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QCKFOX
SparkPoints: (715)
Fitness Minutes: (115)
Posts: 84
12/2/12 11:02 A

thanks for that - does seem that they've missed a pretty essential basic feature

yuk I'll pass on the applesauce and milk thanks! xx



NIRERIN
Posts: 11,755
12/2/12 10:48 A

there used to not be anything other than the random list of foods. and let me tell you, broccoli and brown rice is much easier to guess than some of the lists i have seen. it seems they have replaced the title links with a
(directions)
for the items that they feel you need a recipe for. if it doesn't have directions beside it, you toss it together any way you like.
personally i would steam the veg and add it to the cooked rice, then add a Tablespoon of some sauce [orange or teriyaki are what i have in my fridge right now]. then the applesauce is a side/dessert and you drink milk with it.

Edited by: NIRERIN at: 12/2/2012 (10:49)


QCKFOX
SparkPoints: (715)
Fitness Minutes: (115)
Posts: 84
12/2/12 10:38 A

no it doesnt highlight - surely there's an explaination for what you do with a random list of food items!



NIRERIN
Posts: 11,755
12/2/12 8:58 A

you should be able to click on the "brown rice with broccoli, cauliflower and almonds" and get the recipe.



QCKFOX
SparkPoints: (715)
Fitness Minutes: (115)
Posts: 84
12/2/12 8:45 A

its saying on my food tracker for dinner

"Brown Rice with Chopped Broccoli, Cauliflower and Almonds; Applesauce; Milk"

all on one plate?

I need directions to the recipes to know what to do with Brown Rice with Chopped Broccoli, Cauliflower and Almonds; Applesauce; Milk !!

thanks for any help xx



 
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