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How to do a Recipe on FitDay.

Old 01-03-2012, 09:20 AM
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Originally Posted by mecompco
Don't forget that the FitDay PC software has a nice recipe builder built in, and will sync with FitDay On-line if you have the Premium service. I use it quite often.

I read this that FitDay Premium had a recipe builder. I bought the FitDay PC many years ago and could not use it with my new (4 years ago) computer. Thinking that FitDay Premium had a recipe builder, I just paid the $50 for it--do I have to pay for FitDay PC again?

Now I'm frustrated...that's a lot of money for the recipe builder to NOT get the recipe builder. I could have kept using the one on SparkPeople.
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Old 01-04-2012, 04:53 AM
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Originally Posted by taubele
There's also a recipe builder that I use.

Can't claim to be the one to have found it (that was cjohnson) but I find that it helps. Some foods aren't in the database, however, so if I find that I can't create the recipe accurately there, I do use Tori's method
When using this recipe builder, I enter custom foods for the ones they don't have in the data base. On the 'enter ingredients' screen, there are tabs that you can change. Change to the custom foods tab.

Last edited by VitoVino; 01-04-2012 at 05:36 AM.
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Old 01-08-2012, 03:57 AM
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Default Is there a way to group foods into a meal so they can be logged together?

For example, I eat almost the same couple if foods every morning: cereal, milk, orange juice. But I have to add them separately each day. In the weightwatchers food log, you could group multiple foods into a "meal" and add them all at once.
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Old 01-08-2012, 09:19 AM
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Default Looking for a reliable recipe calculator

Hi Everyone - Happy New Year to you!

I'm searching for a reliable recipe calculator. I do most of my own cooking at home with fresh ingredients, and would like to find a tried and true recipe calculator for knowing exactly what I am eating in my creations. I've been doing it by hand....a royal pain. Anyone have experience with this?

Thanks -

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