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According to Think with Google "59% of 25- to 34-year-olds head to the kitchen with either their smartphones or tablets."

How to make pancakes fluffy, how to make chocolate chip cookies chewy..

Is this another opportunity to reach into someone's life, what some call marketing?

Or should the content marketer leave this opportunity alone?

Do the millennial have enoughon their mindividual already?
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If you can learn to rank in YouTube search you can get invited to dinner...sort of.
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Top 10 Best Recipe searches.

If you know how to make these...you are in...Invited to my kitchen.


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If you can bring an information on demand digital device into the kitchen... and have a self guided and quick study on how not to screw it up (I experiment WAY too much when cooking) that content becomes very appealing.
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If I could get my cell phone to do my cooking for me!

The guys doing the instant meal delivery service need to be advertising on YouTube how-to videos.
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Even finding the latest trends in what they are making in the kitchen should be a bonus when marketing. EG making Kombucha is easy and trendy and so is bread (in the bread machine). If it is easy to do and needs little thought - it should be an opportunity.
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Imagine the people who would like to team up with you to sell their widget if they know you have the eyeballs on your how-to video!

I loved my bread machine...until the middle half of me began to look like a muffin.

Sadly... bread is not my friend.

@Hoda can maybe help out here. She's the super cook.

I saw a sign once, "Never trust anybody who doesn't like bread."

I love bread. But my midsection doesn't.

What a conundrum!
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Yeah, sadly bread does not work for me either, but making pizza crust out of cauliflower and skim milk mozza does. It is actually yummy - and I could perhaps sell an unusual recipe book or food brand at the same time. Like...more from.....
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Pizza crust from cauliflower and skim milk... has to taste better than it sounds, I hope.
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Try it: http://ow.ly/LIw8Y
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Hmm... bad timing. I'm hungry and far far away from my kitchen.

Thanks for the link.
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Is this it?

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You got it..!

Here are a couple of wonderful ones I make.. the first is a nut bread, literall.
Then a Coconut bread (you can omit strawberries for greater versatility) good for toasting/breakfast, and little rolls for savory fillings.

1) Nutty Seed Bread

2) Coconut Bread

and just made these this morning..

3) High Fiber GF Rolls
• 13g Flax seeds, freshly ground
• 12g whole psylium husks (Whole Foods bulk bins)
• 1g Aluminum free Baking powder
• 1g Baking soda
• pinch of Sea salt
• 1 egg mixed very well
• 24g Olive or coconut oil(melted)
• 16g Water
• 4g Cider vinegar

I double the recipe so I have 8 rolls.

1. Pre-heat the oven to 300 degrees.
2. Mix the egg, oil, water (if using) and vinegar together very well.
3. Add the flax meal, psyllium husks, baking powder, baking soda and salt to the egg mixture. Use a small spatula to combine the ingredients very well.
4. Once the ingredients are combined, let the dough “rest” for 5 minutes. It will appear very wet, but as it sits, the dough will stiffen up to the constancy of very stiff oatmeal.
5. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Divide the dough into 4 equal portions.
6. Use wet hands (to prevent sticking) and shape the dough as desired. Place them on the baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes.



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CUTC Gluten-Free Pizza Dough

2 c. Bob’s Red Mill All-purpose Flour
1 ½ c. Oat or Barley Flour
¼ c. Olive Oil
1 ½ tsp. Sea Salt
6 tsp. Xanthan Gum or Tapioca Starch
2 pkgs. active dry Yeast
½ tsp. Sugar (for proofing)
1 ½ c. very warm Water

Add : ¼ c. chopped organic Parsley or Green Onion, or 1 tsp. dry (1 Tbs. fresh) Oregano, if you want to be adventurous
Place yeast and sugar in warm water to proof. Set aside for 15 minutes.

Place flours, oil, salt and xanthan gum in Food Processor or mixer with dough blade. Blend until crumbly.

Add herbs if you’re using any, and slowly add 1 c. of the water while processor/mixer is on.

Add as much of the rest of the water until dough holds together and is soft to the touch, but not very sticky. If it is too sticky sprinkle a little flour and process until incorporated and dough is smooth.

Roll out on oiled parchment paper, Bake 10 minutes, top and bake 5 - 6 minutes more.
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