Live Life Keto

Just in time to daydream about your next new year resolution, Live Life Keto explains why a keto diet might be perfect for you. After a forty-page introduction to the keto diet, the book delves into 104 keto recipes. There are fifteen breakfast, ten soups/stews and ten lunch/meal prep recipes.Continue Reading

Cast Iron Skillet One-Pan Meals

Cast Iron Skillet One-Pan Meals contains clear and concise instructions for seasoning and using a cast iron pan. I really appreciated that since I received a cast iron pan for Christmas that I have yet to use. The book also contains recipes spanning the globe from Thailand to Africa. TheContinue Reading

How to Eat More Plants

With grocery prices rising fast, who doesn’t want to save money and live healthier by eating more plants. But if you are unfamiliar with vegan or vegetarian cooking, your plant recipe repertoire may seem like a menu of side dishes. This book addresses that problem by explaining How to EatContinue Reading

Nom Nom Paleo Let's Go!

Nom Nom Paleo Let’s Go is jam-packed with well over a hundred recipes. All are paleo and also gluten-free! Each recipe has multiple photographs, diet/allergen notifications, and nutritional information. The recipes within Nom Nom Paleo Let’s Go look delicious! However, many are not for beginners. Though the step-by-step photographs ofContinue Reading

Low Carb Yum

You will be saying Low Carb Yum after looking through this keto (and sometimes also paleo and vegan) cookbook. There are more than 125 recipes for all manner of meals included. All recipes are for one or two servings. They are easy to make and take around 30 minutes orContinue Reading

Happy Healthy Strong

Who doesn’t want to be Happy, Healthy, Strong? This book has short blurbs about habits and food groups, but it is essentially a cookbook with some exercises included in the last chapter. The recipes do include nutritional information. However, some feel ridiculously simple. Do you need a recipe for CottageContinue Reading

Grist

I’m sure I wasn’t the only person who early in the pandemic bought more dried beans, lentils and peas than they would eat in a year. I wanted to read Grist because of two sentences in the introduction: “Prep the ingredient instead of the finished dish so that ingredient canContinue Reading

Healthy Easy Mexican

Mexican food is so delicious! And here, in California, it is plentiful. However, everyone should try to eat healthier. In a restaurant, you may be eating foods fried in lard. If you create the same dish at home, you can control the fat and calories. So, how does the HealthyContinue Reading