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Hi kelly, glad you joined the team. I am not use, how but I know that thing that have been enter by other can be seem on the reach at time there is a * and states that was add by "..." so it can be done. might write the tech dept and ask them.
Fitness Minutes: (109,706) Posts: 29,273 6/9/07 7:52 P
Hi! I'm Kelly. I have heart failure, so I'm on a low sodium diet. There are days when I feel like Panera salads are my only choices - that, and Trader Joe's unsalted dried fruit and nut mixes.
I've had low-sodium recipes published in a couple of amateur cookbooks, and I'm in the process of entering them one a day on the recipe database here at Spark - you can check out, for example, my Low-Sodium Three-Bean Salad. Somewhere in there. I'm still having trouble determining how Spark treats foods that I enter on my food list, whether it ever adds them to the general database; supposedly it shares the recipes, but what about the foods? I'd like to enter the info for all of Eden's No Salt Added beans, for example, and it would be nice if everyone could access the info after I enter it, not just me. Anyone know how to make that happen?
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