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Oatmeal To Go: Our Newest Book

If anything, attending IFBC a few weekends ago left me so inspired. I suddenly had ideas that had me wanting to finish, and I felt very focused. One project was creating a fun manuscript out of orphaned recipes from my other cookbook manuscripts. Frankly, writing cookbooks isn’t glamorous, nor exciting. It is a lot of writing, and more so….editing. There is a reason I have three, yes three, manuscripts that are 90% done but never get finished. They take time and I need Kirk’s help to do the final 10%.

I had a concept of a fun e-book, doing it the way I’d love. Fun designs, splashes of color and completely un-traditional.The kind of cookbook I wouldn’t make with my husband. I had a wonderful (and creative) time putting it together. Something I must do more of! A PDF eBook, which can be read on a computer or even uploaded to e-book readers (Kindles can load PDF’s for example).

Oatmeal On The Go: 11 Gluten-free, Vegan & Plant-based-diet Recipes:

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The focus? Oatmeal recipes to take along with you, you only need hot water and a spoon. All vegan and plant-based-diet friendly. Unlike the oatmeal cups sold at coffee shops, you know what goes into the recipes, at a fraction of the cost. Wether you take them to work, school or you hike, the recipes will give you a new view on oatmeal. All the recipes are FBC friendly, and as well, insulated mug ready.

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Want a sample?

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And yes, oats can be gluten-free (this is a big topic). If you haven’t used them, I recommend Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Whole Grain, Rolled Oats,.

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