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The High-Protein Cookbook: More than 150 healthy and irresistibly good low-carb dishes that can be on the table in thirty minutes or less. Paperback – November 14, 2000
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Hundreds of thousands have embraced the low-carbohydrate lifestyle finding that a diet based on lean protein, fruits, and vegetables and less dependent on simple carbohydrates has helped them look and feel better. But a monotonous menu of steak and salad or expensive, additive-laden prepared foods has been the undoing of many a successful diet regimen.
The solution? Linda West Eckhardt and Katherine West DeFoyd have devised more than 100 protein-rich, low-carbohydrate dinners that will satisfy even the most demanding diners. Drawing on their experiences as award-winning cookbook authors, Eckhardt and DeFoyd have developed a tempting range of high-protein meals that are quick enough to make on a weeknight but elegant enough to share with guests -- and so delicious they'll never know they've been shortchanged on carbohyd rates, fat, and calories.
Each entree in "The High-Protein Cookbook
* Provides at least 30 grams of protein, yet is light on fat and calories.
* Is styled for two people but can easily be doubled or tripled
* Uses short lists of fresh, healthful ingredients
* Is based on simple cooking techniques requiring no special equipment
* Avoids "artificial" products and flavorings
* Contains reasonable amounts of high-quality protein balanced by ample servings of vegetables and fruits
With chapters devoted to side dishes and salads, sauces and condiments, and even sinfully satisfying desserts that won't break the carbohydrate bank, "The High-Protein Cookbook is the perfect companion tomany of today's most popular dietary regimens and an enticing argument for cutting back on excess carbohydrates.
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Sometimes the fat content is a little high, but you can generally work around that. Also, the dessert recipes rely on aspartame, which I don't consume now that Splenda is available in the U.S., but you can make substitutions. Very minor problems, in my book.
Highly recommended for anyone who eats meat and wants a quick, easy, and interesting dinner.
After having weight loss surgery I need to focus on a high protein diet. Though I am fairly creative in the kitchen I thought that it would be nice to not have to figure out calories, protein counts, etc., and also to get some variety into my diet.
This wasn't the right cookbook for that. Though the recipes ARE high protein they are not low calorie or low fat. Though the subtitle reads '500 calories or less' many of the recipes are approaching the 500 calorie mark, which is more than I want to "spend" on one meal (and this is just the main dish, not anything else).
Many of the recipes could have had their calories reduced and their nutrition improved by substitutions: milk instead of cream,low-calorie spread instead of butter, Splenda instead of sugar, for example. (Yes, I could do that on my own, but then I defeat the purpose of already having the nutrition information available.)
Though I believe the recipes are probably very tasty, this wasn't the cookbook for me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Recipes are awful and most of them are disgusting. Don't waste your money - just google or go to pinterest for protein recipes!Published 1 month ago by Carolyn
The recipes look amazing.....the one I did try was really goodPublished 4 months ago by Shaneis Housey
This book first not contain what I was looking for, for colitis, need to returnPublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
BEST low carb, high protein cookbook EVER! I use it all the time. It's my go to for dinner every night. Chicken Jamaica is our favorite so far!Published 5 months ago by Consumer
All the nutritional information is provided with each recipe. Quite frankly this is her important and a step a lot of the books leave off. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Timothy E. Cline