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AURIANNE67 SparkPoints: (44,276)
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4/13/12 10:00 P

Thanks so much! I foolishly thought if there was an option it would be where my option to edit my recipe was.

4AMAZINGME Posts: 3,653
4/13/12 10:50 A

thanks for the info

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 32,761
4/12/12 11:56 P

I believe if you use the makeover recipe option, that might help you with what you are looking for.

Coach Denise

AURIANNE67 SparkPoints: (44,276)
Fitness Minutes: (15,877)
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4/12/12 7:58 P

Is there a way to take a recipe you have entered and "clone" it as a basis for saving a new version without having to enter all your ingredients over? Frequently when evolving a recipe I like to save my old version and have a second version that adapts every time I try a new change until I get it the way I like it (this is especially useful when testing healthier swaps to see if the taste change is more than the swap was worth).

If there isn't a way to do this I think there should be, I am sure I am not the only one who has wanted a feature like this.

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