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Making a recipe webpage the parser will parse Fyreside — Nov 13, 2017 07:45PM PST

I wish to share a recipe I've been working on, as well as add a picture to my own recipe entries. So rather than letting the limitations of the recipe system stop me I thought I'd make a webpage with the recipe, then import it. But curiously the parser does not like my page. So I'm looking for information on how to make a recipe webpage that is recipe parser compliant.

Here is the page I'm trying to import. http://fireside.design/Keto_Butter_Chicken.html

I've scoured the various faq's and forums, but no luck so I'd appreciate any info. Cheers.

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Bruce MyFitnessPal Agent Nov 14, 2017 02:28PM PST

Hello,

Thank you for taking the time to contact us. In order for a site to work with the URL Importer for recipes, the site either has to have RDF encoded data present in the webpage source code, or it clearly identifies different sections of the recipe (for example: recipes on http://allrecipes.com).

The RDF encoding rules that the recipe-site should follow are stated here.

Hope this helps,
Bruce
MyFitnessPal

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