Collect recipes from anywhere into your Recipe Book
Drag-and-drop your recipes onto your Planner
Print your shopping list or access it on your phone
Wow, that sounds like a great gift!
For the price of a few times you would have ordered takeout because you were not organized...this would be a great gift for a cook in your life who likes technology. I love it and appreciate the "small business feel" of the people who run it (if you have a good suggestion to make it better, they will try to make it happen). If you look at recipes on Pinterest, etc. but really need to pull those recipes into real life, their bookmarklet snags those recipes and organizes them for you.
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We're on a journey in trying to discover the sources of our son's chronic skin eczema, and at this point have found out about 20 or so foods he is sensitive to. Making such drastic dietary changes has been a difficult journey for me, a mom who hasn't ever enjoyed preparing food much anyway. This site has blessed my socks off in trying to organize my thoughts and plan healthy meals for our family with little ones to take care of during the day, and not much time to sit and be thoughtful about all this. What a miracle to click on a tab and have a recipe quickly downloaded to the site, and click another tab and have my grocery list made already! Wow!
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This website makes my life a million times better! It keeps everything organized in one place and is easy to use. I like that it works very quickly on my mobile phone also when I am marking things off my list at the grocery store.
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Just started my 30 day free trial, and I am loving how quick and easy it is to add my collection of recipes from other websites. Feeling pretty giddy with Step 1 of Planning to Eat. Thank you!
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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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