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Healthy Carb Cookbook For Dummies

 

by Jan McCracken

From the Back Cover
Over 100 homemade dishes high in goodness, low in carbs. Know-how and recipes to help you live a healthy carb lifestyle!
With sumptuous recipes and information on nutrition, this terrific cookbook helps you make the switch to healthy carbs. Get the skinny on the basics of low-carb living. Get recipes that de-carb favorite foods like Southern fried chicken and lasagna. If you've tried low-carb, but felt mystified or deprived, this is your key to success.
Discover how to:
- Prepare low-carb and healthy carb meals, snacks, and desserts
- Eat low-carb on the go
- Stock a carb friendly kitchen
- Make low-carb cooking easy with a crock pot
- Get in and out of the kitchen quickly

Review
I have been part of the low-carb community for several years, watching the trends and the ups and downs of low carb advocacy. I've always leaned toward a healthy version and moderation. From the beginning I preferred "real food" made healthy, and this delightful book offers a wonderful variety of down to earth and delicious, "real world" recipes. This book is a realistic and humorous guide for living a healthy life for real people. It addresses ease of preparation, economy of effort, consideration of meal budgets, and most importantly abundance of flavor - all with health as the underlying factor. I love every recipe I've tried so far.
     As any "Dummies" reader knows, there's more to a "Dummies" cookbook than recipes. And in this book, there are terrific, common sense, and again, realistic, advice, tips and information on how to get the most benefit from living right in this fast-paced world. I also appreciate that the author obviously knows her chops, so to speak. She has done her research and provides information that I have not found readily available about low and healthy carb.
     I've been researching and reading about all angles of low carb eating for several years, and this book actually gave me some fresh information, new perspectives and a fun read. If you have any curiosity or interest in low or healthy carb cooking, I highly recommend getting a copy of this book.
C. Davidson, (Spokane, WA), Amazon.com

 

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