I like that plan. Removes the copywrite infringement from my felony record! (haha), but will doing it that way allow me to save it as something that I can refer back to in the future instead of having to re-enter it each time i make/eat it?
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9,705 1/7/13 7:27 P
What I do is enter the information into the recipe calculator, view the info for a serving, and t hen enter THAT into the nutrition tracker as a new item. So I'm not saving the recipe, just entering it for the calculation, then saving the serving info as a regular food entry. Make sense?
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 1/7/2013 (19:38)
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1/7/13 7:26 P
Can you just put in the description that it is a recipe from her? I think if you give the credit to the source that should be fine.
So, I make a Rachel Ray recipe called Double Chicken Dumpling Soup that's really good. Since the jumpstart goal this week is to record my food, I decided to put the recipe in so I could record eating it. But at the bottom of the page it says you can't submit other people's recipes. But when I did a search on the recipe name, nothing came up. So how do I go about recording having eaten the soup for dinner?
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