Lose Weight & Gain Muscle - High Protein Vegetarian Lunch Recipes (protein for vegetarians Book 2) Kindle Edition
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First, the writing style is an easy read, and I like that. Ms. Richards' informal writing style is friendly and makes you feel like she's sitting in your kitchen sharing a cup of tea with you. Also, the book is very Kindle friendly. And again, like the first book, there are many excellent recipes and ideas in this one, as well.
But that is where the love affair ends. Several reviewers liked the fact that Ms. Richards gives the nutritional analysis for each recipe--well, she does and she doesn't. There are no recipes that include the sodium analysis, and as one who has to watch my sodium intake, I know the recipes in this book are pretty high in sodium. Many of the ingredients used contain canned beans, low-fat cheese (much higher in sodium than regular cheese), canned tomatoes, etc. While this is not a killer for me using this book, I do have to make the necessary substitutions, and that is fine. However, others may not be quite as comfortable doing so, especially if they are new to a lower sodium diet. I feel this can be an important issue for some, and that is the reason I am mentioning it. One thing I do like is that many recipes have ample fiber, as well.
Also, feel like this book was rushed to publication on the coattails of the first one. Her first book came out in January, and just 5 months later, this one is already on the market--with some needed editing to recipes. For example, the calorie count for the first recipe, "Fabulous Feta and Hummus Wrap," is listed at 29.Read more ›
I also like that I can just click on the recipe I like from the menu and I'm taken straight there. Good value for easy recipes that you know will be good for you and your family.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Liked some recipes, but not sure my hubby would eat any of them..... well.. maybe he would.Published 2 months ago by D H
There are barely any recipes in this book which have more protein calories than fat calories (remember that there are 9 calories per gram of fat vs. Read morePublished on September 10, 2013 by Stephen
Stop trying to make your crap taste like meat. You made your choice, now live with it, hippies!!
I can't wait to try out these recipes. Too bad it's already bedtime and I need to shop for some of the ingredients.Published on January 31, 2013 by Belinda Jones
My daughter's vegetarian and I was looking for high protein dishes the whole family would eat. I hit the jackpot with this book.Published on January 22, 2013 by Melinda L. Bradbury
The author has a very sincere and friendly writing style, and good grammar. This can often be a breathe of fresh air in self-published e-cookbooks! Read morePublished on August 19, 2012 by Kindle Customer
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