Who Wrote the First Cookbook?

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Betty Crocker wrote the first American cookbook that has been recorded. However, women ahve been documenting their recipes for centuries upon centuries.
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Margret Rudkin wrote the first cookbook, she lived in New York. However, there has been evidence that cookbook where dated back much farther than that amongst the wealthy.
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