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A cooking app with absolutely no recipes. Instead, KnowledgeBook: Cooking contains all the little bits of information and rules of thumb that you need to really use and understand your recipes -- what can be substituted for buttermilk or baking soda in a pinch, how many bananas it takes to make 1 cup of slices, how many cups are in a pint, what temperature an oven should be set to if the recipe calls for a "moderately hot" oven, etc.
KnowledgeBook: Cooking compiles all this information in one place, and adds much more: what can be substituted for buttermilk if you don't have vinegar? How many US cups are in an Imperial pint? (or an Australian pint?) What does it mean to papillote something? How should a slow cooker recipe be adjusted at high altitude? What temperature in Fahrenheit does Gas Mark 6 on a British stove correspond to?
With sections for Yields and Equivalents (including canning yields), Substitutions, general cooking terms, Measurement conversions, and High-Altitude considerations, KnowledgeBook: Cooking aims to be a one-stop reference for all the "extra" information needed to help you understand your recipes and get to Cooking!
What people are saying about KnowledgeBook: Cooking:
"It's almost become indispensable. I've used every feature. If you cook, bake, or can, you NEED this!"
("Samsnona", KnowledgeBook:Cooking 1.2.0, May 2012)
"This app is a must have for any one who calls his or herself a culinarian whether a novice or a professional. I love that the app reveals yields, substitutions and relevant and different information for cooking instead of only recipes."
("HI Life", KnowledgeBook:Cooking version 1.2.0, Jul 2012)
"As a caterer, I have found this app to be very valuable...I love the yields for produce. It's great to know how much of a fairly expensive item I will need to make a recipe. This cuts down on waste a great deal and saves me money."
("Phoenix 1972", KnowledgeBook:Cooking version 1.10, Feb. 2011)
"I have installed a similar app but this one is much better. It's really useful in cooking."
("Asparago", KnowledgeBook:Cooking version 1.0.1, Jan 2011)
"Excellent app very handy for alternative ingredients and very informative :) must have app"
("Cheeksnes", KnowledgeBook:Cooking version 1.0.1, Jan 2011)
"Awesome app! The best cooking reference app I've ever used all wrapped up in a beautiful FREE bow! It's actually better than most of the paid cooking reference apps and those don't offer HALF the info this one does. A must have for anyone who cooks!"
("Tatem214", KnowledgeBook:Cooking version 1.0.0, Dec 2010)
What's New in Version 2.0.1
- Fixes potential crash on some devices
Version 2.0 Updates:
- iOS 6 and iPhone 5 compatible
- All-new "Leather-Bound Tome" UI Theme (iOS 5.0+)
- Overall speed and memory handling improvements
- Rearranged unit-conversion page layout
- Less-obtrusive iAd display
- Over 100 new substitutions and yields from user submissions
- Tips and tricks for handling various food items ("Tomatoes bleed less when cut vertically") now included with the yields
- Biblical, Talmudic, and Sumerian units included in ancient units section
- Baking pan volume chart
- Includes list of common commercial can sizes
Very helpful, I use conversions a lot so it saves me time. Terms are also informative , great for a novice or expert cook/baker.
Always thought I knew what the terminology in certain recipes meant, but now I know longer have to guess.
This is a pretty amazing tool, but I am not too sure how to apply it's use.... I will have much fun exploring and figuring it out. I am a by-measure cook, and my spouse is a by-the-seat-of-the-pants cook. I'm hoping this helps us like a Rosetta Stone. Thanks!!!
- Category: Food & Drink
- Updated: Oct 24, 2012
- Version: 2.0.1
- Size: 34.3 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Portable Knowledge, LLC
- © 2010-2012 Portable Knowledge, LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.