Reviews and Problems with Personal Trainer: Cooking
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Partially accessible for the blind and visually impaired.
Bob Sminley, Amazon
9 August 2014
Summary: This is a very nice cookbook because it is partially accessible to the blind and visually impaired. I can use it with my friend. Sighted assistance is required when selecting dishes and looking at grocery lists.
Summary: I bought this for my wife to help with dinner Ideas. It has multiple recipes from every corner of the globe. It tells when and how long to mix ingredients. (even times you with a bell that rings) Breaks down all the ingredients and puts them on a shopping list so you can take it to the store with...
Summary: it gives u new ideas and tips of how to do things. this is really for those first time cooks out there...even for the young chefs of home...it has some nice options like swapping ingredients...can add or remove ingredients as well....
Summary: Love the game/interactive cook book! It walks you thru each recipe, provides an ingredient list, substitutions, list from recipes from other countries and more. It includes 275 recipes & I would have liked more! :)
Summary: I decided to buy the Personal Trainer: Cooking Nintendo DS game because I got tired of cooking the same meals day in and day out. Now that I have it I'm absolutely happy! The game gives you a lot of recipes and you can customize the game to only give you recipes with the ingredients you want to use.
Summary: I bought this for my 10 year old daughter who loves to cook and for myself. I thought it would be interesting to see the different recipes and love the fact that there is step by step instructions. I like also, that you can search by regional food (Pasta, Meat dishes, etc...