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Cook Social Continuously Empowers Local Chefs of New York By Sourcing Local Produce

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Cook Social continuously empowers local chefs and foodprenuers being the new driving force for the food sharing economy by sourching local produce and presenting opportunities so fighting for minimum wage is no more. They make it possible by helping people to add food into the social selling scene by serving as the platform where people can discover and share local recipes from the local chefs.

A lot of people struggle being stuck working at their minimum wage jobs and not being able to start their own restaurant. But this modern age opens a new way where they can let their creative recipes experience the limelight. The fact is people are tired of eating the same thing and are eager to try something new.

With 2017 only a few days ahead, Cook Social offers a good way to which the locals can make money even without starting their own restaurant. A lot of strange but extremely creative ideas have already been founded like ride sharing, image sharing, jewelry sharing and more. Following the trend, Cook Social is eager into making it in the food sharing industry.

Cooking is a lot like art, it’s about mood and creativity. The best recipes are created not overnight but by time and effort in making something that’s healthy, delicious and full of heart. Sharing recipes is not exactly new since cooking TV shows can even be considered sharing recipes. But no one can be sure if those recipes actually taste good.

But Cook Social claims to offer something different. What they do is inspire the novice cooks into carrying their old folk’s amazing recipes forward incorporating it with new trends. In Cook Social, the local cooks are also able to share foods using fresh ingredients that are locally produced. They not only share and reinvent their family’s recipes, but ensure that they are eating healthy food. The price of each dish created by the cooks has been decided by them so they can freely make money out of their recipes.

Since Cook Social first launched, they are able to encourage many local chefs to their endeavor. Many have decided to join Cook Social and embraced food sharing, joining the no minimum wage club and simply follow their love for cooking. On that note, Cook Social is now selling their cooking permit, $1399 for 3 years over 36 months which equals to $38.86 per month. These cooking permits can be used internationally allowing any interested people to cook and make money from their creative recipes.

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For more information, please visit http://www.cook.social. For inquiries, please call 435-754-6295 or emailpress@cook.social. 

 

Company: Cook Social

Address: New York, NY- 10004

Website: http://www.cook.social

Phone: 435-754-6295

Email: press@cook.social


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