place to keep favorite foods?

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MurderMostFo...

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Posted: 11 Sep 2012, 10:51
I know there's a favorite meals section, but I want to do soemthing different... I buy different frozen meals for lunch, different brands etc, and I like a good variety. However, I want to be able to keep track of the ones I like ( or even better, be able to rate/rank them within my whole list ). I know I can just do this on Excel or Word or something, but I'd rather be able to do it here.

Anyone have any ideas on how you could do that? I don't want to do it in my journal becuase it will just need editing again and again.
K.K12

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Posted: 11 Sep 2012, 12:41
well im not sure about ranking meals but you can certainly keep the meals saved under recent meals. maybe you can try " myfitnesspal" they have a slightly different way of tracking foods.
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