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SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 33,520
2/27/10 9:22 P

You would need to save it as a recipe and add it to your tracker. Otherwise, you can create a food grouping in the nutrition tracker, which might be a little quicker for what you are looking for, but I'm not sure if that will be what you would want. Since there isn't a way to calculate a full recipe (you would have to do the math for 1 serving).

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2/27/10 8:46 A

I use the recipe calculator often. I use it to see the nutritional value of what ever I am cooking. Is there a way to save this in my favorites without having to write it as a recipe that I have to save?
I want to use it again & again. For example, I had to save how I made a tuna sandwich to the recipe index so that I could use it in my nutritional tracking section. Is there an easier way?

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