Korean Food Ma:tt 02 (by Studio Meotjitan) is an iPad magazine app introducing the health benefits of fermented Korean foods through an innovative navigation system featuring recipes, stories, videos and slideshows that will educate and help you to cook your own Korean cuisine at home. Now that I am getting older, eating healthier is more important than when I was in my 20’s (wolfing down Big Macs). This app can teach all of us how to take advantage of the health properties many Korean foods provide and how to make those foods using the information in this application. This iPad magazine app provides a very intuitive and easy-to-use navigation system that provides subtle fancy red arrows to guide you through the content.
Speaking of content, you can read, watch videos, and view slideshows all while learning about Korean recipes that will help you create good tasting and healthy food. Korean Food Ma:tt 02 is also FREE, so why not do something good for yourself and explore a new kind of eating — better eating. Watch our other iPad video app demos for more awesome iPad app videos. Crazy Mike
Korean Food Ma:tt 02 iPad App Details
Title: Korean Food Ma:tt 02
Size: 338.38 MB
Developer: Studio Meotjit
Store: iTunes App Store
Korean Food Ma:tt 02 iPad App Download Link
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Korean Food Ma:tt 02 iPad App Developers Description
South Korea’s representative on the topic of cooking fermented foods ‘Korean Food Ma:tt’’ was born.
MA:TT is an ipad magazine, the leader of tasty and healthy ‘well-being.’ We introduce traditional Korean food like Kimchi, Bibimbab and Bulgogi.
The amounts of nutrients that are made through the process of fermentation are about 3 million and when these nutrients are absorbed, they play a useful role physiologically. Moreover, a variety of nutrients that are made through fermentation bring about a savory taste and they prevent adult diseases through intestinal regulation.