Satisfying and sufficient
That satisfies, gratifies or pleases; that removes any feeling of lack.
Satisficing is a decision-making strategy or cognitive heuristic that entails searching through the available alternatives until an acceptability threshold is met. The term satisficing, a portmanteau of satisfy and suffice, was introduced by Herbert A. Simon in 1956, although the concept was first posited in his 1947 book Administrative Behavior.
giving pleasure or satisfaction
providing abundant nourishment;
‘a hearty meal’; ‘good solid food’; ‘ate a substantial breakfast’;
providing freedom from worry