I agreed with the description given. Our 'Kia Su' attitude (afraid of losing) reveals the ugly side of ourselves. Piling up Himalaya Mountain on our plates, but only consumes the size of ant portion, discard the whole plate which is enormously sufficient to provide 30 days food for a famine child.
Next round, if you are planning for a buffet feast, please consider the following suggestion:-
1. Preliminary Tour - scouting around every section, plan and make the best choices. Do not just go and grab food blindly
2. Food Tasting – take minimal portion, teaspoon or bit size portion, and possibly try all the items
- Soup - take only a couple of tablespoons instead of full bowl
- Cut portions into small piece, nothing wrong to leave half portion for others
- Do not afraid to ask the food server for a tiny slice “just to taste it”
3. Enjoy your selected Food – finally, you have tasted everything, and you should be able to identify the food that you like most, you can now go for a little bigger portion and enjoy the great meal
4. Desert - Ditto and follow step 1 ~ 3
Hope all of us remember when returning to buffet table, get rid of the overeating and wastage habits.