New York, NY – With Covid going nowhere soon, restrictions set to return and the cold winter months approaching the prospect of more isolation beckons. But all is not lost, thanks to an ingenious app that has recipes, the ability to cook in a zoom-type interface and trivia and other content tools that are more than a little addictive: Say hello to the Nutrait app.
The brainchild of Ted D’Cruz-Young, Nutrait allows friends, families, work colleagues and more to cook and converse remotely. If you miss those kitchen conversations whilst cooking up a storm, Nutrait is the answer. Simply pick a recipe, invite friends to Make with you in a virtual kitchen and you can then all follow the same guided recipe. You can save and share the video of your Make on Nutrait and all other social media platforms.
Whether connecting with family or voters, creating a safe dating space for a new crush or simply hanging out and mastering a new dish with friends, just about everyone you can imagine is joining. From teens, tweens to baby-boomers, even politicians looking to win over undecided voters are jumping into Nutrait. “We just wanted to create a space to cook, converse and connect in a meaningful way in this horrible time for everyone,” said D’Cruz-Young. And, whilst an almost infinite recipe database should keep you busy with friends over this winter, the constantly growing content from published conversations across diverse topics from the election to climate change and BLM, makes Nutrait a go-to whether you want to cook or not. And, with cooking classes, restaurant menus and much more coming soon Nutrait is sure to make a big dent social isolation this winter: