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  1. I have been a paying member of Allrecipes for several and I will get to the point of why I am throwing that in here. There were some changes to their website effective 9/1/2015 that now make it impossible to find our personal recipes and weblinks. I collected recipes from other websites which were visible on all my electronic devices. I had installed Evernote Food and periodically used it, but it wasn't until today that I was thinking of going back to using Evernote Food as a replacement for Allrecipes only to find that it is being discontinued. I've already migrated my recipes once before when a software company/app went out of business. It seems that we users cannot trust that these apps that we've come to rely on will be with us indefinitely. Every 5-10 years websites are either changing the look of their content or discontinuing it altogether. I have hard copies of some of my recipes and berated myself for wasting paper and being redundant, but now it seems that keeping hard copies is the most efficient and lasting way to keep our recipes and memories of food we have enjoyed in restaurants kept in a binder or some other hard copy. The downside of that is the information cannot be sync'd or viewed by all of our devices and we'd have to have the binder around in order to access recipes, shopping lists and menus. I don't think that Allrecipes will make changes to comply with users complaints about their new format, nor do I think Evernote Food will either. The user is always left hanging out there with no means of support or directed where to go when their particular app bites the dust.
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