OUR JUNGLE ∆ EAT IT, DON'T LEAVE IT, AND DEFINITELY DON'T REHEAT IT.
Fun fact: Its toxic to your health to reheat + eat. Leftovers not only hold a very low vibration, but the nutritional profile is only a fraction of what it started as before cooking. ayurveda also lays firm in the detrimental effects reheating leftovers has on our agni (digestive fire). Without strong agni, our energy is non-existent and our stomach might as well be filled with a bag of salt because thats how bloated we feel. you're not fat honey, you just need to eliminate. Of course one way to maintain at least some of the nutrition is to make mostly raw meals. Even then, though, oxidation is a real thing and the second you start to chop, dice, tear, and marinate your plant based provIsions, the enzymes begin breaking down. If you eat mostly cooked meals, as I currently have been as of late to strengthen my agni and keep my booty warm, it is even more monumental to eat only as much as you care for in that sitting.
Still feel like breaking the rules, but kick yourself in the end because you just cant stomach another bite of that delicious Thai takeout? Eat what you can, but give the leftovers to a nearby hungry beauty belly. Or food vendor.....Olio, an app designed in London, allows people/restaurants/vendors to snap a picture of the food that is still edible but cannot serve for the next day and post it to the app. The same goes for any average wine + diner. Nearby hungry birdie mouths or food pantries' can browse the app, see what they are in the mood for or if they can use the remains/leftovers, and put those provisions to use. Cities generate billions of tons of waste each year, food waste in particular. We have so much food around us (this leads me to my input on how we celebrate Thanksgiving....totally bogus) so we forget that every morsel took soul + love + natural resources to produce it.
If you live or visit my home, I refuse to waste ANYTHING.....i also still eat leftovers from time to time for this matter. I wont lie to you, but sometimes I just make too much. Or I decide to eat dessert for dinner.
EAT IT, DON'T LEAVE IT, AND DEFINITELY DON'T REHEAT IT. (OR AT LEAST TRY NOT TO!)