For a light meal in summer, how about Comé + Plantas, Narda Lepes app for incorporating vegetables into meals

Eat + Plants is an application developed by a famous cook Narda Lepes, in conjunction with Microsoft which aims to question consumption habits, make more fluid the relationship people have with vegetables and incorporate them into the diet.

Ante la extreme heat wave who discovered Argentina, the Government made a series of recommendations for people to maintain high temperatures. Among them are good hydration and fruit and vegetable intake which provides a large amount of water for the body.

The platform is basically vegetable encyclopedia which, with an interactive format and design similar to Instagram stories, offers to provide information about different products. The season, the way it is cooked and with what to combine it are some of the aspects that are taken into account.

It’s not what you eat, but what you don’t eat. You don’t have to stop eating what you like; You have to add more things to it. And to add more things is Comé + Plantas “, pointed out the cook, who joined the technology artificial intelligence from Microsoft to “improve people’s lives,” according to an official video.

Since its launch in June 2020, the app has been very successful and over time, it has included new updates to better adapt to the needs of the users. Today the scores are good on the Play Store: 4.4 out of 5 stars and most of them are positive feedback comments.

Even Eat + Plants awarded at the Gourmand . Awards ceremony, France’s award in the world of gastronomy. Project Lepes is recognized among the best kitchen apps, along with others from the UK and the US.

How to use Comé + Plantas

The creator recommends open daily, “to see different vegetables” season on the way. Depending on the context of use, you can either take a photo to receive information about an unknown product or vice versa, search for an image in the catalog.

Once selected, informative files which works like Instagram stories. If you swipe right more data will appear, as well as tips or “#NardaTips” for food treatment use and cook with other ingredients.

These tips can be saved and will be at your fingertips for another opportunity. There are also options “see more” for those with a higher level of interest in vegetables.

In addition, this application allows you to filter by seasonal. Then, by selecting the month the user is in, you’ll be able to find out what foods are recommended to eat on a given date.

Total, there is information on more than 90 vegetables belongs to 30 different botanical families. Each one, identified by a background color so that those navigating the application, easily recognize what things can be combined with each other and in this way, try new things and get out of the routine when it comes to cooking.

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