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is there a way to find all logged instances of one food?

dark_sunchipsdark_sunchips Posts: 5Member Member Posts: 5Member Member
example: if you have been eating pistachios from 1 bag over 2 months, and you just finished. you know the weight of the bag and want to double check your logging adds up, and want to see all recorded instances of that food. is there any way of doing this easily?

the purpose of this is because i want to see if some things add up and prove true to the package or if there was more or less than advertised.

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  • LisaMoxon155LisaMoxon155 Posts: 228Member Member Posts: 228Member Member
    Not I have found. Sorry
  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Posts: 12,704Member Member Posts: 12,704Member Member
    If you're very concerned to get accurate results, the best way is to use a food scale for portioning. They're easy to use, and only cost $15-20.
  • RAinWARAinWA Posts: 1,613Member Member Posts: 1,613Member Member
    The only way I know of (using the web version) is to click on the "create report" button at the bottom of your diary, pick the dates you want to use, print out as a PDF and then search for the food. Kind of a pain, easier to just weigh them.
  • lynn_glenmontlynn_glenmont Posts: 7,228Member Member Posts: 7,228Member Member
    RAinWA wrote: »
    The only way I know of (using the web version) is to click on the "create report" button at the bottom of your diary, pick the dates you want to use, print out as a PDF and then search for the food. Kind of a pain, easier to just weigh them.

    This, except instead of printing the report, you could use ctrl-f (on a PC anyway -- I don't know if Apple uses the same keyboard shortcuts) to find all occurrences of the food in question.
  • RAinWARAinWA Posts: 1,613Member Member Posts: 1,613Member Member
    RAinWA wrote: »
    The only way I know of (using the web version) is to click on the "create report" button at the bottom of your diary, pick the dates you want to use, print out as a PDF and then search for the food. Kind of a pain, easier to just weigh them.

    This, except instead of printing the report, you could use ctrl-f (on a PC anyway -- I don't know if Apple uses the same keyboard shortcuts) to find all occurrences of the food in question.

    Never thought of that - that works too! Thanks.
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