phrase with foreign people, it becomes far more difficult to answer the question. Of course we remember what we ate and know the name of food. But we eat different things if we live different places.