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C_Sharp
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I just bought the Personalized Living Using the Blood Type Diet® Simple and Delicious Recipes for Type A at Amazon (Type O is also available and the other types will be available shortly).

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nt.....Kristin%20O%27Connor


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I thought that it was not available until the 14th. Going to get one right now.
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C-Sharp - I don't have kindle. Can I not download this onto my MacBook Pro?
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C-Sharp - I don't have kindle. Can I not download this onto my MacBook Pro?


You need this software to view it on a Mac (Software is free-book is not of course):

http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html/ref=kcp_mac_mkt_lnd?docId=1000464931

I do not have a Kindle either.

I am running it on an iPad.


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I just gave the Type O Cookbook as a Valentine's day gift.


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I downloaded it yesterday onto my Kindle Fire.  Some good recipes in there!
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Bought it today and looked at all of the recipes. What an endeavour, such a gifted woman.

Sweet potato gnocchi!

Now, many of us might be secretly trying to figure out how to woo her into our own homes to cook for us.  

I can see myself making at least 3/4 of the recipes. I can hardly wait to see the recipes for the other blood types that my friends are.

Thanks to Kristin, Dr. D'Adamo, Martha et all for such a great gift. This is definitely giving me the push I need to get rid of old cookbooks!
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Hi all.  Can someone point me to someone who can help me download the Kindle stuff to my PC?  I think I do it, and then I look for the ype A frecipe book, and all of the other blood types show up, except mine.  So, I go to the news feed I received telling me the books are available, I click onto my type - A - and it then tells me I don't have Kindle on my system . . . even though I see it at the bottom of my screen saying it is there.  I've been trying to download the recipe book for the last half hour and I'm whipped!

Any help appreciated.  Thanks!


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I just went through the process...

First, you need to download and install Kindle-for-PC.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000493771

Second, you need to register Kindle with Amazon.
This is done in the Kindle software...

Third, when you buy the book, you need to download to your Kindle...
This is done in the "add to cart box".  Once you register your Kindle, it will be in the box as a choice...


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No Kindle, no Mac & no iPad.... sigh...I'll be waiting on this for a bit.


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can you only buy this on kindle (don't have it)? or is it availbale in paper back?
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Tune in to NBC Connecticut this morning at 11:00am to hear Kristin O'Connor talk about the books and see a quick food demo! OR, catch it online at: http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/on-air/as-seen-on/Watch-NBC-Connecticuts-Newscasts-129162318.html


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You buy this from amazon, then you are prompted to download software for it from kindle. There are choices for which devices you are using ie -
android, Mac, Kindle, PC, iPad etc.

I chose Mac because I have a MacBook Pro.
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Quoted from Beachgirl
No Kindle, no Mac & no iPad.... sigh...I'll be waiting on this for a bit.


While I find I can take it into the kitchen easier with my iPad, I have no difficulty viewing the cookbook with the free  Kindle bookreader on my PC.

Info on how to install this free software:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/.....0200&#installing


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can you only buy this on kindle (don't have it)? or is it availbale in paper back?

You can put Kindle on any number of devices (the software is free...) - including your PC or Mac computer that you are online with...  Follow the link in my message above to see the list of possibilities and choose the best for you.



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Is this going to be available in paper book format, or only digital?


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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There has been no indication from Drum Hill books that they intend to release these books in any other format.

For those wanting to see how the books look on a PC you can download the free kindle software as well as a free sample chapter out of one of the appropriate book.

You get a free introductory chapter, so you do not actually see any recipes in the sample. But you can easily verify that the software works before buying.

The sample also includes a list of all the menus in the cookbook.


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Hey ya'll

I just downloaded the O cookbook to my PC, it's fab and the recipes look great!  Kristin is really talented and hurrah to Dr D and Martha too!  Love it!

My only question, and I don't know that the answer will be here, is: are millet/brown rice or brown rice rolls readily available over the counter (and on diet) in the US?  It's just that there are a few recipes that have this or that served on these and, whilst I know I can make my own compliant version of sorts, I was disappointed that there was no recipe for these located later in the book as I expected   It's no biggie, I was just looking forward to a new roll recipe (when I saw it indicated) is all and they did look really nice in the pictures!  We can't get a compliant version anything like these over the counter in the UK.

Thanks

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are millet/brown rice or brown rice rolls readily available over the counter (and on diet) in the US?


They are in some areas.  In my area I would need to bake them my self if I wanted them fresh. There are frozen hamburger buns and english muffins from various grains-but I do not normally buy them.


Rice wrappers for making spring rolls are available in most urban areas.


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They are in some areas.  In my area I would need to bake them my self if I wanted them fresh. There are frozen hamburger buns and english muffins from various grains-but I do not normally buy them.


Rice wrappers for making spring rolls are available in most urban areas.


Thanks C_Sharp!  I always have some rice flour wrappers in my cupboard for making spring rolls etc as they're completely on diet and readily available (hassle free)!  They also keep well, so are good as a standby.

I was hoping there was a good recipe available for the rolls etc photographed in the cookbook - they look very tasty.  Like you, we have difficulty (even in such as big city as London) finding on-diet ready-made brown rice or millet or brown rice with millet burger rolls etc.  I've actually never managed to find any.  It's only a 'treat food' in this household anyways, as grains are generally not an everyday staple food.  Anywho.  Thanks for the response!

If anyone on the forum here has a fab recipe, I'd love to hear  

All the best

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I just went through the process...

First, you need to download and install Kindle-for-PC.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000493771

Second, you need to register Kindle with Amazon.
This is done in the Kindle software...

Third, when you buy the book, you need to download to your Kindle...
This is done in the "add to cart box".  Once you register your Kindle, it will be in the box as a choice...


Thank you - very helpful.  The only thing I can't figure out, now, when registering the Kindle, is when it asks for the serial #.  I can't see anywhere where that number is . . . can anyone steer me in that direction?


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The only thing I can't figure out, now, when registering the Kindle, is when it asks for the serial #.

Is this a Kindle device, or is it the software for PC?

I didn't need a serial # to register the PC software...
Here is a link to Kindle support information.  On the right, there is a link for registering...
http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/.....amp;nodeId=200588130


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Not sure what device you are looking for a serial number for.

If it is an iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone:

1. Connect your iPhone or iPod Touch to your computer
2. Start iTunes
3. Click on your device name (xxx’s iPhone) under the left menu bar "DEVICES"
4. Click on Summary
5. Click on "Serial Number" (you have to click literally ON the word serial number)
6. Retrieve the "Identifier", a 40 digit hex code


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If it is an actual Kindle device:

Kindle's serial number is on the outside of the box it came in

No box -- use the Settings menu on your Kindle. Scroll down to Device Info.


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I'm not using Windows so I can't download Kindle..   well I can, it just won't run. I've got Ubuntu (Linux).


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