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For many people, the idea of cooking is intimidating. They think that the recipes are difficult to get right, and that ingredients are often hard to find and very expensive.
This is simply not the case. Some of the best delicious dishes out there only have four or five ingredients that you probably already have around the house.
Some of the best recipes don't even require a stove - just a microwave will do! The fact that a dish is impressive doesn't always mean that it is hard to put together.
I have tried to include the best dishes I think both you and your kids will love.
Good soups and salads which are also quick and easy.
Sometimes it's the simple things in life that are the best tasting! Enjoy exploring my best soup and salad recipes.
The idea of this book is to teach you that making the best soups and salads can be incredibly simple, if you know how at least.

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ISBN: 9781311285416
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