The Forks Over Knives Recipe App
Having a fast-paced lifestyle is not an excuse for eating unhealthy snacks. Preparing real food today is as easy as walking down the street and buying a bag of chips, thanks to smartphone apps that teach people how to quickly turn simple ingredients into nutritious meals.
People bring their smartphones wherever they go so it’s not surprising to see a lot of recipe apps today. According to the company that manages the entertainment site Pocket Fruity, people take their phones everywhere including to gyms and sporting events. People go to the kitchen three times a day in order to make meals so apps like Forks Over Knives make a convenient companion to anyone who knows how to handle a pan.
Forks Over Knives has over 180 whole-food and plant based recipes that are recognized by some health professionals as beneficial for the reversal of chronic ailments such as type 2 diabetes and heart diseases. It has pages for soups, pasta, stews, baked food, and a lot more. The app’s recipes were all created by 20 of the world’s most renowned chefs so users can be assured of the food’s quality and taste.
The Forks Over Knives app was designed with substitutions in mind. Users who don’t have garlic for their pasta or lemon juice for dessert can always find an ingredient that they can replace it with. The app’s recipe base is updated regularly so users will always have something new to look forward to.
Following the app’s recipes is very easy since they’ve been broken down into simple steps. For each step, users can see the ingredients they need with just a simple tap. Apart from being a recipe app, it works like a social media where users can share their favorite recipes with friends, and rank dishes according to taste.
Forks Over Knives is priced at $4.99, and is currently available only for Apple users.
Author Bio: Dean Fisher
Dean Fisher is a keen tech fanatic, who loves nothing more than downloading the last app and reviewing it for one of the several online publications he currently writes for. In his spare time, he enjoys playing basketball as well as walking his three bulldogs LeBron, Kevin and Kyrie.
I didn’t think that Sandi’s Allergy Free Recipes would ever be back. Since my site crashed on December 18th, I had resolved after trying many things, that it would be gone forever.
I didn’t have all of my recipes backed up on a different source; Microsoft or written out. So I, like you were stuck. I now have my recipes backed up. I also plan on getting them on a memory stick just to be sure.
I appreciate all the emails that I got. I know that you were all feeling bad. I am so appreciative of the advise and the hard work that went into getting this site back up and running!
I am actually going to take a couple of weeks off, then I’ll be hard back at recipes and blogging!
I just want everyone to know that I am finally on
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Enjoy spending time with friends and family
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I’m very honoured to be nominated for this award from Erin at Stir Sift & Savour. I have been blogging for two years and it has really taken off. At first I was happy to just put up my recipes on my computer to help the few people I know that had food issues. I never imagined that I would be able to help so many people that I didn’t even know. I am very glad to be doing this!!
The Rules of the Versatile Blogger Award:
- Visit and thank the blogger who nominated you.
- Acknowledge the blogger on your blog and link back.
- Share 7 random, interesting things about yourself
- Nominate up to 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award, provide a link to their blogs in your post, and notify them on their blogs.
- Copy and paste the award somewhere on your blog.
Now I get to share 7 things about me that may not be that interesting.
1. When I say I’m camping, I am doing so in a trailer. I am a wimp and I have no desire to sleep in a tent, on the ground, in the woods and pee with the bears 🙂
2. I used to think that eating brown sugar way healthy..BTW, it’s not.
3. I have a very lovable and bratty cat named Tango. He will talk back when getting into trouble and frequents the garage for time outs.
4. I have been cooking and baking since I was nine. Baking, really younger, because I had an Easy Bake Oven and LOVED baking in it 🙂
5. In the past I have done many different crafts from arranging flowers, sewing, needle point, knitting, drawing, and of course baking. (Yes I consider baking a craft that you can eat 🙂 )
6. I have been told that I can be similar to a drill Sargent when talking to kids and getting them to do what I want. I do not usually yell, but I am firm with what I’d like and they listen.
7. I keep many lists. If I don’t write it down, it seems to leave my brain quickly. When our daughter was getting married last year we had a binder of multiple lists 🙂 Main thing was that we kept very organized!
I would like to nominate the following blogs for this award: