Is there a PLR site dedicated to Paleo Recipes?

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I know of Tasty PLR and Yummy PLR but I was curious if there are any Paleo plr type sites out there. I haven't had much success hiring someone to convert regular recipes to paleo so I was hoping to find a plr site for that.

I really appreciate any input on this topic. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
    https://www.google.com/search?q=Pale...ient=firefox-a

    Not sure there are any dedicated sites to the topic, but personally I'd be digging directly though general searches until I've exhausted myself.

    I've gone 25-30 pages deep on occasion to find things.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dmodegirl
      I've done that too, I keep getting the same 4 plr books but no recipes really. They all seem to be how to paleo books. I'll push further back and see if a gem pops up though.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
        Recipes themselves are not necessarily copyrighted.

        Well, ingredients that is.

        Just a hint on how you might proceed.

        U.S. Copyright Office - Recipes
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        • Profile picture of the author KuhNoodle
          Originally Posted by Jill Carpenter View Post

          Recipes themselves are not necessarily copyrighted.

          Well, ingredients that is.

          Just a hint on how you might proceed.

          U.S. Copyright Office - Recipes
          hmmm I never knew that, so recipes are free for the taking, well the ingredients are??? Now only if there was money in that niche .
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          • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
            Originally Posted by KuhNoodle View Post

            hmmm I never knew that, so recipes are free for the taking, well the ingredients are??? Now only if there was money in that niche .
            There is a LOT of money in that niche.

            Look up Ron Douglas or Willie Crawford.

            Ron took a spin on things by figuring out recipes of popular restaurants and creating a series on that.
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            • Profile picture of the author Sandra Martinez
              Originally Posted by Dmodegirl View Post

              I know of Tasty PLR and Yummy PLR but I was curious if there are any Paleo plr type sites out there. I haven't had much success hiring someone to convert regular recipes to paleo so I was hoping to find a plr site for that.

              I really appreciate any input on this topic. Thanks!
              Here you have your answer...

              Originally Posted by Jill Carpenter View Post

              Recipes themselves are not necessarily copyrighted.

              Well, ingredients that is.

              Just a hint on how you might proceed.

              U.S. Copyright Office - Recipes
              In Amazon there are plenty of books with paleo recipes... Do not copy them, but try your own based on what you find. Then publish your results.
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      • Profile picture of the author dkla27
        Originally Posted by Dmodegirl View Post

        I've done that too, I keep getting the same 4 plr books but no recipes really. They all seem to be how to paleo books. I'll push further back and see if a gem pops up though.
        You need to work just a little bit for your recipes. Here's how:

        1. Read the books about the paleo diet. You will find that some ingredients are allowed and some are not. Same for some processes.

        2. Dig into the thousands of general recipes you can find on the net and select the ones that fit the diets' requirements and use them as they are (You may need to rewrite the cooking process as it may be copyrighted).

        Sure, it will take a few hours to complete, but if you count the hours you spend searching and the fact that you will have your own product it will probably be worth it.
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        • Profile picture of the author PerformanceMan
          Originally Posted by dkla27 View Post

          You need to work just a little bit for your recipes. Here's how:

          1. Read the books about the paleo diet. You will find that some ingredients are allowed and some are not. Same for some processes.

          2. Dig into the thousands of general recipes you can find on the net and select the ones that fit the diets' requirements and use them as they are (You may need to rewrite the cooking process as it may be copyrighted).

          Sure, it will take a few hours to complete, but if you count the hours you spend searching and the fact that you will have your own product it will probably be worth it.
          I like your thinking. Just adapt the existing recipes with the substitutes and away you go.
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  • Profile picture of the author FSohlberg
    Thanks Jill for the info on Copyrighting rules for the US.

    I guess then as long as you change the procedures, you can keep the ingrediences as they are. And don't forget to do your own pictures.

    Maybe even rewriting them in metrics and changing stiring to mixing etc, and doing things in different order to the original recipe might do it..

    /Fred
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  • Profile picture of the author Tomwood
    Doing things in a different order probably won't work that's not how cooking works
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    • Profile picture of the author agmccall
      You really do not need "Paleo" Recipes

      Just take any recipe and "paleotize" it

      The paleo diet is not much different from our basic regular diet, all you need to do is to omit some things and add others.

      For example: take any pot roast recipe and change the cut of meat to "grass fed beef" eliminate the potatoes use gelatin instead of flour for the thickener do not add any dairy and viola you have paleo pot roast

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  • Profile picture of the author abking
    i found this paleoplr.net, not sure this will helpful to you or not...
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