Today, using the Indulge me FOOD app, hosts can benefit from:
Having guests’ food preferences and intolerances to hand with no need to rely on memory. The app enables people to easily list their restrictions using standardised icons. This enables the host, at a glance, to see who doesn’t eat what so they can plan for their event. The app combines all the guests’ intolerances and shows them on one screen.
Hundreds of recipes to meet all guests’ requirements.
The app offers up menu suggestions which take into account all the intolerances and preferences of the guests. In addition, we have broken down each recipe, ingredient by ingredient, so in a future release, ingredient substitutions can easily be made for specific items that may cause an issue (gluten free flours, for example). This timing is dependent trialling recipes.
Cook once and feed many
No need to create multiple dishes for multiple diets – cook one meal for all your guests.
Never repeat the same menu / dish
Show off your culinary vocabulary and don’t stick to one dish that works. Create impressive menus for the most eclectic table. We make cooking for multiple diets easy, again, and again and again.
Removing the discomfort and anxiety from your guests
There’s no need to single them out and cause them to be embarrassed by their dietary restrictions.
Appearing to care / be thoughtful / in control
Your guests will be happy knowing that they have not put you to any trouble and to be grateful for your consideration.
Have dietary requirements recorded so no embarrassing situations arise
Not all guests are gracious about a host forgetting their dietary needs.
Feel part of the party instead of feeling like the odd one out
Having ‘special’ bread or an item missing from a plate means the guest or the host feels obliged to explain and this can cause discomfort.
Removes stress that dietary restrictions may have caused the host any anxiety
If the guest knows they are not a problem, they feel more comfortable and enjoy the evening.
Have access to new recipes
Be inspired by new ways and new ingredients that can be eaten
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