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SP_COACH_DENISE
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1/18/12 12:28 P

Thanks for the feedback! However, we do not allow the sharing of copyrighted recipes. You are allowed to save them for your own tracking purposes, but they cannot be added to our shared database.

With any recipe, you can enter as much info as you would like. If it is going to be shared in our shared database though, it does need to list all the info.

When calculating a recipe, we recommend using the products that you use for the recipe. If you see a discrepancy in recipe totals, it is most likely due to product variances and/or old product values.

Coach Denise



LUKENER
Posts: 1
1/17/12 9:19 P

I get almost all my recipes from eatingwell.com or allrecipes.com. It would be great to be able to add those to my recipe box without manually entering in all the ingredients.

Also, some recipes give the nutrition info. Can I enter a recipe but skip adding the ingredients and go right to filling out nutrition info (as I would for adding a new food--that's how I've been adding recipes so far without manually entering ingredients).

What to do when sparkpeople calculated nutrition is different than the one reported on the recipe?



 
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