The Food and Recipe API is spoonacular's Food, Recipe, Menu, Restaurant and Nutrition API which allows users to access over 360,000 recipes and 80,000 food products. The API has a food ontology that makes it possible to search for recipes using natural language (such as "gluten free brownies without sugar"). Users can visualize recipe nutrition and ingredient lists, analyze recipe costs, find recipes by nutritional requirements, favorite ingredients, or what's in the fridge, classify recipes, convert ingredient amounts, and even compute an entire meal plan.
spoonacular strives to be the first food management system that combines eating in or out with finding and organizing the restaurants, products, and recipes that fit your diet and help you reach your nutritional goals.
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