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MasterChef SA contestant to launch chef-inspired plant-based delivery service

Kamini Pather, the winner of MasterChef South Africa season 2, is adding to her impressive repertoire with FÜDY, a new plant-based food delivery service with a focus on catering to macro-nutrient diets with a variety of choices.

 

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The Girl Eat World star explains that FÜDY is aimed at taking the brainwork out of eating healthy: “It will enable everyone to live healthier, happier and ultimately more successful lives,” says Kamini.

 

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Together with her business partners, Kamini has spent months honing each dish, ensuring wholesome and delicious results. Think plant-based Alfredo with cashew-nut cream and portobello mushrooms; satays with turmeric root, lemongrass and coconut milk; mushy peas with garden peas, avo and mint; and buttery curries with roasted masala and cold coconut oil. All dishes will be paired with low GI carbs, fresh veggies and proteins derived from consciously sourced plant or animal sources. These include crispy tofu, chickpea and nigella seed smash, and black bean and quinoa falafels. The dishes will also be served and delivered in beautifully designed fully recyclable containers.

 

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FÜDY is set to launch in Cape Town through Uber Eats from 1 November, followed by ghost kitchens to pop up throughout the country at a later stage.

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