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My Mueller Spiral-Ultra Vegetable Spiralizer Cookbook: 101 Recipes to Turn Zucchini into Pasta, Cauliflower into Rice, Potatoes into Lasagna, Beets ... (Vegetable Spiralizer Cookbooks) (Volume 4) Paperback – June 11, 2015
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J.S. Amie is “the Healthy Happy Foodie”—a food blogger and Amazon bestselling author who has earned a reputation as a trusted source for delicious recipes which support healthy diets and lifestyles including Gluten-free and Paleo diets. Her books on vegetable spiralizer recipes are gaining popularity with a wide variety of people who all share the same passion for eating well while staying healthy. She is a mother of two charming daughters, who, like normal children, crave sugar, wheat and more sugar! So what to do? JS decided to learn how to satisfy those urges by substituting good, natural food for unhealthy junk. Her books reflect her personal mission to nourish her family and friends as well as possible. She lives in a small town surrounded by rolling hills, walnut trees and zombies. Just kidding about the zombies. She can be contacted on her blog at www.HealthyHappyFoodie.org.
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I did read the section on using the Müeller, and it seems to be thorough and well-written and stresses how to safely use, and clean it.
I have already bookmarked several recipes to try. She has some good ideas that I hadn't thought of -serving beef stew over squash noodles, and using zucchini noodles to make kugel-sweet or less sweet, there are directions for both.
The navigation is fine, the editing needs a bit of tweaking, and the occasional instruction needs a bit of clarifying-such as do you use the entire bok choy stem and leaf, or not. All recipes have the nutrition information, which is a very good thing. The recipes run the gamut from very low-sodium to fairly high, to very high, and it's nice to know this ahead of time.
The subtitle mentions "potatoes into lasagna" but I couldn't find any mention of this in the book. It's a moot point for me, because I can't have potatoes, but I did want to read about her technique. I use zucchini sliced on a mandoline for lasagna noodles.
I enjoyed reading this, even the recipes I can't make because they contain forbidden foods have given me creative ideas. I'm looking forward to trying the recipes I can have. The recipes look good; even the ones I can't have do look good to me.
She's very nice, and responds to problems that need to be fixed.
We've tried the Chili Mac recipe, and everyone loved it. Although there are not a lot of truly new recipes for spiralized vegetable main dishes (there are a lot of very similar ones out there), there are some I've bookmarked to try.in the future.