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No Cookbooks? No Problem! Texture By Next Issue Has You Covered.

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You know what it feels like to fall into a recipe rut. You’ve made the same thing multiple times, and you’ve pretty much mastered it, but you’re bored of the flavours and the ingredients. That means it’s time to change it up and find a new source for recipes.

The web is, of course, a great resource for recipes. But finding a reliable recipe online isn’t always easy, and it’s also tough to find a recipe that’s especially inspiring. Unlike web forums and recipe aggregators where pretty much anyone can submit anything, a lot of magazines have dedicated teams and kitchens created just to help you improve your own cooking experience.

The beauty of magazines for recipes is not just their resources and tireless efforts – it’s that they continuously creating recipes year-round and finding new ways to make them better with even better, seasonal ingredients.

The one problem with getting recipes from paper magazines and newspapers is that they are often made of thinner paper that likely won’t be able to stand up to a kitchen mess. And, as you find favourite recipes, it’s annoying to either have to rip out the page it’s on, or save the entire magazine.

Texture by Next Issue solves all of these problems and puts tons of amazing recipes right at your fingertips. From Chatelaine to Allrecipes to Food & Wine, you can browse a huge variety of titles that will make you a foodie in your own right. And, you can screenshot and save all of your favourite recipes right on your device in a digital filing system.

If you’re worried Texture might not be for you, worry no more. The 30-day free trial will help you get to know it, risk-free. Just make sure you get a good, protective case to shield your tablet from all the amazing food you’ll be making!

Featured image source: texture.ca/newsstand

Lynn Hachette

Lynn Hachette began her career in journalism as a fashion columnist for her university newspaper, and her love for writing quickly developed. She went on to become a co-editor-in-chief of the newspaper, writing about everything from local politics to technology to popular culture. Lynn since completed her master’s in journalism, and has made a career out of her passion. She also loves reading, cooking, puppies and bad TV.

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