Eating Round Starts with Shopping
The produce department and your local farmer’s market are lush resources for fresh Round fruits and vegetables. They are where you should get at least half the food you eat. Finding these foods is so easy a kindergartner could do it.
Follow the Round Rule
Next time you go shopping, only buy food that nature grew in a Round shape, like tomatoes and eggs, or food that can be sliced into circles from its natural grown shape like bananas and cucumbers.
You can follow the example below or buy other Round foods as long as you keep with the Round Rule.
Example of Round Food to Buy
Apples. oranges, blueberries, grapes, kiwis, melons, lettuce, bell peppers, onions, garlic, cabbage, mushrooms, a whole chicken, potatoes, nuts, eggs and a bottle of wine made from Round grapes.
When you get home, unpack it and take a look at how healthy, fresh and delicious it all looks.
Example of What to Prepare
Make a fruit salad, a dinner salad, roast vegetables and a chicken with garlic and mushrooms. Use any recipe you like, such as one online, but you can’t add any other ingredients except for olive oil, spice, herbs, plain yogurt and soy sauce.
Plate Round Food
Find your boldest plates and silverware and plate each dish with Roundness in mind…meaning slice the food so it maintains its Round shape like cutting cucumber into circles.
Eat Round Food
Serve to your family and friends. Decorate the table with fresh fruit like lemons and limes.