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eBook Everyday Low Carb Cooking: 240 Great-Tasting Low Carbohydrate Recipes the Whole Family will Enjoy ePub

by Alex Haas

  • ISBN: 1569245207
  • Category: Special Diet
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Alex Haas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books; 3rd edition (November 11, 2002)
  • Pages: 304
  • ePub book: 1685 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1168 kb
  • Other: lrf lit rtf docx
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 776

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The recipes are designed for the entire family to enjoy.

The recipes are designed for the entire family to enjoy.

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Low-carb eating continues to gain adherents as people discover that they can lose weight and help manage chronic conditions such as diabetes and high cholesterol by eating more low-carb foods. Everyday Low Carb Cooking—here in its third edition—contains 225 recipes from two dozen cuisines that provide a wide variety of low-carb options. The recipes are designed for the entire family to enjoy, and cover salads, soups, and a wide variety of seafood, chicken, beef, pork, and vegetable choices. Haas has already been praised for the incredible variety of his recipes and for offering low-carb versions of such foods as salad dressings, chicken wings, crab cakes, and coleslaws—that are not readily available in other low-carb cookbooks. Each recipe includes macronutrient counts for each ingredient. This is an accessible, proven book of low carbohydrate recipes for everyone who wants or needs to be on a low-carb diet.

Comments

Mbon Mbon
I've only made a few things from this book, mainly because when I made the key lime cheesecake, I followed the recipe to the letter and the vinegar taste was so overwhelming we couldn't eat it. I've had success with the jello desserts, but the whipped cream does not make 3-4 cups. I glanced at the gumbo recipe and knew there's no way-- you can't get good gumbo without roux. The cocktail sauce is a good low carb substitute, as is the tartar sauce. Will continue to try the recipes with reservation, bit will follow my own instincts regarding the measurements of ingredients.
Άνουβις Άνουβις
The Good: This cookbook has the essential for a good cookbook: the food you make tastes good. I haven't found a lemon of a recipe yet, and they all look good. Moreover, this author avoids the common trap of relying heavily on bizarre substitutes for flour and cornstarch. The recipes are almost completely free of strange ingredients. Just good veggies, meats, and spices.

There is no baking section (a good thing in my book, because low-carb baking sections inevitably rely heavily on the aforementioned bizarre substitutes). The excellent dessert section consists mostly of rich, simple desserts that don't rely overmuch on sweetness. Good for when you want a little something satisfying at the end of a meal without eating massive amounts of Splenda or aspartame. The section on cheesecakes is also notable, with several approaches and several flavor variations.

There's also an extensive condiments section: ketchup, chili sauce, lots of variataions on barbecue sauce, several Asian sauces.

The Bad: Nothing, really.

The Weird: As I scanned the cookbook, I found recipe after recipe calling for sweetener as an ingredient. (I don't mean in the dessert section, either.) I was intrigued enough to actually count: 14 out of 20 soups, 17 out of 18 salad dressings, 18 out of 19 salads, 41 out of 75 meat/fish/chicken dishes, 10 out of 16 veggie side dishes all call for some quantity of "sugar equivalent sweetener".

Now, some dishes do require sugar or sweetener, but these counts seem excessive. Some condiments do too - ketchup, barbecue sauce - but what kind of nut puts sugar (or sweetener) in guacamole???

Recommendation:

Great recipe book, especially if you're put off by use of odd substitutes in low-carb recipes. Just treat the sweeteners as "optional" in most of the recipes.
Kazracage Kazracage
I've been low carbing since 1999. I hadn't been much of a cook for most of that time, but THIS book changed that. Alex's recipes are pretty much foolproof, and are all delicious. My husband and I now have several cookbooks between us, but this is still the one we pull out 99% of the time.

FYI - You should also check out George Stella's cookbook. Alex and George are at the top of their game!
Thordigda Thordigda
I really like the recipes in this book. I would warn you that a large portion of the recipes call for wine and I am not a particular fan of cooking with wine only because I don't really like the flavor that it imparts.
Brol Brol
With a title like "Everyday Low Carb Cookery," I was expecting recipes that I could make with a minimum of hassle that would please my entire family of normal people. The recipes were far too gourmet (something I also dislike about the Atkins recipes), and few (I think I noted three) were quick enough to make on a typical work night. The author might eat like this every day, but he probably doesn't have to commute after work and feed anyone under the age of 18. I am returning this book.
Fordrellador Fordrellador
gerat flavors in food
Mallador Mallador
great recipes and easy carb-counts
This has got to be the best low carb cookbook. I have tried many recipes from it. My kids will actual eat the food because it does not taste like flax bran ;) The best part is that you can find almost everything that you need at any decent sized grocery store and don't have to have alot of specialty item.