The two recipes that i think best demonstrate the power of foodious are directly below. Note that these use "Dependent Recipes" and "Pairs With Recipes" to show how recipes can be combined as distinct entities (children "pointed to" by a parent, and then included in the nutritional calculations and on the list of items for shopping).
Note how the pepperoni meatballs recipe only has a single ingredient (spaghetti). This rest of the ingredients (and preparation steps) are pointers to two Dependent Recipes.
You can find your profile here. It's also an icon in the top nav. Your profile is where you can specify your nutritional goals, gender, timezone, and target daily calorie intake.
You can find your calendar here. It's also an icon in the top nav. Your calendar is where you can add recipes (via search, or "Suggest Recipes", or via a search of your own calendar history) and then view the accompanying nutritional charts.
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