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ps. Here’s what Livvie from Canada, had to say about the eCookbook
“Okay – so honestly, as a student, I would really have to say that a lot of the stuff in this book, especially for me working two jobs, and going to school for 40 hours a week, would really benefit from a lot of the recipes.
Cooking a lot of them it does get the job done in about 15 minutes or less. (I’m a really slow person so some recipes take me a while longer but not overtly long). The pictures are very vibrant, and for the most part, the recipes = the pictures which is ALWAYS good.
I would recommend this to my friends who really enjoy cooking. Your recipes are very much modifiable for the most part (for those who need a gluten free, or legume free or vegetarian, or vegan concepts, and that’s pretty much my entire circle of friends. we’re very much a picky eater crowd. Which is a good thing we like cooking! We’d starve!).
However, it is truly a very beautiful book, and I’m very glad that I got to preview it. I hope it’s a big hit and they enjoy the recipes as much as I do!”
Jules, the book is WONDERFUL!!! It definitely has already became an instant favorite of mine!
Oh THANK YOU Mandy,
So glad you’re enjoying it!
Jules, I’ve just bought and downloaded the book, and subsequently spent the best part of an hour (I’m at work!) scrolling down through it and salivating and with a growling stomach! I’m an avid cookbook buyer and usually I find there are quite a few recipes in most books that just do not appeal. So for the first time I have found a book in which I am geniunely excited to try every single recipe! And I love the tweaks and alternative suggestions for each one. I can’t wait to get stuck in to cooking all of these dishes, and if I didn’t already have broccoli-cauliflower-and-macaroni cheese planned for tonight’s dinner, I’d be starting straight away! The best (and least!) money I’ve ever spent on a cookbook! Thank you!
So glad you’re enjoying it.
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