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How Cookbooker Works
The Web is a fantastic place for ratings, reviews and sharing opinions on everything, including recipes. But what about the millions of recipes locked up in cookbooks and food magazines? Until now they've been left out of the discussion.
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- 2. Review your favorite recipes
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