Mealku Lets You Share Your Home-Cooked Meals with the World
July 5th, 2013
Think you’ve got what it takes to be (insert your country of origin here)’s top chef? You might not have your own cooking show or the chance to join some cooking competition, but you can serve people with your signature dishes and earn points (and even cash) while you’re at it.
This is only made possible by Mealku, a homemade meal cooperative.
Mealku operates from NYC but according to their website, the concept can be “introduced wherever people gather.” So here’s how it works: you post meals to earn Ku points, and you order meals to spend Ku points. Accumulate a hundred Ku or more in a month and you get $30 cash back. Each 250 Ku and you get $100 back. There are a bunch of other ways to earn Ku, like reviewing dishes and referring other people to the site. In terms of the meals, Mealku takes care of picking up the food containers and delivering them to other members of the co-op. In addition, Mealku reviews home cooks for cleanliness and proper food sanitation before allowing them into the cooperative.
You might not turn in a hefty profit after all that cooking, but think of it as a reimbursement for the ingredients that you used to put together meals that probably made other people’s day.
Interested? You can head on over to Mealku.com for more information.
[via Laughing Squid]
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