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Foodie Dice

Most people agonize over what to cook for dinner every day, well now you can shake up your cooking routine with the Foodie Dice. The fun and beautifully designed Foodie Dice are a fast solution for figuring out what to cook, with what and how. The set consists of 9 wooden dice, 5 primary dice and 4 seasonal dice, each representing ingredient categories and cooking methods, some are more common and some are meant to get you to be adventurous. With over 186,000 combinations to inspire creativity in the kitchen, the Foodie dice will help you escape those overwhelming cookbooks and tired old habits. watch the video

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