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Good recipes, episode one: A good recipe is well-written

There’s a correlation between being able to spell correctly/write coherently and being able to cook/tell other people how to.  If a recipe is riddled with spelling mistakes or grammatical errors, or just doesn’t seem complete or clear, I’ve learned not to make it.  Of course, there are exceptions, but we’re all about using our time well and finding recipes that are very likely to be what we want, right?  Good grammar + good spelling + clear directions = highest probability of success.

Before you crush yourself with pressure, read this.

Are you a “begin at the beginning” person?  Here’s the post that kicked this series off.


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