What are some French beliefs and customs?

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The French people have different beliefs and customs in relation with their lifestyles, cuisine, family values, relationships and etiquette. Their beliefs and customs include; the handshake is a common form of greeting; food is their great passion and wine and cheese are sources of national pride and reflect regional differences; table manners are essential and the fork is held in the left hand while the knife in the right while eating; beheading bottles of champagne is tradition that is popular at weddings; holding a puppet show on Christmas eve is very common; dressing style is understated and stylish.
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That snails should be eaten and that frogs should be legless. (no only joking they have the same as us
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