May 072019

The Complete Keto Diet Cookbook For Beginners 2019 by Mandy Cook

The Complete Keto Diet Cookbook For Beginners With 21-Day Meal Plan by Mandy Cook

File Size: 1341 KB
Print Length: 167 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publication Date: January 19, 2019
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English

Do you want the healthy lifestyle you have always dreamt of?
Do you want to go keto , but don’t know where to start?

In this cookbook you will learn: My personal journey and struggles with diets. What is the ketogenic diet – what foods you can and can’t eat. What are the main benefits and how you can maximise them Tips and ticks how to make living on the keto easier. 21-day meal plan to make the start of your journey easier. 75 healthy, quick and easy to make recipes
All of these recipes are made with common ingredients that deliver great flavor and stunning aromas. They are approved by my husband and my guests who often come over for dinner. They are designed to guide you every step of the way in order to prepare the best keto foods ever.

This book was full of recipes that look very easy to make but they had a lot of ingredients that I rarely if ever use and the directions were not very clear on some of the recipes. I like recipes that use more simple, everyday ingredients. I also wish there were photos for at least some of the recipes.

  8 Responses to “Cookbook Review:
The Complete Keto Diet Cookbook For Beginners:
With 21-Day Meal Plan by Mandy Cook”

  1. I’ve heard so much about the Keto Diet. I’m going to have to look into it.

  2. Vicki, thank you for your honest review. Generally, I don’t like recipes that make me go out shopping for a lot of exotic, hard-to-find ingredients. I am surprised that there are no photos of the food.

    • I like every day ingredient and I like photos to go with the recipes, so this book was not a favorite but it does have great reviews.

  3. It used to be especially annoying when I’d see recipes calling for some tiny amount of an herb or spice that I’d never use again. In some places we lived, we could buy herbs and spices in bulk, so I could get just a tiny amount. I didn’t like to buy an entire jar just to use a 1/4 teaspoon or something.

    • I agree! I wonder how much money I’ve spent on an herb that I used a small amount of and then ended up throwing it away.

  4. Sounds like maybe a good resource for learning but not for cooking. I too prefer easy to find ingredients. I don’t need photos of every recipe, but when I’m learning a new technique or style of cooking, photos are helpful.

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