Say what you want about Wikipedia, but when it comes to fast information (albeit with questionable reliability), it’s always there for you. Now, the kitchen-savvy will have their own version of Wikipedia with Foodista, which is an online cooking encyclopedia that contains recipes that can be edited by anyone.
According to their site, Foodista aims to build the "world’s largest high-quality cooking encyclopedia." In addition to recipes, it offers information on ingredients, cooking techniques, and kitchen tools. Like Wikipedia, Foodista’s goal is to have a few perfect articles (or recipes) created through a collaborative editing process, rather than hundreds that are essentially the same.
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