Nutrition Information For Home Made Meals

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Packerrn

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Posted: 05 Feb 2010, 12:59
I am a little lost Confused , I do a lot of big pot stuff on the weekends so I can bring lunch to work during the week, The problem I am having is that most of my recipes do not that, oh so convenient Evil or Very Mad , nutrition information block. Does anyone know of a easy way to look up the ingredients and make the info block?

Thanks in advance.
Phil
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maxwellshack

Joined: Feb 10
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Posted: 05 Feb 2010, 13:10
go to your cookbook, enter it as a recipe (dont' forget to consider how many servings it will make) and wallah! You have a nutritional info box on the lower right hand side!
amaturechef

Joined: Dec 09
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Posted: 06 Feb 2010, 09:09
Nutritiondata.com has a reciepe section that you can input any food into and as long as you pick the number of servings, works really well. I have several recipes on there. For instance I make a large crockpot of chili (20 cups) using buffalo - not always an easy ingredient to find on other sites. Their range of ingredients is the broadest I've seen.
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Posted: 06 Feb 2010, 12:09
I just checked out that site. Its fantastic! Thank you so much for posting that! Very Happy
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