Recent Articles from the Blog
Enjoy some of our most recent blog posts from July 2022 on the Plan to Eat blog, including tips & tricks, new recipes, and so much more!
No matter where you’re at in your meal planning journey, life events, busy schedules, and even mindset can get in the way of planning ahead.
Join us for an in-depth conversation with Nicole Prom about Hashimoto’s Disease, an autoimmune disorder, and the Autoimmune Protocol diet.
In this episode, we chat with Monica Corrado about how and why she started her real food journey, what the GAPS diet involves, and why someone might try this style of eating.
Listen to this episode for tips on saving time in the kitchen and meal prepping. Some of these tips are for super quick and efficient meals with little prep and others will simply help you make meal prepping easier.
We talked with food blogger, LaKita Anderson, about how she learned to cook and bake, how she makes comfort food modern, and the baking competition her family has every year.
What’s Coming Up
August 2022: Revive Your Meal Planning Routine
We’re helping you get back on the meal planning wagon with meal planning tips and weekly giveaways through Instagram!
- A spot in MacKenzie Koppa’s Back-to-School Mini Cohort.
- A 2023 Ink+Volt Goal Planner.
- One year subscriptions to both Cook’s Illustrated and Food & Wine Magazines.
- A 4-pack of virtual cooking classes with The Effortless Kitchen.
- Four chances to win a free year subscription of Plan to Eat!
Don’t miss our emails with tips and giveaway info starting Monday, August 1st.
Mobile App Updates
We’ve been squashing bugs and working on new features for the Plan to Eat app! This month we released app version 2.9.9.
- We fixed a bug in the recipe keyword search. Recipes with the exact search keywords in their titles will now appear first in the search results.
- We fixed a bug causing Apple App Store payments to appear incomplete.
- We fixed a bug preventing images from importing in the Android share extension.
- We added share extension support for apps other than Safari. Plan to Eat should now appear as a sharing option anywhere you can share a URL, including all major browser apps, HelloFresh, and Yummly.
This month we made some behind-the-scenes updates on the website and fixed a scrolling bug in the Recipe Clipper.
The Development Team is hard at work on an new feature for the Plan to Eat website. Stay tuned for an exciting feature release in the upcoming months!
We will continue to notify you of any updates and new features on our blog and via email. In the meantime, if you have any questions, you can always contact our support team.
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