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Copy Recipes And Store In Protective Sheets

You can take all your recipes and copy them with a scanner to a computer, print, or use copy machine at library and they become the same size page. Some pages will have more than one recipe, so make sure they are in the same category. Then place them in plastic protective pages with a flap at top.

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Take the larger post-it note paper and write cakes on the first cake page. Then take wide tape and cover these post-its with tape, making it all mess and water proof. Also you can have the recipes on front and back, saving paper and saving storage space.

Do next set of recipes for meats. You can use the pink post-it for meat, green for vegetables, yellow for fruit, blue for dairy, and orange for breads.

By cj from Minot, ND

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November 21, 20110 found this helpful

Forgot to mention to place the sheets into a binder, now you have one cookbook. However, there is another way to organize these sheets.

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Get a small red binder for meat, brown for baked goods and gren for vegetables and so on till they are placed in binder or binders.

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November 21, 20110 found this helpful

Forgot to mention to place the sheets into a binder, now you have one cookbook. However, there is another way to organize these sheets. Get a small red binder for meat, brown for baked goods and gren for vegetables and so on till they are placed in binder or binders.

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November 21, 20110 found this helpful

Forgot to mention to place the sheets into a binder, now you have one cookbook. However, there is another way to organize these sheets.

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Get a small red binder for meat, brown for baked goods and gren for vegetables and so on till they are placed in binder or binders.

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October 30, 20130 found this helpful

Buy the plastic sleeves with three holes punched on the side. Buy a 3 ring binder and a package of 5 tabs. One for breakfasts, one for salads, one for meat/fish dishes, one for cakes/ cookies, one for pies. You just made your own cookbook!

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