expired [Kindle] Free - 18 Cookbook eBooks @ Amazon AU/US


Just saw there were free ebooks from Cedar Fort Publishing on Slickdeals. All were free at the time of posting.

ebook US link AU link
Stack Happy: 70 Flipping Delicious Flapjack Recipes for Breakfast, Dinner, and Dessert US AU
Glorious Layered Desserts US AU
Good Fast Eats US AU
Feeding Baby: Simple Approaches to Raising a Healthy Baby and Creating a Lifetime of Nutritious Eating US AU
Eat Fresh: Quick and Easy Meals US AU
Happy Bento!: Lunches on the Go US AU
Eat Free: No Gluten. No Sugar. No Guilt. US AU
Gluten-Free on a Budget US AU
Gluten-Free Made Easy: Gluten Free Recipes US AU
Herbs for Flavor, Health, and Natural Beauty US AU
Thanksgiving: Giving Thanks at Home (In the Kitchen) US AU
Delicious Mornings: Comforting Breakfasts Baked from Scratch US AU
Starting with a Quart of Tomatoes US AU
Life's Alphabet Soup: When Your Children Make You Eat Your Words US AU
Joy in Your Garden: A Seasonal Guide to Gardening US AU
The Summer Bucket List for Kids US AU
In the Kitchen: A Gathering of Friends US AU
Simply Delicious Sunday Dinners: 52 Fresh Homestyle Recipes US AU

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  • +3 votes

    But I'm still full from your last meals ideas Deal🐷


    Nice collection here

  • +2 votes

    You had me at Eat Free but alas the book does not live up to its name. (No Gluten. No Sugar. No Guilt. No Money.)


      Get the next one in the series - No Money. Dumpster Diving for free.


        You mean there is usually an entry fee to dumpster dive? 😱

        • +1 vote

          I charge a finders fee for the best bins😉

          Also this topical classic, Tips on recycling half eaten meals & chicken that's gone green - as told to the Royal Commission into Aged Care!
          I mean - $6/day is too much to spend on feeding the elderly, when there's perfectly good food in the bin…😱


            @Infidel: emulsify and feed thru a straw! .. hmm .. tasty!

            • +1 vote

              @Wally: I see you are a fan of the enquiry - that's what was happening.

              Uneaten food scraped off plates was ground, re-cooked, & fed to those on pureed meals (they were to frail to chew)😱
              Working in a kitchen, the bins we scaped food scraps into were called "pig bins" as the food was fed to pigs. The practice was stopped as it was a health risk!

              Chicken that has gone green were being used for meals in an Aged Care Facility😱

              An elderly woman I met, showed me her aged care bill - over $1000/wk. Yet the average spent on meals is $6/d!


    Thanks again OP!


    Thanks for the excellent post. Grabbed most of them.


    Tried like 7 of the US ones, and they weren't free anymore (like the pancake one for instance).

  • +1 vote

    $0 is only if you have kindle unlimited
    looks expired