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CookCLI – suite of tools to create shopping lists and maintain recipes

The Cook CLI command line program provides a suite of tools to create shopping lists and maintain recipes.

It’s designed to be simple and useful for automating your cooking and shopping routine with existing UNIX command line and scripting tools. It can also function as a webserver for your recipes, making them browsable on any device with a web browser.

This is free and open source software.

Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Alexey Dubovskoy
License: MIT License

$ cook recipe read "Neapolitan Pizza.cook"
    servings: 6

    chopped tomato                3 cans
    dried oregano                 3 tbsp
    fresh basil                   18 leaves
    fresh yeast                   1.6 g
    garlic                        3 cloves
    mozzarella                    3 packs
    parma ham                     3 packs
    salt                          25 g
    tipo zero flour               820 g
    water                         530 ml

     1. Make 6 pizza balls using tipo zero flour, water, salt and fresh yeast. Put in a fridge for 2 days.
        [fresh yeast: 1.6 g; salt: 25 g; tipo zero flour: 820 g; water: 530 ml]
     2. Set oven to max temperature and heat pizza stone for about 40 minutes.
     3. Make some tomato sauce with chopped tomato and garlic and dried oregano. Put on a pan and leave for 15 minutes occasionally stirring.
        [chopped tomato: 3 cans; dried oregano: 3 tbsp; garlic: 3 cloves]
     4. Make pizzas putting some tomato sauce with spoon on top of flattened dough. Add fresh basil, parma ham and mozzarella.
        [fresh basil: 18 leaves; mozzarella: 3 packs; parma ham: 3 packs]
     5. Put in an oven for 4 minutes.

CookCLI is written in Swift. Learn Swift with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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