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Jamie Oliver's "Save with Jamie"

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Hello,

I was looking for a cookbook that I'm planning to give to a friend who wants to start cooking simple recipes at home. I came across this new book of Jamie Oliver http://www.bookworld.com.au/book/save-with-jamie/36861254/ and I'm wondering if anyone of you have read this? Is it good? I haven't read any books of Jamie Oliver to be honest so I really don't know if this one's worth buying or not. I have read good and not so good reviews about it, so I hope someone can help me here.

Thanks a lot!! :smile:

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this book uses metric measurements. would that be an issue?

are you looking for a book to get someone with minimal kitchen skills back into the kitchen?

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this book uses metric measurements. would that be an issue?

are you looking for a book to get someone with minimal kitchen skills back into the kitche

there is a version with imperial measurements as well. I was looking at it at costco yesterday.


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