Review: Hurry The Food Up

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Nic McIntyre, Staff Reporter

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I remember those dark, dreary times. The dark ages of when I needed a good, healthy meal and just couldn’t find a recipe. But then, I discovered something so magical, so amazing that I just knew I had to share it with the world; a website called Hurry the Food Up (hurrythefoodup.com). Just like it sounds, it is a website dedicated to vegetarian and vegan recipes, all of which can be prepared in 30 minutes or under. Now, I am by no means a vegetarian, nor am I a vegan, but this website is an awesome way to get in a healthy snack to supplement your diet. Not only does it give you step by step instructions, the nutritional values of the dish, and often let’s you choose from different options when it comes to your ingredients, but it also gives you a little back story of what you are about to eat, most of which are light and have a dash of humor. A good example is this Zoodle Recipe.

Besides being quick, easy, healthy, and, most importantly, delicious, Hurry the Food Up has almost everything; Lunch, dinner, main dish, side dish, light snack, heavy meal, you name it. Need something that you can make in 5 minutes and put in the fridge for breakfast in the morning? There’s this amazing Oatmeal in a Jar Recipe. Want to try to impress that special someone (AKA Grandma)? There’s this ‘old fashion’ Banana Cookie Recipe. If this hasn’t blown your saliva glands into overdrive, then there is always less conventional recipes, such as The Buddha Bowl, which is my personal favorite.

If you can’t tell, I really, really, really love this website. Probably because I really, really, really, love food. (Like, love it as in, thank Jesus that I was blessed with a fast metabolism or I would most definitely be morbidly obese.) Which makes sense, since they kind of go together like peanut butter and jelly.

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