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JASMO is an early stage startup connecting customers to home cooks in view of preparing a healthy, tasty meal topped with food intelligence and a learning experience.
JASMO is an early stage startup connecting customers to home cooks in view of preparing a healthy, tasty meal topped with food intelligence and a learning experience.

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WISHES FOR YOU
FROM JASMO
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PREPARING THANKSGIVING

We want to relieve you from some stress for tomorrow’s
ALL AMERICAN TRADITION dinner.
1. Buy some new kitchen towels
2. Get some sheet pans
3. Make sure you have a serrated knife in the house
4. Fetch an instant-read thermometer
5. Have an extra wine-opener.

http://nyti.ms/2yKpgo8
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THANKSGIVING’S FOOD HISTORY

Let's start the one-week countdown to Thanksgiving!
We blogged before about a recipe for a happy heart and succulent, crispy turkeys. We all know that the big bird is the main ingredient for the present Thanksgiving dinner. But do you know the turkey was not at all eaten at the first Thanksgiving celebrations? According to food historians, the settlers likely ate roast duck or goose. Seafood, including lobster, clams, and mussels, were also served at the Thanksgiving table. Chestnuts and walnuts from the forest were a natural pick and used as sides, as well as squash, carrots, and peas from the crops.
When composing your menu for Thanksgiving, do you dare to switch ingredients by going back in history? Good luck!

Check the list of ingredients:
http://bit.ly/2z9FUxH

Read another Thanksgiving blog:
https://jasmo.me/blog/details/10
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JASMO ENTERTAINING AT HOME

Don’t hesitate: Order JASMO
For us, the food and the conversation are the focus, just as it is for Katherine Graham. The ambiance, lots of candles and getting people together over a healthy and tasty meal is what it’s all about. To quote Cathy Graham, her former daughter-in-law, “There is something cozy about entertaining at home. I always tell people don’t be afraid. It’s fun.”

Let us help you: we shop for groceries, we do the cooking and the kitchen clean up. Now you can focus on taking care of your guests, creating the right ambiance, some candles and flowers, and finally, have that great conversation with the ones you love.

Here are more expert tips:
http://wapo.st/2hlNcTz
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JASMO IS GRILLING FOR YOU

JASMO makes your Argentinian burger from scratch in your own kitchen. The ground beef we buy and put in the insulated JASMO fresh groceries-bag is ‘lean ground beef.' No ‘beef fat’ added, no hormones, no additives, no antibiotics, no phosphates, no extenders, no binders.
Your private Home Cook turns this excellent beef into a healthy and tasty burger, only by adding onion and seasoning. She or he will ask you how you want it grilled. The JASMO Home Cook knows about your food safety and how to avoid undercooked meat.
Did you know that beef has all eight essential amino acids needed for the growth and maintenance of our bodies?

Check the other dishes that complete the JASMO Argentinian Burger Menu on our website.

Read more about the difference between ground beef and burgers.
http://bit.ly/2vTt3OD
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WILL YOU JOIN THE JASMO TEAM?

We are actively looking for Talent to join our startup. Interested people and interns are most welcome to apply via the Career link on the bottom of the home page of our website.
More, in particular, we are urgently looking for a Director of Operations and Marketing, with possibilities for further growth.
* Passionate by food
* Hands-on
* Operational/logistic skills,
* Marketing skills,
* Finance skills
* IT experience/skills/knowledge
* Team worker
Visit us at https://www.jasmo.me and submit at the bottom of the home page through the career link, your resume and motivation letter. We can’t wait to have you join us!
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DIWALI, SEE THE LIGHT

We feel that Diwali is somehow part of JASMO's DNA, given that JASMO’s founder is of Indian origin and the JASMO apps have been developed by Indian coders. On top of that, our executive chef was born and bred in Trinidad, where Diwali is a recognized national holiday.
Millions over the world celebrate the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance. The celebrations go back in time to the legend of the Hindu God Rama and Sita, his wife, who return to their kingdom in the north of India, after being exiled following the defeat of demon king Ravanna.
This festival of light marks the start of the Hindu year, but it is celebrated as well by Jains and Sikhs. It lasts five days in total and starts officially on October 19th. Music, lights, fireworks and sharing traditional sweets: we wish you all a happy Diwali!

Read more about Diwali:
http://ind.pn/2giLstU
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FOOD DESERTS LINKED TO HEART DISEASES

The absence of fresh-produce-sale-points creates food deserts. Studies have revealed that people living in such food deserts are showing higher heart disease risks. First, this link was explained by the lack of accessibility to fresh produce. Further research has uncovered that the elevated cost price of the fresh produce is rather the culprit. People living in these food deserts with higher income do show less heart disease risks because they were able to purchase the fresh produce anyhow, while poor people in fresh produce abundant places show similar higher heart disease risks. What is the solution? We won't be able to eliminate poverty. But why shouldn’t charities focus more on fresh produce instead of canned food? JASMO is always willing to help in this regard.

http://reut.rs/2x0qvid
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CHAMPAGNE GLASSES NEED TECHNOLOGY

How technology can enhance the glass and thus the champagne. The narrow rim of the flute does not encourage champagne aromas to develop, while the coup is too wide allowing the bubble to dissipate too quickly. Tulip glasses with a bulb shape and a wider rim than a flute are the new black!

http://on.ft.com/2x0x8zo


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