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Information: Recipes

For copyright purposes, a work is “original” if it has not been copied from anywhere else.

An original recipe may amount to a copyright literary work. Luckily for cooks, decided cases suggest that following the instructions in a recipe would not infringe copyright! However, the copyright owner’s permission would be needed to reproduce a recipe directly from one book in another book, or to include it in a broadcast.


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