It gives us access to recipes, methods, leftovers, and tips to use herbal foods efficiently. We can reach the recipes according to our needs and plan them weekly. It also allows us to create a shopping list by listing the groceries we need.
DO NOT Plan Meal.
of them make a list before going shopping to avoid buying vegetables or fruits they don't need.
of them try to evaluate the leftover vegetables and fruits that they do not use.
of them save recipes they like, have made before, or bought from someone.
share their recipes or methods with others.
Then I had face-to-face interviews with 7 people. These are employees, students, housewives, and retired people.
I asked them these questions
Cooking and shopping routines
The way they use to reach the recipes and what they do to reach them again
Evaluation methods of leftover vegetables and fruits
They all complain about throwing some of the vegetables they buy into the trash.
Most don't know how to use leftovers from vegetables and fruits or apply them in a recipe.
Some find it hard to find recipes to treat leftover food, vegetables, or fruit.
Most use YouTube to find recipes.
Many have problems when they want to revisit the recipe they found before.
(This is due to accessing recipes from different places and not saving them afterward.)
Meal planners complain that it is tedious and time-consuming.
Most don't make shopping lists and make impromptu decisions about what to buy.
Some do not plan meals, even if they make a shopping list.
They all think shopping is challenging.