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Bread lovers that are trying to lose weight and get healthier, your time has arrived! The Atkins Induction Cook Book for Bread Lovers will help that huge addition to this form of carbs. For every meal of the day and, of course, desserts, this book takes the bite out of bread!

Bread lovers can be sure to find something that will replace their favorite meal or dish in this book. Potato lovers, rice lovers, and pasta lovers will also be pleasantly surprised at the multitude of recipes that'll leave you feeling full and satisfied. Atkins doesn't mean you have to go without!

©2016 Paul Ibbetson (P)2016 Paul Ibbetson

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  • 10-10-19

And cheese lovers

This book was a gift and not my pick. I don't feel comfortable with food vocabulary in english, so I would never pick a foreign language cookbook.
Still here is my review: There are a bunch for recipes for all kinds of meals, and many have cheese in it (I do love cheese). Each recipe is short and explained in a very concise way. You may find something interesting, but I really couldn't tell.
The narration is good, so this could be good for anyone with no time to stop and read.

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An interesting way to "read" a cook book

I liked the information. I feel though that I will have to go and buy the book in order to truly make the recipes.
The narrator mispronounced words, but not too bad. I honestly thought it was a very young woman, who is trying to break into the narrator field. This is a good place to start. You could hear mic pops and page turns in a few places too. . . Not terrible, but for experienced listeners, it is distracting.

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different

Definitely, a different way to read a cookbook. It has some interesting recipes. Listen first. See if there's anything you'd try and give it a go. a short listen, but you just might find something interesting. So give it a chance and check it out.

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Easy to follow recipe book

Overall I liked this book, the audio performance was pretty good. The narrator mispronounced a few words but they were easily identifiable. I did not have a print or eBook copy to compare the performance to, so am unable to comment on any deviations that there may or may not be outside of mispronunciations. Content review: This book provides a few recipes for each meal that are easy to follow and easy to make. I am looking forward to trying some of them and would look to listen to further titles from this author. I received a free audio copy of the book from the author. I had the opportunity to review or not.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 07-26-19

Tasty sounding food

One of the major difficulties in starting any low carbohydrate diet is, initially, the desire for breads, rice or pasta and those little breach nibbles. This book addresses the problem with a number of ideas to substitute and, hopefully satisfy.
The book is divided into five sections, Breakfast (2), lunch (3), dinner (4), sides and snacks (5) and desserts (6). There are no subdivisions within the chapters, so each recipe must be found by jumping forward through the section, which is slightly irritating. However, the narrator reads each recipe clearly, first giving the title and list of ingredjents, then the instructions. All sound simple to do, if a little fiddly at times.

The full list of recipes is as follows:-
(2). Better English muffins
Breakfast slider
Blue cheese bacon and egg cups
Breakfast stir fry
(3). Eggplant grilled cheese
Seeded salmon patties
Eggplant fresco sandwich
Rotisserie spinach chicken wrap
Bell pepper tuna salad bowls
Mini bell pizzas
(4) Bacon wrapped halibut with salad and foccachia
Zucchini chicken so fresco
Pepperoni pizza casserole
Crispy oven cried chicken
(5). Low carb induction rolls
Italian cauliflower bread sticks
Cauliflower rice base
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Spinach chips
Low carb parmesan chips
Spicy flax crackers
Cheese croutons
Microwave cheese bowls
(6). Green pudding
No crust, no fuss cheesecake
Chilli pumpkin smoothie
Hickamusticks ?
Sweet cream cheese dipping sauce

Hard to give a rating without yet having tried any of the results but this short book does offer some interesting ideas. It would have been better to list each recipe in its own easily accessible chapter, however