Who doesn't enjoy food? I' m sure each of us likes it in one way or another. Cooking for instance can be one of them. Today there's a number of online sites to find recipes such as, Epicurious, Bing and Food Network.com. New to the game now is Yummly, a semantic food search portal that aggregates recipes from connects over 500,000 recipes around the web.The unique feature of Yummly is it's filtration system which is not only based on the type of food, course, and ingredient but can now intelligently break down recipes by diet, allergy, nutrition, price, cuisine, time, taste and sources.
Adding more to it's uniqueness, Yummly is able to recalculate a recipe and reflect the alterations of ingredient amounts and display a breakdown of calories, fats, proteins and carbohydrates. As we've mentioned before, the web learns about you in Web 3.0. So does Yummly which learns from the users preferences, searches, and saved recipes; thus, providing them with more relevant results for every recipe search.
Yummly was founded by former StumbleUpon and eBay employee David Feller in 2009 and today as turned out as the leading search engine for recipes and food matters alike.
Well, you hungry yet?
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