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DROPCONE Posts: 1,537
8/16/13 8:47 A

Yes. When you enter ingredients in the recipes, you have to use decimal notation rather than fractions. So you are doing it correctly!

PJDXXXWA2013 Posts: 4
8/16/13 2:37 A

HOW do you put in 1/2, 2/3, 3/4 c. in the calculator that gives you the Nutritional information? It would take it for me, I has to put in .5, .66, .75 to enter these measurements.

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