She also has food at work, in her car, her gym bag, and there’s even a granola bar hidden in her purse in case her blood sugar drops and she needs snack before dinnertime.
Her philosophy is that a meal is a terrible thing to waste, so planning is crucial, especially when traveling.
Don’t despair your foodie doesn’t love food more than she loves you, it’s just that food is something she enjoys, and it's a conduit to places, people and experiences.
Being a foodie isn’t just about satisfying the taste-buds though, it’s about seeking out new food experiences, trying unique taste sensations, and revisiting favorite meals from their childhood.
Your foodie has most likely been a foodie all her life and she’s been trying new foods whenever she's able.
She’ll know that Luv-It Frozen Custard in Las Vegas is awesome and she’ll know which two flavors they’re offering on any day. You may not speak Mandarin or Cantonese, but you know how to order shrimp rice noodles, siu mai, and sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaves when those ladies with their carts roll by your table.
For a foodie, any time anything is to be eaten it’s an opportunity to indulge their senses.
Every bite is planned, and if by circumstance or bad luck they are forced to eat something less than yummy, they’ll feel cheated.