The Fart Without Fear Cookbook

The Fart Without Fear Cookbook

by Wayne Chen, Gary Goss




Fart Without Fear: Comfort Food for Uncomfortable Times is the world’s first laugh-out-loud, instantly useable, self-improvement comfort food cookbook. Find out what uptight politically correct chefs, nutritionists and scientists have known for years but haven’t told you. Think fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, meatloaf, and Boston baked beans; this cookbook for everyone includes more than 70 low- to no-odor producing comfort food recipes. Complete with a unique rating system, favorite recipes, special menus, and fun facts, Fart Without Fear will show you how to eliminate odors but not the flatulence caused by your family favorites - all without sacrificing the flavor, joy and fun they evoke.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781935557685
Publisher: Publishing Works
Publication date: 02/08/2011
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 7.90(w) x 6.20(h) x 0.70(d)

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The Fart Without Fear Cookbook 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
RelomanLC More than 1 year ago must be dull hanging around with VSK. This is a human totally devoid of humor. I love the book...I love the idea for the book...I love the creativity that went into writing it. I thought it was a real hoot ( or should I say toot ). Buy it, read it, chuckle, and share it with your friends. We are actually buying 6 more to bring to friends as a house gift when we go to visit. Don't worry VSK....we shall neither darken nor infect your home with a visit. WRITE ON, Guys...bring us more.
cdavine More than 1 year ago
I found this cookbook to be very useful as well as humorous. The book provides some great recipes for comfort food with clear, concise, and easy to read instructions. Each recipe contains a "Stuff to Use" list of ingredients and a "Stuff to Do" set of instructions that anyone can follow. There's a lot of recipes for food that I would not have normally thought of preparing including Onigiri (a Japanese comfort dish) and Poutine (a Canadian comfort dish). The authors have also worked-in their own fart-rating scale which rates each recipe based on the level of odor offensiveness that each recipe might produce which adds some humor to the recipes. It's a unique and fun but useful book to have around the house that would also make a nice gift. I highly recommend it.
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VSK More than 1 year ago
I'm sure there must be a good idea in there somewhere, but I'm not interested in exploring. Why the crude title? Where I live, "fart" isn't used in mainstream conversation, so how can I recommend this book even if I buy it and like it? I'm no stranger to obscenities and offensive language. It would be easy to simply say, "your title suc** and the front cover looks like s***," but I thought I'd simply suggest you go back and try again. This cover can be more attractive and less crude! Every writer deserves a re-do. Best wishes!