OMG-where have you been all my life — I have been wanting to meal plan for the past two years and the task is so daunting!!! I think you just saved me a zillion hours and with 17-month old twins...that is much appreciated.
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I've tried meal planning a number of times over my 25 years of marriage. Nothing stuck. I couldn't handle the weekly grocery store trips and the shopping lists were cumbersome. I'd get so frustrated, I'd stop. I wasted so much money on food I'd end up not using. This was my yo-yo of meal planning. We started eating out, spending $1000 a month on food. Then I found Plan to Eat. Remembering my history with meal planning I approached with caution. I tested it out and added a few recipes and tried out planning for a month. I successfully planned, cooked and SAVED nearly $600.
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I seriously can't say enough good things about Plan to Eat. If you enjoy menu planning but want an easier way to import recipes, make shopping list, etc. You should definitely check it out.
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I'm giddy. I was skeptical, but you have far surpassed my expectations. I keep finding brilliant pieces of design that make this interface wonderfully user-friendly. Tonight i found the button for my toolbar. yes!!
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Plan to eat has changed my life! I am a working Mom and planning meals ahead is important! It is so wonderful to be able to access Plan to Eat anywhere I have internet! All I have to do is look up a recipe and then drag it to the schedule and I have my whole shopping list for a quick trip to the grocery.
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Plan to Eat is a small business – Just Our Family
Lisa is the visionary for Plan to Eat. It was through her frustration with the redundancy of planning meals that Plan to Eat was born.
Clint is the creator and maintainer of Plan to Eat. He is part designer, part programmer, and all around problem solver.
We are both passionate about homeschooling, raising our 4 kids, and eating real food cooked at home while helping others do the same.
We are not a startup.
We are not trying to grow as fast as possible (by making our service free) so we can sell our customer base and move on to the next project.
We don't like ads.
Especially in the context of a web application like Plan to Eat.
We have intentionally chosen not to seek investors or borrow money
This gives us the freedom to focus on what is best for our customers and our own family.
We try to be very clear & up front about the cost of a Plan to Eat Subscription.
It’s $4.95/month or $39/year. We do not ask for credit card information before starting a 30 day trial. We do not want to “trick” you into paying us because you forgot to cancel. We offer a no-questions-asked refund policy. By default, we do not automatically bill you when your yearly subscription expires.
If your subscription expires...
We do not remove your account but instead suspend it so you can renew at any point.
We do not hold your recipes & information hostage.
You can always export all of your recipes, even after your subscription has expired.
We believe these ideas are just common sense.
They reflect our commitment to treating our customers the way we want to be treated.