Recipes- Finding nutrional value and # of servings?

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kbled

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Posted: 06 Mar 2013, 19:22
I need help figuring out how to convert/input my recipes
to get the nutritional values, and number of servings? I can fill in the blanks, but not sure what blanks to fill in and how to figure number of servings. Can anybody help me with this?
Thanks,
Karen
riocaz

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Posted: 07 Mar 2013, 04:58
I add everything up in the food diary in a single meal, then use the totals to add the recipe as a private entry in the food database.

Then if the recipe makes 4 portions I add it in my diary as 0.25.

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