Thursday, September 9, 2010

Think like the Japanese

I found this quote in an article:
The ancient Japanese proverb hara hachi bunme says it best: “Stop eating when you are 80% full.” So, while our society glorifies terms like “super-sized” and “all you can eat,” in Japan, foods are eaten slowly and in smaller quantities. Meals are appreciated as much for their excellent taste as they are for their beautiful presentation. 

I'm not sure I'll ever get to this stage in Emma's food preparation, but somewhere close to that is a must! :P   

The idea is: fun, fun, fun.... she won't be able to resist.

On the other hand, I have no intention of doing this:

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