Did you grow up in an “ingredient household” or a “ready-made household?” The answer says a lot about your eating habits, apparently.
The term “ingredient household” has become a popular way to describe people who grew up in a home with ingredients to make meals instead of prepared meals. The hashtag #ingredienthousehold currently has 46.4 million views on TikTok.
What is an “ingredient household”?
People from “ready-made households” may have had a freezer full of frozen pizzas, while an “ingredient household” would only have flour, mozzarella cheese and tomatoes.
People began making content around the subject on TikTok in September, and it has since become a major topic of discussion online.
“Saw a TikTok explaining that there’s ‘ingredient households’ and ‘ready made households’ and I’m finally understanding why my partner never thinks we have food when I’m like…’all the things to make it are right here!’” @ziibiing explained on Twitter.
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