I usually write recipe hubs where the ingredients are almost the same in meat recipes,
I usually write recipe hubs where the ingredients are almost the same in meat recipes, only the quantity changes. Cant I just copy the ingredients from my hubs and simply write down the changed quantity?
Yes you can do that just make sure your method is different so as to avoid duplication
Yes it is completely ok, Just write it in another sort of way. If it does pop up as Duplication, then take it up with the hubpages team. They are a wonderful bunch. I doubt though it should be a problem, if your Recipie hubs are well off different from each other! 8-)
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