One Meal Does Not Fit All
In most families, one person’s taste dominates. Almost always, meals are sampled first by the person who is preparing the food. Or the partners, over time, adapt and adopt some sort of neutral taste. As new members grow to become adults, the foods expand in quantity, but the items on the family menu remain the same.
Since our taste buds change every fortnight, we are all in different stages of tongue recovery, but there we are at the dinner table, wrapping our tongues around what every other person is eating and drinking. When it comes to food, there’s absolutely no such thing as one for all. Every meal must be designed for an individual’s needs for each to develop to their fullest potential.
Let me state the obvious, we are all so different in composition.