There is a fine line between nutrition and gluttony.
Do you live to eat? Or eat to live?
It’s not a funny emotional quirk to say you live to eat. It’s a sad, subconscious admission that you’re a slave to your taste buds. That meal time for you has been desecrated into a session of dopamine extraction. Where you fill your mouth with whatever feels good in the moment, neglecting the one true purpose of food — nourishment.
Food is, and will always be fuel. The satisfaction you get from this paradigm is felt in every area of life. Outputs are decided by their inputs.
Once you’re used to it, it’s very difficult to go back. You’re not tempted by freaky food. You don’t want soybean chips. You hate frankenstein corn milkshakes. You can’t stand these abominations. You’d rather starve than put anything of that nature in your system. You treat your body like a temple.
All you crave for is food that makes your brain run with the precision and firepower of a Ferrari. You want to feel the vitality of your food in every cell of your being. You want to feel alive. Nutrition that pushes the needle.
It’s sad how gluttony is a normalized sin in 2023. It’s not just the morbidly obese that’s affected. Some would run a thousand miles just to indulge in nasty microplastic cheese burgers that give you a mouth orgasm. Being a slave to your tastebuds is a sad existence.
Here at the WARKITCHEN we eat to live. While we understand the primary function of food, we seek to enjoy the experience of mealtime itself in the truest fashion. To dine alfresco. To eat with family. To curate the finest ingredients that we can. This is True Nourishment!