Food Blogs have begun to change the way people see food, by providing democracy in the cooking world: there isn’t a recipe that hasn’t been tried, rated and, hopefully, improved. How is this possible? Any recipe on a food blog has an open comment section that allows for cooks, trying a recipe at home, to get some community support when their cake turns out differently from the blog’s photo. The administrator or other readers happily answer to help out with tips and suggestions. Like anything that succeeds online, food blogs come in many shapes and sizes. Diet blogs are there to give advice on how to turn normal recipes into tasty healthy alternatives. Baking blogs uncover all mysteries surrounding bread and dough. But the best food blogs are those that succeed in the hardest of tasks: teaching everyone to appreciate food in a healthy and passionate way.