Plan the transformation tasks of by-products, articles or sub-recipes, before the manufacture of the finished product.
When planning a production, the final recipes are often the subject of intermediate preparations.
These tasks are time consuming and have a strong impact on the organization in the kitchen since they must be sufficiently anticipated. Efficient production is therefore subject to careful organization, in which all production and transformation tasks are individually planned over time.
Let's take the example of a production of lasagna with a homemade dough:
Note that it is possible to merge the sub-recipe tasks (known as identical elements in the interface) when planning a selection of recipes from a template or from sales. This makes it possible to predict the needs by batch rather than doing several sub-tasks for the same sub-recipe provided for in several final recipes.
In the list of production tasks, accessible in the Production tab of the main menu.
To add sub-recipe tasks to production from a template or a sales list:
Upon validation, the user is automatically redirected to production showing the tasks of recipes and sub-recipes planned from the model or from sales.