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Low-Carb Cooking

Low-Carb Cooking

Low-Carb Cooking

Battling weight gain can be a lifelong challenge for many people. Studies have shown cutting refined carbs from a diet already high in carbs will result in some weight loss. This bookazine contains delicious carb-conscious recipes for lunch, dinner, snacks and desserts, so you can easily make low carb your lifestyle. It's a healthy, sustainable way of eating--you'll be amazed at just how simple and effective it is. Join us and the millions of people who live low carb and already look and feel great--it's your time!

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1 min.
low carb will help you lose it for good

Battling weight gain can be a lifelong challenge for many people. Studies have shown cutting refined carbs from a diet already high in carbs will result in some weight loss. This book contains delicious carb-conscious recipes for lunch, dinner, snacks and desserts, so you can easily make low carb your lifestyle. It’s a healthy, sustainable way of eating—you’ll be amazed at just how simple and effective it is. Join us and the millions of people who live low carb and already look and feel great—it’s your time! To health and happiness, THE LOW-CARB COOKING TEAM…

6 min.
low carb 101

Chronic, widespread obesity is a relatively new phenomenon; it has skyrocketed in the last fifty years or so. If we look back just a couple of generations, being very overweight was far less common, and the vast majority of people did not have to think about what sort of diet they should be following. People ate according to the availability of foods, their culture and the style of eating they had been brought up with. Comparing the diets and the lifestyles of our grandparents and beyond gives us some insight into what might be going wrong for us today. What is the cause of the recent difficulties in keeping our waistlines under control? One of the major changes is how we buy and prepare food. In past generations, they had to…

32 min.
lunches

pork tenderloin salad with miso maple dressing active time 30 minutes start to finish 30 minutes serves 4 1 tablespoon grated fresh ginger2 tablespoons olive oil1 tablespoon mirin1½ pounds pork tenderloin6½ ounces kale, sliced thinly1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice1 pound shredded red cabbage1 large fennel bulb, sliced thinly2 tablespoons sesame seeds, toasted¼ cup micro herbs, such as red-vein sorrel MISO MAPLE DRESSING 1 tablespoon white shiro miso1 tablespoon pure maple syrup1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice2 tablespoons olive oil 1. Preheat oven to 400°F. Combine ginger, 1 tablespoon of the oil and mirin in a medium bowl. Add pork; turn to coat. 2. Heat a non-stick frying pan over a high heat; cook the pork for 3 minutes or until golden brown all over. Transfer to an oven tray; roast for 15 minutes or until just cooked…

2 min.
salsas

bell pepper & feta active time 30 minutes start to finish 30 minutes makes 2 cups Quarter 1 medium red and 1 medium yellow bell pepper; discard seeds and membranes. Roast under hot broiler, skin-side up, until skin blisters and blackens. Place in a heatproof bowl, cover with plastic wrap; stand 5 minutes. Peel away skin, then cut into strips. Combine bell pepper, 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar and 1 cup loosely packed torn fresh flat-leaf parsley leaves in a bowl; season. Top with ¾ ounce crumbled feta; drizzle with 1 tablespoon olive oil. Season with pepper. nutrition facts per serving 6.5g total fat; 1.8g saturated fat; 89 cal; 2.9g carbohydrate; 3g protein; 3.3g fiber eggplant & chile active time 20 minutes start to finish 50 minutes makes 2 cups Preheat oven to 400°F. Pierce 1…

2 min.
crackers

basic crackers active time 25 minutes start to finish 45 minutes + refrigeration & cooling makes 12 Preheat oven to 350°F. Pulse 1½ cups natural ground almonds, 1 egg, 2 tablespoons chopped cold butter and ½ teaspoon salt in a food processor until mixture comes together. Knead lightly until smooth. Roll dough between parchment paper into a 8-in x 12-in rectangle. Refrigerate 30 minutes. Remove top sheet of parchment paper; cut dough into 12 rectangles. Lift dough on paper onto an oven tray. Using the back of a knife, make an indent at center of each rectangle; prick all over with a fork. Bake 20 minutes or until golden. Leave on tray for 5 minutes; cool on wire rack. nutrition facts per cracker 9.8g total fat; 1.8g saturated fat; 105 cal; 0.5g carbohydrate;…

46 min.
dinners

ham & broccolini pizzas active time 25 minutes start to finish 1 hour + standing serves 4 1½ cups white quinoa1 teaspoon baking powder1 teaspoon sea salt flakes½ cup water2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil½ cup pizza sauce½ teaspoon smoked paprika2½ ounces smoked ham slices, torn coarsely¾ cup grated mozzarella¾ cup grated smoked cheddar2½ ounces broccolini, halved lengthways1 fresh long red chile pepper, chopped¼ cup seeded black olives, sliced 1. Place quinoa in a large bowl; cover with cold water. Stand for at least 8 hours or overnight. Drain; rinse well. 2. Preheat oven to 475°F. Line two large oven trays with parchment paper. 3. Place quinoa, baking powder, salt, water and oil in a high-powered blender; blend until smooth. 4. Heat a greased 12-inch wide, 10-inch base frying pan over medium heat. Cook half quinoa…