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Tasty the Cookbook

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The Buttermilk Company 2.0

Make fresh Indian food in 5 minutes.

The Buttermilk Company helps you make authentic, fresh Indian meals in 5 minutes by just adding hot water! Our products are vegan, preservative free, and non-GMO.

We've changed a lot in the last 4 months! Most exciting: four new dishes, new packaging to include nutrition facts + spice levels, double the portions in each packet, and subscriptions!

TechCrunch
When Mitra Raman went off to college, all she wanted was a bowl of her mother's homemade rasam. The daughter of Indian immigrants, Raman grew up eating traditional South Indian cuisine almost every day, but didn't quite know how to make it just like mom when she left home.
GeekWire
The unique workplace culture at Amazon provided Mitra Raman both the motivation to quit the technology giant and the engineering chops to launch her own endeavor. Raman landed her first job at Amazon as a software development intern while still working on her computer science undergrad degree from...
Northwest Asian Weekly
By Lyndsey Brollini NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Mitra Raman grew up drinking buttermilk, or chaas, all the time as a child, which she described as being similar to liquefied yogurt. "First thing I ate was buttermilk rice," Raman said. She now associates the drink with her favorite comfort foods.
Emma's Edition
It's no secret that I'm a girl on the go. I'm balancing grad school, working full time, and blogging. I'm trying to get settled in a new apartment, planning my dog's birthday party, and still running twice a week. My busy schedule doesn't allow much room for cooking so I'm always looking for fast, healthy food options.
Table Manners Aside: A Seattle Food Blog
TMA'ed while jamming to Havana by Camila Cabello Temi: Maybe you've heard about them on social media, maybe you haven't, but The Buttermilk Company is a new company (still in beta) that is all about bringing real Indian food into your home real fast.
Seattle Magazine
Mitra Raman gathered family recipes from the Indian communities in Seattle and beyond to create authentic Indian dishes that she offers through her startup, The Buttermilk Company. The daughter of Indian immigrants, Raman-who started Buttermilk last summer-knows what it's like to miss the foods you grew up with.
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Average Cookbook

Get a consensus recipe for your next meal 🍪 🍰

Everyone cooks a recipe a little differently. For example, a recipe for "brownies" have have either cocoa or chocolate, or both!

The Average Cookbook is a tool to cluster the millions of recipes on the internet into average recipes, so you can choose the exact variation you want to to cook!

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The Buttermilk Company

Make Indian comfort food in 5 minutes.

The Buttermilk Company brings authentic + simple Indian recipes to an American audience. We curate recipes from the local community + create meal “packets” filled with real, fresh ingredients for the recipe. All you have to do is add water to make a fresh meal! Our products are all vegan, non-GMO and free of preservatives.

GeekWire
The unique workplace culture at Amazon provided Mitra Raman both the motivation to quit the technology giant and the engineering chops to launch her own endeavor. Raman landed her first job at Amazon as a software development intern while still working on her computer science undergrad degree from...
TechCrunch
When Mitra Raman went off to college, all she wanted was a bowl of her mother's homemade rasam. The daughter of Indian immigrants, Raman grew up eating traditional South Indian cuisine almost every day, but didn't quite know how to make it just like mom when she left home.
Northwest Asian Weekly
By Lyndsey Brollini NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Mitra Raman grew up drinking buttermilk, or chaas, all the time as a child, which she described as being similar to liquefied yogurt. "First thing I ate was buttermilk rice," Raman said. She now associates the drink with her favorite comfort foods.
Table Manners Aside: A Seattle Food Blog
TMA'ed while jamming to Havana by Camila Cabello Temi: Maybe you've heard about them on social media, maybe you haven't, but The Buttermilk Company is a new company (still in beta) that is all about bringing real Indian food into your home real fast.
Seattle Magazine
Mitra Raman gathered family recipes from the Indian communities in Seattle and beyond to create authentic Indian dishes that she offers through her startup, The Buttermilk Company. The daughter of Indian immigrants, Raman-who started Buttermilk last summer-knows what it's like to miss the foods you grew up with.
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Recidex

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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Noodles 2

Cook better with a home for all your recipes.

3 years in the making, Noodles 2 is my essential tool for cooking: instantly import recipes from the web, share recipes, keep notes, and when you're cooking, see just what you need.

Everything is new in 2.0. It's totally redesigned, it's faster and more reliable, and you can keep track of your Grocery List. If you love it, subscribe!

Lachlan Campbell- Hack Club design/JS—HS 🎓—they/them—🌈
I've spent thousands of hours on this project. Worth it? Probably not, I've made like $50 in total and spent much more. But, it taught me how to code, and I use it almost every day! So not all is lost 🙂
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Project Foodie is our attempt to create the cookbook of the future - combining the best elements of all the cooking shows, books, apps, how-to videos, classes and programs (eliminating the crappy features) and adding a bunch of our own that were sorely missing.

The Hollywood Reporter
What happens when two brothers grow up to become a television producer and a chef? They team up to create a new interactive video app that purports to teach anyone to become a master chef.
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