Everyday Low Carb Cooking: 240 Great-Tasting Low Carbohydrate Recipes the Whole Family Will Enjoy

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Da Capo Press, 2002 - Cooking - 304 pages
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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.
 

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I've made about 10 of these dishes so far. They've all been great and especially appreciated by my husband. After about the 3rd dish I realized why: it was written by a man!!! How many cookbooks are written by men? Right. The only thing I've begun to change is to find ways for recipes to be less salty (sometimes just cutting back on the bouillon cubes) and sometimes less garlic powder, but those are clearly just personal taste. Oh, the other thing is that the ingredients aren't given in the order they'll be needed, which isn't a huge deal, just a little challenging for those of us who are recipe-dependent; I've reformatted some of them so that I don't have to think as much while I'm working. 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Low Carb Cooking Tips
4
Low Carb Nutrition
9
SOUPS
13
SALADS
35
SLAWS
73
BEEF ENTREES
87
PORK ENTREES
117
OTHER MAIN COURSES
185
VEGGIES ON THE SIDE
195
EGGS GALORE
213
SAUCES AND CONDIMENTS
233
DESSERTS
255
CHEESECAKE ANYONE?
275
Nutritional Values for Commonly Used Ingredients
284
Acknowledgments
289

CHICKEN DISHES
133
SEAFOOD DISHES
173

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