Or - do you mean you see the lay out, boxes, categories and those are blank?
Want to make sure I posted the link correctly.
If y'all are talkin' about the 2nd:
I plan my menu for the week, so I love it bc I'm able to use the days of the week boxes first and then fill in the grocery list boxes..Then, it is a great visual for me to truly notice if I have too many carbs or frozen items (besides frozen veggies.)
I'm a server at Cracker Barrel Friday thru Sunday 5PM to Close so sometimes I have to lean on frozen meals like Lean Cuisine and so forth. That helps me NOT order food from work!! You get a 50% off discount on Employee Meal.. Gotta stay away from that!
I keep my shopping lists on my smartphone, check things off as I buy them, and uncheck them again when I need them. But this looks like a good organizational tool if someone prefers to have a printed list.
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After being on SparkPeople for nine months, last week for the first time, I entered an entire week of meals into the nutrition tracker and printed off a grocery list. That is an awesome tool, too. This looks like a blank form to use as a first step before entering it into the tracker. I can see the use of that, particularly for items that might have left-overs with a short shelf life. Also, as mentioned, it highlights if you've gotten too repetitive or missed any area.
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