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I need recipes.

yeti_mawl's picture
yeti_mawl

I need recipes.

 So I am not too confident in the state of the world, and I wanted to get a good wheat grinder and maybe be a bit more self sufficient.  There were several people that I knew that wanted the same Country Living Grain Mill I was interested in so we put in a bulk order and I became a dealer for the mill.  What to do now?  Well I guess I buy a domain name, something like say, www.Grindwheat.com.  Done.  Now what do I put on the website?  How about recipes.  So here I am. 

I am looking for recipes I can put on my web page.  If you have any you would like to submitt please send the to recipes@grindwheat.com

 I am not sure how large this thing is going to grow.

Many Thanks!

 

Joe M

dmsnyder's picture
dmsnyder

Hmmmm ....

Are you the same yeti_mawl who posted the following in a blog a couple months ago?

"Came across this website, http://www.GrindWheat.com. Looked like a great site for the Country Living Grain Mill. Anybody hae(sic) any bad experiences with an online store?"

If you are looking for customers here, talk to Floyd about paying for advertising space, and keep it on the up and up.

David

Edited: Since I posted this reply, the referenced blog has been deleted. There is still another self-advertisement by this person in another users blog topic.

LeadDog's picture
LeadDog

yeti_mawl do you know what plagiarism is?  It is where you copy the work of other people and present it as your own work.  On your website GrindWheat you copied the text from other websites and use it as your own.  I'm sure that I wouldn't help a person who does this.  You can check out the plagiarism with http://www.copyscape.com/

yeti_mawl's picture
yeti_mawl

I have the express permission use certain content.  Thanks for the iterest!

LeadDog's picture
LeadDog

Some how your words aren't very convincing.