For the past number of weeks, every Monday, starting at 8 am EST, there has been an ebook bundle on super clearance.
Most of the time I just mention them in my weekend deal post, but this week the bundle is so great, I felt it needed special mention. See, it's a bunch of books full of grain and gluten free recipes, which I know a lot of you are looking for.
Today, and all this week, you can get this great assortment of ebooks for only $7.40, which is over 80% off the regular pricing.
Going gluten or grain free can be super-challenging. These books help make it easier for you with great tips and recipes.
Here are the details about this week's bundle:
Gluten and Grain Free Ebook Bundle
For just $7.40, you get more than 275 gluten-free and grain-free recipes (that's just about 2.5 cents per recipe) plus a wealth of information and tips from each author.
I don't know about you, but I love good recipes. They help me build up my repertoire for keeping my family happy and healthy. When I find a good one, it is for sure worth $7.40 on its own.
- Against the Grain by Kate Tietje ($7.95)
I used to write on Kate's site as a contributing author. She has some really great cookbooks.)
- Beyond Grain & Dairy by Starlene Stewart ($16.97)
Starlene and I are “internet buddies”. She is one sharp cookie and a good cook as well.
- The Grain-Free Snacker by Carol Lovett (I couldn't find the retail price for this book, but you can see how great her recipes look by checking out her site)
- Best of the Grain Free Meal Plans by Cara Faus ($5.00)
Cara's life story about using GAPS to heal her autistic child are really compelling. I haven't taken the GAPS plunge yet….
- Gluten Free and Good for You by Kimberley Tandee & Laura Coppinger ($6.95)
Laura has tons of great recipes. She has joined up with a friends whose Flourless Chocolate Cake is apparently worth every penny for this book.
all for just $7.40.
The sale starts Monday, 8 am EST and goes for one week. Check out the details here.
The books are in PDF format so you don't need a special ebook reader to read them on. And you can print them off as well–the whole thing or just whatever recipes you would like in your recipe stash.