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About David Small
I'm David, a Brit. I'm excited to bring my Ninja Foodi recipes to print in "The BIG Metric Ninja Foodi Cookbook". I'm proud of the fact that my book is the first to be written with Europeans in mind. Gone are the cups, degrees Fahrenheit and ounce measurements and embraced are the gram, degrees Celsius and the litre. It may sound trivial, but this is game-changing for owners of the Ninja Foodi all-in-one cooking devices. If you like my books, I'd be more than happy to see your review. If you're fan, I'd love to hear your feedback too!
My recipes are aimed not at the kitchen gurus or the Ninja experts, rather to the proud new owners of the Foodi. I've written the methods out in such a way that no steps are missed out. I don't use confusing terminology or abbreviations and use my words very carefully. The methods are written for someone who has not had their device for a long time. I only include ingredients that are available to buy from European supermarkets and every single ingredient has been checked via the Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury's websites to ensure easy sourcing. The recipes are written logically such that they start usually with the preparation steps; namely what needs to be washed, peeled and chopped before any heat is applied to the ingredients. When I need you to boil a kettle, I will tell you five minutes before you need the water in the recipe.
Finally, I am already working on updates to the book so if you bought it as a kindle release, free updates will arrive on your device from time to time, bringing new recipes, better pictures and more tips and tricks to help you become the Ninja master of your kitchen.
Thank you to those who took the time to add a review to my book, I genuinely appreciate all feedback.
A quick update: The hardcover version has now been released. While this has less pages, it is much bigger in size so has more room per page for each recipe. Plus there are a few bonus recipes in that version of the book. The cover of the book is much thicker and sturdier than the paperback version. The hardback book is the same as what is being sold as the Kindle Print Replica version, as it fits better into the portrait-aligned Kindle.