The Health Advocate

by Hannah Whittenly, The Health Advocate

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Embarking on hearty food adventures can leave your taste buds overwhelmed. You’ll find it difficult to figure out what you’re craving because your tongue isn’t really desiring to taste anything specific. This is when you know you have foodie fatigue. Don’t despair. There are foods you can still enjoy for every meal of the day while giving your taste buds time to recover.

Soup is a great meal choice for when your taste buds need a rest. Although commonly associated with times of illness or discomfort, soup actually boasts a myriad of benefits outside of being a remedy for illness. Soup is delightfully filling due to its high water content but is also not overwhelming on your palate. The flavor of soup can be altered easily with the addition of mild spices, such as salt and pepper, to suit it to your particular needs. Meat, vegetables, pasta, and bread can all be added to soup to make it a versatile yet mild-flavored meal for foodies who need a break.

When you hear someone mention eating a sandwich for lunch, you may immediately picture a thin sandwich with peanut butter and jelly. Sandwiches sometimes have a reputation for being meager in both size and satisfaction. This is entirely inaccurate. When you’ve bombarded your taste buds to the point of fatigue, a sandwich shop should be one of your top choices. Sandwich shops specialize in taking simple meal ideas and crafting them into a convenient sandwich. Sandwiches are typically light in spices and oil so that your taste buds aren’t overworked by intense flavors.

Salads are not a beloved dish for every person, but if your taste buds are worn out then a salad can provide the culinary reprieve that your tongue desperately needs. Salads don’t have to be the typical vegetable melody commonly advertised. A fruit salad is also a viable option. Fruit salads consist of various types of fruit with a dollop of sweet cream on top or a light drizzling of honey. If a sweet salad is too much for your palate, a comfortable vegetable salad full of nutritious vegetables with a light vinaigrette salad dressing will suit your needs perfectly.

When choosing the best food to eat during your foodie fatigue condition, always look for options that have minimal spices, sauces, and garnishments. It also would be wise to choose foods that are cooked in a healthy way, such as by being baked or grilled. These cooking methods add a gentle, savory flavor to the food while minimizing the need for spices.

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