Food is a post type that represents eating or drinking particular food or drink. Its content is often similar to a note or can be easily represented as plain text.
Why post food and drink that you consume? Perhaps as a way of tracking your own consumption.
Why post food and drink consumed in public posts? Perhaps as a way of holding yourself publicly accountable to what you eat and drink.
Amy Guy: I post these publicly so when people ask 'what do vegans eat' I can send them a URL.
Amy Guy tracked food by authoring markdown files since 2015-01-10, then switched to Teacup to track and publish food and drink since >whenever I implemented micropub<. Posts URLs only return the raw markdown source at the moment, but can be viewed in a list at rhiaro.co.uk/llog.
Eddie Hinkle uses Teacup web to track food and drink consumption and publish to his website since 2017-04-26. He has a standard generic icon for ate posts and drank posts, but he also includes special icons for: Mt. Dew, Cafe Mocha coffee and Popcorn.
Related food list examples
Related to food posts, but not quite posts themselves, a few folks keep lists of foods/drinks that they've consumed or want to consume, sometimes with annotations about whether they liked them or not.
Ryan Barrett keeps lists of beer, whiskey, and wine he's had and would like to try:
Also somewhat related: https://snarfed.org/restaurants
- somewhat represents the food or drink in broad categories
- user entered, describes the food or drink
- of the item consumed
- link that describes in more detail how the item was made
I started tracking my food posts by writing in a text file on my phone. Now when I am somewhere without cell service, I continue to use the text file for offline food posts, and then post them after I get back to a network connection. - Aaron Parecki
Are drinks really food
Q: Are drinks really a kind of food? A subset of food? Or a kind of food?
A: Yes. The presence of phrases such as "liquid diet", and acceptance by at least some that a smoothie, e.g. as prepared by vendors like Jamba Juice, is an acceptable meal, seems to lend credence to considering drinks as a form of food.