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vchuchman

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Posted: 18 May 2010, 12:43
How long does it take for recipes to be approved? I have submitted about 10 recipes in the last 3 weeks. Three are pending and the others are awaiting approval.
thoj

Joined: Jan 10
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Posted: 18 May 2010, 13:19
I was wondering this too. I submitted about 5 recipes MONTHS ago and none of them have been approved yet. I wondered if it was because who ever makes these decisions didn't think they were healthy enough or something, but I have seen some recipes that I would consider VERY unhealthy on this website, so I don't think that is it anymore. I would also like to know the answer to this.
healsdata

Joined: Jul 07
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Posted: 18 May 2010, 14:11
I have a recipe that's been awaiting approval for over a year. Not 100% sure what's up with that; if they don't have the staff to approve them any more, then you'd think they'd just allow them all through and then let the community report any that are inappropriate.

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"There's no doubt that the Atkins diet will lower your cholesterol, weight and blood pressure and get rid of your diabetes, but then what?" asked Dr. Robert Rosati, the cardiologist who runs The Rice Diet Program Clinic, granddaddy of Durham's diet centers.

I guess there's really no pleasing some people. Laughing (Source: http://bit.ly/ekORk0)



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