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*[http://www.foodista.com Foodista] is a general purpose cooking encyclopedia licensed CC-BY.
*[http://www.foodista.com Foodista] is a general purpose cooking encyclopedia licensed CC-BY.
*[http://thefoodgeek.com The Food Geek], a CC-BY-licensed food blog by Brian J. Geiger.
*[http://thefoodgeek.com The Food Geek], a CC-BY-licensed food blog by Brian J. Geiger.
*[http://apetito.ikso.net/ Bonan Apetiton], a CC-BY-SA-licensed recipes in the Esperanto language.

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It is important to note that recipes per se are not copyrightable (although their written expression is). The Food Geek has a good explanation of this legal principle.

The following sites license food-related items (mainly recipes) using FCW licenses:

  • Nibbledish (formerly Open Source Food) lists Creative Commons-licensed recipes.
  • Foodista is a general purpose cooking encyclopedia licensed CC-BY.
  • The Food Geek, a CC-BY-licensed food blog by Brian J. Geiger.
  • Bonan Apetiton, a CC-BY-SA-licensed recipes in the Esperanto language.