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    Would you buy *this* or *that*?

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    I have been looking into the whole 30 program online and it seems very popular with many people here. I know that most of the information about it can be found online without buying the ebook but that there are many advantages to buying the book as well.

    I have been considering buying a cookbook like Everyday Paleo or something of the likes as well. However I can only afford at this time to focus on one product or the other. If any of you had the decision of which product to go with, what would YOU spend your money on?

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    Cookbook.
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    Honestly, neither. There are tons of recipe blogs out there. If money is tight enough that you're sweating the price of the books, then save your money for something else.

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    Yeah, I suppose you are correct. I am just terrible at following through things without my hand held a little bit so I thought having a go-to manual of sorts may be helpful. Thank you for your opinions.

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    I'm working on collecting recipes on here, mostly, but also elsewhere. Write them on index cards and keep them in a box or an old photo album. Voila- a manual.

    (Now to start using them. Burgers or just crumbled ground beef with veggie of choice is getting old)
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    Download the free cookbook that Mark offers. You pay for it with your email address, but all he seems to do with it is send you periodic emails with links to his blog posts. I put the cookbook in my kindle and then can bring it with me to the kitchen (and my "kindle" is really my ipod.)
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    I try to pirate as much material as possible and recommend you do the same.

    Isohunt.com is your friend, as is ebookee.com and other sites of that nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Return of Dado View Post
    I try to pirate as much material as possible and recommend you do the same.

    Isohunt.com is your friend, as is ebookee.com and other sites of that nature.
    Glad you're back Dado. You've been missed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linny View Post
    Glad you're back Dado. You've been missed.
    I came back for you, Linny.

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    LOL - knew you'd be back before long to inject some welcome humour, dado.
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