Keto Slow Cooker Recipes: Life-Changing Guide To Ketogenic Diet Recipes For Your Slow Cooker That You Can Cook At Home Karen Fisch

Keto Slow Cooker Recipes: Life-Changing Guide To Ketogenic Diet Recipes For Your Slow Cooker That You Can Cook At Home

Author: Karen Fisch
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Book Title
Keto Slow Cooker Recipes: Life-Changing Guide To Ketogenic Diet Recipes For Your Slow Cooker That You Can Cook At Home
Author
Karen Fisch
ISBN
9781802534788
Are you looking forward to losing weight?When we use the term 'ketogenic diet', we are referring to a diet that not only focuses on carbohydrate restriction, but also has a high emphasis on fat calories and a lower emphasis on protein calories. If this sounds counterintuitive to everything you know, take a moment and let it sink in. Also realize that high fat doesn't equate with processed and unhealthy. You want to consume healthy fats and natural fats that are low in carbohydrates. Olive oil, avocado oil, coconut oil, avocados, real creamery butter, heavy cream, and whole milk cheeses should be staples in your house while eating ketogenically. Stay away from vegetable oil, margarine, and lower fat dairy products, which won't provide the same nutrient benefits and only serve to confuse your body while it is in ketosis.This book would have focused on what makes slow cookers such handy appliances to have in your kitchen, but plenty of others have already done that. While using a slow cooker can be a boon to any time-pressed person (and who isn't?), it is especially helpful for those following a low-carb lifestyle.For one thing slow cooking is the cooking method of choice for many staple foods that make up a low-carb diet - especially meat. The long, moist, low-heat cooking of a slow cooker turns any meat tender and delicious, rendering even the toughest cuts fork-tender without any addition of fat. Vegetables too become savory, tender and delicious using this cooking method, especially when cooked together with meats.This book covers: - The Ketogenic Diet- The Slow Cooker- Breakfast & Brunch- Snacks and Appetizer- Fish and Seafood- Poultry- Pork- Lamb- Beef- Side Dishes- Soups, Stews and Chili- Condiments, Sauces & Broths- Vegetables- Desserts- Special Section 1: Bread- Special Section 2: Extra Yummy MealsWith slow cooked foods, the cooking happens on a low heat for a prolonged period of time. The heat does not destroy the nutrients. You can easily recapture the nutrients when you serve the resultant meal.Binding Type: HardcoverAuthor: Karen FischPublisher: Karen FischPublished: 06/16/2021ISBN: 9781802534788Pages: 134Weight: 0.77lbsSize: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.38d


Are you looking forward to losing weight?


When we use the term 'ketogenic diet', we are referring to a diet that not only focuses on carbohydrate restriction, but also has a high emphasis on fat calories and a lower emphasis on protein calories. If this sounds counterintuitive to everything you know, take a moment and let it sink in. Also realize that high fat doesn't equate with processed and unhealthy. You want to consume healthy fats and natural fats that are low in carbohydrates. Olive oil, avocado oil, coconut oil, avocados, real creamery butter, heavy cream, and whole milk cheeses should be staples in your house while eating ketogenically. Stay away from vegetable oil, margarine, and lower fat dairy products, which won't provide the same nutrient benefits and only serve to confuse your body while it is in ketosis.


This book would have focused on what makes slow cookers such handy appliances to have in your kitchen, but plenty of others have already done that. While using a slow cooker can be a boon to any time-pressed person (and who isn't?), it is especially helpful for those following a low-carb lifestyle.

For one thing slow cooking is the cooking method of choice for many staple foods that make up a low-carb diet - especially meat. The long, moist, low-heat cooking of a slow cooker turns any meat tender and delicious, rendering even the toughest cuts fork-tender without any addition of fat. Vegetables too become savory, tender and delicious using this cooking method, especially when cooked together with meats.


This book covers:

- The Ketogenic Diet

- The Slow Cooker

- Breakfast & Brunch

- Snacks and Appetizer

- Fish and Seafood

- Poultry

- Pork

- Lamb

- Beef

- Side Dishes

- Soups, Stews and Chili

- Condiments, Sauces & Broths

- Vegetables

- Desserts

- Special Section 1: Bread

- Special Section 2: Extra Yummy Meals


With slow cooked foods, the cooking happens on a low heat for a prolonged period of time. The heat does not destroy the nutrients. You can easily recapture the nutrients when you serve the resultant meal.




Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Karen Fisch
Publisher: Karen Fisch
Published: 06/16/2021
ISBN: 9781802534788
Pages: 134
Weight: 0.77lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.38d


Are you looking forward to losing weight?


When we use the term 'ketogenic diet', we are referring to a diet that not only focuses on carbohydrate restriction, but also has a high emphasis on fat calories and a lower emphasis on protein calories. If this sounds counterintuitive to everything you know, take a moment and let it sink in. Also realize that high fat doesn't equate with processed and unhealthy. You want to consume healthy fats and natural fats that are low in carbohydrates. Olive oil, avocado oil, coconut oil, avocados, real creamery butter, heavy cream, and whole milk cheeses should be staples in your house while eating ketogenically. Stay away from vegetable oil, margarine, and lower fat dairy products, which won't provide the same nutrient benefits and only serve to confuse your body while it is in ketosis.


This book would have focused on what makes slow cookers such handy appliances to have in your kitchen, but plenty of others have already done that. While using a slow cooker can be a boon to any time-pressed person (and who isn't?), it is especially helpful for those following a low-carb lifestyle.

For one thing slow cooking is the cooking method of choice for many staple foods that make up a low-carb diet - especially meat. The long, moist, low-heat cooking of a slow cooker turns any meat tender and delicious, rendering even the toughest cuts fork-tender without any addition of fat. Vegetables too become savory, tender and delicious using this cooking method, especially when cooked together with meats.


This book covers:

- The Ketogenic Diet

- The Slow Cooker

- Breakfast & Brunch

- Snacks and Appetizer

- Fish and Seafood

- Poultry

- Pork

- Lamb

- Beef

- Side Dishes

- Soups, Stews and Chili

- Condiments, Sauces & Broths

- Vegetables

- Desserts

- Special Section 1: Bread

- Special Section 2: Extra Yummy Meals


With slow cooked foods, the cooking happens on a low heat for a prolonged period of time. The heat does not destroy the nutrients. You can easily recapture the nutrients when you serve the resultant meal.




Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Karen Fisch
Publisher: Karen Fisch
Published: 06/16/2021
ISBN: 9781802534788
Pages: 134
Weight: 0.77lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.38d