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- Print Length: 261 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 21, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AOBO2JA
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,503 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Satisfying Eats: Grain-Free, Sugar-Free & Hunger-Free Cookbook Kindle Edition
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This cookbook is very well organized & has wonderful, thoughtful, valid, & vital sections on the how & why for using these wonderful recipes, shopping for food, stocking your pantry, organizing your cooking-day/week in order to easily create these recipes for all your meals, and good cookware to use although you don't need much more than is already in the average kitchen.
The kindle edition needs some editing & tweeking. 1) Many recipes do not have carb counts included--the author states in the beginning that this is included in all recipes (for instance No-Grain Granola/Cereal and Ricotta Waffles/Pancakes do not include carb count). 2) The Table of Contents is listed as "Contents" at the beginning of the book, so it does not show up in the settings as a link and you'll either have to search for the Table of Contents or go to the beginning of the book & flip through pages until you get to the Table of Contents, which is 5 page turns, I know because I've had to do it so many times. 3) The section on "Crock Pot Recipes" in the Table of Contents does not have links from the recipes in that list to the page in the book as do all the other recipes in the Table of Contents. They simply list the page number, which is not relevant in an eBook, so you have to do a search for those recipes. 4) The links to her excellent blog are listed as [...](sic--yes, it is misspelled in the book) which takes you to a page that says that address does not exist because it is not the correct address. The correct address is [...] 5) Most of the recipes that include using other recipes in the book have a link in the original recipe that takes you to the other recipe (like French Toast will also give you a link to the necessary Cinnamon Bread recipe), but some do not: they will state that the other recipe you will also need to use is on a certain page number, which again is not relevant in an eBook, so you have to do a search for the second recipe (Easy Crunchy Chips/Crackers states you can serve it with Amazing Salsa on page 35 and does not give a link to the salsa recipe page).
In spite of the eBook faults, it is still an excellent cookbook. I have bought the kindle version for myself. When the hard-copy is in print I will buy one for myself and two for gifts. Highly recommended for everyone who eats food!!
The ebook version of the cookbook has been updated almost entirely in order to include most of the links that were missing when I first reviewed it (above). There are still missing links (but not nearly as many as before). For example, the Pecan Pie Ice-Cream recipe refers to another recipe this way: "Candied" Nuts (pg )--no page number & no link provided, and there are a few more such instances. Also, in the Table of Contents the "Crock Pot Recipes" and "Appendix" headings still do not link to those sections; otherwise the Table of Contents is all linked and very well done. Grammar and spelling, for the most part, is much, much better than in the blog, so the narrative in the cookbook is very easy to understand on the first read-through, you don't have to read it again to make sure you understood correctly.
Having said all that, the recipes themselves are virtually flawless in execution, very easy to duplicate, and reliable results can be depended on every time. PLUS, THEY ARE ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS! I never cared much for bread anyway, so I had no problem letting go of it when I went GFSF, but I LOVE All of Melissa's bread recipes and happily include them in my meal plans. Her pizza and waffles are SO much better than those dishes Ever were when made with wheat flour by anybody or any restaurant. She has REALLY spoiled me for eating out: only the very best restaurants and steakhouses can measure up to the recipes in this cookbook and on her blog! Again: this cookbook is highly recommended for everyone who eats food!
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