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Re: glad cow cookbook

Postby Shiva » Wed Mar 09, 2011 2:01 am

[quote="gladcow";p=1253]hey, so, I'm wanting to switch the first book to ebook format. anybody wanna help/do it for me?

Maybe! We have a lot of turmoil at home right now, but when it settles out, we are here for you. If you haven't got it done already, that is. :)
[quote="gladcow";p=1253]also, I'm getting close to needing help with editing/layout/etc for the new book (meaning, it's ALMOST DONE). So, should I start a new thread about that? or ya'll wanna chime in here?

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Re: glad cow cookbook

Postby Miso Vegan » Wed Mar 09, 2011 4:41 am

New thread! I wanna help!! (in all my spare time...)
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Re: glad cow cookbook

Postby matryoshka » Wed Mar 09, 2011 8:58 pm

yay! how exciting! i am also willing to help :)
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Re: glad cow cookbook

Postby Dugan » Thu Mar 10, 2011 2:47 pm

I'd love to help, but I can't commit to times until late May.
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Re: glad cow cookbook

Postby vegematic » Thu Mar 10, 2011 3:58 pm

[quote="gladcow";p=1253]good PNW sausage makes all the difference :yes:

hey, so, I'm wanting to switch the first book to ebook format. anybody wanna help/do it for me?

also, I'm getting close to needing help with editing/layout/etc for the new book (meaning, it's ALMOST DONE). So, should I start a new thread about that? or ya'll wanna chime in here?


I might be able to help with the ebook format. I'm going to be doing an experiment with creating an ePub out of a journal that I'm copy-pasting from the intarwebs. If I have some success with that then I might be able to apply it to your cookbook.

As for editing/layout/etc, I'm not entirely sure what it entails but I'm pretty good at catching typos if that is useful to you.
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Re: glad cow cookbook

Postby vegematic » Thu Mar 10, 2011 4:02 pm

As for the first gladcow cookbook, I made the Maple Mustard Barbeque Sauce two nights ago, marinated two pounds of thin tofu slices in it and then cooked them up in my new grill pan. I also baked some potatoes and served them with the leftover barbeque sauce. The spousal unit absolutely loved it (so did I)! I think that sauce is going to become a staple. I added a bit of liquid smoke to it just because I love an excuse to add liquid smoke to things.
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Re: glad cow cookbook

Postby Raiem » Thu Mar 10, 2011 5:26 pm

[quote="gladcow";p=1253
hey, so, I'm wanting to switch the first book to ebook format. anybody wanna help/do it for me?[/quote]

Sorry, I'm too computer illiterate to help, but I can't wait for the next book!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: glad cow cookbook

Postby Dugan » Wed Jul 13, 2011 8:54 pm

For the first time ever, the Too-Hot-To-Cook Quinoa Salad. Because it is. Subbed broccoli for green beans, didn't have any romaine, and I'm sure red bell pepper would've been prettier than green, but yum!
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Re: glad cow cookbook

Postby gladcow » Wed Jul 13, 2011 9:37 pm

I almost never make that one anymore, we almost always go with the Road Trip one. But, mmm, that one is good, iirc. I made it for my birthday bbq once :D
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Re: glad cow cookbook

Postby Dugan » Tue Jul 26, 2011 4:09 am

This, and the hot weather, has kicked off a salad trend. I'd forgotten that some grains, like bulgur wheat, can be readied for salads by several hours of soaking rather than cooking (ugh, more heat). Any idea if quinoa could be used in a salad with just soaking? Or other grains? Millet?
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