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How To Create 100% Original Recipes?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by tdtemo, Jul 10, 2013.

  1. tdtemo

    tdtemo Regular Member

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    hello,
    I want create unique and quality articles for recipes site. I have recipes copied from other pages and want create unique for my site. I want create ~ 500 recipes and for me very interested how to create them?

    any advice?
    Thanks
     
  2. mrblackjack

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    You can use the web archive to track some old recipes website that are no longer exist, and just grab their recipes content. It will be unique, not duplicate since Google probably removed them by now (obviously u need to check that)
     
  3. Enigmatic_21

    Enigmatic_21 Newbie

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    Find some new or old recipes and modify them a bit
     
  4. StevenD

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    Use if from some old recipes books :)
     
  5. SimonRohde

    SimonRohde Regular Member

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    Turn of your computer, and go to the kitchen and try :)
     
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  6. StevenD

    StevenD BANNED BANNED

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    and don't forget to bring a piece of paper with you :)
     
  7. deancow

    deancow Power Member

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    Try using iWriter, there are plwnty of writers from around the world so you can get cheap Indian, SE Asian recipes fairly easily.
     
  8. 335ix

    335ix Junior Member

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    you can use another system ... e.g. instead of metric system use Imperial and US customary units :)
    [h=2][/h]
     
  9. BacklinksRadar

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    mix and match from different recipe sites and reword them or insert them into an auto spinner
     
  10. 335ix

    335ix Junior Member

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    yea, spin ingredients! :) maybe the food won't be edible anymore, but who cares, you will have 100% original recipes :D
     
  11. tdtemo

    tdtemo Regular Member

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    Code:
    Pudding Ingredients:
    
    • 4 cups (8 slices) cubed white bread
    • 1/2 cup raisins
    • 2 cups milk
    • 1/4 cup butter
    • 1/2 cup sugar
    • 2eggs, slightly beaten
    • 1 tablespoon vanilla
    • 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
    
    
    
    
    Sauce Ingredients:
    • 1/2 cup butter
    • 1/2 cup sugar
    • 1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar
    • 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
    • 1 tablespoon vanilla
    
    
    
    
    Directions for Pudding:
    Heat oven to 350°F. Combine bread and raisins in large bowl. Combine milk and 1/4 cup butter in 1-quart saucepan. Cook over medium heat until butter is melted (4 to 7 minutes). Pour milk mixture over bread; let stand 10 minutes. 
    Stir in all remaining pudding ingredients. Pour into greased 1 1/2-quart casserole. Bake for 40 to 50 minutes or until set in center. 
    Directions for Sauce:
    Combine all sauce ingredients except vanilla in 1-quart saucepan. Cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until mixture thickens and comes to a full boil (5 to 8 minutes). Stir in vanilla. 
    To serve, spoon warm pudding into individual dessert dishes; serve with sauce. Store refrigerated
    for example this is recipes. I can hire somebody, but I don't know good place where somebody rewriting recipes. Any advice?
     
  12. Duffers5000

    Duffers5000 Elite Member

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    I see you are going for the heart attack recipes niche.

    You got good advice above, scrape recipes fromexpired sites off the web archive. Change measures from imperial to metric. Slightly change recipe titles and make small revisions to ingredient sizes..instead of 500 gms just say 450.
     
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  13. tdtemo

    tdtemo Regular Member

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    I have popular recipes and I want rewrite them :( I don't want to scrape old sites
     
  14. spmcnerd

    spmcnerd Regular Member

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    Don't spin the ingredients. To be safe spin the preparation/directions. Sometimes they will go off on their personal journeys. Don't include that stuff... If you were to make a recipe for cane syrup no matter what you or anybody is only going to have 2 ingredients (cane sugar and water).

    More for you to read http://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl122.html
     
  15. AlphaTwin

    AlphaTwin Registered Member

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    First you need to make it clear, what the intention of adding these recipes to your website is.
    My guess is, that they will act as content on the website, that you want Google to index, in the hope that people will find your website through certain search queries.

    In this case, what would people be most likely to search for? Probably not the individual ingredients ("1 cup of flour", meat might be an exception though) but the name of the recipe itself ("Pasta Carbonarra recipe") or a description of the recipe ("Romantic dinner for two", "easy dinner for two").

    With this knowledge, we can ignore the fact that the ingredients list won't be unique: if we want to make sure we don't get penalized for dublicate content, we can even save the ingredients list as an image instead of text. The content that REALLY matter is the title and the description, while the instructions simply need to be comprehensible and unique.

    This is how I would do:
    1. Research the relevant keywords for the recipe
    2. Make sure the name/title of the recipe is H1, and is mentioned in the description a couple of times
    3. Write a description using the keywords and title.
    4. Save the ingredients list in a way so Google doesn't recognize it as content - e.g. an image.
    5. Use a spinning tool for the instructions part; the quality of the instructions aren't that important for your goal, and there's a lot of tools that can automatically spin content like this into something pretty unique.
     
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    freezeice04 Power Member

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    There's tonnes of cook books that haven't been made electronic, just look for those and re-write them.
     
  17. Trepanated

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    I would also go down the copying route, but would look in places where they are less likely to have made their way onto the web.

    Magazines always have recipes so I'd look for a source of old magazines - there must be 10s of thousands out there and they'd be very cheap to buy in bulk.
     
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    To get even more content for you recipes you could use wolframalpha to get nutrition facts and ect.
     
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  19. 335ix

    335ix Junior Member

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    that's pretty good "out of box" idea sir!

    and thank you, because it brings me to even better idea with my own (not cooking) sites!
     
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    Ask your grandma :)