I really enjoyed the first version, and it gave me motivation to look and try a few things that were not in the book. Funnily enough in the second version are some of the things I looked at like Teriyaki sauce. I think it is just great first off to find a way of making "substitute" Condiments if you run out and simple, and now secondly some great sauces etc. Hmm I think I should wait for version three to see what supprises await us then. Thanks for a great useful reference/experimentation Book
This updated version with more recipes is awesome. I love the Avocado Mayo and Asian Cooking Sauce are my favorites. Looking forward to trying some more recipes in the new version.
While living in Australia, some ingredients may not be available to me however there are many recipes I will be trying out. I like the thought of knowing what is in my food and many of these recipes sound delicious.
Just received the second edition and saw a lot of good recipes. I see this as a basic and very valuable resource for those who like to make their own food. I was pleased to see a couple recipes that I already do that were similar and included the ingredients that, in my personal opinion, are key to put these recipes in "the best" category. Thank you for compiling this book. I will use it often.
Though I haven't yet had the chance to fully appreciate all the information packed in this little gem, I have learned so much from what I have read. I am looking forward to continuing my "education" in the near future.
There are so many recipes and they all look very healthy and simple to make. Can't wait to try them out!
There are so many interesting and good sounding recipes in this little booklet...it is crammed full. Can hardly wait to get started on some of these.
So many recipes! I'm not sure I'd ever make them all, but I look forward to starting with homemade mayo
I make quite a few of my own condiments and this book really helps save time and money. We all know what it's like to run out of something for a recipe. Instead of running to the grocery store, wasting time and money, Make it yourself, with the help of your children or grandchildren. It will make them feel Great when they know they have helped with making dinner as well as accomplished for making something to eat. My Grand-daughter Loves helping in the Kitchen and I let her have fun while we cook. She is 9 years old, but she already knows her way around the kitchen and how to read Recipes. She's already a Great little Chef.