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Unread 10-15-2016, 05:48 PM
ketocarol ketocarol is offline
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Arrow What is your favorite cookbook? Why?

So i love cooking, and i shared few of my keto meals here. They are pretty much from the same cookbook, which i love. But i always looking for new ideas, books etc. So let's share our favorite cookbooks here.

Write the title with a link and a few words about why you like it. Here is mine:

The Ketosis Cookbook. I like it because it has over 370 low carb high fat recipes, with macros and nutritional informations. And a 12 week meal plan, so it's really newbie friendly.
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Unread 10-15-2016, 07:20 PM
holly70 holly70 is offline
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I like cookbooks, but don't use them that often. Every year or two I'm seduced by the new big cookbook and add it to my shelf...this past year was Food Lab IIRC.

I've had this cake cookbook since '97 I think and it's a keeper, though I don't use it much:

https://www.amazon.com/Treasured-Rec...ston+cake+lady

Just made the Loaf of Bread cake w/chocolate butter cream for my FIL this past week. 2 sticks of butter in the cake and 2 in the frosting...really really good and thankfully all gone. Can also recommend the carrot cake, chocolate bar cake, and hummingbird cake. May have made others, but those were requested to be made more than once.

When I do want a recipe it is usually easier just to use google. Homesick Texan is good for Tex-Mex and some southern cooking, only one Alton Brown recipe was a bust that I remember, and my fave pancake recipe...trick to this is the milk can't be too cold because then the butter will clump up, so microwave it a little bit and I only use 3 tsp.of baking powder:

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/21014/g...oned-pancakes/

Admittedly all this is more helpful for someone that is bulking.
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