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I have a very hard time keeping track of my foods... My hubby and I started to preplan our meals.. at that time, I will log them into my sparks tracker for that week... when I eat them, all I have to do is click on it.. I started doing this for breakfast and lunch and it has kept me on track 90% of the time.. just knowing what you are going to eat saves time and even time for tracking!
Be sure to add your favorite meals to the favorites items that way your most meals are already in the favorites that way saving time from hunting down each separate ingredient
I think cook books without photos of all dishes are a waste of paper. I will not attempt to cook a new dish based on an inanimate list of ingredients. Pictures bring the anticipated flavors and visual feast to life and I get inspired to cook, even using ingredients I don't know how to pronounce.
A colorful cook book is also great for breaking out of a meal rut or inspiration when meal ideas are drying up.
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