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- It’s Not Okay to use a photo off this site without my permission first. This includes sharing it as your own on any social media platform.
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- If you are planning to adapt one of my recipes, please change more than just one or two things. Make it YOURS. And, remember to give credit from who inspired you. (you can simply say “recipe adapted from Awe Filled Homemaker” with a link to the recipe)
- PLEASE contact me if you have any questions or want to share my recipes on your site! I will be very thankful for the exposure, but I want to make sure it’s done in a way that will not get either of us in trouble!
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