Official Review: House of Vinegar by Jonathon Sawyer

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Re: Official Review: House of Vinegar by Jonathon Sawyer

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I am a little jealous that you got to read and review this one! This sounds fantastic, and I never even thought of making my own vinegar. We have switched to an anti-inflammatory diet that does away with all dairy..that means ranch dressing and switching to oil and vinegar based. I absolutely loved this review, and I’m heading over to the link even as we speak! Thanks! 😊
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cpru68 wrote:
14 May 2019, 16:40
I am a little jealous that you got to read and review this one! This sounds fantastic, and I never even thought of making my own vinegar. We have switched to an anti-inflammatory diet that does away with all dairy..that means ranch dressing and switching to oil and vinegar based. I absolutely loved this review, and I’m heading over to the link even as we speak! Thanks! 😊
I know what you mean--I've coveted a few books I'd enjoy reviewing, too. :lol2: His use of vinegar is so innovative that I imagine it will be quite helpful for an anti-inflammatory diet. Enjoy!

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I like the review 😊

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This sounds like a really different take on the usual cookbook, and once again, your review of it is awesome. Although I'm a foodie myself, the jury is still out on me actually getting to read this one! 😂
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derrickmd wrote:
15 May 2019, 10:11
I like the review 😊
Thank you.

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janinewesterweel wrote:
16 May 2019, 05:56
This sounds like a really different take on the usual cookbook, and once again, your review of it is awesome. Although I'm a foodie myself, the jury is still out on me actually getting to read this one! 😂
If you're a foodie, you won't be disappointed! Thanks for your kind comment. :tiphat:

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Oooh. I'm a fan of food and cooking so this is definitely a must-read for me, particularly since I would love to know how to make vinegar from scratch and what inspires chefs to create.
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I love reading about food and cooking, and I write about food/cooking. I've never read much about vinegar, although I know there is a lot of buzz about it being healthy. This sounds like a very interesting book. Thanks for the review!

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Although I am not normally a fan of reading cookbooks, I clicked on your review because I enjoy your writing. You did not disappoint. You almost have convinced me to try making my own vinegar.

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Nisha Ward wrote:
16 May 2019, 21:57
Oooh. I'm a fan of food and cooking so this is definitely a must-read for me, particularly since I would love to know how to make vinegar from scratch and what inspires chefs to create.
I think you'll enjoy the book, Nisha. Thanks for stopping by.

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CyndiA1 wrote:
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I love reading about food and cooking, and I write about food/cooking. I've never read much about vinegar, although I know there is a lot of buzz about it being healthy. This sounds like a very interesting book. Thanks for the review!
How interesting--are you a blogger or freelance writer? This sounds right up your alley. I appreciate your comment.

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diana lowery wrote:
18 May 2019, 16:23
Although I am not normally a fan of reading cookbooks, I clicked on your review because I enjoy your writing. You did not disappoint. You almost have convinced me to try making my own vinegar.
Thank you, Diana. I appreciate your kind comment. :tiphat:

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Hi Cecilia,

I'm a blogger and freelance writer. I did newspapers and magazines before getting online pretty early. One of my key areas is outdoor cooking, but I write everything from tech to travel.

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Your review has made me convinced to read this book. I m a newbie cook and like to do experiments while cooking. I m definitely going to read this.
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