For those who remember a time before the internet
I have a problem with paper. I have quite a few binders that are well organized with recipes I might try one day. The key words are "might try". I am going to cull these binders again and hopefully I'll be able to get rid of a bunch of them.
I now look online for recipes much more than I look in my own recipe and cookbook collections. But I can't give up years of dealing with paper even though I now use the internet.
I have put the recipes I do use mixed in with the ones I'd like to try. This was a big mistake. I'm going to pull out the "tried and true" recipes and keep them (in plastic sleeves) in a separate binder. I also have most of these in a folder in the computer as well as saved to my yahoo account. By doing this, I'll really know which new recipes I'm not pulling out to try and perhaps in the future I'll be able to just throw them all out.
Am I the only one who finds it hard to convert to a paperless society?