The program syncs between all your electronic devices, so it becomes a tool you can use at home or in the grocery store when you're searching for a specific recipe that "you know you saw!" earlier that day. We believe you don't even have to necessarily be online to access it.
We're even thinking that we could scan the recipes we flag in our food magazines every month into our computer and then add them to Evernote. The program can recognize text, so this makes it easy to find recipes even when we can't remember the exact title or where we saw it.
We're still in the early stages of feeling out this new program, but we already think this could be a very useful tool for a lot of us. Like any new organization system, the initial set-up and transition takes some time and energy. But once it's established, it seems like using Evernote should be a snap.
Having everything in one place has a lot of appeal. Having it be easily searchable has even more appeal.
Do you use Evernote? How do you apply it to cooking and recipe organization?
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