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World Book Day 7th March, The Ultimate Quark Guide & Cook Book.

                      

                                 By The Queen of Quark 



    
     For world book day on March the 7th this week and I have been given this book to review by Kerstin and Linda the Human alter ego behind The queen of quark, It's a Hard back copy with 191 pages, of tips and delicious recipes of Quark, To be honest I had never really heard of Quark that much before, I never thought that Quark could be so versatile, I just thought it was like a cottage cheese type product but I realise that it is extreme low in fat and very good for you, you can make the most scrummy cheese cakes and even use it in savoury recipes, and add to  your morning smoothie. 
       
         Kerstain and Linda have cleverly compiled a marvellous collection of tips and recipes  for us mere mortals to try out.  The book starts with a wonderful explanation on the origins and history of Quark,  it also gives you a very helpful list of super-foods  from A to Z, some of which I never released made the list, that taught me.  There is also a fantastic chapter on the health benefits of Quark, I never realised  how good  it is for you,  



    The recipes  and method in the book are easy to understand and very clear, so you instantly don't feel confused and think I can't try them out. The photography jumps out of the page and made me feel very hungry indeed,  the colours used made the whole look of the book fresh and healthy,   Kerstin and Linda have made this Ultimate guide to Quark reader friendly and written with the person in mind. A must for your book shelf  I am proud to have it on mine. 


You can find  The Ultimate Quark Guide & Cookbook Kindle Edition £14.99 Hardcover £17.00 from Amazon.co.uk here is the link Quark Cook Book  



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  1. ooh that sounds great! Ive never really been sure what to do with Quark!

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  2. This is so helpful, I’m currently on slimming world and everything involves quark! Love it! Please feel free to check out my blog - lifeoflou590.wordpress.com xx

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    1. Oh Great I am glad,, Good luck with everything X

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  3. This sounds like a really good read. I don't own many cookbooks but I would like to branch out a little more! Lovely review.

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    1. I never really heard of Quark, but I was so surprised when I received the book review, you can do loads of things with it X

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