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Ingredient List for TFL Bakers

A previous blog:

If you are one of the TFL members already on my Applications list, new application was already sent to you. If you are not on that list, and could use a free spreadsheet calculator for determining the Calories, Grams, and Ounces for the amounts you enter on any of 155 existing ingredients entries, as well as the option for you to edit the existing information, and space for you to add to the list in any of the 45 remaining blank slots, then you might want to look at the sample PDF file, which I placed on Google Doc:

I generate many programs for my own needs. If they seem like others might find them of use, I have been placing them in Public Domain and sending copies to those that have previously requests any of those that I have given copies to in the past.

If, after looking at the PDF example of the spreadsheet, and if you have Open-Office, or Excel, then I will e-mail you copies, if you request them. To do so, simply e-mail me with " TFL Apps " as the Subject Line. That is all you need do, I will e-mail you copies, and add you to the list. The list is only for these free applications, and updates, etc. I maintain the list myself and for no other purpose. I will also remove your name at anytime request me to do so, with no reason necessary to be given.

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Spreadsheet translator--volumetric recipe to gram wgts recipe

September 17, 2010 - 10:22am -- sf mountain

Does anyone know of an Excel spreadsheet type translation program that will turn a standard (American-style) volumetric recipe into a gram weight recipe? Being unable to find one, I have been working on a simple version: a spreadsheet that translates the whole recipe at once. Most conversion systems i've seen on the internet work on a one-ingredient-at-a-time basis; i like being able to translate the whole recipe at one fell swoop..


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Downloading Baker's Spreadsheets

November 21, 2009 - 9:22pm -- Postal Grunt

I was looking through an older post on sourdough by JMonkey that mentioned a spreadsheet that Floyd developed for downloading. My Firefox browser opened up a small window that indicated it needed Excel for the download. I don't have Excel but I have heard about Open Office and thought that someone here on TFL just might know if this freeware would be able to handle the download and save it in an intelligible manner for me. I have the hard drive space so that problem is resolved but I need to know if that's the answer or should I be looking elsewhere?

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Excel 2003 - Simple Dough Scaling Spreadsheet

January 23, 2008 - 10:02pm -- sonofYah

I have made a simple little 1 sheet spreadsheet to scale recipes easily. I have attached comments to certain cells in the spreadsheet to explain how it works. If anyone is interested, I saved it in Excel 2003 format. If you are interested in obtaining a copy of this spreadsheet, email me and I will send you a copy. It is only 25 kb in size.

If you see a problem with it, let me know and I will correct it.

 --Gordon in TX--

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