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March 2023 Monthly Recap & Updates

Recent Podcast Episodes

The Plan to Eat Podcast is serving up new episodes every other Wednesday! 
Download and subscribe to our podcast on all your favorite streaming apps including, Apple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts, and Spotify.

Episode #51: Interview with the Niman Ranch Farmer Advocate, Elle Gadient

We chat with Elle about what makes Niman Ranch special as an organization and how a company like Niman supports small farmers and local economies. Elle shares that she was a vegetarian in college, even though she now works in the meat industry, and what that means for her choice in meat consumption.

Episode #52: Interview with Cookbook Author, Lei Shishak, on Plant-Based Eating

In this episode, we are joined by chef and author, Lei Shishak! We talk with Lei about her transition from the New York finance world to culinary school, to owning her own bakery, to becoming an author. She also shares some of her tips for starting a plant-based diet and tips when cooking for two. 

Episode #53: Intuitive Eating and Anti-Diet Culture with Lisa Dahl

Lisa Dahl is a Health and Wellness Coach specializing in Intuitive Eating, Mindful Eating, and Body Image. We got to chat with Lisa all about her health at every size approach to nutrition and coaching and how she helps her clients unpack their long-held beliefs about food and dieting. She also gives us a peek into her Menu Mapping technique for waste-free meal planning!

Recent Articles from the Blog

Welcome to Spring! Enjoy our most recent posts including feature releases, tips & tricks, new recipes, and more!

Dublin Coddle Recipe

Dublin Coddle is a classic Irish dish that has been around for centuries. It’s a hearty, filling meal with bacon, sausage, potatoes, onion…and sometimes other ingredients depending on the cook’s whim.

Homemade Strawberry Jelly Recipe

This jelly comes together with just 4 simple ingredients – strawberries, sugar, fruit pectin, and water. Another bonus – it doesn’t require the extra effort of normal canning as this is a freezer jelly recipe!

Our Customer’s Top 4 Kitchen Gadgets

This month our customers voted for their favorite kitchen gadget in a March Madness-style bracket. Each of these small appliances can help an at-home chef create delicious recipes by shortening cook or preparation time. 

What’s New 

New Homepage! 

In Fall 2022, we started the process of updating our homepage with new copy and a fresh design. After many months of hard work, our new homepage is finally live! Check out the new plantoeat.com, created with the help of Josh Motlong, Amanda Engle, Zac Garver, and David Edwards.  

Drag and Drop Planning!

In case you haven’t seen it yet, we added the ability to drag and drop recipes on the App Planner! Once you have recipes on the calendar, simply press and hold on a recipe to drag it another day and/or meal time. 

Mobile App Updates

We’ve been squashing bugs and working on new features for the Plan to Eat app!

This month we released app version 3.0.4.

  • We added a Recipe Status filter to the recipe book. Tap “Filters” then scroll down to “Recipe Status” to view your draft recipes, removed recipes, recipes with photos, or recipes missing photos.
  • We updated the planner so past days are now grayed out.
  • We added a “Not receiving verification email?” link to the verification page below the “Use a different email” link. Please contact us if you’re having trouble signing up!
  • We added a beta tag and a disclaimer to the Nutrition Facts calculator.
  • We fixed a bug causing the “Getting Started” video to appear in the recipe book when a search returns fewer than 5 results.

Desktop Updates

The development team continues to make updates and fix bugs on the website version of Plan to Eat.

  • We updated the Plan to Eat logo.
  • We added a slightly cool tint to website gray colors.
  • We fixed some image imports in the recipe clipper.
  • We fixed a few misc UI issues.
  • We updated freezer prep recipes to not display nutritional data.
  • We fixed the watermark PTE logo when printing recipes.
  • When sharing the shopping list from the app, the URL will now remember the original shared date range.

We will continue to notify you of any updates and new features on our blog and via email. In the meantime, if you have any questions, you can always contact our support team.

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