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I’ve changed this to a permanent link to the folder, let me know if it doesn’t work
I make changes quickly, let me know if there’s anything you want to change.
You can add cost information to USDA foods, now.
Fixed a problem where clearing the sheet results in an error.
Upper Limit and Daily Value for copper listed incorrectly, this has been fixed, I strongly suggest downloading the updated version.
only allows import when another soylent editor spreadsheet is open (trying to import otherwise causes an error)
relocked formula cells and worksheets.
Added ability to import recipes from older versions of Soylent Editor (v3 and up)
You can also import recipes from other peoples Soylent Editor spreadsheets (As long as the file name isn’t the same)
Fixed an issue where the popup menu doesn’t go away after pressing delete/update/open.
Added clarity to the update/delete/save process.
Total calories, tutorial, locked portions of the spreadsheet which are not meant to be edited directly.
I’ve added support for opening, saving, deleting, and updating recipes.
You no longer have to list your ingredients in alphabetical order, Excel will rearrange them for you.
There is also no longer a limit on the number of custom ingredients.
Keep in mind to use the new features you’ll need to open it in Excel, and may also have to disable some security features of Excel.
Adjusts for: ketogenic diet, pregnancy, age, weight, activity level.
Allows up to 43 custom foods, and contains 8,600 foods from the USDA nutrient database.
Basic meal editor.
Only includes customs foods.