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Table 1 Research participants’ demographic information

From: Home food making, belonging, and identity negotiation in Belgian Taiwanese immigrant women’s everyday food practices

Code Age Year of migration Family members Place of residence
P1 52 2000 Belgian husband, one son Antwerp
P2 35 2014 Belgian husband Brussels
P3 70 1974 Taiwanese husband, two sons, and one grandchild Liège
P4 45 2001 Belgian husband Brussels
P5 48 1998 Belgian husband, two sons, and one daughter Namur
P6 74 1968 Husband deceased, one daughter, and one grandchild Brussels
P7 34 2015 Belgian partner Brussels
P8 31 2016 Belgian partner Louvain-la-Neuve
P9 50 2015 Belgian husband, one daughter Brussels
P10 38 2014 Belgian husband, one son Bruges
P11 28 2016 Belgian boyfriend Antwerp
P12 57 1995 Belgian husband, two sons Brussels
P13 36 2014 Belgian husband, three sons Ghent
P14 53 1986 Chinese husband, one son, and one daughter Leuven
P15 38 2011 Belgian husband, one daughter Mol
P16 29 2017 Belgian boyfriend Brussels
P17 45 2008 Belgian husband and two daughters Leuven
  1. Note: “P” denotes the word “participant,” and the number refers to the sequence during the interview process, i.e., “P1” refers to the first research participant interviewed by the authors
  2. Source: This study