Li Yuaner, who runs a vegetable stall in Changsha, Hunan province, has attracted extensive attention from netizens, with many expressing their desire to receive "the same type of service".
It turned out that Li has greatly satisfied young people's culinary needs.
李阿姨发现自家孩子因工作忙碌，不常在家做饭，喜欢点外卖。“但外卖吃多了往往对身体不好。” 和儿子交流一番后，李阿姨在自家的卖菜摊上开创了 “一周菜单” 服务。
Li found out that her son does not often cook at home because of busy schedules
and prefers to order take-out food, even though he says "I think that eating too much take-out food
can be bad for my health." After discussions with her son, Li decided to provide a "one-week menu" service to buyers at her vegetable stall.
After buyers order, Li washes and cuts up vegetables, and also offers them cooking tips. "Nowadays young people dislike spending time on wandering in the vegetable market and cooking, so I make weekly menus. I could help young people in arranging menus and preparing ingredients, so that they can just buy and cook directly back at home," she said.
In addition, Li adds more vegetables in the menu to enrich the nutrition as well as to meet young people's need of keeping fit.
The experience of preparing menus is what Li learned when she worked in the canteen. "Preparing deep-fried dough sticks and cakes for breakfast, cutting vegetables and cooking were things I was used to," Li said.
Netizens expressed their appreciation of Li's thoughtful preparation which is also widely praised by young customers who are tired of take-out food and, at the same time, don't like to prepare food.