Food Out Cash In – Food Sharing Clone

Maxine used to work as a checkout assistant in a local supermarket, a job that she had been successfully doing since she was eighteen, a job that she thoroughly enjoyed.  Came the introduction of self-service checkout machines and jobs were axed. There was no need for checkout assistants anymore. Maxine was forty-two years old and she was made redundant.

This was supposed to be her job for life and now she was out in the cold world of unemployment looking for only one job, the job she was good at.  The highly competitive job market only wants fresh, young and talented blood, a criteria that Maxine did not possess. She had no skills that she could bring forward in her bid to get new employment. The only other interest she had in her life was her love of good food and cooking.

One day whilst she was sitting in the park thinking about what she could do with her life, she heard two tourists nearby complaining that they would love to eat a healthy home cooked meal as they had been eating out every day and were tired of the rich and/or food that was usually served at eat outs.

That conversation gave her an idea that she could put into practice. She loved cooking and trying out new dishes. She had found her calling in life. She went home and did some research on how she could actually get her food to the mouths of the hungry.  Thanks to a food sharing clone she found her answer.

Now all she had to do was buy a Food Sharing Clone and start making her passion into money making venture.

Today, thanks to the food sharing clone, Maxine is cooking lovely food everyday for hungry customers from the comforts of her own home and receiving praise and payment for her efforts. She is no longer depressed, but has found a new spring in her step.

How to Use a Food Sharing Clone to Make a Living

If you are one of the Maxines of the world who have lost the will to live, here is your solution to get you out of the doldrums.

As the owner of the business you need to make a minimal investment to buy the food sharing site. One you have bought it, you can post a menu of what you are cooking on a particular day and how much you will be charging for a portion. You can offer either dine in facilities or a take away, depending on your preference.

Hungry people on the lookout for decent home cooked food will look you up and if they fancy what you are offering,  they will order it. You get an idea of how many portions you need to cook depending on the number of customers you have.

Depending on the option you have offered all these hungry horses will either eat at your place and take the food away and eat in the comforts of their own homes.

I have yet to tell you the best bit. The online cash payment option is an added advantage for both you and the diner. However, they can also opt to give you cash when they come for the meal. Isn’t it just a brilliant idea?

Wondering who I am? I am Maxine, the checkout counter who is now running a fine dining eatery from home, thanks to the food sharing clone.