TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, January 28, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Food lovers and home cooks worldwide unite! It's time to join forces against one of the biggest scourges the food world has ever known - and put it firmly back in its place. From January 15th through February 7th, we're hunting down the biggest, baddest, and fattiest recipes on the internet.
These recipes that don't just bust guts - they'll also clog arteries, send blood pressure soaring and send your cholesterol sky-high! They might be delicious, but they wreck your heart and we won't stand for it anymore!
With Heart Healthy Month coming up in February, Kitchenbug wants your help in rounding up the most extravagantly sinful recipes on the internet and throwing them into Food Jail. If you find the leader of this criminal gang, we'll give you your rightful bounty of a $649 KitchenAid Series 7 Quart Mixer.
Kitchenbug is an online recipe box that also has the ability to instantly analyze any recipe, from any website, by using a bookmarklet. Within seconds, you'll know the calorie and nutritional information of the recipe. Whether you want to eat better or just love to cook, this tool turns a chore into a simple point and click process. With Kitchenbug you can organize all your recipes into boxes, follow other users' recipes, adjust recipes from U.S to Metric and search your recipes with search terms like low fat, cholesterol and heart healthy.
Kitchenbug CEO, Ofir Shahar said "I needed a way to know more about my recipes and track my health. We take the healthy lifestyle seriously. We have Pilates classes once a week and we have our chief dietician Ramon Einav make a weekly grocery list for our office kitchen with healthy choices!"
With readers of All My Faves choosing it as the best Health and Food Website 2013, Kitchenbug is well-positioned to lead the charge against bad food. Will you heed the call and help us to defeat this scourge on our land? Start collecting recipes here http://www.kitchenbug.com/kb/heart-wreck-contest/
Kitchenbug is an online recipe box that can analyze any recipe on the internet and deliver nutritional information in real time. The company has been featured in TechCrunch, GeekTime, JPost and the Washington Street Journal. To find out more, visit Kitchenbug's website http://www.kitchenbug.com