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There are many plugins (including mine) that automaticly add elements and content to posts by using the content hook. Unfortunately, there's not a sure fire way to prioritize which plugin's output gets to come first. I'm consulting with some of my WordPress core friends on a better way to handle this. For now, there are two options:
Use the [recipe] shortcode within your post to decide where it should output and turn off the automatic output option
Turn off the automatic output option of your plugin and drop it's function tag into your template
I'm sorry neither of these are that great. Like I said, I'm trying to see if there's a way to say, "I'm using the content hook, but I'm actually outputting content, not just extra stuff" within my programming, which will be the best for me and other developers that rly on this hook.