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  • Darlene Lowes says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Growing Herbs: Indoors, in Pots, in the Garden, Herb Recipes And a Medicinal List (Lifestyle), December 18, 2013
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    This review is from: Growing Herbs: Indoors, in Pots, in the Garden, Herb Recipes And a Medicinal List: Indoors, in Pots, in the Garden, Herb Recipes And a Medicinal List (Vegetable Gardening) (Kindle Edition)
    Although I never do a written review I do feel I need to speak out on this book. This is going to help me immensely as a person new to growing anything really. It also gives info on storage for the winter, how to dry your herbs and some uses, recipes and suggestions on medicinal uses. There are also some good reference links in the back of the book. This book is definitely a win win for me esp as it cost me nothing. Thank you.

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  • Samuel L. Worley Jr. says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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    cooking With Herbs, January 16, 2014
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    Samuel L. Worley Jr. (Andover, MA) –
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    This review is from: Growing Herbs: Indoors, in Pots, in the Garden, Herb Recipes And a Medicinal List: Indoors, in Pots, in the Garden, Herb Recipes And a Medicinal List (Vegetable Gardening) (Kindle Edition)
    I download this to find if I have room in my small apartment to grow a few herbs to enhance my meals. The result is today I ordered chive, basil and thyme seed to give it a try.

    The authors wrote a very simple, entertaining book informing me about herbs.

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  • Charles Wm Anderson @wordpress "Charles Wm An... says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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    A Good Herb Growing Guide. Useful Tips on Culinary & Medicinal Uses., March 18, 2014
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    Charles Wm Anderson @wordpress “Charles Wm An… (North Dakota, United States) –

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    This review is from: Growing Herbs: Indoors, in Pots, in the Garden, Herb Recipes And a Medicinal List: Indoors, in Pots, in the Garden, Herb Recipes And a Medicinal List (Vegetable Gardening) (Kindle Edition)
    This is a useful book for a person wanting to raise herbs for cooking or for use regarding medicinal purposes, despite some slightly awkward writing and a few formatting challenges.

    What I loved about Growing Herbs Indoors was the inclusion of color photographs and the recipes near the end of the book. Nice touch.

    Also of use were the tables discussing medicinal purposes following the recipes – I had not known the long term use of licorice is harmful to the liver.

    The writing, however, doesn’t flow quite as smoothly as some other books on the topic, but is okay.

    Also, early in Growing Herbs Indoors, the authors plug other books they’ve written. The conventional wisdom is that such plugs should be inserted at the end. For me, though, this was only a very slight nuisance, almost not worth mentioning.

    Overall, though, I do recommend buying this 63 page booklet, as it addresses the growing and use of herbs in ways that few other Herb books do.

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