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  • PETERMORRIS966
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    mahmood3351 Welcome to the Hive.

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  • mahmood3351
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    Hello everyone. just found Darebee and am in love with it already

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  • mahmood3351
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    Originally posted by neilarey View Post
    We are currently updating all our recipes to a new format.
    Please take a look - we would love to hear what you think
    Love it

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  • Saffity
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    Did I read that right?? A Darebee cookbook?!?!? I’m so excited!!

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  • BoeserEngel
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    neilarey Thanks for the clarification and can't wait to see the cookbook and the more complex recipes

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  • neilarey
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    We will be updating the mealplans too, btw, to go with the recipe format. We just haven't gotten to it yet.

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  • neilarey
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    BoeserEngel in the recipes it's always uncooked rice. There are also cooking directions in the instructions in there (for anyone who doesn't know how to cook it or need a reminder). I hope this helps

    P.S. The current recipes are all pretty basic because they are going into our first official cookbook (Coming out on January 1st btw! yay!) but from today we'll be adding more complex dishes - plus the ones we haven't updated to the format yet.

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  • BoeserEngel
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    neilarey I like the new recipe format but I have a question. The quantities are those for e.g. cooked rice or uncooked? I think it's for cooked but I'm not sure.
    Thanks in advance

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  • GiorgosD
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    neilarey Better visual result, no doubt!!!
    Although, I think it lacks nutritional info (kcal, carbs, protein, fat). Doesn't have to be too fancy, just a "/100" little table on top (or down, mostly a matter of preference) with these four staples... For those of us who want the whole nutritional info for the foods, a separate sheet could be made, with categories (legumes, meat, vegetables, seeds, etc) and various nutritional information/100, so when we want to make bean soup for example, we can have an idea for the calories, protein, carbs and fat at first glance, but if we want to know how much vitamin B or folic acid each portion has, we can consult the table...
    That's from me, have a merry Christmas and a great new year!

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  • Gérald
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    I really like new format, it's clear !
    Seen a little bug in carrot-cucumber-ribbon-salad, images 2 and 3 are inversed.

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  • cavernism
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    Woah I love the look of this! Sometimes on these recipes the Fahrenheit-Celsius conversions end up a little funny. Like for roasting a sweet potato it says roast at 200 C or 392 F? Maybe that's the exact conversion but just rounding to 400 F would be much simpler!

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  • Maladignia
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    They look nice. I like it that there's now always grams mentioned next to the oz, makes it much easier for me. ;-)
    However, these are all image-only and I used to copy-paste recipes into the format that I use for my recipe book. It makes it also less accessible for people with sight-issues (and screen readers and such), though they may not be part of your target audience. Is there a plain text version to be gotten somewhere for the recipes? (plain text, simple html page, whatever)

    I'd also like to know the kcal value or a ball park for that for each portion. Makes it easier to decide which one to make beforehand. (however I also use an app to count calories and get stats on nutritional value, so I could always enter the whole recipe there and play around a bit)

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  • Zastria
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    The new S/M/L looks good

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  • 'rin
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    LOVE the scalability. Esp when ppl are learning to cook (which a lot of your recipes seem geared towards) this sort pf info is golden.

    Could the numbers part of the nutrition info be spoilered tho, maybe? I want to eat healthy things w out making myself a maniac abt numbers.

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  • iamtequila
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    I like the new format, it will make it easier to print and use in recipe binders for people like me who do not want to risk our electronics in the kitchen.

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