As a longtime bachelor, I make a point of eating a balanced diet from the three bachelor foodgroups: cheeseburgers, pizza, and tacos. A balanced diet means alternating food groups so that one is not consumed twice in a row (except for leftover pizza, which everyone does). Nonetheless, over the past several decades I have become aware that vegetables can serve a bigger purpose in the human diet than just as pizza toppings. If I want to live a long time and be healthy, I need to eat my veggies. In terms of veggies that will make a nutritionist salute and then do a double back flip, it’s hard to beat broccoli.
The problem is that I seldom cook, and fast food joints seldom serve broccoli. Where does this bachelor solve his culinary challenges? On the navigation page of the Tesla’s 17″ display, of course. To find bachelor broccoli, you need to use magic words. I have found that for me, the words “Panda Express” work great to bring up a source of nutritious broccoli for me and beef for Iceman when entered into the Tesla’s Navigation program. Enter the magic words, and this feature of the Tesla shows me over a dozen nearby locations for solving my nutritional challenges.