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UGottaEat is creating a social network to conveniently share your home cooked meals within your network, AND find freshly-made meals from local chefs. We bring awareness to mindfully feeding our bodies (eating), socially engaging with our community (sharing), and actively eliminating waste & hunger (loving).

Homemade Meals Without the Hassle


The UGE Mission

UGottaEat is dedicated to connecting friends, families and their communities with home cooked meals, and meals made from scratch through local home cooks, chefs, and caterers.

UGE's Higher Mission

According to Feeding America, an estimated 70-billion pounds of food is wasted each year in the United States. This means, 40% of food in the US goes to waste, yet 1 in 8 Americans face hunger. At UGottaEat, we strive to strengthen families & communities by reducing food waste and make sure that everyone eats.


Spreading A Mindful Movement

"Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being"
-World Health Oganization
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Physical

A smart indicator of health is to ask yourself if you have the energy to accomplish whatever you desire. Staying active and eating fresh foods improve the energy in our bodies and lead to a healthier and happier life. Studies show that sedentary lifestyles, processed food and inflammation in the body significantly contribute to chronic disease.

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Mental

Mindful eating brings awareness to our relationship to food, and helps to make optimal choices for our bodies. The mind and body are cause and effect. Your mind makes the choices that effect the status of your body. Conscious Eating improves the mind/body relationship. Ultimately awareness brings appreciation and fulfillment.

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Social

Having strong social networks with friends, family and community have been shown to lead to longer, healthier lives. Immune systems are strengthened, productivity goes up and moods are elevated. Connecting and sharing builds positive and constructive relationships. It creates Compassion and Gratitude…which are key to inviting Grace into your life.