5. Consider Bringing Hand Sanitizer
There’s no denying that there are plenty of opportunities for germs to attack food that sits out on a buffet table. Tongs and serving spoons must be exchanged for clean ones on a regular basis. However, the truth is that many people have the opportunity to handle them, which means many opportunities for germs to alight. It may be wise to bring along hand sanitizer to use at the table before digging in.
4. Keep Your Back to the Buffet
If seeing a dizzying array of delectable foods entices you to rush through your own meal, you may want to sit with your back to the buffet. Find a seat away from the buffet so you can concentrate on enjoying the meal you have in front of you. That way, you can determine if you really want to go back for seconds, rather than just responding to the call of the foods on display.
3. Savor Each Bite
Don’t hurry through your meal. Relax, enjoy good company, and savor every bite of food. If you are hurrying to get back to the buffet, you may not enjoy what you already have. Instead, enjoy each texture and taste. When you have leisurely finished your meal, then you can decide which items you like best and which ones might be worth a second trip.