Like Water for Chocolate

What does the novel tell us about the domestic life of women?

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Generally women were the cooks and nurturers in the story. Their lives were very connected to food, children, and marriage. It is however women that understand the passion of such institutions, especially food. The men in the novel seem weak to the powers of such passions that women are the keepers of.