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Only And Only 3 Steps Top 30 Most-Recommended & Most-Popular INDIAN VEGETARIAN Recipes For You And Your Family’s Health Kindle Edition
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Now here it comes with the exact same ripped off recipes but with a new and different fake author name of "Suzanne Green" and we're supposed to believe it. All the recipes and pictures are stolen off food.com just as they were last year.
"Chili Lime Rubbed Indian Corn On the Cob" is recipe #441186 off food.com and really more Mexican than Indian. You get that off the street vendors all over Mexico. But you can't expect a recipe rip-off King to know that. He's got his hands full trying to keep up with all his rip-off recipe reissued pilfered publications.
Use the Look Inside function, take a screenshot of the list of recipes, go to food.com and get all the recipes for free, don't support a recipe thief!!
Some of the recipes included are Chili-Lime Rubbed Indian Corn on the Cob, Indian Mango Lassi, Fried Indian Bread, Banana Fruit Salad, Green Lentils With Garlic & Onion, Indian Hot Onion Relish, 10 Second Mango Yogurt Smoothie, Bombay Spiced Cashews, Cooling Mint Cucumber Raita, Okra - My style, Sesame Ginger Milk, Mint-Infused Darjeeling Tea, Indian Curried Corn, Lime Soda With Berries, One-Pot Mushroom and Potato Curry, Indian Pinabana, Sprouted Mung Bean Salad and many more. You'd never tell by the titles that these are health oriented foods, but they definitely are.
For nutritious and healthy and tasty dishes you can't go wrong with the variety in Annie McNeeley's book. Grady Harp, January 14