Would you buy a meal kit that specialized in international dishes, which was more expensive than Blue Apron but gave you access to ingredients that you can't buy at your local grocery store?
What if it only helped you cook dinner parties for 3+ people?
What if it included a pamphlet on the local culture and context of the dish written by a travel writer?
What if it was a 2-3 hour cooking project?
I'm really fascinated by meal kits and wish there was more diversity in the dishes they offered. Thanks for reading and I can't wait to read what you have to say!
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