PRLog - July 17, 2012 - NEW YORK -- What’s for Dinner(http://
What’s for Dinner solves the age old question of what to eat for dinner (and other meals). We estimate that you lose a good two and a half minutes a day thinking over this question, which may not seem like a lot but it adds up. If you look at how much time you waste thinking about what to eat for dinner over the course of a year you lose a bit more than 15 hours. If you could solve the issue of knowing what to eat for each meal, it would almost be as if you had gained a whole extra half a day every year.
What’s for Dinner provides the solution to this problem of what to eat for any meal. To use the tool, one must enter a couple of things in. First, the user has to enter in a couple of their favorite meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Next, the user will enter in the number of days they wish to schedule. Finally, the user can enter in the minimum number of days between a repeat meal. This allows the user to create a very flexible schedule depending on how much time they want to pass between meals. After this, the user just submits their input and What’s for Dinner creates their very own personalized meal schedule.