previous topic · next topic
goldiecat

Joined: Dec 12
Posts: 448

      quote  
Posted: 16 Mar 2013, 00:27
Is there anyway to add my own recipes to the enter food area? Maybe things that don't show up in the search?

I don't want to share them, just for ease of correctly adding my food ya know?

Thanks!
Hoser

Joined: Jul 10
Posts: 2,052

      quote  
Posted: 16 Mar 2013, 01:19
Yes! Hover over "MY FATSECRET" at the top of the page, and click on "My Cook Book". There's a link there for submitting a recipe. It's pretty straightforward.

Pro tip: If you're not planning to share it, name it something like "goldiecat's cream of liver soup". That way, when someone wants to create and share a "cream of liver soup" recipe, the name will be available for them.
soapytoo

Joined: Mar 13
Posts: 1

      quote  
Posted: 23 Mar 2013, 07:41
Where is MY FATSECRET on my cellphone app? I added a personal recipe (not to share) but it does not show up on my cellphone or tablet, only online.
NCNOLE

Joined: Feb 11
Posts: 1,223

      quote  
Posted: 23 Mar 2013, 07:44
When you are adding foods, it is at the top. You have recently eaten, most eaten... now they added cookbook. You have to scroll through your options to get to it. Does that make sense?



Forum Search
Advanced forum search



Latest Posts

syncing my fitbit blaze to my fat secret
How do I sync my fitbit Blaze to my fat secret? Just joined yesterday and having some difficulties. Thanks! Dana
by danarahe on 23 Feb 17 10:04 PM
Tracker
Hi Mouai On the bottom right hand side of the My Weight History page you can make changes such as: Weigh In Now Restart my diet Change my starting weight Enter historical weight entries Change my ...
by PShearing on 23 Feb 17 02:18 AM
Custom recipe problems
Oh Man, I thought I was a dimwit for having so many issues with My Cookbook. I am sorry to hear of your frustration, I do not deal with the app, But I hear the frustrations loud and clear -- I'm t ...
by Stringofpearls on 15 Feb 17 03:27 AM
Home made meals
string cheese is mozzarella cheese in stick form that can be torn into long "strings" or shreds -- primarily for kids' amusement at lunch time. Jicama is like radish in texture but more ...
by Stringofpearls on 15 Feb 17 03:18 AM
Why I can't find an already existing item
Is it spelled Weet-Bix? or is is weetabix? there used to be a cereal by that name in Canada a few decades ago. Just did a google search and its weetabix. I would think it is the same thing in Austr ...
by Stringofpearls on 15 Feb 17 03:07 AM