Prepare eco-friendly meals with Filibaba's green Apps
If you have read a few of my blogposts you may know that I am very much into healthy but yet tasty food. 90% of my nutrition is vegetarian and I am always keen on learning about new products. I came across Filibaba, a set of green apps – and I have to say that I really like it. Interested? Here`s some information.
Perhaps what scares people the most when hearing the term "eco-friendly" meals is the potential that they may be deprived of so-called “good food”. After all, the world is more accustomed to eating meat, and healthy food such as greens and veggies are often only used as side dishes. That idea, however, couldn’t be further from the truth, and the apps below made by a software company called Filibaba aims to prove just that.
First on the list is Vegourmet, which is an app for the eco-conscious cook. It allows both newbies and experts of vegetarian and vegan cuisines to delve deeper into the art of their diets with delicious recipes depicted in great photography. It has over 100 recipes spanning delicious categories including appetizers, main courses, desserts, smoothies and even street food.
If you like smoothies, it’s worth checking out Filibaba Smoothies in the App Store. It has almost every fruit and veggies on the planet so users can make a smoothie whenever they want using the ingredients they have at home. This is great for active people who like drinking smoothies after a workout.
Swedish Vegan Recipes
For the bakers, there's the Swedish Vegan recipes app that "ups the ante" when it comes to vegan baking. Baking CAN be eco-friendly and this app has recipes to prove it. From baking bread to cakes, vegetarians and vegans will be able to find something here that suits their preferences.
There's a saying that goes something like, "A cook will always have a job because people are always hungry." Advertise food right and it will appeal to the people, no matter what product you market it with. One of the reasons why the game Candy Crush Saga is so popular is because food was incorporated as its core theme. Everyone likes sweets, which is why even if it's not the first puzzle game to use the "match-three" mechanics; it became the most popular match-three puzzle game on the planet. The same can be said for other games like Candy Bars, which was popularized by Pocket Fruity -- the tech gaming site that first launched the highly-anticipated Starburst game to the world. All of these appeal to foodies for very different reasons, and that’s why food has been so heavily integrated into marketing games and apps on a global level.
If the three aforementioned apps are not enough, check out Food Monster, which has over 5,000 recipes specifically for vegetarians and vegans!
And watch out for smoothie tips on this blog very soon!