Originally Posted by tanya3b
The only thing I have to say is that this one is not very user friendly, you can modify it. What I mean is you can add your own ingredients to the list. Plus I live is Canada, so yes we use some imperial, but we are metric, so litres, and grams.
thanks for trying, anything I have seen you have to pay for.
I looked that one over and wrote up one myself that is easy to add to, and will add up all the amounts you need by units--no matter if they are imperial or metric--you choose the cost per unit, and the quantity and they are multiplied by the form and you get a column with totals that are added up at the bottom as a total recipe cost, and you can then divide that cost by the number of servings for a per serving cost..
I did it with my own list of basic ingredients of things we use in the bakery I work in. I don't have prices for anything because I don't handle that part, but in your own place you have access to that info and can just plug it in. I can send you the spreadsheet if you have excel, or if you don't, you can use http://download.openoffice.org/
to read and use it. Let me know.