November 16 2016

Download Gluten Free Vegan on a Budget eBook

Often when people hear gluten free and vegan together their first thoughts are either, it must be very expensive or must be a very restricted and boring diet to have. The good news is that neither of these are true and even when coupled with the need to be gluten free, vegan food can be delicious, healthy and varied. In June 2016 I finished and published my Kindle book Gluten Free and Vegan on a Budget, which is packed full of tasty recipes with are free from gluten and all animal products.

gluten free and vegan ebook

The 56 page ebook contains twenty one of my own gluten free vegan recipes. For each recipe I have avoided using expensive or difficult to obtain ingredients and have instead used foods that are easily available and naturally gluten free and vegan. A few of the recipes do include vegan cheese and gluten free pasta but these are now stock by many supermarkets and health food shops. The recipes also do not require any specialist equipment, although a food processor or blender of some kind is useful.

Most of the recipes serve two people but can easily be made for more by increasing the ingredients. From various groups and talking to others I have found it is common that only one person in a family or household will be vegan and/or gluten free, so it felt more practical to have recipes that could be made in smaller amounts with no adaptations.

Each recipe is accompanied by a full colour photograph of the dish and this book also contains a list of ideas for jacket potato fillings and seven delicious healthy smoothie recipes.

vegan fudge

Recipes featured in the ebook include:

Rice Patties with Stir Fry Veg

Pea Curry

Creamy Mushroom and Leek Pasta

Spicy Lentil Pakoras

Pear and Polenta Cake

and many more.

 

Gluten Free Vegan on a Budget was originally only available for Kindle devices and apps and from the Elderberry Tutorials Etsy shop but can now be bought and downloaded directly from this page. To purchase your copy simply click on the link below. Payments are handled securely by PayPal so you can be sure that your details and privacy are fully protected.

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June 15 2016

Gluten Free Vegan on a Budget eBoook

My latest recipe book is now available to buy for Kindle. This book contains twenty one of my own gluten free vegan recipes. For each recipe I have avoided using expensive or difficult to obtain ingredients and have instead used foods that are easily available and naturally gluten free and vegan. A few of the recipes do include vegan cheese and gluten free pasta but these are now stock by many supermarkets and health food shops. The recipes also do not require any specialist equipment, although a food processor or blender of some kind is useful.

Most of the recipes serve two people but can easily be made for more by increasing the ingredients. From various groups and talking to others I have found it is common that only one person in a family or household will be vegan and/or gluten free, so it felt more practical to have recipes that could be made in smaller amounts with no adaptations.

Each recipe is accompanied by a full colour photograph of the dish and this book also contains a list of ideas for jacket potato fillings and seven delicious healthy smoothie recipes.

Gluten Free Vegan on a Budget can be downloaded here for Kindle readers or for use with apps for PCs and Android and Apple devices.

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January 16 2015

Three Ways to Fasten Macrame Jewellery

How To Fasten Macrame Jewellery

This eBook provides step by step instructions and photographs showing you how to create three different fastenings for macramé jewellery. These can be coordinated with the beads in the design to create a more coordinated, consistent and flowing piece. The fastenings can be customised to suit your ow needs and can also be used to create a focal point in the jewellery piece.

These methods of fastening jewellery also use no metal components and so are ideal for creating jewellery suitable for people who have allergies.

Now available on Kindle and through Jewelrylessons.com.

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November 3 2014

NaNoWriMo 2014 is Here! Time to Get Writing.

NaNoWriMo

It’s November which means it is NaNoWriMo time again. I completed the challenge in 2012 but was unable to take part last year due to time constraints. In 2012 I wrote a draft of a novel that I haven’t gotten back to since and am still not sure what I want to do with. If anything at all. This time round I am going to join the Rebels and write my 50,000 words but not as a novel. Instead I am going to write a mixture of recipes, Hubs, tutorials, blog posts and articles on a range of subjects. I am a little behind as my laptop broke so I only got started yesterday but hopefully I will be able to catch up ok.

A few weeks ago I made a list of ideas that I could use a start point for NaNoWriMo which should be a big help. I have found that joining is great motivation too, especially once past the half way point. In 2013 I took part in Camp NaNoWriMo twice and wrote 10,000 words for the first and 15,000 the second time round. For both I wrote a combination of material and projects.

 

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September 23 2014

Macrame Basics eBook Now Avaliable for Kindle

Macrame Basics eBook

My brand new book, Macrame Basics is now available to buy. From the 18th September 2014 this eBook can be purchased worldwide through the Kindle store. This 98 page book is packed with information on macrame, cords and embellishments that can be used and also includes a glossary of commonly used terms and abbreviations.

Using Macrame Basics you can learn which cords can be used  and which are suited best to different types of projects. The A-Z glossary is helpful for those new or returning to the craft and are unfamiliar with many of the specific terms used as part of  projects and patterns. Terms such as sennet, picot, alternating and crook are explain in an easy to understand way. Various knot types an their variations are illustrated with step by step photographs so the book is ideal for beginners.

Macrame Basics eBook
Macrame basics also includes full instructions with colour photographs showing you how to create a simple and inexpensive macrame board. While not essential, a macrame board can be useful for working on projects. This is especially true if the project contains lots of cords. The board can also be used as a safe and convenient way to store and transport projects.

At the end of the book there are four step by step tutorials for creating bracelets using various techniques. Each tutorial features step by step instructions accompanied by colour photographs. Each photograph shows a close up view to make the steps easier to follow and complete. Each of the four tutorials use only techniques explained within Macrame Basics – no previous experience is needed at all.

Macrame Basics can be downloaded here

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September 15 2014

New Macrame Tutorials Released for Kindle

From the 14th September 2014 my brand new 54 page eBook is available via the Kindle store. The eBook contains four macrame tutorials.

Each of the four macrame tutorials featured within this book have step by step instructions and high quality colour photographs. A full list of all the required materials and tools is listed at the start of each tutorial. None of the bracelets contain any metal parts so are particularly suitable for anyone who has allergies or sensitivities to these.

The four bracelets featured within this eBook are:

  • Double Beaded Macramé
  • Endless Falls Macramé
  • Zig Zag Macramé
  • Cross Over Macramé

To complete these macrame tutorials the only previous knowledge of macrame you will need is how to tie a square knot. The endless falls technique is explained within the tutorial. If you are unfamiliar with tying a square knot I have also published a tutorial illustrating how ths is done. Currently the square knot tutorial is only available through the Jewelry Lessons website and can be downloaded here. The marcame tutorial shows you how to tie a basic square knot and then illustrates a further four ways that this knot can be used to create various effects and patterns in macrame projects.

Macrame Tutorials

This unique set of macrame tutorials can be downloaded from the Kindle store and is available worldwide. It is suitable for any compatible device including iPhones, Android phones, tablets and PCs that have the Kindle application installed. To purchase and download the tutorial either click on the photograph or visit the Kindle store page which can be found here.

Macramé is the name of a technique used to create many items such as jewellery, bags, plant hangers, mats and decorations. Macramé uses knots rather than weaving. It was commonly used by sailors to create items to decorate their ships as well as for practical use. A great variety of cords and other materials can be used in macramé. These combined with the vast range of knots and knot combinations possible mean that macramé is a very versatile craft for all ages and abilities.

 

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September 11 2014

A-Z Vegan Gluten Free Recipe Book coming soon

A-Z Vegan Gluten Free Recipe Book coming soon

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