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Is it OK to write a recipe hub without an introduction?
I had seen many hubs without any introduction, just the ingredients and method of cooking, no photos and nothing about the hubber thoughts. Is it okay to do so? I am surprised that these hubs were nominated too.
I think it comes down to personal preference. If the hubs are published and have been nominated then technically it is fine in that you don't need to have an introduction for it to be accepted by Hub Pages. However, I would say that an introduction is very important in setting the scene (in whatever you write) about why you are writing about that particular topic/sharing a recipe which may have some family heritage or how you discovered it.
Of course articles with pictures, videos, nutritional information will make it more content rich and I am more likely to be engaged as like to see the pictures especially when it comes to food recipes so I know what it is meant to look like in the various stages.
I try to add all the recipe capsules in my recipe hubs & give a small intro. too with step by step pictures. I just fail to write about the nutrition's in my recipe as i am very little aware of that. But still I see many hubbers which have simple text capsules with just ingredients & cooking ins. & a photo. The recipes are good but poorly presented. I don't think it's the right way but we can only suggest them, can't change their thoughts.
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