Willingly buffeted

There is all you can eat, and there is “All You Can Eat.” How the difference is maintained:

Some of this I figured; some of it I never imagined.

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  1. nightfly »

    23 May 2018 · 1:40 pm

    The most fascinating part of that was the smaller plate/utensil combos and loading up the veg and rice before the high-end items. It turns out that the buffets, in an attempt to make their margins, are also inadvertently encouraging healthier eating habits among the patrons (portion control, filling up on healthier options).

    For an enterprise which seems rather to encourage gluttony, it’s paradoxical to say the least.

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