"Eat what you want" day
The "eat what you want" day is a day that should be a day that does full justice to the term "holiday". Here you can feast to your heart's desire! To completely evade the meaning of such an important day would be rude in a certain way, wouldn't it?
But how should this special date best be celebrated? What else does it need - besides a delicious buffet -?
One thing is certain: on 11 May, nobody has to have a guilty conscience when chips, cake and co. take turns. The only one you have to account to in the end is your stomach. Apart from that, the "Eat what you want" day finally offers the wonderful opportunity to spoil yourself in a culinary way and to forget "spoilsports" like scales or measuring tape.
Your very own Cheat Day
Strictly speaking, the "eat what you want" day is a classic cheat day. Anyone who has been on a diet knows how liberating it can be to forget to count calories once a week.
The "eat what you want" day offers another advantage: it is not determined individually, but has a fixed place in the calendar. It is quasi "arranged" and accordingly obliges to enjoy it. Could it be any better?
You'll need this for "Eat What You Want" day
Basically, you should of course celebrate the "Eat what you want" day with your individual treats. Maybe your friends would like to come by and enjoy the food? Why not organize your own "All you can eat!" event? Buffet!
This is of course also a perfect opportunity to try out new foods and dishes. How exotic you want to become here is of course up to you. But to avoid regrets, it might be a good idea to follow up the "Eat what you want" day with a sporty day. After all, summer isn't too far away anymore.
The "eat what you want" day in the healthy version
Why does everyone think of "Eat what you want" almost exclusively in terms of fast food? Admittedly: these are delicacies that will certainly never be boring, but: "All you can eat!" can also be healthy! Especially when the temperatures rise in May, it is fun to organize fruit buffets and Co.
Nice side effect: Melons, apples and co. are not as heavy in your stomach as chips and give you the good feeling of having celebrated a special day in a "mega hip" version.