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robertarmstr...

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Posted: 23 Nov 2017, 12:55
I made homemade stuffing using bell's seasoning and added hamburger and Italian sausage. So my question is since I cannot find this combination under food categories how do I put this in my diary? Do I list things separately?
R. Armstrong
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Posted: 23 Nov 2017, 18:31
That's what I do when I do a combo food that I make. I get the calorie count for all of each ingredient and then one I get a total I figure how many helpingsI made and how much of the food I ate and log in those calories. I then delete all the entries I made to get the separate totals and leave just the amount I ate. You must be from New England if bells seasoning is in your repertoire. Since I get my sister to send me care packages with a few boxes. Have a great turkey day!
robertarmstr...

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Posted: 23 Nov 2017, 21:36
I figured all of the nutrients of what I put into the stuffing. But I am going to utilize the recipe feature and add everything there so it will calculate everything automatically.
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Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 16:05
I love saving recipes to this site. It shows all the carbs, fats etc.
some stuffing recipes total 700 calories, a serving. I have gone to vegetable stuffing, called zuchinni casserole stuffing; if you do a search; and you can always add some meat to the stuffing, it's so tasty and full of vegetables.



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