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  • 19
    Oct

How to Share a Recipe with your Friends and Followers with iShopNCook App

If you like to … exchange recipes with your friends … meet with a group of friends to cook …publish your recipes online …or share recipes with your followers on Facebook or Pinterest … then watch the video below! iShopNCook app makes it a child’s game to share recipes, publish them online, post them on…

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How to organize recipes with snapshots in iShopNCook app (OCR)
  • 4
    Oct

How to organize recipes with snapshots in iShopNCook app (OCR)

You can literally add a recipe to the new iShopNCook app for iPhone in a few seconds, just by taking a picture. The text of the recipes is recognized by OCR online (OCR stands for optical character recognition), the ingredients and quantities are then analyzed by Shop’NCook engine, and the recipe is sent back to…

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  • 2
    Oct

iShopNCook app: Synchronization versus import through iTunes

Do you want to transfer your cookbooks from Shop’Ncook software to iShopNCook app and don’t know which option is the best for you? Please, read below! Synchronization The synchronization requires a subscription to Cookbook Plus. With this option, to transfer your cookbooks to the app, you must first synchronize Shop’NCook on your computer to upload…

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3 Tips to Improve your Nutritional Food Labeling with Software
  • 5
    Oct

3 Tips to Improve your Nutritional Food Labeling with Software

Shop’NCook Pro users ask me often if they can use the software for food labeling purpose or if they still need to send their food to a lab for analysis. There is no easy answer. The accuracy of the calculated nutritional analysis depends on the type of food you are labeling. Calculating the nutritional analysis…

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5 easy steps to OAMC or Once-a-Month Cooking with Shop'NCook software
  • 21
    Sep

5 easy steps to OAMC or Once-a-Month Cooking with Shop’NCook software

Are you coming back home in the evening too exhausted to even think about cooking? If you find that you resort too often to fast food or that you raid your cupboard for junk food instead of cooking a real meal, you may want to give a try to once-a-month cooking. (more…)

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Tutorial 1: How To Fix Ingredients In Your Recipes
  • 11
    Mar

Tutorial 1: How To Fix Ingredients In Your Recipes

The first tutorial in the new tutorial series for Shop’NCook 4.0 is here. It shows you how to fix your recipe when the software did not correctly recognize some ingredient lines – and how you can teach it to recognize them correctly the next time. You will be also able to see which chef made…

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  • 20
    Jan

Grow and organize your collection of recipes with Shop’NCook Reader 4.0

I am happy to announce the new release of Shop’NCook Reader 4.0. Shop’NCook Reader is the free edition of Shop’NCook software. I had first created it to allow users of the premium versions of Shop’NCook to share their cookbooks with their friends and family. It had however been mostly broken for a while: it wasn’t completely…

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  • 24
    Dec

A Christmas Menu with a Christmasy Style

This is probably too late for anybody… but the Christmas style is ready in two version – gray tones and color. To print out your Christmas menu with the new style, select it in the preferences, export the menu to HTML format, open then the exported file in your browser and print it from there. Tip:…

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  • 18
    Dec

The best gift ever: heirloom recipes (and it’s free)

I sent a survey a few weeks ago to ask what people wanted the most of the new release of Shop’NCook. There was only one among the most wished for things that I hadn’t added or improved in the new release: provide several styles for the recipes (graphic design has never really been my thing).…

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  • 14
    Aug

The hidden pantry manager

Users ask me sometime to add a pantry manager to Shop’NCook software. So here is the news flash: Shop’NCook has had a hidden pantry manager for years. OK, now I see you become a little sceptic. I mean, why would I hide such a useful feature in my software? The truth is, when I wrote…

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