App reviews have become a regular feature here on Pescetarian Journal, so (I thought) why not have an App Week with giveaways of my favorite apps? As a pescetarian, I’m concerned about the state of fish stocks, their health, and the impact of fish farming on the environment. There’s great seafood coming from U.S. seafood farms, which ensure the health of their stocks while minimizing negative environmental impact. I have apps that give me current information about the seafood industry and what should and should not end up on my family’s plate. I search for apps that teach me how to find the best seafood, to talk expertly with fish mongers, and to cook seafood dishes that will thrill the most seafood-savvy foodie.
What About the Giveaways?
I’ll post several app reviews this week, each with one or more giveaways of an app that you would normally have to buy. Becoming eligible to win the app will be easy (just three steps): a comment, a “like” on my Facebook fan page, and a “like” on the app developer’s Facebook fan page. That’s it! Let’s start with my current favorite app, Teach Me Sushi.
I reviewed Teach Me Sushi last Sunday and showed off my version of the “Fashion Sandwich.” This week I made the more basic Maki roll with lump crab, avocado, and cucumber. Teach Me Sushi helped my sushi look and taste authentic despite my lack of expertise. Before this app came along, I had made sushi only twice and the results were laughable, but no more. (Click here for a printable recipe for the sushi.)
|My sushi–made using the Teach Me Sushi app tutorial|
The Teach Me Sushi app developers are allowing three app downloads, which currently cost $4.99 each, and that means there will be three winners from this post. (The app is currently available for iPhone, iTouch, and iPad.) I will use www.random.org to choose the winners.
- Leave a comment on this post naming the type of sushi roll or preparation you would love to be able to make and explain why.
- Click on the following link and “like” my Facebook page: Pescetarian Journal on Facebook
- Click on the following link and “like” the Teach Me Sushi fan page: Teach Me Sushi on Facebook
Important: While completing the form to leave a comment, please leave your e-mail address in the form (or send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org). Your e-mail will not be published. I will need to contact you if you are a winner!