The winner of "MasterChef South Africa" season two, Kamini Pather, is sharing her culinary skills with Cape Town by launching a vegan food delivery service named F\u00dcDY. Announcing the news via Instagram, Pather wrote,\u00a0"I present you with the 'fruit of my brain',\u00a0@fudydelivery." Introducing her\u00a0"macronutrient weighted, made-to-order, meal delivery service,"\u00a0she explained,\u00a0"Each dish is comprised of enough protein, carbs and fats to keep your fitness and life goals in check, whilst also keeping your taste buds cheering."\u00a0 Noting a gap in the market for a health-focused meal delivery service, the "Girl Eat World" travel show star hopes that\u00a0F\u00dcDY will make healthy eating second nature.\u00a0"This is one of those\u00a0#lifehacks\u00a0that I needed,"\u00a0she explained. "Get home hungry but don\u2019t have the energy to shop or cook. But I still wanted my meals to deliver on nutrient content and flavour."\u00a0 Although not 100 percent plant-based herself, Pather has only positive things to say about vegan eating. She acknowledges that the lifestyle is better for the planet and makes her body feel lighter and healthier. She also told\u00a0IOL that\u00a0"living a plant-based lifestyle has also challenged my cooking style and ability because one has to retrain the brain to think in vegetable terms." View this post on Instagram Yup, @tuxedothedoggo is also chuffed that @fudydelivery launches the 1st of Nov on @ubereats_za. Hope you\u2019re ready for #plantbased deliciousness delivered to your couch\/desk\/bed (if you live dangerously with crumbs between the sheets, who am I to stop you ??\u200d\u2640\ufe0f) #fudydelivery #healthyfood #eatclean #eatlocal #capetown A post shared by Kamini Like Harmony (@kaminipather) on Oct 21, 2018 at 12:22pm PDT Alongside her business partners,\u00a0Pather created a range of wholesome, tasty dishes for her delivery service, including plant-based Alfredo with cashew-nut cream and portobello mushrooms; satays with turmeric root, lemongrass, and coconut milk; and\u00a0"buttery" curries with roasted masala. All dishes are made up of low GI carbs (carbs which release less glucose more slowly), fresh vegetables, and consciously sourced proteins such as crispy tofu and black bean and quinoa falafels. Environmentally friendly as well as healthy, F\u00dcDY meals also come in 100 percent recyclable packaging. F\u00dcDY joins a worldwide movement of plant-based meal companies capitalizing on consumers' evolving preference for healthy and sustainable food options. In the U.S., companies including Veestro, Daily Harvest, and Purple Carrot offer healthy vegan meals that are ready to heat and eat. Elsewhere,\u00a0Plantcurious\u00a0launched the UK\u2019s first fully plant-based recipe box, while\u00a0Simple Feast, a Danish meal\u00a0delivery\u00a0service, launched a\u00a0\u201cQuit Meat\u201d\u00a0hotline to make plant-based eating easier than ever. F\u00dcDY is expected to launch in Cape Town, South Africa on November 1st on Uber Eats. Image Credit:\u00a0Kamini Pather Become a\u00a0CLUBKINDLY\u00a0member today!