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!
Finally - a program that lets me drag & drop recipes to a calendar, creates a shopping list by category (or aisle), and easily imports recipes by simply pasting the link. Plus, I can link the calendar to my google calendar and get a check list of shopping items on my mobile phone! This is well worth the annual fee. Thanks!!
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I want to save time, and most of my time had been wasted trying to figure out other meal planners. But I have found the one and I am giving up my music subscription to subscribe to this!
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I recently started eating a more plant-based diet, and so I'm accumulating lots of new recipes. I love that I have access to my recipes when I visit my family members in other states and I want to make dinner there or give them some good recipes. I also often plan some meals while I'm at work and then I have my shopping list ready when I leave. I love having my shopping list on my phone. I'm just having a great time with it. So thank you very much for starting this!
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I wanted to say that this is the exact program I have been looking for. After the 30 days my partner and I are definitely going to subscribe for the year. It is very easy to use and I absolutely LOVE the fact you can create a grocery list. This has honestly saved us, like, $50 in food because we usually don't plan. This week, we did! Thank you so much for all of your hard work - I appreciate it!
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I've been relying on bookmarks and printed calendars and a separate grocery list and planning meals (when I actually DO it) typically takes several hours per week. This is going to save me so much time! Not only that, but every time I think "I wish it would do this, or I wish I could do that" and I look for the feature, it's there. YOU THOUGHT OF EVERYTHING.
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