Defining naming conventions for your database can help keep your database organized and allow you to quickly filter and identify your Ingredients and Recipes. This post walks through best practices and tips for creating your own naming convention.
Customers often ask the question, "How do I enter the correct weight of meat when my recipe refers to a beginning raw weight, but my nutritionals need to show cooked meat values?" The ESHA database includes yield options for many USDA and Canadian Nutrient File items that allow you to enter a beginning raw weight, but...Read more
Using Groups is an efficient way to organize your data and records. The ESHA database comes pre-populated with a list of common food groups and characteristics you can associate your records with. In addition, you can add your own Groups to the ESHA Database to help facilitate organization and ease of searching. Check out our blog post...Read more
When you create a file in common software programs - MS Word or Adobe Photoshop, for example - you name the file and save it in a folder, most likely somewhere on your computer or on a server. You will probably have a variety of folders and sub-folders with different names for different types of files. This is...Read more