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Old 12-06-2010, 05:31 PM   #4
TheKindleWorm
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Location: East Anglia UK
Device: Kindle 3G, iPhone 3G, iPod 4G, PB 360, Sony 600 sold, Kindle 2i sold
I love using my Kindle in the Kitchen

I used to have one big file with my recipes in which I stored on the Kindle but I soon got fed up with amending the file every single time I wanted to add a new recipe. Too frustrating.

So now I type up each recipe (or copy a recipe from the web) into an individual Open Office document (you can use Word) - save as an HTML file and email this to my Kindle.

My Kindle ends up with lots of individual recipe files which I add into a recipe collection. So easy to search your Kindle to find what you want.

If you want more specific information on the processes I use, please visit my blog post:

http://www.kinworm.com/2010/11/kindl...y-kitchen.html

Hope you find a method that works well for you.

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