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Unread 10 Jan 20, 11:35 PM  
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Are the books any different to what you can find online? I use their website quite a lot, and really enjoy the recipes Ive tried so far.
Not really you can get most (probably all but I havent checked) of the recipes online but I quite like using a book especially for meal planning.
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Not really you can get most (probably all but I havent checked) of the recipes online but I quite like using a book especially for meal planning.
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I like flicking through cook books too, but have discovered over the years that I usually only cook one or two things from each one, so I recently had a cull! However, for 5.99 I think I might treat myself as I have tried quite of a few from Pinch of Nom.
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I like flicking through cook books too, but have discovered over the years that I usually only cook one or two things from each one, so I recently had a cull! However, for 5.99 I think I might treat myself as I have tried quite of a few from Pinch of Nom.
Im usually the same but Ive actually used these quite a bit, unlike most of my Jamie Oliver ones
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The first one is really good unlike most cook books we use loads out of it. Im not so keen on the 2nd one every day light

The receives are really easy and some give 3 methods Id oven, slow cooker, pressure cooker
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Is the second book called Pinch of Nom Everyday Light?
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Is the second book called Pinch of Nom Everyday Light?
Yes it is and it has a red/orange cover
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I know these books have been around a while, but I hadn't actually leafed through one until I was in Sainsburys the other day. The ones I saw all looked really lovely & simple to cook. I didn't buy it at the time though but i'm very tempted now!
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I know these books have been around a while, but I hadn't actually leafed through one until I was in Sainsburys the other day. The ones I saw all looked really lovely & simple to cook. I didn't buy it at the time though but i'm very tempted now!
Have a look at the website too, used that for years before books came out and its great. My only main is that is contains quite a lot of advertising with each recipe but its a free website and I understand thats how they made it pay
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