- File Size: 312 KB
- Print Length: 114 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 30, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005KB9IB6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Naturally Skinny: 100 Organic Recipes Under 350 Calories Kindle Edition
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I first made the Whole Grain Pancakes. I used all of the ingredients listed (minus the "organic) and then entered the recipe in MyFitnessPal so I could accurately measure the calories. The book...182 calories. MFP...183 calories. I tried this with several recipes and the calories were pretty much on target.
The ingredients she used for the dishes can be found in any supermarket, and that's always a big plus. I've purchased several other "low-cal" cookbooks that ended up collecting dust simply because I couldn't find the ingredient and if I did, it was usually way expensive.
The dishes are delicious. I love the way everything is broken up by category. She includes a "sides" category, with the caloric value pretty low. I can create an entire meal simply by choosing something from each category, and I love that I can compensate in one area (say, the main course) and then be able to choose a higher-calorie desert (although we usually have deserts listed as an after-dinner snack).
Yes, it was a little irritating to constantly read "organic" in front of every ingredient but for the price I paid ($4.99 Kindle edition), this really was well-worth it. My husband likes the fact that he's not regulated to the same breakfasts each day just to keep the calorie count down. At $4.99, this was a steal!
The author seems to have used her word processor to do a search and replace on a regular recipe book to insert the word "organic" in front of every noun. Why is organic important? What ingredients are most important to have organic versions of, and which ones can you use the conventional type instead? There's no info on this at all.Read more ›
Here is example of one of the recipes:
Spinach & Egg Skillet Breakfast.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not too many recipes that appealed to me, or that I actually have the time to make. Probably more helpful to someone who isn't trying to cook for a growing family.Published 17 months ago by Laynie
Variety of recipes and options to consider in order to get healthy choices and changes for main entries..very descriptive and I like the presentation of the book.Published 20 months ago by Hugo J. Lopez
Most recipes were easy to prepare, easy to find food items and supports eating healthy. Friends are asking for recipes for their own collectionPublished 21 months ago by Bch
Free books are not always free. They go up in price alot of times so why not give it a read and find out if you look the author.Published on December 3, 2013 by DC