contains information on cooking, and a list of recipes. It may
also contain information on ingredient origin, freshness,
selection and quality, e.g. the Slow Food movement's ark of taste
western cookbooks usually group recipes for main courses by the main
ingredient of the dishes, Japanese cookbooks usually group them by cooking
techniques (e.g., fried foods, steamed foods, and grilled foods). Both
styles of cookbook have additional recipe groupings such as soups, sweets.
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