I was lucky enough to get the free version of this as an ebook during the first days of promotion. I am constantly looking for meal plans on the internet and find most lacking what I need. As such I had no concerns about buying the paperbook, which I prefer to use when cooking. Also the chance of actually wrestling my tablet from any one of the family straight after school is too tenuous.
The content is great and the concept is wonderful. The great thing is the size. I can pop it in my handbag when I am shopping and the list is with me without having to write anything
All the recipes are sorted into weeks but with the convenience of daily lists should you wish to change or add to it.
I have so far found the book to be little short of life changing. Knowing what I am cooking on a day to day basis and knowing I have the ingredients illiminates so much of the day to day frustrations I never even realised I had until now.
The recipes deliver on flavour and I love the use of so many herbs and spices that are family friendly.
The bad bits:
Very poor quality cover, everything is very blurred and not showcased the same as the ebook. The images and content inside are all ok. The ebook is far far better, hence I could not deduct a star since the content is what matters - in my very humble opinion.
There are no puddings, but then I dont cook them anyway so it doesnt effect me. If you're looking for a 2 or 3 course meal every night then its not for you. We tend to eat like this in the week so it suits our needs
The price of the kindle version makes it an easy option for anyone considering a punt. Having said that I would not be without my paperback.Real Meal Planning