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Gluten Free Baking (Love Food)
Gluten Free Baking (Love Food)
by Michael McCamley
Edition: Hardcover

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Bread recipes impossible because...., 30 Mar 2014
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..the recipes require potato flour (not starch) and so far I've not been able to source potato flour. The author makes it quite clear there is a difference between potato flour and potato starch, but unfortunately offers no advice on where to source the flour, nor suggests any brands.
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The German Handbook: Your Guide to Speaking and Writing German (Cambridge Express German)
The German Handbook: Your Guide to Speaking and Writing German (Cambridge Express German)
by Paul Webster
Edition: Paperback
Price: 10.99

5.0 out of 5 stars The best book for understanding German grammar, 4 Feb 2013
This book is clearly laid out and gives excellent examples for use of German grammar. I have the original 1987 edition and I still refer to it for guidance.


Breakthrough on the New Skis: Say Goodbye to the Intermediate Blues
Breakthrough on the New Skis: Say Goodbye to the Intermediate Blues
by Lito Tejada-Flores
Edition: Paperback
Price: 10.41

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Much better than taking lessons, 5 Nov 2008
Someone bought me this book because my skiing was not improving despite lessons. It has made a significant difference and is worth every penny.

The book is well constructed, following the natural pattern of learning. The chapters contain a mix of diagrams and precise instruction. Best of all it really explains why the skis behave the way they do and how you control them. It covers all levels of skiing and all terrains - black runs, off-piste, moguls

As a result of this book I am a very competent skier. The chapters have guided me from being OK on red runs to being very competent on any black and even skiing off-piste. I still refer back to it for reminders and take the book on every ski holiday.

My advice is to read the book before you go on holiday to understand the layout and then select the area of skiing you want to concentrate on. Don't waste any more money on lessons!


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