Jeff: You and José eat Divine Dish pretty regularly?
Michaila: Yes, we do, pretty regularly.
Jeff: About how many meals a week, on average?
Michaila: Pretty much all of our lunch and dinners, sometimes breakfasts. About 14 meals I’d say.
Jeff: Why not breakfast?
Michaila: For the last 6 months it’s because José is out for his classes and I eat something fast in the morning. But that will be changing soon because his last class is next week.
Jeff: Tell me about why you eat DD rather than go your own way?
Michaila: Divine Dish is so much more emotionally fulfilling, tastier, better quality and easier. It makes it a lot easier to shop and organize ourselves with groceries too. We would struggle trying to figure out new meals for ourselves that are interesting, healthy and balanced like DD on our own. And DD has the spiritual aspect of food which nothing else does. It provides us a lot of joy, stability and nurturing.
Jeff: Who does the cooking, cleanup, and shopping?
Michaila: José does the cooking and shopping and I do the cleaning most of the time.
Jeff: You guys are very busy. How do you find the time for DD in your busy schedule with everything you have going on?
Michaila: We have the hours blocked off in our calendar for meal times and have strong boundaries there. It also doesn’t take too long to cook. But there are times we go out or order food if we’re really tired and don’t feel like cooking.
Jeff: Do you think the discipline you have is what separates you guys from those who don’t incorporate DD in their life?
Is the discipline you have what you think separates you guys from those who don’t incorporate DD in their life?