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Re: [ProgSoc] software and food recipes



How does that help the original chef, who probably laboured for 
hours using trial and error to get the right flavours and texture, 
spending his money on ingredients and heating, only to find his 
mate across the road just pinched his recipe for no money at all?
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Depends he/she probably just put some different ingrideints 
together combing a few bits of flavour combinations he/she learnt 
doing other recipies.  So the question is whether the method is 
directly copied or if it is built upon.  This is given that the chef 
learnt many recipes at TAFE and uses them even through he/she 
didn't think them up from scatch.  Does that make the chef less or 
more of an artist, or is it the creative flair with which they produce 
the dish that is the distinguishing chaarcteristic of a great chef. If 
this is the case, is there room for the creative flair from cooking in 
the 0's and 1's of programming ?

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