Perhaps it's a reaction to super-sized meals and 64 ounce sodas, but the tiny food movement is real. Videos depicting regular-sized chefs cooking up itsy-bitsy meals such as orange chicken, steak, and corn dogs have been popping up all over the Internet. The latest shows how to prepare a minuscule plate that's a little healthier: cabbage wraps stuffed with turkey.
For anyone who has a pint-sized stove, pans, knives, and mixing bowls, the recipe is pretty simple. And according to the video's description on YouTube, the resulting product is "a quick and healthy meal option when you want to be healthy but are on the go."
If you're asking yourself, "What's the point of this if I'm hungry?" don't worry. No trend lasts forever. With so much tiny food entering the world, it's only a matter of time before this movement goes out of fashion and another is born. Be on the lookout for huge plates of food that would satisfy any giant's appetite.