The Red Wine Diet
After a wife's death a man may talk to his horse with a great tenderness as if, just this morning, he had tried on her pink slipper. And if he has no horse he may crack his window a little wider when it lightly rains to confirm the roofs and trees are made of paper. If there is no rain he may make himself a meal at midnight, sweet artichokes and Danish cheese, a glass of red wine. If there is no red, then white. He may suck the knife clean with his tongue. Later
Our mortal life and death, our health and sickness, are bound up with what we eat and drink. If the gods are exempt from death and disease, it is because they are nourished by special aliments not available to us. That they do not eat or drink human food is stated explicitly in Greek and Indian texts. 'For they do not eat cereals, they do not drink red wine that is why they are without blood, and known as the Deathless Ones' (Il. 5. 341 f.). 'The gods, of course, neither eat nor drink. They become sated by just looking at this nectar' (Chandogya Upanisad 3. 6. 1, trs. P. Olivelle). The doctrine is partially preserved in the Edda 'on wine alone the weapon-lord Odin ever lives' (Grimnismal 19) 'he needs no food wine is to him both drink and meat' (Gylf. 38).
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