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Print Recipes in Letter Format

If you print recipes from a website in letter or A4 format, you can put them into a plastic sleeve and put them on the fridge or other metal surface with a magnet. You can keep several recipes in one sleeve (using a strong magnet might be helpful) and swap recipes as you need them.

I also printed an oven temperature guide and stuck it behind the oven (in a sleeve and stuck on with sellotape (sticky-tape) spots ), so when I use recipes from different countries which use different settings, I can easily check what I need to set my oven to.

By TLC4fdfnet from London, UK


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