Creativity, in every sense has a million aspects and meanings. You can be creative about your dressing, art, and even your lifestyle. So why not be creative with your food too? Why not experiment beyond what you normally create in kitchen and surprise your family with a thoroughly creative, yet tasty meal? Of course you might fantasize baking and cooking like a Master Chef, making exotic delicacies. But the point is, you might succeed to make your food get that innovative, wildly tantalizing look but what about the taste? Surely, it’s a chef’s ultimate nightmare, copying a recipe off a source, spending loads of money on the ingredients and effort on the cooking but watching the horrified expression of the guests sputtering and gasping after a single bite. So a word of advice: choose reliable sources for your recipes, choose iCloneit. iCloneit, an app introduced by Travis Oakley, is a forum that offers you an increasing number of popular recipes. The iCloneit team is dedicated to cloning globally coveted recipes and whipping up such tested recipes that minimize the failure chances to zero. The biggest advantage of using iCloneit is that it absolutely guarantees you taste; for the iCloneit team carries out a very lengthy procedure to validate a recipe. When they wish to replicate a famous food item, say Subway Sandwich, they research and experiment. Not once but repeatedly, adding more, making the recipe much tastier than before. It is approved only if it tastes exactly as the food item they had wished to clone. And then, they post it on their forum for its users. A simple look into their review column can prove just how successful their each recipe has been! What’s more, iCloneit can only be bought for a mere 99 cents which is negligible when you consider the worth of this app. It caters globally, thus the recipes are compatible to different countries world-wide. The yummilicious recipes recently updated are: |
* Hard Rock Cafe Baked Potato Soup * Hungry Jacks/Burger King Whopper * KFC Original Chicken * KFC Zinger Burger * McDonalds Big Mac * McDonalds French Fries * Pizza Hut Pizza * Popeye’s Fried Chicken * Subway Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki
As you can see, these are the coveted recipes of world-wide favorite eat-outs, costing a fortune and which have almost never been replicated exactly.
As a consumer, you need not worry about the hygiene, freshness or authenticity of the recipe at all. And you drastically cut down the cost of having a meal at a restaurant, when you can have a same or maybe yummier one at home!
If you have a secret recipe of your own, you are more than welcome to share it with the iCloneit team on https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/icloneit/id574763874?mt=8. It may, after testing, be updated on the app and featured globally!
* iCloneit is compatible to iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad.
So let’s all pitch in to eat well and eat fresh!
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