Thank you for your helpful comments. I know that some of the audiobooks I have listened to make extensive reference to diagrams, charts, tables, etc., which isn’t really practical while driving or exercising.andrew1989 wrote: ↑ Also, just to clarify my perspective or bias on audiobooks vs physical copies of books - usually for purely word-driven books I prefer the convenience of audiobooks (unless the voice actor gets in the way of the enjoyment) but for visual books (cookbooks, texts, references) I prefer the physical book. I believe this book falls into the latter category - especially given that it is a book you might refer back to repeatedly (the 2nd half is purely recipes.)
I see that Audible says, “When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.” I’m guessing that will contribute, but not be essential, while I’m listening.
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