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Sambhar Mafia - Cooked To Kill!

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Barter Food Stuff Thru Blogs

Gimme Your Stuff

The people behind Gimmeyourstuff sent me a mail asking me to write about them. Gimmeyourstuff is somewhat similar to One Red Paper Clip Blog. Gimmeyourstuff intends to promote cultural exchange by encouraging people to swap items (mainly food related). Do take part if you are interested. It looks like a novel initiative and is bound to catch on after more people come to know about it.


  • So, Sambhar -- wanna swap?

    Tex-Mex, BBQ, local news and oddness...I'm listed on gimmeyourstuff, so let's "chat"!

    By Blogger Lori Witzel, at 3:04 AM  

  • hey there isnt anything much on this exchange site...

    By Blogger Nandhu, at 4:04 AM  

  • Hmmmm not sure that I would want to take food stuff from unknown people on the net. Then again if anyone had offered to barter paruppu podi in return for chocolates I might have been tempted a year ago when I was hundreds of miles away from any Indian shop.

    By Blogger WA, at 7:39 AM  

  • @Lori,
    I don't have anything to offer right now :-)

    It is still early days yet. they are about to build momentum.

    You are asking for too much. That doesn't look like a fair deal.

    By Blogger Kaps, at 10:51 AM  

  • sounds interesting...

    I am not too sure if it works in India

    By Blogger Rakesh, at 10:53 AM  

  • Hi Kaps, thanks for the support!!!
    Yes, we're only new but we're building up pretty quickly! Our first exchange packages should all be reaching their destinations soon, so keep reading and we'll let everyone know what happens!

    By Blogger Rikki, at 12:24 PM  

  • Rakesh-I am interested In getting some more of that real indian chai... If you wanna swap something aussie for some good chai go to the site and comment on my Vegimite post! But it doesn't have to be a swap for vegemite, I am flexible.

    By Blogger ThomP, at 3:44 PM  

  • Sambhar, Thaks for your coverage on this new barter site. I'm going to mention it on our web site, www.barternews.com We publish a magazine on barter (for 25 years) and are always interested in new, innovative thinking. Best wishes, Bob Meyer, publisher

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:51 AM  

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