Hey so I found out there’s a pretty big market for buying the individual components of the food you eat and them assembling them yourself. For example, instead of having a pre-built salad you can get the lettuce and do some customizations like swapping out the tomatoes for onions or even some options that the salad store wouldn’t have available. And if you want to get rid of the olives the price actually goes down instead of staying the same. Seems healthier too.
I think I’m going to switch to DIY food from now on and I think more people should.
It’s all fun and shiny until another day goes by and you and your partner are playing the “what’s for dinner?” hot potato game and feeling caught off guard that your kids once again need to be fed.
Brings back memories from three years ago, me googling “beige food for the family.”
beige? my daughter would never eat beige. has to be slightly more bland than that
I’m surprised to see this reference from you, or really anyone except @Tiffany
We don’t allow brown food here
That’s called a “salad bar.” They’ve been around for a while.