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WHOLENEWME79
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2/20/14 12:54 P

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I'd suggest posting this in the tech support forum. I don't know of a way to copy recipes directly from a site, other than the copy/pasta as much as you can then manually enter the rest.

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JULIEINFORT
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2/20/14 12:16 P

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Is there a way to copy/move a recipe from another site to SparkPeople Recipes?

I don't always have time to enter everything from scratch.

I see some recipes on here that acknowledge another site (i.e. SkinnyTaste) & then list ingredients but have no instructions; but the ingredients are enough for Nutrition Facts to be calculated. It'd be really great if I could copy the ingredients over and then even make my modifications (if I have any).

Any suggestions?



 
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