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Drizzle some soy sauce for taste and bon apetit or as they say in japanese "itadakimasu"
Indeed, "itadakimasu" expresses precisely what he is trying to get at with his editted Psalm.
I, however, think it would be best to say no itadakimasu to this one.
Old Meanie sat down in a huff next to me and picked up her chopsticks and began to eat without saying the customary grace, “itadakimasu.”
•Before a meal, it’s polite to say “itadakimasu” ee-TAH-dah-kee-MAHSS, which means “thanks to the hostess or cook.”
It’s rude to eat before Madame Oima has said ‘itadakimasu’ and taken the first bite of food.