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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.

9 Alternatives to The Buttermilk Company

BuzzFeed's viral Tasty videos, now in book format 🍽

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Tubefilter
Tasty has turned gifs into gifts. The -run food channel, which has amassed 75 million fans on Facebook and 1.6 million subscribers on YouTube with its simple-yet-satisfying collection of time-lapse cooking videos, is now available in a customizable book form.
Nieman Lab
Tasty: The Cookbook, from BuzzFeed's wildly popular cooking vertical Tasty, is not only not sold in bookstores, it's also not sold on Amazon. You can buy it in one place, this website, and people are doing that: Bloomberg reports that the customizable cookbook - you choose which categories you wa...
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Takeaways re-invented. Homecooked meals on demand.

Yummit is a marketplace for home-cooked meals on demand. Re-inventing takeaways for the better, offering authentic, fresh meals made at home, in real kitchens across globe. Delivered to you directly, or ready for pickup.

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Medium
The world is full of talented and passionate cooks - we all know at least one friend or family member who should probably have their own restaurant. The problem is not everyone has the time or the resources to pursue a career as a cook, and opening your own restaurant can be a huge financial gamble, leaving a lot of great cooks working elsewhere, and away fr… See more
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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!

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Lachlan Campbell
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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Local food delivered in minutes

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TechCrunch
Uber has said adamantly that it won't exit India (or any more markets) following a hattrick of retreats from China, Russia and Southeast Asia, but does that include its food delivery business? The answer could well be yes. If media reports are right, Uber is on the cusp of a tactical exit fro...
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India's largest food delivery app

With over 1000 employees, Swiggy is India's #1 food delivery service.

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Yoginth
Yoginth- 🤟 Designer, Developer, and Toolmaker
It is awesome!
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Entrepreneur
You're reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. When it comes to ordering food online in India, you are either a Swiggy person or a Zomato lover. The food-tech segment in the fastest growing nationhas seen early entrants like Zomato and Swiggy fight for the top spot and gain maximum customers.
TechCrunch
The Indian food delivery startup Swiggy has raised $100 million in its latest round of funding. Led by the global investment and media conglomerate, Naspers, with participation from the Chinese e-commerce company Meituan-Dianping, the investment is an indicator that the Indian technology market is hitting its stride.
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