We've all heard the word "foodie" before... But Have you ever wondered what exactly gives someone the right to call themselves a "foodie"? The term is used so loosely that it's hard to tell if someone is really a true foodie or not.
By definition, a foodie is someone with a deep interest in food, in both cooking and eating. But there has to be more to it than that, right? Or else why would certain people get upset at other people calling themselves foodies? That basic definition of the term practically describes everyone who enjoys food for sustenance and taste.
Our taste buds are designed to automatically ignite an interest in food, especially when it tastes goo, so that definition alone, isn't enough to explain what a true foodie is. In fact, true foodies will argue you down over what a foodie truly is! So before you go and label yourself as a foodie around other foodies, honestcooking.com recommends you,
BE able to recommend a restaurant while providing several menu options
BE knowledgeable on various cooking styles
BE able to pick out flavors and ingredients in various dishes
Those are just a few recommendations that will save you a scolding and embarrassment from real foodies. To settle the score on what a foodie really is, it's safe to say that a foodie is someone who is extremely passionate about food and all its facets. It's also safe to say that a foodie will travel the world just to pursue their food passion.
TRAVELING THE WORLD FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD
It's no secret that travel and tourism were designed with the foodie in mind. Although the term is still fairly new, the love of food isn't. There are food festivals, cooking TV shows, and food tours all over the world that people enjoy but only a true foodie lives, eats, and breathes food. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that foodies travel the world just to satisfy their foodie desires.
But traveling the world just to satisy your foodie desires isn't a realistic way of life... You still have a lofe outside of food, right? You at least have to work! Well, of course, but the thing about some foodies is that they love food so much that they've made being a foodie a complete lifestyle! And you can too if you're as passionate about food as you think you are!
The great news is that you can take your passion for food, travel all over the world, and make money while fulfilling your passion!
If you consider yourself a foodie and want to explore the lifestyle of a traveling foodie, here are some of the best ways to earn income with jobs involving food, all while fulfilling your passion for food.
WAYS TO MAKE MONEY WITH FOOD WHILE TRAVELING THE WORLD
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In many cultures, it's a sacred and religious tradition to pray before you eat your food... Well, in the world of foodie-ism, it's a sacred tradition to take pictures of your food before you eat! There's just something about when your food is brought out to you, the smell, the presentation of the food, and the overall vibe of the dining location just makes you want to share your experience with the entire world! And there's nothing wrong with that... In fact, there's a whole business that focuses on it.
There are lots of entrepreneurs who have started their own online business with the sole focus of selling food photography. The amazing thing about selling food photography is that it doesn't just have to be pictures of meals. Food Photography can come in the form of:
- Pictures of spices and ingredients
- Pictures of food vendors from all over the world
- Pictures of the restaurant staff (cooks, chefs, servers, managers, etc)
- Pictures of customers enjoying their meals
If you can follow the simple steps to build your online storefront, you'll be able to post your pictures on your site and vloggers, bloggers, and fellow foodies will be able to purchase the photos you had the peasure of taking and utilize them for their own personal use.
You can even sell various ingredients and spices you've taken pictures of through your site if you wanted. With an online store, you can sell practically anything!
Food Truck Owner
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Being a food truck owner, you literally embody the definition of "meals on wheels"... but being a food truck owner also gives you the ability to travel the world and make money doing it ! Maybe you are a connoisseur of all things involving a hot dog... You could take your hot dog skills and share your delicious dogs with the whole world!
It's amazing the places you will find yourself on four wheels.
Stylists have always been though of as people working in the makeup, hair, and fashion industries... little do most people know that stylists run deep in the food industry as well! Just think about it... those bacon, avocado-ranch burgers don't just come off the grill looking that tasty... It takes a food stylist to make them look that good for restaurant menus.
If you consider yourself as someone who has a knack for putting things together and who personally, always makes your own homecooked meals look delicious, a career in food styling might be an avenue for you to travel down.
As a foodie, you've probably experienced the good, the bad, and the ugly of food, and in those food experiences, isn't it your duty to inform the world of your dining experiences? If you're a foodie who feels that type of social responsibility, then you're going to love working as a food critic.
Maybe you had a great experience at Friends and Family in BGC and wanted to share your experience with your online audience... That's a great way to not only inform the public but to also enhance your critiquing skills. As a food critic, you're not only providing helpful information on the food but also on the overall experience.
Everything from the food and service to the cleanliness of the environment and overall vibe of the dining establishment, all paints a picture for those reading. Details are everything!
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