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When a recipe is scaled up or down, of course any included sub recipes should be scaled up or down proportionately automatically and also be editable because sometimes scale up or downs require tiny alchemy adjustments
11 months ago
The ability to set display order of locations in the drop down menu on the cost tab.
Currently, locations on the cost tab are displayed in the order of cost update (most recent at the top). It would be preferable to have the locations display in the same order they are listed on the concept page - or to allow the customer to deter...
Allow me to select recipes first, then export the recipes costs. Additionally, it does not include our sell price. If I take the time to enter it into the recipe, it should be included in the report.
Reporting: I have over 70 recipes, but I only want to look at a handful. It does not allow me to select recipes first....then export what I need. Additionally, it does not include our sell price. If I take the time to enter it into the recipe, it ...
Sourdough bread bakers are constantly tweaking hydration levels in order to get their desired bread characteristics. The hydration level is the percentage of water as compared to the total flour in the recipe, not the total weight of the recipe. I...
Provide percentage of ingredients listed per total yield.
We build our recipes in gram weights, then utilize the percentage via the total gram weight of the recipe (so this is not a baker's percentage approach). This approach is standard among dieticians, nutritionists, and food scientists.