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Food Network watch out; make way for Tastemade

Tastemade on YouTube is a hit with millennials and foodies alike

If you haven't heard of Tastemade, now is the time to get the year-old YouTube studio focused on food and cooking shows on your radar.

Tastemade is being called the Food Network for the millennial generation, the coveted 18-34-year-olds who grew up with a global meets local view of foods.

The studio just raised $10 million in financing from venture capitalists.

It's seen as the hipper, digital counterpart to the Food Network and the Cooking Channel in the U.S.

And chefs beware. Tastemade could turn food bloggers into the celebrity chef of the future.

Tastemade's new mobile app for example, getes users to create their own one-minute cooking shows. Tastemade will not only get ideas for show formats, but on air talent as well.

Already Tastemade has 200,000 subscribers on YouTube, with its shows viewed 18 million times.

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