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PHOTO USE POLICY

Recipes found on GfreeDeliciously.com are created exclusively for this website.  Cooking is my passion, creating recipes, researching the best methods for making them, and writing about the history of the foods in them I use is my art!   Each recipe post takes countless HOURS to create!  The process of producing each recipe involves in-depth work, including cooking, testing, experimenting with ingredients, tools and equipment, photography, editing software, and tons of time. Please respect my guidelines if you would like to share my recipes.

ROUND-UPS

If you are a BLOGGER and you are creating a recipe round-up, I would be honored to be included!  Please feel free to use a photo with a link, and once published, let me know so I can share your round-up on Pinterest with my readers!  I’m sure you already know this, but I kindly ask that you do not include ingredients and directions.

GENERAL GUIDELINES

If you would like to SHARE my recipes, I would love that!  Note that copying and pasting IS NOT sharing.  I do not permit copying and pasting entire recipes on ANY WEBSITE or social media, no exceptions.  Please do not crop off my watermark or add text to my photos.

YOU ARE WELCOME TO post a photo on Facebook with a link leading directly to my recipe.  Please do not post full ingredients and directions on Facebook, including on pages or in groups.

YOU ARE WELCOME TO use the “SHARE” button on any page or found on G-Free Deliciously’s Facebook Page to share a link to any recipe.  DO NOT copy and paste the ingredients and directions list onto the shared post.

RECREATING RECIPES

If you recreate one of my recipes and would like to share it on your blog, you are welcome to do so! 

Please follow these guidelines:

  • Create and take your own photograph.
  • You are welcome to use my list of ingredients exactly as they are written.
  • Please rewrite all directions in your own words. Your blog is about you. Your readers want to hear from you and read what you’ve written, not me! Write them in your own words.
  • Remember to include a link back to the original recipe, or Google can view it as duplicate content!

Taking my recipes and reproducing or copying them, then pasting them on Facebook or on your blog, violates Facebook terms and copyright laws. Please do not take my recipes without permission.

Thank you in advance for using my photos and content in the right way!

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