Krecipes is the KDE Cookbook. It is a highly configurable open source recipe manager, designed to make organizing your personal recipes collection fast and easy.
This software lets you manage your recipes, create shopping lists, choose a recipe based on available ingredients and plan your menu/diet in advance.
This application can also import and export recipes from files in various formats (see below) or from databases.
It requires KDE 4.4 or greater (and Qt 4).
- Manages a recipe database with an intuitive graphical user interface (e.g. Krecipes searches for recipes as the user types in the search box).
- Shopping Lists with daily suggestions for a given diet type.
- Nutrient analysis.
- Advanced search, query for recipes based on nine search criteria: Title, Ingredients, Categories, Authors, Yield, Preparation Time, Instructions, Meta Data, and Ratings.
- Ingredient Matcher – find recipes that you are able to make (or almost make) with ingredients that you select.
- Recipe ratings.
- Allows the creation / removal of new ingredients and units.
- Helps with dieting (calculate the amount of calories, carbohydrates, vitamins, etc).
- Sonnet, a spell-checker for multiple languages.
- Import / export various formats:
- Export to:
- Compressed or Uncompressed Krecipes (.kre, .kreml).
- Plain Text (.txt).
- Web Book / Page (.html).
- Meal-Master (.mmf).
- RecipeML (.xml).
- Rezkonv (.rk).
- Import from:
- Krecipes (.kre, .kreml).
- MasterCook 5 or 6 (.mx2).
- MasterCook 4 (.mxp, .txt).
- Meal-Master (.mmf, .txt).
- ‘Now You’re Cooking’ (.txt).
- RecipeML (.xml, .recipeml).
- Rezkonv (.rk, .txt).
- SQLite, MySQL or PostgreSQL databases.
- Export to:
- Extensible framework.
- Advanced database management.
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