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breckjensen90
Oct 26, 2017

Tracking FC Recipes

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Does anyone have an easy method for importing fine cooking recipes? Currently, I am using a recipe database (Now Your Cooking) along with the scanner on my home PC. Normally, I use the character recognition component by it's only about 85% effective.

Does anyone have any better ideas for importing the recipes without the hassle of typing them.

 

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