Would you change what you eat if you won lotto?
I’m sure we would all go out to restaurants more often, but overall, would you plan to eat differently? Fine steaks, more fresh seafood, sashimi, oysters, lobster?
And once you settled into your new life, what would you want your food lifestyle to look like?
Family meals together? Having friends over more often? Memorable Sunday meals?
The one thing you hear from people that travel a lot, is that they just want to get home to their bed and enjoy some home-cooked meals.
The interesting thing is, that the secret to enjoying good food, is as much about what you know as it is about what you can afford. In fact, the less you know about food, the more expensive it becomes.
According to research, we each throw away $18.56 of what we buy each week, because we let it fade in the fridge, or we bin what is left in the pan or on our plates. Young people and families with children are likely to waste the most.
Another additional cost is when we pay three or four times the price of ingredients for home delivery, because we struggle with a plan or process to put good food in our pantry, fridge, or freezer – and then get it to the table.
You don’t need to win lotto to enjoy good food. It is not even about how good a cook you are. The fact is, the more you know about food the cheaper and easier it becomes.
Everyone’s food lifestyle is unique.
The Food Lifestyle Survey is a FREE tool to map the key drivers that frame your food relationships.
- What your food lifestyle really looks like
- How much the food you like should really cost you
- How you can both save money and eat better quality food on the same budget
- How knowing the rhythm of your week makes your food more convenient
- Why recipes are the last place you should start
- Where to start to create your food lifestyle