How to Save Recipes on Just Like Oma

Oma Gerhild

by: Gerhild Fulson  /  Cookbook Author, Blogger, German Oma!

To make things a bit easier for finding recipes that you've used or want to make, let me tell you how to save recipes from my Just Like Oma site. It takes just minutes to set up your free (for always) account, and you can start saving / bookmarking as many recipes as you wish.

Not only can you save my recipes, but you can easily search my site for other recipes and share them on social media as well.

I've set up my site with A free search/save/share program that makes it easy to find and bookmark recipes and articles. 

grow search and save

What is is the easy answer for saving recipes and articles. Thousands of websites are using Grow as an easy way for you to save their recipes and articles in one place with one account. Save them and share them on social media, as you wish.

Follow along, step-by-step below, to set up Grow to create your ultimate recipe collection. 

Setting up Your Account

To get started, locate the red Grow icon in the bottom-right corner of this page (or any other page) that appears as you start to scroll down the page.

It's that funny-looking 'share' icon with the + sign. Click on it.

Click the grow icon

The popup below shows up. Although you can use this to search, bookmark, and share, right now, click on the red Sign In button.

Click on the red Sign In button

Create your Grow Account by choosing to sign up using Google, Facebook, or your email address.

Fill out the grow sign up page

If it tells you the email has already been used, you've probably already signed up for Grow elsewhere. In the top-right corner, there's a toggle button to switch between Sign Up and Log In.

Toggle between Grow sign up and Log in.

If it's telling you that you've already used that email, use the Log In side. If you've forgotten your password, just click on the "Forgot password" and you'll be sent an email to reset the password.

You do not need to create a new account. Just one Grow account is needed to save all your favorite recipes and articles from around the web.

Saving Recipes

When you stumble upon a recipe that piques your interest, spot the Grow icon at the bottom of the screen. Click it, and voila! That recipe is now saved. You're not limited in the number of recipes you can save, so go ahead and collect as many as your heart desires.

Think of Grow as a versatile tool to save and share recipes from across different websites. Look out for the Grow icon on most sites; it's your cue to start saving recipes hassle-free.

Save recipes across the web

In the screenshot above, you'll see that some recipes I've saved are mine, Just Like Oma, there's one from Recipe Runner, and two from Noshing With The Nolands. There's no limit to how many or from where you save from the thousands of websites that are using Grow.

The Grow icon won't always be red. The color matches the branding of the website, and occasionally, it will be in the lower-left corner. However, its shape and features are the same.

Features of

One of its main features is the ability to effortlessly save recipes. Additionally, you can share these recipes with friends and family on popular social media platforms like Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.

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With, you're all set to gather your favorite recipes stress-free. Enjoy building your culinary treasure trove while exploring new and exciting recipes! 

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