Tiny house, tiny food.
The source of this: I’ve been concerned about my weight, and for a while I got into a world of sushi, sliders, and other forms of small food befitting of a ’tiny’ lifestyle.
There’s a patience and pacing in making tiny food that is fun, rewarding and not wasteful. Since then, however, I’ve just moved on to one person meals with daily trips to the market. It’s not the most cost effective option in the world, but if I make food in bulk, I’ll eat it all.