The Bookmarklet in your browser on your PC/Mac (if you don't know what that is, go to Paprikaapp.com/ and click on Cloudsync, then Bookmarklet. Put in your credentials and it creates a button that you can put in your Bookmark bar in your browser). - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
I prefer Paprika as a storage mechanism. It's available (yes, at a cost) on all platforms and works brilliantly. It's very adept at stripping the recipe from web pages, leaving out all the ads and story crap no one wants to see, separating the ingredients list from the actual steps. It's wonderful for menu planning and extracting a shopping list from your menus. There are some r/cookingers who are Dead. Set.... - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
I scrape web-based recipes into Paprika. Saved into my own database and synced between my devices. Well worth whatever they're charging for it. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
The app Paprika does a decent job at those things, plus allows you to import recipes from websites without having to retype them. There are smartphone and desktop apps, and a cloud sync that keeps your databases on different devices up to date. It does cost money, but it is very much worth the prices. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
I use a combination of MFP and Paprika http://paprikaapp.com. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
I've been using Paprika to keep track of recipes for at least the last 5 years. My only gripe has been that it doesn't have an app for Kindle, but that's no big deal for me. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
I am wondering if the about section can be changed. The homepage is paprikaapp.com (note the two As) and the app is not owned by zendesk. The homepage says, "Designed and developed by Hindsight Labs LLC " at the bottom. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
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