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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint View Post
    I wonder if we hijacked her thread.............. (sry!)
    We may have done just that, lol. I have 48 loaded so far. Are your Kindle recipes working for you? I experimented briefly; I did a screen capture, brought it into Adobe Acrobat Pro to convert to text, then pasted into Pap. Is there a quicker way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFletcher View Post
    We may have done just that, lol. I have 48 loaded so far. Are your Kindle recipes working for you? I experimented briefly; I did a screen capture, brought it into Adobe Acrobat Pro to convert to text, then pasted into Pap. Is there a quicker way?
    Haven't tried yet........... I have just copy/pasted from e-cookbooks in emails/word before......... I've been able to get the recipes from that link in my previous post & others I'm always looking for, with minimal work.

    I'll post what works after I try though....

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    I just added a multi-grain bread recipe from an ATK baking book, it was a bit of a pain & I had to do some rearranging. I'll probably only pull out the best for this unless it gets easier. I just C&P then cleaned it up.

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    I usd master cook for years and liked it a lot! Paprika sounds pretty good though. I’m not doing as much as I used to so, I’m finding that I don’t need much.
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    There's a recipe parser at https://www.myfitnesspal.com/recipe_parser that will download recipes and calculate the nutrition info; I just found it and have only imported one recipe so far.

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