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CPILLS1970
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12/4/12 2:59 P

Thanks to you both! I wasn't reading everything, so I didn't see the part about not entering the copyrighted recipes only if you are sharing them.



YOJULEZ
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12/4/12 2:09 P

I do exactly what Denise says. I build it in the recipe builder and then just unclick the box to share it. I have probably at least 50-75 recipes saved, but only 1 or 2 of them shared.



SP_COACH_DENISE
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12/4/12 1:34 P

You are allowed to enter recipes like that, but make sure they are not shared in the database (they need to only be listed in your recipe box as unshared). As long as you don't check the box to share it, you should be fine to enter a copyrighted recipe.

Coach Denise



CPILLS1970
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12/4/12 1:31 P

I'm trying to track a recipe (Barefoot Contessa's Curried Couscous), and I don't see it in the Nutrition Tracker, even when I click on searching foods others have entered. I was going to add it to the recipe calculator, but then I saw the disclaimer about not entering copyrighted recipes. How are people tracking when they eat something from a cookbook, but it's not in the tracker?



 
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