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!
I am a long-time meal planner -- I am wife, mom of three energetic young kids, full-time professor, and wanna-be yogini, so meal planning is not an option for us, rather a necessity -- but Plan to Eat has revolutionized my system already.
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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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oh man!! Bless you!!! I am so relieved! After working with Pepperplate for the past month, and finally getting to the point of utter, red hot, pull my hair out frustration today, I found you!! Now, YOU have obviously created a menu plan, because the app shows it! I am currently in the process of moving ALL 165 of my recipes over to your app. (one by one I might add, because PP has no way of exporting recipes!), and after the trial, I will be signing up for LIFE!! LOL! Thank you so much for this incredibly intuitive, logical, complete app! (ps: bother me not that I'm moving from a free app to a paid, well worth it to avoid the frustration and organize my life!! )
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Plan to Eat has blessed us in ways that I wouldn't have imagined. I have found that when I use the plan and the associated shopping list I am so much better able to stick within our budget and not waste food. As an added bonus I know when I prepared what, so we make better use of leftovers.
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Ease of use, wonderful concept, organizer's dream.
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