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Food, recipes and cooking, sites and apps. Ways to find and digitise all your favourite recipes. Presentation for patrons of Noosa Library Services

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FoodNet

  1. 1. FoodNet – digital resources Image - AKlein Carmel Galvin librarycurrants.blogspot.com
  2. 2. Note drop down arrow for more information Food facts
  3. 3. sweet potato vs pumpkin
  4. 4. https://www.wolframalpha.com/
  5. 5. Multiple combinations
  6. 6. Australian food history timeline
  7. 7. Food timeline
  8. 8. Search on any site, page
  9. 9. YouTube channels Search food or recipes or a person’s name
  10. 10. Just one shelf
  11. 11. My Recipes
  12. 12. http://www.eatyourbooks.com/
  13. 13. Search by ingredient
  14. 14. My Recipes
  15. 15. Windows, Mac, iOS, Android
  16. 16. Multiple notebooks and notes • typing • voice • camera • scanner • web clipping • email Add new note by
  17. 17. Tags - up to 25 per note Searchable Notebooks
  18. 18. Search
  19. 19. • Format • Tags • Sharing • Tick boxes
  20. 20. iPad Snippets view
  21. 21. Cards view
  22. 22. • typing • voice • camera • scanner • web clipping • email Phones
  23. 23. Extensions for Chrome
  24. 24. From this…………
  25. 25. ….to this, viewed in Clearly Editing tools for adding comments, tags before sending to Evernote
  26. 26. View all your recipes in a cookbook
  27. 27. http://foodblogsearch.com/
  28. 28. Make the recipes come to you http://feedly.com Web and mobile apps Add feeds e.g. Bon appetit, Saveur, Foodriot
  29. 29. Add your choices
  30. 30. View as magazine or list
  31. 31. Most used
  32. 32. Other favourites
  33. 33. Enjoy your recipes! Image - AKlein Carmel Galvin librarycurrants.blogspot.com

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