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SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 36,619
2/10/10 5:18 P

Yes, when you are in the "add an ingredient" window, there is a link to click on to "enter a food not listed" link. You can use that to enter a food item not listed or with more specific details.

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NWHIKER Posts: 58
2/10/10 1:19 P

Because i have a wheat allergy, I often use gluten free or spelt products -- i.e. spelt tortillas -- which have different nutrition facts than any listed on the calculator. Is there a way to input new products on the calculator?

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 36,619
2/9/10 10:32 A

Is this still happening? If so, what browser and version of browser are you using? Also, have you tried a different browser to see if that makes a difference for you?

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AKNATURELVR Posts: 1
2/7/10 9:09 P

I'm trying to add one of my soup recipes to determine the calorie count and keep getting a screen saying something about cross site scripting when I click on add an ingredient. I am unable to enter any data. Help, please.

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