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RRAYNER Posts: 1,063
8/21/10 12:40 P

There's no easy way; however, there are websites that show you nutritional information. I think if you use good judgement in what you're substituting, you'll do OK.
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-POOKIE- Posts: 11,967
8/3/10 4:37 P

I really dont think there is sadly.

AVOVATA Posts: 413
8/3/10 3:14 P

I'd like an answer to this one too, if anyone has one.

EMK678 Posts: 10
8/3/10 1:59 P

Does anyone know if there is an "easy" way to edit someone else's recipe if you change an ingredient? For instance I made a delicious turkey/black bean chili but used lean ground beef instead of turkey. If there a way to figure nutrition data without reinputting all of the ingredients as though it were a new recipe? Thanks for the help!

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