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Any attempts to spam or subvert the index will result in the exclusion of an entire site and/or domain from the index. Repeat violators are subject to legal action.

1.New submissions via our Add URL , Suggest a site feature are reviewed regularly as well as examining existing pages already in our index. We are not obligated to index any page. We reserve the right to remove or exclude pages from the index at any time, for any reason, or no reason at all.

2.We reserve the right to remove or block any site for violation of our submission guidelines via Add-URL or Suggest a site.

3.Words used to describe the pages must accurately represent the site content.

4.Under no circumstances will we be responsible for submissions to our index made by third parties on behalf of web page owners.

5.Internet Service Providers ISPs) of those who attempt to subvert the index or violate these policies repeatedly will be contacted. Failure on the ISP's part to act may result in their temporary or permanent exclusion from accessing Search Service.

7.Pages containing adult-oriented content may not be submitted. Sites with adult oriented content submitted via the Add-URL feature are subject to exclusion from the index, as well a block will be placed on any further submissions from their ISP

8.Our intent is to insure the highest quality of search results for our users Add Your food related Website:

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Cooking proper, as opposed to roasting, requires the boiling of water in a receptacle, and was practiced at least since the 10th millennium BC with the introduction of pottery. There is archaeological evidence of roasted foodstuffs, both animal and vegetable, in human (Homo erectus) campsites dating from the earliest known use of fire some 800,000 years ago. Cooking requires applying heat to a food which usually, though not always, chemically transforms it, thus changing its flavor, texture, appearance, and nutritional properties.
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