Privacy Policy

This site uses ads and affiliate links, which means I make a commission if you click an ad or make a purchase after clicking a link on the site, which helps offset the cost of hosting. And it might be enough to buy me a coffee, but I don’t hold out much hope that I can quit my day job. Well, I can dream.

And in other fascinating news, this site uses Google Analytics to learn about site traffic patterns so I can learn things like the sad fact that nobody really wants to read about sprouted bean and kale soup even though I wasted a few hours of my life painstakingly documenting how to make it. I’m starting to think you people only care about chocolate. It also collects demographic information about users so I can better understand who is coming to the site. I’m not sure how this is going to help me at all, but I get bored sometimes and this gives me something to do. These analytics just record general things like of gender and age ranges and does not provide anything that can personally identify you. Although if you are a 98-year-old male living in Bunker Hill, Kansas, then I am pretty sure you like Toast and Marmite, Timothy. If you are uncomfortable with big-brother spying on you like this, check out the  currently available opt-outs from Google which will tell you how to stop providing this information every time you visit a website that has Google Analytics (which is basically all of them).