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hRecipe is a draft microformat for publishing details of recipes using (X)HTML on web pages, using HTML classes and rel attributes.[1] In its simplest form, it can be used to identify individual foodstuffs, because the only required properties are fn ("formatted name") and an ingredient,[1] which can be the same:



  1. ^ a b "hRecipe at the Microformats Wiki". Retrieved 2009-08-07. 

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  • hRecipe at the Microformats Wiki

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