Kitchenbug is the ultimate tool for food bloggers, providing full recipe nutritional analysis, rich-snippets compliance, unit conversion and more.
Kitchenbug uses cutting-edge algorithms implementing Natural Language Processing technology and semantic analysis. We use them to explore the recipe and extract information which does not appear in the recipe, e.g: calories, saturated fat, sugar free, low sodium, high calcium etc.
In order to add a recipe to your WordPress blog, using Kitchenbug:
In order to edit an existing recipe, simply click on the Kitchenbug Mustache button, to re-open the relevant form.
Your readers eat with their eyes.
Your blog and your recipes are your personal outlet, and you want both to have their own unique look. Kitchenbug WordPress Plugin allows you to install, design and switch between themes, therefore changing the way your recipes look and behave inside your blog.
By using any of the themes provided with the Kitchenbug WordPress Plugin, you can easily adapt a distinct look for your recipes. Alternatively, you can design your own theme according to your own wishes. Simply go to the Kitchenbug settings page, select a recipe theme, and save your changes, and your blog's recipes' display will change immediately.
Follow this link for more information on creating themes: http://getsatisfaction.com/kitchenbug/topics/making_your_own_theme
The Kitchenbug plugin performs a thorough analysis of your recipe's text, in order to provide you with its nutrition values and food labels.
In order for the analysis process to identify a section header in your recipe (such as "for the sauce" etc.), use the following rule: Start your recipe section header with a colon punctuation. Example: ":Sauce" This will generate a header titled "Sauce", in bold.
By default, recipes are rendered wherever a shortcode appears in your post. In order to change this behavior, turn on the excerpt feature in the Kitchenbug Settings page and a short summary of the recipe will appear instead.
Kitchenbug's culinary engine analyzes your recipes in order to provide your viewers with nutritional information. Our team of registered dietitians constantly works at adding nutritional information, so that every ingredient in your recipe is correctly identified. However, since the number of ingredients is enormous and each ingredient can be written in various ways, you may encounter issues that prevent a full analysis. Our culinary engine handles these issues by displaying one of the following errors messages:
Kitchenbug uses a constantly updating its database, provided by the US Department of Agriculture and additional sources. The DB includes over 12,000 ingredients, ranging from the most basic fruits and vegetables to more complex household products such as Oreo cookies, Heinz Ketchup and more. However, sometimes ingredients in your recipe might not be identified due to any number of reasons (misspelling, unidentified synonyms and more). When this happens, you, as a user, are prompted to make the relevant changes needed in order to complete the analysis process. In addition, you can always skip this process and publish your recipe without nutritional information. In addition, we are automatically notified when problems occur during the analysis process, and consequently update the DB with the relevant info. Due to the steep learning curve of the system, in time these events will not occur.
Rich Snippet Support Kitchenbug is the only Plugin that delivers an A to Z solution for rich-snippets. Rich snippets are the basic tool to get good recipe SEO on the internet. All of Kitchenbug's recipes are structured to comply with the rich-snippets recipe schema. However, Kitchenbug is the only plugin that not only creates the template, but also analyzes your recipe, generates data - And fills in the blanks for you. Making you more findable and visible. The Kitchenbug plugin analyzes the recipe, extracts all the necessary info out of it (caloric value, fat level etc...) and automatically creates all of the relevant tags, from the basic cooking time and ingredients, to the more complex full nutritional information. When publishing a recipe using Kitchenbug's plugin it will format this information in order to comply with rich-snippets requirements. The Kitchenbug plug-in does all of the dirty technical work, such as recipe analysis and formatting for you, leaving you free to do what you want to do - cook and write about food.
At this stage, no. Adding more than one recipe with the Kitchenbug plugin is not possible. This is done for SEO purposes, and in compliance with google's rich snippets limitations. According to Google, using recipe markups on a page containing multiple recipes is not supported.
The Kitchenbug plugin is a great tool to get nutritional info about your recipe, whether if it is for specific diet purposes or even if it is just to make an informed decision. Once analyzed, nutritional values are presented and labels are created to interpret the numbers into comprehensible data. Highlight nutrients (calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium and carbohydrates) are presented right above the ingredients with auto tags in different colors to indicate if these are nutrients to limit or to get enough of. This is so simple and easy to understand. The newly designed "Dig in" screen provides blog readers with the most comprehensive nutritional and dietary information regarding the recipe, including the familiar "Nutrition Facts" table and a full nutritional analysis and clear dietary labels (such as "High Fiber", "Low Calorie", "High Vitamin C" and numerous more).
Requires: 3.2.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-5-28
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