"I don’t really seek out food trends or content so most of what I get food-wise is through my friends IG stories (if they post restaurant/food content, which I’m not a huge fan of)."
"Same as the above, I don’t actively seek out food content but I do get a lot of it on TikTok, both restaurant recommendations around NYC and interesting at-home recipes for meals/cocktails (mostly cocktails, not sure what that says about me)."
"Although I love food and look for new places to eat, I don’t actively follow/look for food content. How I find places to eat/recipes are through my FYP on TikTok. Creators like @newt on TikTok are fun to watch, especially since his voiceovers are fun."
"I don’t actively look for food content; however, if I ever stumble upon some kind of creative, aesthetic, or cool-looking food content, it’s usually either through TikTok, Instagram, or Pinterest."
"I’m not much of a cook, but when I need a recipe or want to try something fun I’ll search for it on Pinterest and on TikTok."
"I don’t order food that often (or at least I try not to). Most of the time I’ll call the restaurant for pick up. I think there’s still a lot of work to do in terms of workers rights for delivery drivers, and a lot of delivery platforms siphon off a lot of money from restaurants."
"I dine out more. Delivery fees are too much 🥵"
"My mother! Or my roommate’s NYT Cooking subscription."
"I’m horrible at buying separate ingredients for things, usually I make some kind of protein and pair it with rice or incredibly low-effort veggies. So clearly in need of some recommendations :)"
"My mom! I’m very into perfecting traditional recipes to pass on my culture."
"Mom :) and TikTok! #dontyuckmyyum 🖐🏼"
"I have no problems with veganism whatsoever, it’s just not for me! I have a decent amount of vegan friends."
"Not for me personally, but if you like it I love it! You do you."
"I don’t have a problem with it. I could never do it. None of my friends are vegan."