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    Hi I recently seen the online video from Rivercottage promoting this new book which is out today. Just wondering if other people may be successfully using the recipes in Hugh's first veg book and keeping within the rules of Phase 2, I believe most are 'fat' meals, but not to sure. Thanks

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    Hiya,

    I've not seen the book but most recipes can be adapted to phase 2!

    If Amazon have got it - you can usually have a 'look inside' the book.
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    oh yes Amazon... I hadn't thought of that and maybe Kindle has a sample. Will have a look. Thanks

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    No worries! Let us know if it is any good!
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    I like his recipes but always leave out the honey or sugar!

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    The piccalilli recipe I found from River Cottage worked superbly with all sugar removed!

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    Pickledwillie as I used to think it was called - I'm sure my dad *did* used to call it that and then change it to the real word when I said "you wot????"
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    thats good to know, thanks

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    I have the first book. Lots of lovely recipes and easy to adapt, but most have long lists of ingredients and are time-consuming, so I do not use it as much as I would like. Lovely photos though!

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    I am very mean when it comes to buying cookery books. Unless very cheap in charity shop I do not buy but google recipes, saves money and shelf space.

    I took Tom Kerridge's book on holiday, glad I brought it through the charity shop, think it will be going back.

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