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50 Top Quinoa Recipes: For Weight Loss and Optimum Health (Emma Greens weight loss books Book 9) Kindle Edition
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- Publication Date : February 23, 2018
- File Size : 4507 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 74 pages
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- ASIN : B07B281157
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,014 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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7 Chapters including:
1. The Benefits of Quinoa for Weight Loss
2. The Health Issues from Conventional US-Based Diets
3. Quinoa Breakfast Recipes
4. Quinoa Lunch Recipes
5. Quinoa Dinner Recipes
6. Quinoa Snacks Recipers
7. Quinoa Desserts Recipes
In the introduction she talks about her personal just over 100 lb weight loss journey and tactfully offers 3 additional reports for free download when you opt into her newsletter. Her lead magnet appear worthwhile and she’s not overly pitchy about them while seriously delivering a terrific recipe book about 50 ways to dish up quinoa, including breakfast options!
The Benefits of Quinoa for Weight Loss gives a great quality brief introduction to quinoa. I knew it was terrific as a source of protein and fiber, but I learned something new that quinoa "contains every single amino acid" as well as a number of high quality nutrients. I won't go into them all out of respect for Emma's Intellectual Property.
This is a free ebook, so she doesn’t go into the lengths and depths that professional cookbooks do about preparing and stocking your kitchen. Just a heads up, you’ll need to stock your kitchen with things like coconut oil for cooking and both almond and coconut milk. The coconut flakes (not my favorite thing) for a topping looks like I could easily switch that out. Hemp seeds, flaxseed flour, chickpea flour, quinoa flour, corn flour. Some of the ingredients are bit more specialized than what I already have stocked in my pantry. Just know, you will need to read through this and make a shopping list of a handful or so of other ingredients than you may readily already stock.
I was delighted to find some quinoa breakfast options because that was a meal for which I formerly did not have any recipes and I really was looking for some. Yeah! Emma delivers some good options.
The Quinoa Veggie Breakfast Muffin looks quite good. Also, while there's a bit of cheese which I can't do for a few more weeks until after my cholesterol test, it looks like I could switch that out, add another flavorful veg like red bell peppers and do just fine. While she suggests egg whites, because of the specific nutrients in yolks, I would opt to retain a full egg and decrease the cheese. Heavenly Quinoa looks terrific, too. She offers a few ways to prepare Quinoa as a hot breakfast cereal which look quite appealing. Waffles and pancakes are not my thing.
Of the Lunch options, the Quinoa stuffed bell peppers looks like the sort of dish we would embrace as a staple. There are several here I’m interested in, but because Emma doesn’t cite them in the TOC, I’m respecting her IP and not over citing her recipes specifically. Only a few.
Quinoa for dinner! I like how she interweaves the quinoa into the dinner entre recipe itself. I’m just very used to using it as a side to a number of dishes I prepare. Some Italian and Mexican inspired dishes as well as Salmon options. Yummy!
The meats predominately are chicken or seafood, keeping the recipes light.
Just more of the ingredients were things I would readily have or likely stock up on, but they look great.
Desserts! I didn’t think I’d be interested in the desserts, but I was wrong. The berry options looked like the most likely that I’d want to attempt.
Highly recommend as cheap or free ebook. Not sure I would invest $13.38 in a paperback copy. Just my thoughts.