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#1
Thanks
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For anyone having issues with the American-English:
Broiling = Grilling
Zucchini = Courgette
Eggplant = Aubergine
Scallion = Spring Onion
Cilantro = Coriander
1 cup = 250ml (different for dry ingredients)
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sedgy86
For anyone having issues with the American-English:
Broiling = Grilling
Zucchini = Courgette
Eggplant = Aubergine
Scallion = Spring Onion
Cilantro = Coriander
1 cup = 250ml (different for dry ingredients)

You forgot...
tomato = tomato *emphasis on pronunciation* U_U

Edited By: jimcat on Jul 22, 2014 23:51
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Also the link is from google drive... where does this come from? Any concerns on copyright? Is this 'free' or piracy? x
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Her website is here:
http://www.leannebrown.ca/cookbooks/
She has another free book "From Scratch" on this site as well
1 Like #6
Regarding the copyright info (from page 2):

This book is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 license. For more info, visit creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0

You may freely distribute this book electronically. To download a free PDF or buy a print copy, visit http://www.leannebrown.ca
#7
sedgy86
For anyone having issues with the American-English:
Broiling = Grilling
Zucchini = Courgette
Eggplant = Aubergine
Scallion = Spring Onion
Cilantro = Coriander
1 cup = 250ml (different for dry ingredients)
Never confuse a Canadian with an American.
#8
Snooki
sedgy86
For anyone having issues with the American-English:
Broiling = Grilling
Zucchini = Courgette
Eggplant = Aubergine
Scallion = Spring Onion
Cilantro = Coriander
1 cup = 250ml (different for dry ingredients)

Never confuse a Canadian with an American.

Yes good point, although to be fair I never said she was American. It seem the book was written in "American-English" to cater for her target audience, those Americans on the food benefits.
#9
in Ireland I would say scallion rather than spring onion
#10
markmcc73
in Ireland I would say scallion rather than spring onion

Great! In that case you won't need the translation!!
#11
sedgy86
Snooki
sedgy86
For anyone having issues with the American-English:
Broiling = Grilling
Zucchini = Courgette
Eggplant = Aubergine
Scallion = Spring Onion
Cilantro = Coriander
1 cup = 250ml (different for dry ingredients)

Never confuse a Canadian with an American.

Yes good point, although to be fair I never said she was American. It seem the book was written in "American-English" to cater for her target audience, those Americans on the food benefits.

I didn't see any recipes for Lobster,steak, and crab legs so it's probably written for those who don't qualify for EBT.
#12
Thanks
#13
Not a lot in this for me but I'm sure someone will find it useful :)
1 Like #14
Its rubbish, voted hot before I had a look at it.
#15
sedgy86
markmcc73
in Ireland I would say scallion rather than spring onion
Great! In that case you won't need the translation!!


I'm sorry I don't understand???
#16
sedgy86
For anyone having issues with the American-English:
Broiling = Grilling
Zucchini = Courgette
Eggplant = Aubergine
Scallion = Spring Onion
Cilantro = Coriander
1 cup = 250ml (different for dry ingredients)
Don't forget
Grill = Griddle pan or BBQ with heat from the bottom (wiki page)
Broil, grill and cups for measurement took me a while to get used to.
O also if skillet is mentioned it means frying pan.

Looks like some really nice recipes, nice find.
#17
THANKS but not for me - its all veggie.

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