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Millennials are bringing their I-want-to-do attitudes and their mobile devices into the kitchen. Millennials ask lots of questions in the kitchen, but maybe none more frequently than: "Where do I put my phone so I don't spill on it? The smartphone is becoming the ultimate sous-chef for millennials who are taking an I-want-to-do attitude into the kitchen. Our research indicates that online to year-olds how we're defining millennials here prefer the culinary process as much as the finished dish: They want to dive into everything, experiment with new recipes, and learn new skills. In many micro-moments, they're turning to mobile to get all the information and guidance they need.
Cooking trends among millennials: Welcome to the digital kitchen
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