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Recipe Software Advice?

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  • Recipe Software Advice?

    My recipe collection has grown to the point that it's, well, unmanageable (I lost count when I had 7000 recipes). I've long resisted to the idea of using cooking software, but I don't think I can get by without using one - otherwise I'll never get to try half of the recipes I have in my collection.
    So I started a quest for finding good cooking software. I've tried both Living Cookbook and Big Oven, which are good, but not good enough for me. I am now considering getting
    AccuChef because AccuChef can perform a nutritional analysis and can scale recipes (I am planning to go to catering business).
    Anyone here used AccuChef? Anything good or bad about it?
    Last edited by james; 12-20-2006, 09:50 AM.
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