NFTs could be the ticket to your next great meal

Big chain restaurants and local chefs are experimenting with NFTs and the metaverse to help market their brands.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 19, 2022
Chef Brad Miller and restaurateur Luke Tabit have tested and eaten hundreds of burgers over the past six months. The two friends and former colleagues have experimented with countless varieties of cheese to observe how they melted, tasted numerous...
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