Book review: Healing With Apple Cider Vinegar

Healing with Apple Cider Vinegar

Healing With Apple Cider Vinegar:
115 Recipes for Health, Beauty, and Home
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by Kayleigh Christina Clark
Rockridge Press
12/03/2019
Nonfiction/Health & Fitness/Healing
164 pages

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A few years ago, I discovered the wonderful benefits found in apple cider vinegar, and I usually starts my day by drinking some of it in water. So I was curious to see what else I could learn on it from Healing With Apple Cider Vinegar: 115 Recipes  for Health, Beauty, and Home.

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2019: October wrap-up

OCTOBER 2019 WRAP-UP

ūüďö Another great month of reading, with a lot of nonfiction. Of course, November is nonfiction month, not October. Oh well…

So here is what I read in October:

14 books:
11 in print 
=  with 2,204 pages, an average of 71 pages/day
3 in audio
= 20H34
, an average of 39 minutes

7 in nonfiction:

  1. Oh, the Meetings You’ll Go To!: A Parody, by Dr Suits –¬†graphic “novel”
  2. Elder Leonid of Optina, by Fr Clement Sederholm –¬†Eastern Orthodoxy
  3. Secret Agent Brainteasers: More Than 100 Codebreaking Puzzles Inspired by Britain’s Espionage Masterminds, by Sinclair McKay –¬†ebook, for review
  4. Alexander Schmorell: Saint of the German Resistance
    by Elena Perekrestov¬†–¬†Eastern Orthodoxy
  5. Travels with a Donkey in the Cévennes, by Robert Louis Stevenson Рaudio, for The Classics Club
  6. The Parables: Biblical, Patristic, and Liturgical Interpretation, by Dmitri Royster¬†–¬†Eastern Orthodoxy
  7. A Monk’s Guide to a Clean House and Mind, by Shoukei Matsumoto

2 in mystery:

  1. Solving Cadence Moore, by Gregory Sterner, for review
  2. Avalanche h√ītel, by Niko Tackian-¬†French audiobook

2 in manga:

  1. My Neighbor Totoro, vol. 3 by Hayao Miyazaki
  2. My Neighbor Totoro, vol. 4 by Hayao Miyazaki

1 in literary fiction:

  1. Tender is the Night, by F. Scott Fitzgerald – audio, for The Classics Club

1 in science-fiction:

  1. Supernova Era, by Liu Cixin – for review

1 in historical fiction:

  1. On the Edge of the World, by Nikolai Leskov –¬†ebook, for The Classics Club

MY FAVORITES IN OCTOBER

  Supernova Era  Travels with a Donkey in the Cévennes

READING CHALLENGES & RECAP

Classics Club: 4/50 (until September 2024)
2019 Calendar of Crime Challenge 15/12?
Where Are You Reading?: 21/50 – to be finished in ??
Total of books read in 2019 = 98/100
Number of books added to my TBR this past month= 20

BOOKS I REVIEWED THIS MONTH

one pot cooking  Keto in 30 minutes

Supernova Era The Man That Got Away Civilizations

Solving Cadence Moore WeSolarisChildhoods End

 

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Book review: One-Pot Cooking for Two

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One-Pot Cooking for Two:
Effortless Meals for Your Sheet Pan, Skillet, Slow Cooker, and More,
by Linda Kurniadi
Rockridge Press
10/15/2019
Nonfiction/Cookbooks
162 pages

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Lots of people are so busy these days, that they think they don’t have time to cook at home.¬† One-Pot Cooking for Two: Effortless Meals for Your Sheet Pan, Skillet, Slow Cooker, and More is a great tool to help and change that.

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