- Homemade queso + chips.
- Popcorn. …
- Eggs on or with toast.
- Omelet – very accommodating to whatever you might have in the fridge!
- Grilled cheese and soup. …
- Cereal. …
- One skillet meals like rice, chicken and veggies.
- Pesto pasta.
WHAT TO EAT WHEN NOTHING SOUNDS GOOD— and should you eat when you’re not hungry? | Edukale
8 Practical Tips on What to Eat When Nothing Sounds Good – Hasty Reader
This may seem like an overly complicated way to say the obvious, but the point is that if you can’t decide on what to eat, then settle for something that is at least decent. After a while, your biology will work its magic and convince you that the meal may not be so bad after all.
As it turns out, the science on this one is pretty solid. A careful analysis of multiple studies has shown that humans can learn to enjoy a particular meal once they start eating it, even if they weren’t very eager in the beginning. The only condition is for the food be at least acceptable in terms of taste (and to a lesser extent, smell and appearance).
Go out and eat with a friend or loved one. Use that cool new set of plates, open a bottle of wine and have a romantic candle lit dinner. Eat breakfast food for dinner, and dinner food for breakfast. Make a food package and go out on a picnic at the nearby park.
Fibers are roughly as filling as protein. Fibers make you feel full by increasing the volume of the food you eat, while keeping the calorie count the same. This is the reason why 2.2 lbs / 1kg of whole apples have roughly the same calories as 3.5 ounces / 100 grams of chocolate – around 500 calories.
During the Middle Ages, spices in Europe were so expensive only the extremely rich could afford them. Back then, people had very limited options to flavor their food, and nearly every single meal was bland and tasteless. As a result, people were so desperate for their food to have some sort of taste, they paid top money for spices.