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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenrenn View Post
    I have 3 years worth is sw magazines and all there books in my cupboard.
    Hangs her head in shame.
    Why hang head on shame. Perhaps recycle them to your charity shop to make space for real food cook books. I'm a sucker for recipe books. I gave a huge number away when I migrated and I'm slowly replacing them. Often just for one recipe. The Harcombe cook books don't get put away. Even took the latest into the restaurant that's catering for my birthday to show him the Hors d'oevres I wanted.
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    I have two diet books by Sue Kreitzman. I now ignore all her 'ditch the fat' advice, but I do love her flavour combinations, so I still use them frequently.

    If I like only one recipe in a book, I tear it out and add it to my folder, then ditch the book

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    I tear out magazine pages, but books are sacrosanct, for reasons I can't explain! But I have quite a few books I use just one or two recipes from!

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    Don't get me wrong, I love books, can't bear it when people turn down the corner of the page to mark their place. But for some reason, I have a completely different relationship with cookery books. They've got to earn their place, or they're out. And I've never regretted it once I've got rid of a cookery book.

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    That's my attitude to husbands! I like unmolested ears and they've got to earn their place
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    Ah, that's where I've been going wrong all these years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarah(sjc) View Post
    I'm still working through Tom Kerridge, haven't had a bad meal yet, and even daughter is having pizza omelettes at uni!
    which book do you use? his low carb one?

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    Yes. The Dopamine Diet. The recipes have to be adapted a little because he uses artificial sweeteners occasionally, but it's nothing major. It's an excellent cookery book.

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    The turkey burgers were yummy, no kohlrabi but made coleslaw with cabbage and raw turnip, as nice coleslaw as I've had! And OH had cold leftover burgers in his lunchbox next day - definitely one to repeat.

    Very pleased with the book!

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