We’re onto you, Jill Duggar! The former Counting On star — who was given the boot thanks to her crappy husband, Derick Dillard — posted a “new” recipe earlier this week. The only problem? It wasn’t new at all! The mother-of-two posted the exact same thing just two months ago.

Let’s compare the descriptions, shall we? Back in August, Jill took to the Dillard Family Blog to share her recipe for Cheesy Chicken and Rice Enchiladas. “Some friends of ours brought us these many years ago when my mom had a new baby and my mom asked for the recipe since they were so delicious!” she wrote on Aug. 3. “These are easy to make when you’ve got a bunch of leftover rice and they are sure to be crowd pleasing! When you’re in a pinch and have a bunch of mouths to feed, this recipe comes in handy! I halved the recipe in this picture.”

On Oct. 15, she shared the same post yet again — yes, cans of cream of chicken and all! “A friend of ours first brought us these enchiladas several years ago after my mom had a new baby,” she wrote in a description that’s now all too familiar to fans. “They were an instant favorite and have continued to be a go-to recipe. The rice makes them pretty filling while stretching the meat (meat can get pretty expensive when feeding a lot of mouths!). I was over at the ‘big house’ (my parents’ house) the other day with the boys and made these for everyone to help out my mom since my she was coming back around supper time from the dentist with a group of the littles. This is also a great recipe for when you’ve got leftover rice in the fridge. 🙂

At the time, the reality TV exile was slammed for its number of canned ingredients. “Just curious! Why so many cans when there is so much fresh food available in the summer?” one person asked. Another added, “Canned chicken?! Thanks but no thanks…”

Note to Jill, if you’re gonna post a repeat recipe, at least space them out a little bit!

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