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2/14/12 11:10 A

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1/6/12 4:09 P

That is very good to know! thank you.

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12/13/11 6:14 P

Thank you so much, It works great !!

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 33,542
12/13/11 5:22 P

Once you have entered the code from the book (this page has info on how to do that: www.sparkpeople.com/community/help_answer.
asp?id=133
), you can go to your nutrition tracker, click on the recipe tab in there and you will find the Cookbook recipes in a drop-down menu. You can then select from the drop-down menu and add it to your tracker.

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BGRABIS1 SparkPoints: (12,231)
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12/13/11 5:20 P

I have read a that you can add the recipes from the cookbook to your nutrition tracker but no where can I find how to do this. Does anyone know ? I love the cookbook and it would be much easier to track . Thanks

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