Beaufort, SC – The Kitchen Community has announced the acquisition of EndFoodWaste.org, a platform originally set up to draw attention to the 23 percent of fruits and vegetables considered unsellable. The Kitchen Community is an online destination for people interested in all kinds of kitchen and cooking information.
Announcing the acquisition, Managing Director Cassie Marshall noted that they are proud to have acquired the site as part of the shared mission to promote healthy living and healthy eating. With the acquisition of the site, visitors and readers will have access to a wealth of resources that will guide them through substitutes in cooking and baking. These substitutes will help to end food waste while also helping readers to experiment with new tastes.
The Kitchen Community representative, at the announcement of EndFoodWaste.org’s acquisition, added: “There’s nothing worse than finding the perfect recipe, heading to your kitchen to gather all of your ingredients together, and finding out that you’re short on a couple of things. While a trip to the grocery store to restock your cabinets is a simple enough task, there’s no guarantee that they’ll have what you need in stock either. So, what’s the solution when you’ve got your heart set on creating some delicious, home-cooked food, but you’re lacking certain ingredients? You look for substitutes!”
The Kitchen Community takes readers through a range of food substitutes while also addressing the specific needs of readers who suffer from food intolerance. Those who suffer from food intolerance can leverage the information contained on the platform to work around their intolerance while achieving the same goals as the original food recipe.
Readers who are interested in gluten-free baking will have access to resources that point them in the right direction of ingredients that can be incorporated into their baking recipe. Some of these ingredients include sunflower seed flour, plantain flour, coconut flour, and more. Those interested in substituting for baking powder can use vinegar, buttermilk, and whipped egg whites as substitutes to get the job done.
The acquisition of EndFoodWaste.org also brings readers on The Kitchen Community platform other information including substitutes for ingredients like bread flour, brown sugar, baking soda, cake flour, caster sugar, cornstarch, dairy, cream of Tartar, powdered sugar, spelt flour, cream cheese, buttermilk, among others.
The Kitchen Community’s latest resources are perfect for all kinds of people. This includes readers who are interested in experimenting with alternative recipes and substitutes to end food wastage. Those that wish to achieve a healthy balance of calories, improve fitness and physical appearance, and more can also take advantage of the informational resource.
The Kitchen Community is headquartered at 2015 Boundary Street, Suite 300, Beaufort, SC 29902, US. For inquiries, call (843) 321-4666, or visit their website to access a wealth of kitchen and cooking information.
Company Name: The Kitchen Community
Contact Person: Cassie Marshall
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Phone: (843) 321-4666
Address:2015 Boundary Street, Suite 300
Country: United States