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SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 30,513
5/24/12 10:02 P

Yes, anyone can post a recipe. But some variances you might see are due to different brands or even if they are the same brand, there may be nutrition differences based on location (I have seen that numerous times).

Coach Denise

SHARPIE1009 Posts: 16
5/24/12 3:51 A

Can anyone post a recipe? Who verifies the nutritional values? I noticed some calorie counts different than what is on the products I have; specifically, Spanish Peanuts are 160 in 1/4 c ( generic brand) and on site, 1/4 c states '212'. Also, just me but I found it amusing there was actually a recipe for 'the best scrambled eggs!" It just struck me funny because I guess I figure that if you don't know how to (already) make scrambled eggs, how would you ever be able to make the other recipes! Thanks very much.

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