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Old 06-08-2015, 04:34 PM   #11
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Awesome. Add those to my shopping cart as well. Thanks! The mailman is going to hate me.
Your welcome! They are small books so no problem for the mailman.
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Nickee, you're a bad influence. I just ordered the two books PPO recommended
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Nickee, you're a bad influence. I just ordered the two books PPO recommended
The circle continues!!!
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Old 06-08-2015, 04:43 PM   #14
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Your welcome! They are small books so no problem for the mailman.
I already ordered five other books today. That's now seven. :)

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Old 06-24-2015, 05:15 PM   #15
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Just wanted to update. I've received a few of the books I ordered, but four still have to arrive.

The Japanese Kitchen by Kimiko Barber is really awesome. Not only does it have recipes, but it discusses the history of food in Japan, and for every ingredient that a western person might look at and think, "huh?" there's a full page explaining what its history, how it grows/where its habitat is, appearance and taste, buying and storing, health benefits and culinary uses. I really like it thus far. I haven't tried anything out of it yet, because I actually want to read it from beginning to end to get a fuller understanding of what I'm getting myself into. :)

Thank you salt and pepper for suggesting it.

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