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Quick Pitch: mor.sl features curated recipes from the top food bloggers and publishers around.
Genius Idea: Tell mor.sl what you like and how much time you have, and it will recommend the recipes that work best for you.
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Let's be honest—for many of us, cooking seems like more trouble than it's worth. Why spend hours grocery shopping and slaving away in the kitchen when your favorite Chinese restaurant can deliver Kung Pao chicken to your door in less that 45 minutes?
According to mor.sl, a unique and personalized recipe site, cooking is less of a drag than you think.
It's common knowledge that preparing food at home is more nutritious and less costly than dining out every night. The trick to non-stressful cooking is having a plan. This is where mor.sl comes in.
Tell mor.sl about your skill-level, tastes and allergies and it provides you with curated recipes that make sense for you. You can sort through options by prep time, type of cuisine or even main ingredient, so you can cook with what you have on-hand instead of shlepping to the store. Mor.sl also asks whether you self-identify as a carnivore or herbivore—vegan, pescetarian, no red meat—to better select dishes that you're sure to enjoy.
The site stresses that cooking and eating requires us to utilize all five senses, making it a truly human experience. Preparing food for others also allows us to share and connect in a way that's not possible over a restaurant bread basket.
Mor.sl currently focuses on recipes only, but intends to expand to provide grocery shopping and meal planning tips.
Would you use mor.sl too cook your next meal? Let us know in the comments.
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This story originally published on Mashable here.