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The book is very generic. It contains nice pictures and trivial recommendations on how to hold a knife or melt butter, etc., that any parents can easily explain to their kids. The recipes are dull and not impressive, one can find much better ones online. Moreover, there are errors in ingredients. The very first (!) recipe tried by my 10 yo (muffins) required 3 cups of flour, while similar recipes found online required 2 for similar amounts of yogurt, eggs, and butter. No wonder the dough turned out to be dense and unmanageable. Definitely written not by an expert. So, my advice - do not waste money on this "kids friendly" substitute, but rather buy a trusted professional cookbook - your children will manage it just fine and, most importantly, enjoy the results!
The pages were all bent in almost all the way in and damaged. I bought as a gift and was disappointed. I couldn't give a torn up book to anyone. I wish i didn't put it aside to he wrapped and I could have returned it on time.
If your kid likes to eat hummus, kale, and zucchini noodles this is the book for you. If your kitchen is stocked with staples like panko bread crumbs, hoisin sauce, tahini, and chickpeas, this is the book for you. **sarcasm** I found this book very disappointing as I know none of the grandchildren intended as gift recipients will use it.
This is the most useless book I have seen. There’s not 1 thing my grandsons would eat. How many children eat tofu. Why not do kid friendly basics. French toast, scrambled eggs, home made chicken tenders, fried shrimp.
I gave this to my daughter for her birthday. She opened the book for the first time and the insides immediately completely detached from the binding. So now I'm glueing the book back together, instead of her trying out recipes. By the time she opens it again, hopefully it will be an actual book instead of a hardcover and a separate piece with pages.
So I got this “new” book today. When I opened the package I smelt the worst perfume smell ever. I then look at the book and notice all over the bottom cover is like melted purfume. I was able to wipe it off but the grease stains are there and the smell!!