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This new vegan recipe app is making us hungry

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The most important tool in a vegan kitchen could be your phone.

Popular eco-outlet One Green Planet has launched a new vegan recipe app called Food Monster, and it’s scary how good it looks. In a press release shared on Talking New Media, the website announced the Canadian launch of the largest collection of meatless and dairy-free recipes, all at the tap of an app.

10 new recipes are added daily to the 5000 recipe catalogue, that can be accessed with a subscription (there’s a free recipe section, too). Users can scroll through what’s trending, search by ingredient, theme, season, meal, and more. The foodporn quota is high, with photos that’ll inspire you to skip take out and do more cooking. I’ve already got a peanut butter and jelly chia pudding on my bookmarked list.

“Meat consumption has been on the decline in Canada and the United States, and according to recent studies, nearly a third of the North American population is ‘flexitarian,’ and prefer a diet dominated by plant-based foods. The future of food is here — and it’s vegan,” Nil Zacharias, Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of One Green Planet, said in the statement. Just another example of how veganism is setting trends!

Marking maybe the first time Canada has ever gotten something before the US, the worldwide launch isn’t set until April 22nd. Until then, I’ll be a happy guinea pig.

Check out a sneak peek at the app in the video below! Are you going to download it?

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  • Rob Dexter

    Once again, Android users (the majority of mobile users) are left twiddling our thumbs. Not even a mention of whether there’ll be an Android version let alone a release date. Pfft. (Not having a go at you, Ecorazzi, just the general ignoring of Androidies. :/ )

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