I'm looking to add a recipe analyzer to one of my sites and although WP recipe maker is suggested by a friend, I wanted to get others opinions, too. He uses one of the paid versions of WP RM. Any thoughts on this or others?

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DianeK59 Premium Plus
These are the plugins that help create the recipes you see on websites to make them look clean and neat and allow options like changing serving sizes, adding useful info, and allowing a print in different formats. Some have dozens of interesting elements. I'm just trying to find the best one (hopefully free!)
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Joezout Premium
Interesting question, I've never heard of them.
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Dorrie1 Premium Plus
Just reading comments
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Patbracy Premium
Great question. Waiting for answers.
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zydegeaux Premium
What does a recipe analyzer do?
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ExpatMark Premium
It gives nutritional and calories information on certain foods. Nutrition/calorie info on food labels are off by as much as 25-40%. Don't trust them.
Nutrition Analizers are basically apps they are not anymore accurate as they are based on these food labels.
Do you really think the FDA analyzed all 50,000 plus items on grocery store shelves?
Nope.
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zydegeaux Premium
Ha ha. I never look at that information. I buy what I know tastes good and don't buy the things I don't like. When I thought maybe I would cut back on carbohydrates I bought some of those little cans of fruit cocktails. They are full of carbs, Who would have thought?
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DianeK59 Premium Plus
It does analyze the nutrition information (sometimes correctly other times not) but more importantly for me, it formats the recipes, allows for portion changes, and makes them look nice! Plus a lot more. I wouldn't do it for just the nutrition, but for the dozens of other options it helps with, I need one.
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