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  • BT Bella - Great addition to your cookbook collection

    Ottolenghi is one of my favorite chefs. His recipes, while occasionally complicated with hard to find ingredients, are always well worth the effort. Everything single dish I have attempted by him has been delicious. So much so that I now have all of his cookbooks. Highly recommend purchasing this book.

  • Shawna - Insightful! In fact, the smarter you are, the more you need this book.

    I greatly enjoyed what Kara had to say, and in the way she said it. I know we all have heard it many times, but for some of us it doesn't seem to sink in. I saw myself, making the same mistake over and over, on every page. How stupid am I? Ironically, like every other woman who eventually picks up a book (or 12) to try to get some insight into what the problem actually is, I am truly a bright person. But I guess my intelligence worked against me. As a problem solver, I took all of the right steps to solve the problem as I understood it: I needed to try harder to make the guy I like to like me. Unfortunately, I framed the problem all wrong. I repeatedly made a type III error--I was too available. I can see where that may have lead guys to question what was wrong with me. Frankly I blame women's magazines like Cosmo and Glamour for making us all a bunch of needy sluts (joking...kinda).

    I am not saying male behavior is great and we should all conform to the rules for the sake of having a man. In fact, we as women may need to deeply consider what it is we really want. I have discovered in my relationship journeys that maybe jumping through all these hoops in order to have a husband or boyfriend may not be worth the effort. If you are a woman who wants to have children, needs financial support from a man, or simply cannot stand to be alone due to how others stigmatize single women, your needs justify the actions outlined in this insightful book. However, if you are a strong, successful woman who likes herself and is looking mainly for companionship, you may want to look for it in your friends--male and female--and find another way to fulfill your physical needs, if needed. I am concerned that I may jump through all of these hoops to end up in a relationship with a man who treats me no differently after 4 months than he did if I had been too easy. I just get the sense that the dysfunction we need to work around in order to have a committed relationship with a man is actually a much more serious problem than we realize.

  • Jacqueline F. Hutchins - Or where the doctor doesn't speak your language

    I served an LDS mission in South America during the 1980's. An earlier version of this book helped me deal with stomach problems, avoid bad drug interactions, and find more effective prescription medication than was locally used. This book quite likely saved my life. Limited vocabulary in a language makes it hard to understand doctors and test results. This book cleared up many misunderstandings.