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Old 01-03-2010, 03:54 PM   #3
janann
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There are computer programs (MasterCook is one) that you can input any recipe ingredients and it will give you all the nutritional value so you can figure points. I use mine all the time for the older cookbooks. Even some of the older WW cookbooks don't give all the values. One my previous leaders said once not to go buy the front of the package but to go to the actual label to get the nutritional values.
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