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YOU CAN NOW BUY THE BOOK ( P2500.00) WHICH YOU CAN DOWNLOAD INTO YOUR COMPUTER, SAVE AND BURN INTO CD FOR BACK UP. PRINTING IT IS A BIG TASK SINCE THE BOOK IS SO LARGE, ALL 100 MB PLUS DUE TO THE LARGE IMAGES (STEP BY STEP PHOTOS OF THE PROCEDURES). A HARD COPY CAN BE PICKED UP AT OUR PLACE FOR FREE ONCE YOU MADE THE PAYMENT OR YOU CAN HAVE IT SHIPPED TO YOU FOR A FEE (DEPENDING ON THE COUNTRY OF DESTINATION). ALMOST EVERYONE KNOW HOW TO DOWNLOAD SO I DON'T THINK YOU WILL HAVE HARD TIME DOWNLOADING YOUR BOOK COPY. SAVES YOU MONEY IN THE PROCESS. I HAVE NO PLANS OF HAVING THE BOOK PUBLISHED AS OF NOW, MAYBE WHEN SOMEONE GIVES ME MORE ROYALTY OTHER THAN THE USUAL MINISCULE 40%, THAT MIGHT NOT EVEN BE ENOUGH TO BUY ME FLOUR IN THESE DAYS.

ANYWAY, DUE TO SO MANY INQUIRIES, WHAT SHOULD BE A TUTORIAL COURSE FOR 4 MONTHS (4000.00) NOW MORPHED INTO INSTALLMENTS FOR THOSE WHO ARE HARD UP WITH CASH. I GIVE IN, YOU CAN GET A TASTE OF THE TUTORIAL COURSE FOR P500.00 A MONTH AFTER PAYING FOR THE BOOK (P2500.00) IF THIS IS ALL YOU CAN AFFORD. 2 MONTHS WILL COST YOU P1000.00 PLUS THE BOOK P2500.00 TOTALLING ONLY P3500.00. IT IS WORTH A TRY ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE WHO ARE IN A HURRY TO LEARN AND EAT THEIR OWN BREADS. PAY ANOTHER EXTRA P500.00 AND YOU GET 4 MONTHS OF TUTORIAL LESSONS.

INCIDENTALLY, I HAD FUN WITH THE SESSION THE OTHER DAY, FIRST DAY AND THE GIRLS LOVED WHAT THEY WERE DOING, NOT EXPECTING TO BE ABLE TO WORK WITH THE DOUGH THAT SOON. THE BEST PART IS THE EATING TIME, WHILE THE BREADS ARE STILL WARM!!! I HAD A GREAT TIME SEEING THEM SMILE AND ENJOY ALL THE BREADS THAT WE MADE, A WELCOME RESPITE FROM THE DOOM I WAS IN FOR A MONTH AFTER THE FLOOD. FINALLY, SOMETHING TO SMILE ABOUT.

GO TO MY yolasite FOR DETAILS OF HOW TO BUY THE BOOK, ENROLL IN THE TUTORIAL CLASS AND OTHERS.

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