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    Free Kindle Download ~ Cooking From Scraps

    Molly53
    Tue Jul 02, 2013 10:30 am
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    Time sensitive. http://www.amazon.com/How-Cook-From-Scraps-ebook/dp/B00DC0NCZ0



    With more than 50 recipes and lots of tips, How to Cook from Scraps is the perfect book for anyone who wants to go beyond meals that come out of a box or the freezer aisle. Learning to cook from scraps is about cooking efficiently and throwing away less. Sometimes cooking from scraps is learning to reinvent leftovers. Sometimes it is making your own broth. Cooking from scraps is always about making the food you already have in your house go further.

    Cooking efficiently means saving money, creating less waste, and making meals entirely at home. Using the recipes and advice in How to Cook from Scraps, you will utilize every part of your food (even vegetable peels) and run your kitchen in a way that caters to this kind of efficiency. This book focuses on the recipes that are both from scraps and from scratch, but you will find as you make the meals that the tips for cooking this way will make you think differently about how your kitchen is organized.

    If you don’t do any cooking from scraps or scratch yet, don’t be daunted. We will take you through the steps you need to change from a throw-away kind of kitchen, to a kitchen that makes wholesome and “whole” foods.
    Krislady
    Wed Jul 03, 2013 5:51 pm
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    Very nice, Molly - I hope lots of people see this and take advantage!

    LIke I always say - free is free! icon_smile.gif
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