Re: [Raw Food] Shari / Crackers
- Sorry, but it's not my recipe and it is in a published book. You will see
it when the book arrives. I'm just a little uncomfortable putting someone
else's recipe out there.
If I get recipes at classes, I have no problem sharing them as I always ask
the instructors for permission. However, the only one from a class in
Gabriel's book was the flax/pecan/zucchini one and that was a class long
before the book was published.
- Shari wrote:
> I'm just a little uncomfortable putting someoneWe should respect the copyright rights of book authors ...
> else's recipe out there.
nevertheless, if you copy one recipe into the list files, and clearly
label as from such-and-such book, that is allowable. There is a gray
line somewhere when you copy 95 recipes....<grin>
Most of the recipes that have gotten into the list files have been
recommended by someone who was either using a book, or reading other
websites. When that information has been available, it has been
attached to the file information -- both so people who like those
recipes can go somewhere to get more similar ones from the same
people, and so that we cannot be blamed for copying recipes without
citing the sources.
If you come on the list raving about X recipe, it would be nice if you
would publish that list to the recipe.. in the end, you would be doing
word-of-mouth advertising for the author of the recipes without
necessarily requiring that the list member even get up out of her/his
seat to buy the book (yea! Internet! we can just change a screen and
run over to our favorite book ordering source and order the fabulous
book that had that recipe in it, once we know that the recipe is good
in our kitchen!)
- So what book is it from and which recipe is it?
On May 30, 2006, at 9:36 PM, SV wrote:
> Sorry, but it's not my recipe and it is in a published book. You
> will see
> it when the book arrives. I'm just a little uncomfortable putting
> else's recipe out there.
> If I get recipes at classes, I have no problem sharing them as I
> always ask
> the instructors for permission. However, the only one from a class in
> Gabriel's book was the flax/pecan/zucchini one and that was a class
> before the book was published.
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- Savory Crackers from "Rainbow Green Live Food Cuisine" by Dr. Gabriel
Cousens. Search for The Tree of Life with any search engine and you'll find
- Thanks! I've got that book, but have not tried that recipe...I'll put
it on my list.
On Jun 1, 2006, at 12:44 AM, SV wrote:
> Savory Crackers from "Rainbow Green Live Food Cuisine" by Dr. Gabriel
> Cousens. Search for The Tree of Life with any search engine and
> you'll find