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Upload meal recipes you are gonna use,
and use the internet for complex recipes (like a chocolate cake)
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Mix flour and water in a container, the consistency should be thick but on the watery side. Add salt, oregano and pepper. Place oat or breadcrumbs in another container. Cut the zucchini or eggplant vertically in 4 or 6 slices. For each slice, place on the flour container first and then on the oat one. Cook in the oven at 200°C for 15 minutes (maybe more depending on your oven) or fry them.
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Recipe at first sight, information around
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Automatic fill based on the bag
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I think all diets should include Omega-3
I agree, there has been ton of research about it, the latest from nutraingredients-usa goes in depth over ...
The system will warn the customer when their program does not include X amount of Omega-3 per month
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if you end up not liking one, you can just disable it
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Hello there! I'm a Software Engineer with a passion for food. For years I've read about food and diets, and my conclusion is that there's no absolute way of eating. Some techniques may work for some people, and others for other people.
The objective with this app is to build a sane framework where we can roll what we read in the science journals. Giving to the user the option to enable or disable this suggestions.
Besides that, the recipes should be short and go straight to what matters, the ingredients and instructions. No annoying ads and endless stories.
But the idea is to build these suggestions as a community, together, so if you are passionate about food and adventurous, help me get traction by subscribing and I'll keep in touch. If you'd like to share more ideas with me, please contact me.