Inspiralized eBook: Recipe Testers Needed!

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Ehem *clears throat* ….. it’s official: I have begun writing my very own eBook!

Not to give too much away, but the eBook will feature:

  • All the information you need to know about spiralizing, including tutorials and tips
  • About 15 recipes from the blog: revised, amended, perfected and rephotographed
  • About 20 recipes that will never be seen on this blog or anywhere else – only in the eBook!
  • New and improved photography, by yours truly (I’m practicing!)

In order to ensure that the recipes are easy-to-follow and accurate, I’ll need some willing subjects….. muahaha! Basically, I’ll need real people to test my real recipes and make sure they are foolproof and as delicious as ever….

Sound appealing to you? If you’re interested, just fill out the following form, and I’ll get back to you with more information, including logistics, timing, and guidelines. If everything works for you and me, you’ll be getting Inspiralized in no time! Don’t worry if you can’t open a can of diced tomatoes, I need testers of all skill levels – after all, this eBook will be for everyone.

Thanks in advance, and I can’t wait to share this process with you all….

Become a Recipe Tester for the Inspiralized eBook

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Adele says:
Wow that was strange. Ijust wrote an really long commdnt but after I clicked submt my comment didn't show up. Grrrr... well I'm not writing alll that over again. Anyway, just wanted to say superb blog!

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