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I've been very keen and excited about creating a blog on recipes. Getting it done on my own and achieving it is most satisfying. I'm very interested in baking, a bit on cooking and eager to try out the various delicious recipes that are on the internet. However, I like to twist and experiment with the recipes to my liking. I would like to share 'my creations' and also welcome any comments, feedback so that I can continue to improve and explore my baking and cooking skills.

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  1. just wondering ... if you are keen to share your recipes ... quote "I would like to share 'my creations'" unquote

    then why the Copyscape protection of not allowing readers to scan n copy ?

    mary

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  2. Hi Anonymous
    Thanks for dropping by my blog. I would like to clarify that I post my recipes on my blog to share with readers for home use and not for any form of profit making and plagiarism. No part of my blog is to be copied and published without my consent. Doing so is tantamount to stealing. Copyscape is there to protect my rights online and defend against the threats of plagiarism and content theft. I hope I have made my stand clear.

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