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Subject: Recipe Cleaner 2.2

Recipe Cleaner removes unwanted information from any recipe, and leaves
behind a clean, consistently formatted recipe. Recipe Cleaner has special
provisions for cleaning up MasterCook and Meal-Master recipes.

Recipe Cleaner creates a neat, uniform recipe, from the many badly written
recipes available on the Internet. As an example: recipe quantities can be
abbreviated many ways, Tablespoons for instance can be written as Tbsp,
tbsp, T, TBSP, tbs., tbsp., tbsps, tbs, tbls and more... With one click of
the button Recipe Cleaner goes to work replacing hundreds of words and
characters to make your recipes look great throughout your collection.

Recipe Cleaner saves an unbelievable amount of time, and by removing
unwanted text and reducing the recipe's content, it saves file size as well.
If you have hundreds, or maybe thousands of recipes, this can really improve
hard drive space and software performance. You can clean one or many recipes
at a time (aprox. 30 recipes).

Recipe Cleaner has Spell Checking and Built-In Help.

This is a marvelous tool if you download recipes from the Internet or you
have a collection of MasterCook Mac recipes. You'll use it over and over

Here's what Recipe Cleaner doesn't do...

It doesn't directly import recipes files that have been exported from
MasterCook and Meal-Master. However, you can paste them into Recipe Cleaner
and make them ready to add to CookWare Deluxe.
It does not clean Meal-Master recipes that have two side-by-side columns of

* CookWare Deluxe 1.2 is required to import Recipe Cleaner files. When
importing recipe files into CookWare Deluxe, each recipe will be placed into
the directions area of CookWare Deluxe 1.2; from there you'll need to drag
the title and ingredients to their respective areas.