The key to a good habit is that it is something that we learn. We learn how to act and how to eat. The key to a habit is to get us to be willing to try new things.
That’s why we have a wide range of food that we can eat at any time. Sure, we might have a healthy diet that has a lot of carbs and protein but the important thing is to do it on a consistent basis. This is where the idea of a “viable plate count” comes into play. When we’re trying to eat healthy, we want a plate full of what we’re eating to be relatively filling.
So what is it? Well, it’s how much your plate is full. For instance, if you have a plate of vegetables and you are eating two, that’s 2-3 vegetables. So if you don’t eat the vegetables, you might have a plate that is 10-12 vegetables. So if you have a plate of veggies and a plate of veggies with dessert, that’s 4-6 vegetables.
So the plate is the key. When you are filling your plate with what you want to eat that is what you want your plate to be filled with. So if you want to be eating 3 veggie plates and you are eating 4 veggie plates, thats not a good thing in the long run.
So the next time you ask for a plate of veggies, make sure you are getting enough veggies. I’m not really sure if this is a good idea, since most veggies are also high in carbs. In any case, if you are going to eat a lot of veggies, you might as well eat them in quantity.
The way to go about this is to ask for a plate of veggies. Just like in the “sticky” scenario where you want to eat a lot of vegetables, you probably want to eat a lot of veggies. However, if you want to eat a lot of vegetables, you might as well eat a little bit of vegetables.
In the sticky scenario, you want to eat a lot of vegetables and you want to eat them in quantity. In the veggie scenario, you want to eat a lot of veggies and you want to eat them in quantity.
This is the same strategy we’ve used in our Veggie Balsamic Burger recipe. It works because you want to eat a substantial amount of veggies. The trick is to make a lot of veggies, then you’re more likely to eat a lot of them. For example, if you make a veggie burger and then eat it in the morning, you’ll eat a lot of veggies. Plus, you have a veggie burger to eat.
In the vegan route we are making a veggie burger and then eating it in the morning.
With these types of dishes, we’re making veggie burgers, and then eating them in the morning. This makes the idea of “viable plate counts” even more appealing. The whole thing comes down to one thing: quantity. With a lot of veggies, youre more likely to get an adequate amount of protein. With a lot of potatoes it is still worth it to just eat a lot of potatoes.