Michale Pollan in Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual says you can eat anything, as long as you make it.
There is no junk food.
Which is a wonderful philosophy in my mind, because it makes all foods available to you as long as you’re willing to do the work.
Such a simple idea, but profound in this modern age of instant coffee, drive through restaurants and grab and go foods.
Don’t get me started about microwaves.
But for thousands of years, our species had to gather and prepare food whenever we wanted to eat.
We had to put in a lot of effort for the reward of something tasty.
Our modern food processing is actually the cause of our modern health concerns.
We all know that we need to eat enough to be able to move about, think straight and grow.
But do we really need to eat 1000 calories mindlessly?