What’s your favourite food slogan?

What do you think of this slogan? If you had to summarize your approach to food, in this style, what would you say?

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I asked that question on our Facebook page and here’s some of the suggestions readers came up with:

Eat food. As much as you can. Mostly sugar

Cook from scratch. Don’t gorge. Don’t deprive

Eat food, not too much (but be nice even if it’s too much sometimes), and make it memorable every time.

Eat ABUNDANTLY and only plants

Listen to your body. (That’s it.)

Learn to cook. Cook from scratch. Quality not quantity.

1. You can’t fall off if there is no wagon. 2. Eat things that make you feel good.3. Eat for your body 80% of the time and for your soul 20%.

“Don’t eat anything your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food.” and “Eat foods made from ingredients that you can picture in their raw state or growing in nature. “

Leave room for beer.

How about you? What would your food slogan be?


14 thoughts on “What’s your favourite food slogan?

  1. Hmm “Don’t eat anything your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food” strikes me as potentially racist given that our great grandmothers lived in a much less globalized world. Also potentially sexist – why ggm and not ggf?

    1. Yep. There’s lots my grandmother ate that i wouldn’t count as food. Working class, northern England heritage.

      1. right and presumably vice-versa. she wouldn’t have recognized a lot of the Thai, Ethiopean, etc food we take for granted and love as food.

  2. My slogan would be: “Listen to no one who judges you. Listen to no one with a political agenda, Just eat mostly healthy.”

  3. I wrote this in a blog post regarding “Sweets” but it pretty much goes for all of my eating:

    1. Eat only what you really want.

    2. Enjoy (experience it with all senses) what you’re eating.

    3. Don’t judge yourself for eating it.

    4. Stop when you’re full.

    5. Try to keep it real (real ingredients that you know what they are and where they come from).

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