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SIMONEKP Posts: 2,617
11/7/13 12:21 P

sometimes the ingredients are not there so I would find it elsewhere and add it as a "my food" item.

BUNNYKICKS Posts: 2,423
11/7/13 10:55 A

Can't find "turnip", try "Turnips". Or rutabaga. Or rutabagas.

The recipe builder database definitely is a little less user-friendly for searching ingredients. But it's worth the effort if it's something you make often.

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11/7/13 10:46 A

started doing that, and then couldn't find a TURNIP in the database! didn't have time to go look up the nutritional value, etc., and thought there might be a quicker way.

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11/7/13 10:41 A

If you make it the same way (or very close to the same way) all the time, just add it as your own recipe and use that.

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11/7/13 10:14 A

I made a pot of homemade chicken rice soup, and searched to add it to my tracker. I found lots of different versions, at many different calorie and protein levels. How do I go about finding the specific ingredients of those different versions to select the one that's closest to mine?



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