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7/31/13 8:34 A

I went through and deleted huge portions of my "favorites" last week. There are things on there I entered 3 years ago and haven't eaten since. You can always add something back.

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7/31/13 5:59 A

I've entered lots of things in favourites, but then I edit the list to take them out when I'm not eating them regularly.

Like the other person said, you can still access them by doing a search on foods I've entered, or whatever the exact wording is.

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7/30/13 11:55 P

Even after you delete foods from your favorites, you can still use them. Hit "Search" and right next to the Enter food not listed is a " more " button. Put cursor over it, and 4 options become available. Click " Search foods I've manually entered ", and then just type it in like a regular search. The only things that will pop up are the foods you manually entered that include those words. So you may get 3-4 options, and just pick it and use it for that day. You don't lose the info entered just because it is no longer on you favorites list.

Hope that helps. My favorites list is about 40 foods, but my foods that I manually entered is over 100. Most of it I don't eat weekly though.

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7/30/13 5:53 P

Is it possible to print out certain favorites you want to keep, but don't use very often. Then delete a few!
My list is getting too long.

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