Today I received my book scanner (Czur Shine) and now I can finally start to scan my books. I decided to start with my cookbooks. My idea is to put the scanned results (scanned to PDF or Word with OCR) in the software Paprika.
Have anyone of you started a similar project with scanning cookbooks? What was your best practice and how did it turn out for you?
All the best,
P.S: I have tried to contact Paprikas support, but they aren’t exactly great into replying to me.
Thank you for your suggestions. I do have Evernote, which is together with Devonthink and the other two great archive software.
But I am still into a special software for collecting recipes. Paprika is good for digital collecting, like finding recipes on line and adding them to Paprika. It’s easy to search in. But as we now found out not great for importing from analog books.
P.S. I just love Devonthink, but not a user at this time… I have Devonthink Pro ver. 1
P.S. Again. This guy was thinking similar ideas like min, back in 2013 (his solution for the scanned books was… Evernote)