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Take a 📸 of food & get tailored recipes powered by AI

PixFood provides you with tailored suggestions on what to eat and cook! 😻

It all starts with you taking a photo of any ingredient you want to cook with, in the kitchen or in the supermarket. After the photo is taken, the app instantly sends you personalized recipe suggestions! 🎯

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Prep new dishes with Plant Jammer's easy dish-builder which combines artificial intelligence with core gastronomical principles such as balancing tastes, contrasting textures and building aroma complexity. Now you can create a recipe using what's in your fridge and never again have to search for recipes.

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A former McKinsey consultant has created an app that finds the optimal ingredients for your meal.
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As the name suggests, Plant Jammer has been developed around the idea that people should try to eat more plantbased food and less meat. "We created Plant Jammer to make meat-free days more achievable, fun and interesting. Reducing our meat consumption is the easiest way to have a positive impact on the environment," explains Michael Haase, founder of Plant J… See more
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Technology has disrupted almost every industry to date, in ways both great and not so great. But in a world where time is becoming scarcer, the fusion of technology and food is an advantageous one. There is a fresh wave of apps out to change the way we cook; some raising awareness of sustainable cooking, some video apps, and others based on the Tinder model.
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Find the meal recipes by the ingredients that you select.

Almost 300 ingredients that structured by categories open 186 easy-to-view recipes. Just select your ingredients to find most matching meals. Combine them, discover the delicious meals and save your favourites.

There are NO ADS and it's absolutely free!

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Build recipe and grocery lists from 100+ different blogs

Recidex allows you to collect recipes from your favorite recipe blogs and websites. Simply paste the link to any recipe, and Recidex will collect the recipe information and save it to your cookbook. Search over 10,000 recipes by name, ingredient, or cuisine to discover new recipes and add them to your grocery list when you're headed to the store.

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It's like Spotify but for cookbooks

ckbk is the ultimate digital subscription service for cooks. To build ckbk, first we brought together recommendations from hundreds of world-class chefs and food writers to create a ranking of the most essential cookbooks of all time.

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Coming off the heels of IFA Berlin, Bosch has announced a partnership with one of the first graduates of its newly launched TechStars | BSH Future Home Accelerator, ckbk, a subscription platform that offers more than 80,000 recipes from over 350 cookbooks from dozens of leading publishers including Chronicle Books and Simon & Schuster.
Cooking may be under sustained attack by a wave of on-demand food delivery startups, with names that can double as gluttonous calls to action (oh hey Just Eat!), but that hasn't stopped London-based startup ckbk from pushing in the opposite direction - with a digital service that offers...
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Cookware startup founded by and for Millennials

We started Great Jones because we believe in the power and pleasure of making food with your own hands, even if you’re just frying an egg.

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Great Jones is a love song to home-cooked meals-big or small. The launch features the five pieces that should be in every chef's kitchen-including the Small Fry, a ceramic nonstick pan, and the Dutchess, a Dutch oven that's perfect for slow-roasting. All the pieces are ceramic or cast-iron and nonstick without using Teflon.
Last year, America lost a culinary heroine. Her name was Judith Jones, and she passed away in August 2017 at the age of 93. While most know her as the editor who removed Anne Frank's diary from the publishing house reject pile and gave it to the world, she was also responsible for putting Julia Child's words in the kitchens of at-home cooks everywhere.
After years of covering restaurant openings multiple nights a week, the James Beard Award-winning food editor Sierra Tishgart decided she wanted to cook more at home. But the hand-me-down Teflon pan that her family gave her was chipping.
Sometimes, it's hard to imagine a product or industry that a new e-commerce startup hasn't tried to remake already, from slippers to mattresses, from luggage to lipstick. Yet two childhood friends in New York have seemingly struck on a fresh idea: taking on the stodgy and often expensiv...
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