I make most of my own recipes from scratch- anything from bread to sauces. Is there some easier way to add it into my food diary then adding all the ingredients and dividing by the percentage I had? Or without loosing information like I would if I added them as a day, then added the caloric, fat, and protein info into a new food. Am I missing something, or could this be a potential improvement to the food diary?
I have this same question - if you look at caloriecount.com, they have a tool where you can build your recipe and then log a serving, and it's pretty cool. That's the site I was using until I decided I really liked this one better for the most part - but missing that one element is making things a little tricky. But for now, I'm using the recipe tool in calorie count and then just adding the info here. A little bit of a pain, but it does work...
Would love a way to enter a recipe ingredient by ingredient (as I can on my fitness pal)... I like your overall app better, but can't fully utilize it without being able to build recipes. I make two smoothies daily and I toss randoms in there - I like to see the nutritional value of the whole things as one recipe. Hope you update it for android soon!
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