Add the option to add final weight for cooked food
Please add the option to add final weight for cooked food - as it can be much different depending on the preparation method than the raw ingredients. (Water evaporation, etc.)
For this though, it is likely that the user would have to mark a recipe "Cooked" and copy it to a currently available cooked meal list.
Under consideration Recipes Suggested by: Adam • Upvoted: 26 Mar • Comments: 30
I think would be really useful!
Thinking about a soup or a Risotto... I perfectly know how many ingredients I'm using and how much they weight. But when I combine and cook them...
Please, could you make some changes when creating a recipe, change the weight of the finished product. This is extremely important! Since when cooking, the weight increases or decreases, and the caloric content is quite different. Without this option, need to download another app and transfer the created recipe to YAZIO. Which is extremely inconvenient and time -consuming.
"Add total weight to custom recipe" (suggested by alpap on 2020-04-01), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Please add this option. When cooking big portions, it makes an important difference. I have an example for soup: due to the difference in weight between raw and cooked, the kcal/100gr is 46% higher.
I have already asked for that - I believe it’s not only useful but really necessary as many foods change considerably the amount of calories they represent when cooked. For a lot there are already some values, but having a function to convert would be just great ! Rice, pasta etc. have a difference up to 70% sometimes !
Catherine Surnova Merged
Please add a new field to fill when creating recipes: weight of the cooked dish. This is simply necessary in order to be correctly considered calories, proteins, fats and carbohydrates, because during heat treatment the weight of the products decreases.
"Add a new field to fill when creating recipes" (suggested by Catherine Surnova on 2020-06-25), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
When I create a Food, I can set a final weight after cooking. Also I can add a recipe wich have a final weight consisting of total ingredients weight. And if I cooked something according to my recipe I'll get a dish with different final weight. In this case I copy calories (& PFC) and create new food with those parameters and portion size equal to final dish's weight. Maybe it's able to add an opportunity to convert a recipe to a food including a step with correcting a dish weight? Or just by ad
When creating foods, app asks how many portions it is. I would need it to ask how much the whole food weighs, so when i eat it, and weigh it, i can just put the weight in yazio, and it calculates the calories. I make food for the whole family and some eat more than others, so i can't tell how many portions it is..
"Recipe to a Food" (suggested by Anastasia on 2020-07-15), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
"Create food and add weight" (suggested by Sanna on 2020-07-16), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
It would be very useful to be able to create dishes with the option of choosing the weight and how much you ate later. Let me explain more precisely, so let's assume that I am cooking some sauce with chicken and, for example, add 500 grams of chicken breast, plus 1 kg of tomatoes, etc., let's say that in the end such a ready-made dish weighs 2 kg. It would be good if there was a choice that, for example, I will eat 400 grams of this dish today and the application should provide me with all the necessary information about macronutrients. Currently, when cooking and adding a dish to the application, I already need to know how many equal portions the prepared meal consists of, and I know from experience that it is difficult to estimate, and the portions I eat do not always have to be equal.
It seems to me that introducing such an option would not be troublesome, and it would distinguish you from the competition (I have not seen such an option anywhere). People often cook for their famili
+1 for this feature
Right now its only possible to register af "potion of meal" it would be nice to have the possibility to add grams of total recipe, and with the sub-possibility to add the prepared weight of the recipe/meal
To calculate the weight of a recipe, Yazio only use the raw ingredients and add the weights and divide it by number of parts.
But when we cook it, the weight change, they should add an option to enter the weight once cooked.
Now it's only good for salads.
If I bake a cake it thinks one piece is 300g instead of real 180.
Good afternoon. I use the pro version of the app and create recipes. I took 200 grams of meat + 200 potatoes-weight 400, 500kcal/100g, but THE APPLICATION DOES NOT TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THAT THE FOOD IS BEING FRIED, that is :there was 200 grams of meat-it became 150 when frying and so on, and the application shows the weight of the portion by the weight of the raw product
Add the line "weight after cooking" (Fill in manually), so that the weight of the FINISHED portion is entered in the diary, and not the raw product. Caloric content at the same time, the weight of the finished product will be = the weight of the raw
it's hard to understand how much I eat because recipe calculate the weight of raw products. but sometimes the ttl weight of ready meal is less. so pls add the field "weight of ready meal" and automaticaly calculating kkal for 100g of ready meal
Felix Kern Admin Merged
"add weight of ready meal for "my recipes"" (suggested by Olena on 2021-06-02), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Felix Kern Admin
"Add recipe weight once cooked" (suggested by Aude on 2021-03-24), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Felix Kern Admin
"Weight total of recipe" (suggested by Jon on 2021-03-20), including upvotes (2) and comments (2), was merged into this suggestion.
"Add counting accuracy" (suggested by Анастасия on 2021-04-14), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
"a choice of how much ready-made meal was eaten (in grams)" (suggested by Paul on 2021-02-06), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Just started using the app and was suprised that its not added, even though customers request it since nov 2019.
also entering recipes based on portions does not make much sence… all ingriedients are all entered by grams already and if you add the function of registering started and cooked weight you would be able to calculate the calories per 100 gr with ease.
This function highly necessary
This would make a huge different in the app. Its a bit sad that this request has been made since more than 3 years, and still no updates :(
It shouldn’t take too much time to add one more field at the end of the recipe so we could get the kcal/100g
when adding products in the recipe, I have to specify the number of servings. when adding a recipe to a meal, I can choose a portion instead of a gram, but it is not possible to edit the weight.
today I made a dish and I did not know how many more portions there would be, so I added as one. When i change to grams app showed me that the portion was 1300g, and in fact it was 1006g.. and I cant Edit it
Felix Kern Admin
"add the ability to add weight in the recipe" (suggested by Rad on 2022-04-06), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
I usually cook myself, usually for the whole family, and it's of course not guided by recipes. I would like to enter all the ingredients and the portion I took for myself, so that the app would automagically calculate kcal/nutrient composition for my portion specifically.
I would also like to understand how suggestion mechanism works - how possible is it for the suggestion to affect the development process. From my experience with Atlassian, Spotify, Skype, etc - it's usually ignored.
It's absolutely must have!
If we cooked something big amount of meal, usually hard to calculate how many portions it is. Otherwise "one portion" of the food is not too realistic, because somebody may wants to eat bigger portion than another one in the family.
To have the option for giving the total weight for the recipe will give the option for the user to register his/her portion of meal in grams which will be much more accurate.