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The creative endeavors of chefs represent an increasingly valuable contribution to the economy and to society. Accordingly, it is not surprising that some members of the culinary industry have sought legal mechanisms for protecting chefs’ culinary creativity from copying. Restaurants and publishers are increasingly turning to intellectual property law to find ways to prevent others from cooking similar dishes or publishing similar recipes.
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