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Students can create their own family's personalised recipe book or contribute a chapter to a class or school one.

The Family Recipe Book

Marker Australia
Students 'interview' their family members following the Q&A templates using voice-to-text AI to collect the favourite recipes and cultural stories about why that food is special. Students can invite others to contribute directly into the printable digital book too. Books can be shared online or printed & gifted at school ceremonies or sold for fundraising.
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The Family Recipe Book

“I loved finding out about my Grandma when she was a girl and the food her mother used to make in France. It was easy to collect more recipes from my family in America too, using the collaboration feature. I gave the finished book to my Grandma and Mum and they couldn't stop crying. Good tears though." Nikita, 11 years old, Sydney Australia”

Carey Furze, Founder

Students 'interview' their family members following the Q&A templates using voice-to-text AI to collect their favourite recipes and cultural stories about why that food is special. Students can invite others to contribute directly into the printable digital book too. Books can be shared online or printed & gifted at school ceremonies or sold for fundraising.

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10 - 18
Age Group
2017
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Any device connected to WiFi.
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