Would there be any interest in having the ingredients for 14 meals (7 lunches and dinners), alongside the recipes delivered? If so, what kind of cost would your or your parents be willing to pay? Any suggestions on how to make that idea even better for students?
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- Thread Starter
- 13-04-2013 19:53
- 13-04-2013 19:55
I imagine most students are happy with the current offerings by Domino's, Pizza Hut, etc
- 14-04-2013 19:31
I personally think that's what tesco, ocado, asda etc is for. I basically order 7 lunches and 7 teas from them really.
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- 15-04-2013 09:45
Something like Hello Fresh?
Personally I think they're overpriced (and I'm speaking as a 23 year old working full-time - I can't see how this would ever be affordable for the majority of students!) but it's an interesting concept and I think it'd help me widen up the range of recipes I use on a regular basis. If I had more disposable income perhaps I'd do it once or twice for something 'special' but there's no way I'd do it on a regular basis. I'm pretty confident in my cooking ability anyway so don't really need anything to make it easier. I think it'd be good for those who are less adventurous with cooking and want to increase their confidence/abilities, maybe...Last edited by Kate.; 15-04-2013 at 09:46.