What to eat when you're not hungry!

What to eat when you're not hungry? Don't worry! we've got you. We eat to break monotonies, to bring a cheerful taste to our taste buds as well as our sensory buds. Today we'll talk about the things you can comfortably eat when you don't even feel hungry, without even getting fat or even gaining an ounce of weight. For the full course, you might have to subscribe to our newsletter and our online classes and our products and our youtube channel and our course CDs and our Diploma and our University and our Nuclear project. But then again; we are good people and we are giving away very valuable and lost information that has been kept as a secret by our mother nature for long. Stay woke and subdued, sorry submissive, sorry subtle.

What to eat when you're not hungry!

Air

Ancient Indians had been using a phrase "Hawa Khalo" which literally meant "Eat Air" because they knew there are going to be times when eating eatables would be difficult for people suffering from various diseases related to gluttony, but when the information was lost in between, the contemporary world (mis)interpreted the expression "Hawa Khalo", and used it when telling someone to 'go out'. I mean for God's Sake! How can "Hawa Khalo" mean going out? 'Going out' is "Bahar Jao", maybe this is why we need to have a strong grip on the education system. Anyway, now that you and I know the secret, we would like to tell you we are giving away free "Hawa" at one of our Instagram events, you just have to be there and subscribe to our online demo class. Air becomes one of the lightest meal on our menu of What to eat when you are not hungry!

What to eat when you're not hungry!

'Jol'

While talking about misinterpretations, Bengalis, from time Infinitum, have used the phrase "Jol Khabo" which loosely translates to "consume water", but our research team has found that in Ancient Bengal "Jol Khabo" actually meant- 'eat water', now you'll say: "HAHA you idiot! you cannot eat water, you drink it", I know we can't NOW. Learned Pundits living along the banks of the 'Hoogli' river found a way to convert water into an eatable, but the quality of water i.e. being fluid and not weighing much, no carbs no fat, all of this was retained. See, it perfectly makes sense water has nutrients and hydrogen and everything and so does food, meaning they are interconvertible. We are doing a free give away of our special canned noodles made from water, if and only if you buy our course CDs. 'Jol' means our favourite beverage when seeking What to eat when you are not hungry!

What to eat when you're not hungry!

Brains

"Dimag mat kha yaar" "Jaa kisi aur ka dimaag khaa"- thinking of another misinterpretation, right? No. Not this time. This time it's purely innovative. Our CEO, a man of rather dim wits but brilliant imagination, was once travelling in a train, getting bored, he thought he'll do a bit of chit-chat with those around, long story short- a person ended shutting him up by using the phrase "Dimaag mat kha bey" to which he answered: "Dear sir, how could I eat your brain? I am neither a zombie nor a cannibal and besides this, technically we can't EAT Brains because it's made up of 73% wat.. EUREKA!" he shouted, and ended up making Brains with water- having a nice breakfast of 'Brain and Mayo'. So we have this 'eatable gluten-free Brain' which can totally spice up your Halloween parties and of course lighten you up, literally. Again we are doing a free giveaway of this product only if you swear to help us in world domination and join our nuclear project. Let's join our hands for a better cause. Peace. Our favourite lockdown food is 'Brains' while we open the fridge multiple times to search for What to eat when you are not hungry!

What to eat when you're not hungry!

Jello (special entry):

I know you are hungry after reading this and of course, we need dessert after a full course meal, so we have for you 'Jello', now you'll say: "What's with jello? it is nothing special, we have been eating it for a long time....," but, you're wrong! Our Jello doesn't have any sugars or any flavours or any taste whatsoever, it is made up of slime which snails produce when they slide their way from one place to another, so yeah, IT IS NATURAL. We are not even giving it away, since you can grab a snail and directly lick its bottom- makes no difference. Consider this recipe a gift from our side. Jello works as the perfect 'sweet dish' in our full course meal of What to eat when you are not hungry!