Book Review: The Big Book Of Low-Carb

Filed under: Review — @ April 30, 2006

In the ever-shrinking world of low-carb books that has resulted from book publishers erroneously thinking that low-carb is dead, it’s nice to see that a few of them don’t mind at all using the term “low-carb” in their titles. In fact, that word is the biggest one on the front cover of The Big Book Of Low-Carb by veteran low-carb authors Kitty Broihier and Kimberly Mayone.

While this low-carb cookbook is absolutely loaded with 250 delicious and easy-to-make low-carb recipes, it is the advice the authors provide up front that you will be referencing time and time again.

bq. These helpful tips are there to give you guidance that could prove crucial as you prepare to become the king or queen of your low-carb cooking domain. Don’t just foolishly skip over this part of the book because there are some really good techniques that frankly I hadn’t even thought about before.

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