Free Food Cost Calculator Web Based Software Completed!
Yes, the free recipe costing software is complete and being tested by our beta testers. If you have subscribed to my site, you will be receiving an email within in a few days to create your account. We ask that you do not share this link with the public until our official release date December 26, 2011. We want our subscribers to be the first to use it and comment on it. We are looking for your feedback and would appreciate thoughts on how to improve this web based software prior to our official release date.
We have created a new Free Recipe Costing Web Based Software. Due to the popularity of our free recipe costing calculator, it’s put a strain on our WordPress web page. Everyday we’re getting new users using this web page and we’re at 900 monthly users.
It became obvious to us that we needed to create a more stable web based application to prevent the recipe cost calculator from slowing down.
First look at our new free recipe costing software
This is the recipe costing screen. Very similar to the one most of our users use today. You can view the recipe calculator by clicking here.
There will be two versions offered. The Free version that will have sponsor ads and the paid version will remove the ads from the pages and reports. The paid version will also include nutritional data provided by the USDA database R23 which is set to be released first week of January, 2012.
In addition, paid subscription using the USDA database will be able to create nutritional labels for their recipes and print them.
It’s Done! Calculating Recipe and Food Costs using our new version of Kitchen Porter Tech™ software
It’s been some time since I last posted on my blog and for good reason. We finally finished our new version of Kitchen Porter Tech™. Before you ask… Yes, we added the Milligrams, kilograms, and Grams to this version. We also have added reports to be able to print your recipes.
Visit our website www.kitchenportertech.com to learn more about our website. We are also posting videos on YouTube to demonstrate the other features we built into our software.
Below is a video to show you how we calculate food costs using the “Hot Wing” example. We’re going to continue developing and improving our software, and as soon as we’re off and running I will continue to post more ways to rank on the top of the search engines including how to develop new landing pages for Facebook using HTML.