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Cook and Eat; Easy Read Cook Books 2017-04-21

designed for lower functioning individuals who need more of a visual aproach to baking/cooking

  1. toothless

    toothless this is mr shadow,my support cat

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    toothless submitted a new resource:

    Cook and Eat; Easy Read Cook Books - designed for lower functioning individuals who need more of a visual aproach to baking/cooking

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  2. Streetwise

    Streetwise very cautious contributor V.I.P Member

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    i like tje stick it in the oven wait for the lovely smell took it off a shelf then out of its packet type if cookbook
    or eat it the second you get from the shop food
     
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  3. Warmheart

    Warmheart Something nerdy this way comes V.I.P Member

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    I tried to rate this resource many stars, because I loooove these! Huge help for someone like myself who needs instructions in picture format, as I need things to be said simply, broken down. Excellent!
     
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  4. ZebraAspie

    ZebraAspie Well-Known Member

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    Seems like a good book. Wonder what the print is like. Plus unlike some SN cookbooks it doing use PECS pictures (that I can see) which I find distracting. May have to invest in a copy.
     
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  5. ZebraAspie

    ZebraAspie Well-Known Member

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    Maybe not on closer inspection too many pictures for me but I will be recommending it to people I know.
     
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  6. toothless

    toothless this is mr shadow,my support cat

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    i just want to make a point-just because the book is designed for people with learning/intellectual disability,it doesnt mean you have to have that to get the book,if its laid out in a way that would help you,you should go for it, i ordered the baking version the other day,its coming on monday and i shall do a review. :)
     
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