Anybody know if the Kindle version is worth it? Or does it have a lot of tables/graphs/stuff that publishers can't seem to get to work right in ebook format?
I own it, gave it to my GF to read, haven't yet gotten it back. I read the site for over a year before buying, but that's also when the forums were relatively new and most topics were in fact new.
I don't know if Mark knows that his book is available for free on-line. I guess he knows now.
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When I was ordering (check me out - doing as I'm told), I noticed that a couple of reviews complained about the Kindle version. I didn't note the dates, though.
I think the best parts of Sisson's PB book is the Korg vs Grok family scenarios and the CW vs PB comparisons at the beginning.
I'm retraining and strengthening my taste buds, one primal meal at a time.
Not just buy the book. Buy the book and then read the book. It would save a lot of the repetition that we see here these days.
I normally just disregard questions where it's obvious someone hasn't read the book and hasn't done any research before asking a question for the eleventy billionth time but I'm tempted to post RTFM and leave it at that.
my nook version is a little weird, but only because I have to use large print. If I pull out my readers it works well.
Daemonized, I need to stop reading the forums where the op obviously has not read the book, they just make me a little crazy. And the answers are usually worse!
There is always the library for those who have tight funds.
"We are what we repeatedly do, excellence then is not an act, but a habit"
My journal: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread36279.html
My "Program": going LCHF and alternating days visit my food journal at http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/diary/demuralist