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If an alien dropped in from outer space and only had food blogs and YouTube Chanels to go by they might conclude that most Earthlings are Vegan and obsessed with cooking.

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This may be my favorite-I looked up a cranberry bread recipe and chose this one, realized I've made lots of her recipes!
I'm good at deciphering what's right
 
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And maybe, who knows, you'll get inspired and develop your own food blog to make this unpretentious, but nonetheless exacting, cut.
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I like this guy. It's got a good mix of simple and more complicated recipes, pretty much all of which I like the look of.

Ta. This one is full of great ideas.
 

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Spotted this article in my newsfeed this morning.
Pretty close to a waste of pixels.


"If you're dealing with gluten-free or vegan dietary needs, it can be hard to find recipes. Here are the five best sites to help you out."

Hard to find?? Like finding water in a rainstorm?

Well at least the article points the reader to Minimalist Baker and Forks Over Knives.
the other three I've never heard of. I checked out the #1 choice, Milk Free Mom. Its a well made website but I was not especially impressed with the recipes. Off hand I can think of a half dozen better ones.
 
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Spotted this article in my newsfeed this morning.
Pretty close to a waste of pixels.


"If you're dealing with gluten-free or vegan dietary needs, it can be hard to find recipes. Here are the five best sites to help you out."

Hard to find?? Like finding water in a rainstorm?

Well at least the article points the reader to Minimalist Baker and Forks Over Knives.
the other three I've never heard of. I checked out the #1 choice, Milk Free Mom. Its a well made website but I was not especially impressed with the recipes. Off hand I can think of a half dozen better ones.
I'm sooooo very sick of them linking vegan with gluten free! So much that many people I know think vegans don't eat anything with wheat!
 
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