501 Recipes for a Low-Carb Life

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2003 - Cooking - 416 pages
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Those slim and beautiful celebrities are doing it: eliminating the bread and potatoes to keep their bodies in camera-ready shape. Why not do it too, with 501 mouthwatering recipes that make going low carb deliciously easy? Dropping refined carbohydrates from the diet helps control weight and high blood sugar, leading to a healthier, more energetic life. Find out the latest nutritional information and see how to create a balanced eating plan that will fend off the feeding frenzies often caused by carbohydrate consumption. Satisfy the tastebuds with Goat Cheese Quesadillas, Olive and Tomato Crostini, Vegetarian Caviar, Cashew Curry Chowder, Sausage and Couscous Salad, a Persian Omelette, Stovetop Steak and Mushrooms in Stout Gravy, Nutty Turkey Burgers, and hundreds more meals--even pizzas. Best of all, with such sweets as Jam Bars and Chocolate-Cappuccino Dream Creams, you can even indulge in desert. Even recipe here includes the carbohydrate, calorie, protein, and fat content to help you stay in control.
 

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Contents

Introduction
6
Appetizers Snacks 15
40
Soups
49
Salads
67
Eggs
107
Entrees
117
Poultry
159
Fish
191
Pasta
249
Vegetables Sides Dishes
261
Sauces Salsas Marinades
311
Breads Baked Goods
356
Desserts
371
Drinks
397
Index
409
Copyright

OneDish Meals
216

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Gregg Gillespie has owned, operated & managed retail commercial and baking establishments in New England and California. He is the author of numerous cookbooks. He lives, cooks and collects recipes in Reno, Nevada.

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