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Fermented Veggies for Probiotics: 12 Fermented Probiotic Vegetable Recipes for Good Health by [Waters, Torin]
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  • Print Length: 15 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00J7WCVU4
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  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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Grammar is not great, which does not make for a smooth read. You can find clearer info by searching on the internet.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x913c533c) out of 5 stars 8 reviews
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HASH(0x913cbb10) out of 5 stars Don't bother 24 April 2014
By Roni Larson - Published on Amazon.com
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First paragraph doesn't make sense. Broken English. Ingredient list in some recipes are either incomplete or inaccurate which comes to light when you read the instructions. A lot of misspelled words. Don't know if I would really trust the recipes.
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HASH(0x91890a08) out of 5 stars The worst ever--do not waste your money! 12 Mar. 2015
By K. Ann Seeton - Published on Amazon.com
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WASTE of time! The editor in me started freaking out the first paragraph; the grammar is so bad that much of what I read makes no sense. Words are missing that ought to be there for the sentences to BE sentences at all! Do not bother to pay even a penny for this.

Content reads as if notes were taken from an elementary school text and then strung together with a few large words mixed in-- child level basic, at the same time, badly written and with that terrible grammar something I would never ever give to a child for fear it might stunt their language development. It is an insult to the intelligence of an adult reader.

Furthermore, this reads as if the author collected posts off a fermentation page or group then strung them together. So recipes seem incomplete as another reviewer wrote, and the formatting is so poorly done that you will have to dig for any ingredient list you might need-- but why bother? There are FABULOUS books out there on this subject. Skip this one and go buy a copy of something like WILD FERMENTATION (by Sandor Katz) or NOURISHING TRADITIONS (by Sally Fallon) or FERMENTED (by Jill Ciciarelli) or.... there are really good books on the topic out there!

Do not waste your money.
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HASH(0x91d00750) out of 5 stars Excellent read 24 April 2014
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perfect for first timers doing fermentation. easy kraut making as well as pickles. fermented veggies are great for the tummy.
HASH(0x913cbf3c) out of 5 stars The concept of the book is great, but Torin Waters is in dire need of ... 18 Sept. 2014
By Marlise in Denver - Published on Amazon.com
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The concept of the book is great, but Torin Waters is in dire need of an editor and English lessons. If it's a translation, Waters should get the fee back. Bringing the book up on Kindle (loc. 20), the very first sentence is confusing, especially when you get past "veggies. . .is". I'll look at the rest of it once I stop cringing, since the subject is important and interesting.
By Gregory Dale - Published on Amazon.com
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We (meaning my wife) recently learned to can fish. I got this book and the wife decided to give it a try. It seemed a little scary fixing food this way, but it turned out to be really good. We (she) did a batch of carrots. I hope she makes more.
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