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Copy Me That

Copy Me That is an all-in-one Food and Drink application that offers multiple services such as recipe manager, meal planner and shopping list into one seamless flow.

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    2020-02-11

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Copy Me That - Review & Demo - Save recipes from many sites to a single app

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  • with high inflation how have your saved money, grown your cooking skills etc?
    The app copymethat and the meal planner ad on: life changing. I can look back to this week last year and just copy the whole week and turn the recipes into a shopping list in a heart beat. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Is it pointless to have a small collection of cookbooks when there are so many recipes online?
    I use copymethat.com It's a chrome extension that you just have to press a button and it copies it to your own list of recipes (aka won't change if the OP changes it). Source: over 1 year ago
  • How to preserve old recipes
    I'm sure a lot of people here know of the site, but our family started using copymethat.com to keep family recipes on and share with each other. I'd already used it for it's original purpose of copying recipes from websites (because they sometimes go away), and also so I could rate them and not mistakenly use the same recipe I hated before next time I tried to make something. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Do you have a system for keeping your recipes?
    I use copymethat.com and can't recommend it enough. It's primarily meant for saving recipes from websites but you can also enter your own recipes. I'm pretty obsessive about using the collection tagging feature. I categorize by things like meals, snacks, desserts and then also by season, that way I can filter it down to summer meals, for example. You can also search an ingredient and it will show all the recipes... Source: about 2 years ago
  • Show HN: Recipes, Not Mommy Blogs
    Sure seems really similar to http://copymethat.com. - Source: Hacker News / about 2 years ago
  • Mealie – a self-hosted recipe manager and meal planner with a RestAPI back end
    > grocery shopping. Is there a highly configurable app for sorting groceries? I’m currently using the pro version of copymethat [0], and it does a decent job of figuring out what aisles certain products belong to, and then let me sort those aisles however I want. But what I can’t do, is telling it that I don’t have "eggs & dairy" but instead those are two sections in different places (and still properly sorting).... - Source: Hacker News / over 2 years ago
  • What are your go-to (or trusted!) recipe websites?
    My go to is copymethat.com. It will copy recipes, or anything else you want to, from ANY website. I also like to use heart.org for heart healthy recipes. Source: over 2 years ago
  • How to keep track/organize recipes?
    I go digital, I tend to collect a lot so was paying for loads of ink printing them out. so went digital. I use copymethat.com love it free, easy you can add a link to a recipe or add a recipe photo and all. and you can create meal plans and grocer lists very easily. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Recipes for school lunches
    Keep the recipes on copymethat.com or you can buy recipe keeper. Or paprika. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Does anyone here keep their recipes in a cookbook?
    I quit the written recipes about 18 years ago. I keep mine in copymethat.com or in recipe keeper. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • A new way to find vegan recipes. What do you think?
    Nice, I like that the number of ingredients are listed. This works well with copymethat.com (saves and organizes online recipes). Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Favorite microgreens recipe
    There are a lot of public microgreen recipes on copymethat.com that you might enjoy! Just search for Microgreens :). Source: about 3 years ago
  • Looking for grocery list ideas and easy (healthy-ish) meals so I don't lose my mind.
    I do use copymethat.com it is free and you can make up your meal planner on a calendar on there it keeps you can go back and look at what you made that you want to make again and move that recipe or copy it to a new day. then add the recipe to your grocery list print it and take it with you or just use the list on your phone without printing. Source: about 3 years ago
  • How does everyone store/organise their recipes that they want to make again?
    I now store on copymethat.com and I have purchased 2 apps that are downloadable and usable offline. Source: over 3 years ago
  • Cooking/food storage/shopping groceries apps. Yay or Nay?
    I like copymethat.com you can save your own recipes and photos, save a link to a recipe online etc. also create meal plans, and grocery lists. I don't know of any apps that are not very extensive and hectic to keep up for pantry stock. Source: over 3 years ago

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