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#1 of 10 Old 02-15-2009, 12:48 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I'm looking for either a PDF or Word doc that I can type write into and then print out, or some sort of free meal planning software, or an online site where I can menu plan and then print out a menu. I want to be able to use my own recipes. Anyone know of anything?

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Ooh, ooh! You can use the free meal planner on my site, and you can upload your own recipes to it. I do moderate the recipes, so they have to be healthy to make it into the database. Check it out to see if it'll work for you:

http://mealplanner.eatrealgood.com :
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Ooh, ooh! You can use the free meal planner on my site, and you can upload your own recipes to it. I do moderate the recipes, so they have to be healthy to make it into the database. Check it out to see if it'll work for you:

http://mealplanner.eatrealgood.com :
great site-thanks!
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Check out www.mealsmatter.com. I haven't actually used it, but I was browsing around and it looked pretty good.
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http://www.momsbudget.com/ Has some very good templetes

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Ooh, ooh! You can use the free meal planner on my site, and you can upload your own recipes to it. I do moderate the recipes, so they have to be healthy to make it into the database. Check it out to see if it'll work for you:

http://mealplanner.eatrealgood.com :
AWESOME SITE! I've been looking for a healthy-focused menu planning website for a while.
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Thank you!

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kaaris, I'm trying out your site, but when I type in 'jalapeno', it says "unknown food". Why?

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same thing with 'spearmint', 'mint', and 'radish'

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