Publisher: Mobo Pub
In addition to 170 quick, easy, and delicious ketogenic recipes, which you’ll find in chapters 5 through 15 and in a bonus section on smoking, this book is packed with lots of handy features to help you along your keto journey.
If you’re new to keto, begin by reading the introduction to the ketogenic diet, which starts on here . Keep in mind, though, that this is a cookbook; if you’re looking for more in-depth information about the science behind keto and how to adapt it to meet your individual needs, turn to here in the Resources section for a list of other books that may prove helpful.
Part 1: The Ketogenic Kitchen
Part 1 is full of handy information and tips for keto cooks—both those who love to spend time in the kitchen and those who would rather be doing anything but cooking. Chapter 1 gives you the lowdown on key keto ingredients, including healthy fats and natural sweeteners, and walks you through stocking your fridge, freezer, and pantry with the right foods. In chapter 2, you’ll find a list of the kitchen equipment I consider most essential, as well as some handy extras. Chapter 3 will help you navigate the world of eating keto by offering tips on saving time in the kitchen, planning ahead to ensure your success, and eating out at restaurants.
I know that even non-ketogenic meal planning can be tricky for a lot of people. To help you get started with keto, or to get back on track if you’ve hit some bumps, I’ve included meal plans in chapter 4: some for weight loss and healing and some for maintenance. The seven-day plans have corresponding shopping lists that make it easy to pick up everything you need for a successful week of healthy eating. If you’re looking for dairy-free meals, two of the thirty-day plans are dairy-free.
Part 2: Easy Ketogenic Recipes
To help you navigate the recipes in this book, I have included a number of helpful features.