Create a recipe

Choose the ingredient to be added to your recipe, making sure you determine if it is cooked or if it is a salad ingredient. E.g., for parsley in food, choose a cooked ingredient while for salad (e.g. souvlaki, etc), choose uncooked. If the ingredient is added towards the end of the cooking procedure (e.g., oil, salt, etc.) you can choose raw.
- Type in the net weight of the primary food, as you purchased it. The system automatically calculates any losses. - Enter the net weight of frozen foods.
- In rare cases when you cannot find a cooked ingredient, add it to your recipe uncooked, bearing in mind that you will have a slight differentiation in the calculation of the elements of that specific primary food; however, this differentiation becomes even more insignificant compared to your overall daily diet.
- Each time, select fresh or frozen food. When none of the two are written, then this will be fresh food. - Some ingredients, however, which exist in very small quantities in a recipe, cannot be calculated (NCAL) because a credible and/or full analysis could not be found.
- The system calculates and adds a very small quantity of some ingredients which are not eaten, but which are added or used in cooking (recipes), (e.g., bay leaves, cloves or frying oil). //Fruit and, sometimes, food, which is not calculated, are in their majority cooked, but they appear at the creation of your recipe so that you may be able to create a salad, for example.

Create your own recipe

Search for the ingredients you want to add by writing the first 3-4 letters of its name (eg. car- for carrot, por- for pork and so on). When the relative foods appear, select the one you are looking for in the appropriate cooking method, note how many grams you will use (specific instructions are below) and click Add Ingredient. Continue to the next ingredient until you have completed all the options. Note how many grams of the prepared food you consumed and click Save. Press Back to return to the foods / recipes page.
Do not include ingredients that are not found, but select similar ones and relative cooking methods. Differences in % throughout the day, depend on the quantity of an ingredient that you likely missed, but it will be small if you choose a similar ingredient (eg. a relevant part of meat) or cooking method.

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Fill in the quantity in grams of the serving you ate from the above meal.

Special Instructions

Artichoke: If fresh, enter its weight with its stem, as you purchased it.
: The tip of the shoot and the tender part.
Bay leaves
: Weight of leaves – loss of ingredients in water is calculated.
: the weight of the bunch, as you purchase it, with the leaves – only bulbs cooked
Cabbage: Enter the weight as it is (both for use in salad or in cooked food – cal. leaves).
Carrots: (fresh), their weight as they were bought, but without their leaves.
: Its weight, as is.
Egg: Choose either how you cook it if it is a meal which is eaten as a whole, or choose egg yolk or egg white if you will only eat either one or the other. In all cases, enter the weight of the entire egg, as is.
Fruit: Enter the net weight of the fruit you ate (choose it from the list of foods). You can also choose the fruit that needs peeling (e.g. orange, banana, kiwi, etc.), enter the weight of the entire fruit (from the table of recipes).
Green beans: Weight prior to cleaning (fresh) Net weight for frozen.
Leek: Weigh all of it – however, the bottom part of their leaves are (automatically) calculated and the bulb without the bottom part of the root.
Lettuce: Enter the weight as it is (both for use in salad or in cooked food – cal. leaves).
Lemon-juice: Enter the weight of the entire lemon.
Meat: Type in lamb, veal, pork, etc. Choose the meat to be used in your recipe or that which is the closest.
Mussel: Choose it with its shell or its edible part and enter its weight in raw form.
Olives: Their weight, either drained (canned or fresh).
Onions: Their weight, as is, before peeling.
Parsley/Dill: Only the leaves are used in recipes. Type in as many grams as the entire bunch weighs for your recipe.
Pasta: Our recipes do not include cheese. If you have eaten cheese, after choosing our recipe, choose the cheese and its quantity from our table of ingredients.
: their weight (with their peel) without soil.
Pulse: Their weight in dry form, before they are puffed up in water or cooked.
Quantities: One restaurant meal serving weighs approximately 250 grams.
Sandwich: one slice of toast bread, approximately 250 grams.
Salmon: Weight without bones.
Smoked Turkey: Enter the weight in grams of the slice you had.
Spinach:  Enter the weight, choosing that which you have available (only leaves or all of it).
Trout: its weight as is.

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