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Facebook Video Recipe Formula

This Hilarious Spoof on Recipe Videos Says What We've All Been Thinking

Autoplay recipe videos on Facebook are inescapable, and they all seem to follow the same basic steps. We break down how one gets made.

Posted by Washington Post on Tuesday, April 12, 2016

If you're a food-blog follower on Facebook, or really any social platform, you've probably noticed that recipe videos seem to adhere to a similar format. Well, the Washington Post observed the same trend and created a hilarious spoof of the perfect video recipe. Admittedly, they've got a point, but that doesn't make the food any less tasty!

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