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[eBook] 3 Free eBooks - Dash Air Fryer Cookbook | Air-Fryer Cookbook 2021 | Cognitive Behavioral Therapy @ Amazon AU/US

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A couple of cookbooks to make use of your air fryer. Free at the time of posting.

ebook US link AU link
Dash Air Fryer Cookbook for Beginners: 600 Affordable and Easy Recipes for You and Your Family to Air Fry Toast Bake and Grill US AU
Air-Fryer Cookbook 2021: A Complete and Comprehensive Guide on How to Use Your Air Fryer and Cook 600 Delicious Meals US AU
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - 11 Simple CBT Techniques to Strengthen Self-Awareness and Overcome Anxiety, Depression and Intrusive Thoughts US AU

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  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP!

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    I've noticed with these free kindle books there are always links to US and AU version - what is the difference and should I only be purchasing from the AU link? Or doesn't it matter

    • +3 votes

      I think some people have US accounts. No big deal.

    • +3 votes

      If your kindle library is in the US store, then you should buy with the US link, else AUS link. When amazon was in US only, my kindle library was associated with US account. I think when the AUS store opened up, I migrated them to AUS IIRC and hence now I use AUS links.

  • +2 votes

    I now have more Airfryer e books with me than I can read without even owning an Airfryer lol.

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      May come in handy when there is a deal on air fryer which you can't resist. I've collected many kindle books before jumping on a deal on a kindle reader.

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    Fried chicken and depression. I can't think of a more enjoyable monday

  • +1 vote

    You know the recipe book is American when the first recipe is airfryer candied bacon 🐷

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    Thanks Dealbot

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    Recipe books with no pictures - how did we get here? Even 18th century ones at least had occasional illustrations. It’s like we’ve regressed.

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    Sweet, a book about CBT techniques!

    Oh wait, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy…. Never mind.