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by Dana Carpender

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  • ISBN 1592330894
  • ISBN13 978-1592330898
  • Language English
  • Author Dana Carpender
  • Publisher Fair Winds Press (October 1, 2004)
  • Pages 560
  • Formats doc lrf docx lit
  • Category Cooking
  • Subcategory Special Diet
  • Size ePub 1242 kb
  • Size Fb2 1433 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 919

Dana Carpender has done it again -- 500 all-new recipes from snacks to desserts that the whole family will love! This time, she highlights world cuisines, including Italian, French, Chinese, Japanese, Greek, Mexican and other ethnic favorites. Most of these cuisines emphasize carbs, whether itÆs rice, pasta, or potatoes, but Dana has worked her magic to make delicious, simple low-carb versions that provide variety to the worldÆs most popular diet.

Heard a lot about Dana Carpenter but I wasn't impressed.

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500 Updated Recipes for Doing Low-Carb Better and More Deliciously. Since its publication over 15 years ago, 500 Low-Carb Recipes has become a classic in the low-carb community, earning author Dana Carpender the affectionate moniker low-carb queen from her fans. The book is now a bestseller, with over half a million copies sold. Low-carb cooking has evolved. A decade ago, low-carb menus relied on ingredients like artificial sweeteners, unhealthy vegetable oils, protein additives, and processed foods from grocery store shelves, like low-carb branded snack bars and packaged meals.

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500 Low-Carb Recipes

500 Low-Carb Recipes. The most common reason that people abandon their diet is boredom but 500 LOW CARB RECIPES: 500 Recipes, From Snacks to Dessert, That the Whole Family Will Love by Dana Carpender has more than enough recipes to keep even the most finicky dieter on track. Whether everyone in the family is on a diet or not, these recipes are proven winners with adults and kids alike.

500 Low-Carb Recipes. To date, her books have sold over a million copies worldwide. If variety is the spice of life, the 500 delicious recipes in this cookbook from Dana Carpender will have the entire family eating out your hand. Dana teaches you how to count carbs and read labels so you can continue your weight loss without hunger and enjoy increased energy.

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I'll use these 540 pages of recipes to hype my own seriously home-style everyday cooking.

Sometimes I just need a different idea, and for me that is the utility of such a big book. I don't yet love it, but perhaps I will when I've used a few recipes.

I'm grateful for some basic recipes, such as Dana's low-carb ketchup, that definitely will help me with creating sauces for pork, among other things. I've been adding Splenda and vinegar to tomato sauce, which can be very good, but I'd like some other flavor notes, and at this, Carpender is very, very good.

In zipping quickly through the recipes I did notice some ingredients that I wouldn't buy or eat for any reason. Velveeta cheese is one; it isn't cheese. That's one so-called food ingredient that doesn't belong on any plate in any form. A class of ingredients I've never tried is ost of the sweeteners Carpender discusses in her books, and I doubt I'll ever try them. Choosing just one for an example, low-carb honey is used in at least one recipe I noticed. I won't be buying that ingredient because real unfiltered honey has so many important health benefits that IF I'm going to use honey, I will use the real stuff, not some overprocessed substitute that doesn't add health benefits or behave in recipes like honey. However, after two years on Protein Power I no longer crave sweets, so there's very little baking in my house. I suppose I won't have to worry much about sweeteners.

The one thing I don't like about this book at all is its index. For a cookbook index to be functional, it needs to be organized into categories alphabetically. This index is alphabetic, but not by category. Among the alphabetized items are Adele Hite's Fauxtatoes Deluxe, Barb Thompson's Meatballs Arribiata, Carol Tessman's Skillet Supper... and so on.

I can see why Carpender would want to acknowledge recipes sent by fans, but for me the index is useless because the flow of organization and alphabetizing is thrown off by recipes named for individuals rather than what the ingredients are, apple dumplings, bean soup, carrot salad, duck liver pate, etc., or the category of the item, soup, apple, bean, carrot.

It takes an inordinate time to find anything because I have to figure out where it might be hidden, and I'm very annoyed each time I have to use the index. Anyone who likes a rational and organized index should take notice -- examine before buying.

That said, however, it's a good basic book for low-carbers who are flexible enough to substitute ingredients they don't have or don't like, who don't use an index much, and who do want to add to their low-carb recipe repertoire. There are more than enough recipes here for every night of the week for a long time.
When my doctor put my on a carb restricted diet, I knew there was one place to turn....Dana Carpender. I bought this book just prior to her new book, 1001 Low-Carb Recipes: Hundreds of Delicious Recipes from Dinner to Dessert That Let You Live Your Low-Carb Lifestyle and Never Look Back. This book has been very helpful in converting my vegetable hating husband into eating seasonal locally grown vegetable. Hey, I call it eating organic on a budget.

I am one of those people that needs to count carbs AND calories. Fortunately, the recipes in this book have both! And, any book that can get my husband to eat cabbage and brussels sprouts can't be bad. The book is easy to read and well organized.

She starts out with an introduction to low carb ingredients you'll need to keep on hand. (Note: A few recipes call for a Low Carb milk brand which, unfortunately,is no longer available in this area. I use regular organic milk and adjust my carbs accordingly.) She follows with recipes organized by type of food:
Snack, Nibbles, and Appetizers.
Egg, Cheese etc.
Breads, Muffins, Cereals
Hot vegetables and sides
Side Salads and dressings
Chicken and Turkey
Fish and seafood
Pork and Lamb
Main Dish Salads
Sauces, Seasonings, and Other Incidental stuff (including low carb surgar free ketchup)
Cookies, Cakes, Pies and Other sweets

So far, we've tried the orange mustard glazed brussels sprouts, ALL of the broccoli soups, the creamy cauliflower and bacon casserole, Mexican Cabbage soup, and the spinach mushroom quiche (warning: In the interest of full disclosure, I should tell you we used kale instead of spinach!) And, everything we've tried has been a winner! I look forward to trying more!
I am diabetic, ...and follow Richard Bernsteins 6 carbs breakfast, ..12 lunch, 12 dinner. I love Dana's cookbooks, as I can meet Bernstein's goals. I really feel like I have given nothing up by this diet. With Dana's recipes, ...I have mashed potatoes (cauliflower recipes), rice (cauliflower cut a different way), spaghetti (spaghetti squash). .....Everything in her books give healthy alternatives, ...and the recipes are quick and easy to cook. I actually find I can cook most things up in about 5-15 minutes of my time, ...and have more time to myself than if I went to a restuarant. .....I have embraced this lifestyle after more than a year of trying it. My a1c went from 7 to 5.4 ..............amazing!!!
Mitars Riders
Purchased it only to get one recipe. Low Carbohydrates are not the answer to body and brain health. Simple carbohydrates are what are deadly, not complex, and to protect the brain, contrary to what is espoused by big bro and big pharma, you brain needs the fat to function properly. The recipe I wanted was the one for "Taco Seasoning", b/c the ready-made packages at the store are loaded with sugar and chemicals. Prefer what I can make, b/c what I make is unadultrated.
Yellow Judge
Great book with delicious low carb recipes. I am on a keto diet and this book is great because it not only gives you the usable carb count but also gives you fat and protein numbers so you can easily keep yourself on track for the diet. I purchased the book used from a seller here and the condition was said to be good. I would call it like new, there were barely any creases on the spine and no markings anywhere. Definitely a great value!
Heard a lot about Dana Carpenter but I wasn't impressed. I enjoy cooking low-carb as I know I personally cannot process too many of the little buggers. I'm a very good and creative cook but I'm not interested in stocking my pantry with specialized items. There are plenty of ways to cook delicious low-carb food without relying on specialized items. Maybe I should write my own cookbook! LOL