This is a guest post from Barry McDonald from EscapeFromFat.com
Most of the real world media is online now, from newspapers to TV channels. Its very easy now to get all the entertainment we could ever need without having a television.
But have you ever considered going online for cooking? Why not cut the cost of having to buy the latest specialist diet/cook book and search for your recipies online in your favorite web browser than on TV?
Looking for a new Atkins recipe or low carb meal, why not drop by YouTube and search there instead of your local library? With the power of YouTube and the internet more and more celebrity cook are also turning to the internet to promote their business. But as celebrity chefs are using the internet to promote their foods and recipes the opposite is also true.
Where once some recipies were only a family recipe or closely kept secret can now find their way onto YouTube. Then they become repackaged by those very same chefs back to us in their next cookbook or cooking programme.
If we take celebrity chef Jamie Oliver as an example of how cooking as changed with the advent of the internet. Although making $100 million this year alone, you can now find him in a cooking app on iTunes.
This way he can grow his audience even further by supplying cooking videos and recipes for people to use on their iPods. So the next time you’re thinking of cooking a meal why not check out YouTube. Who knows you may just find your favorite new dish or something thats going to make you the talk of your next dinner party.
Or if you’ve been finding it hard to stick to a particular dieting method because of poor meal plans that have very little imagination, YouTube recipe videos may open up a whole load of ideas to help you out.
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