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HELLENACKERMAN Posts: 193
10/24/12 9:12 P

I've used allreciepes.com and also I sometimes just google a couple of the ingredients that I'm looking to use and see what comes up.

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10/24/12 5:15 P

There's a few websites that offer it, www.supercook.com or allrecipes.com has a search by ingredient function. Also there's this site http://www.myfridgefood.com/index.php

I can't personally vouch for any of them though, I have my own huge inventory of recipes and then I choose from those based on ingredients I have stocked up on or what's on sale, then I shop once I've picked the recipes. Maybe I should start my own site ;)

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DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
10/24/12 1:31 P

I have been looking for something like that for ages. I do a plant based diet and it would be helpful.


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MELISSA_HUGHES Posts: 93
10/24/12 11:45 A

I'm trying a new budget twist and also cook more healthier meals. I do comparison shopping at our local Walmart using grocery ads and produce is really cheap right now. Dried beans and chicken are also on sale. Do any of you lovely people use a builder? I want to incorporate what's in my cabinet with the produce I'm going to purchase to end up with several different recipes. For example put a few ingredients in a search box and it voila! You have several recipes to build from.



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