Hesser goes on to explain how the engine's search algorithm — and its options for the ways in which results are refined — give vast advantage to large, established recipe websites that focus on quick, easy, and low-calorie recipes. In doing this, "Google unwittingly — but damagingly — promotes a cooking culture focused on speed and diets." It doesn't prioritize other crucial factors, such as comments, number of shares, and Facebook "likes."
Although I use Google a ton, I've spent little time with this new technology; I'd rather go directly to my trusted sources. What's been your experience with it?