My mom's least favorite question to ask has always been "what do you want for dinner?" because, inevitably, the rest of us would say "I don't know."
The app makes it easier to plan, shop, prepare, and cook meals so you're less likely to opt for takeout.
After you download the app, you can create a Food Profile. You'll be asked about dietary restrictions, food allergies, dislikes, gender (there's a neutral option), activity level, and some basic information about yourself.
Your profile will include recommended dishes, quick recipes, popular recipes, and low-calorie recipes.
Recipes are also categorized into types, like main dishes, tacos and wraps, grain bowls, pastas, and salads.
Tapping a choice, like chicken, generates a list of potential recipes. Innit will tell you how long it takes to make it, how many ingredients you need, and how many calories are in the dish.
You can favorite a recipe by tapping the heart icon, explore the ingredients, or add it to your cooking plan.
Recipes and ingredients are searchable. You can schedule a week's worth of meals, start a grocery list, and add items to the app's calendar.
Knowing what you want to cook for the week can make shopping, cooking, and planning ahead so much easier.
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