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7 thoughts on “Save 45% on The Best Ketosis Cookbook Recipes + Beginners Guide + Bonuses”

  1. This cookbook has ever so many new recipes, ones that aren’t easily found on the web – and the recipe for Keto Bread is worth the price on its own! Mmmmmmm – had bacon/Brie sandwiches with cranberries last night, shrimp po’ boys planned, fried egg/cheese sandwiches, grilled cheese, naan, tortillas, etc. – I have so missed breads on LCHF/ketogenic eating.

  2. This cookbook does require some planning of meals, but it has tasty, more original things than some. It is beautifully done and we have enjoyed it tremendously. I cook all of our food from healthy, organic, grass fed whole ingredients already, and have done so for years and this book just fits right in. I normally make my own food and have always been told I was a very good/great cook. With this one, I’m following the recipes as closely as possible because I’m just learning about keto. I love veggies, especially green ones, tomatoes, onions, peppers, garlic, etc, so that is the hardest part for me.

  3. When we started the whole Keto journey, this was one of the first books we bought after trying it out first from the library, Pretty much everything in this book is delicious, and I am a pretty picky eater. If just starting out with Keto, be prepared for your first supply run at the grocery store to be an expensive one, but after that, you’ll use a lot of the same ingredients again. The book also has a great section in the front that really explains Keto stuff, so this could be the only book you really need for awhile if you are interested.

    The only reason this isn’t all 5 stars has nothing to do with quality or the recipes…it’s that I really wish there was some warning about how long most of these recipes take. Between some of the prep work and actual cooking, so many of these recipes take a couple hours at least. This may be pretty daunting for someone just getting started, or not an experienced cook.

  4. Wow! Fantastic! Well thought compilation of info layout for a easy read! Nice big font, beautiful large pics, simple and easy read. Recipes list special equipment, notes, and especially nutritional info.

    Back lists tons of Keto resources/ references, meal plan, photos recipes index assorted by food type sections.

    The recipe ingredients are everyday stuff and not something you have to hunt for.
    Easy simple and great looking desserts!

  5. I have been enjoying this book for about 2 weeks now. I love the beginning of the book. I don’t usually read those so much in a cook book, but it’s filled with all kinds of very useful lists, information and some basics to get things rolling. The other thing I really like is how they have keyed the recipes to tell you if they are high, medium or low on the keto part of it and having the nutrition also in percent is awesome. For a first timer like me, these tools really make my meal planning easier.

    Ketogenic cooking is not for the weak, that is for sure. It has really pulled me into more cooking that I ever thought I would be doing, but I have really enjoyed every recipe I have tried in it so far and having a place to use good quality ingredients and feel good about it in the end is fantastic. So right next to my Paleo cookbooks this one is being used on conjunction. Great food for great health.

  6. I am not in the habit of posting reviews – it’s a transgression of mine. But I had to make an exception for this book. If I could summarize this book into one word, it would be: WOW!

    Yes the book is beautifully presented, yes the photos are gorgeous, and yes the recipes are your typical favorite fare (rather than obscure things no one would typically eat). But the important question always is: are they delicious? Well… I can’t anwer for all 200-some recipes, but I can speak for one in particular that I tried just this morning.

    Keto-pancakes. If you’ve low-carbed long enough, you’ve tried pancakes alternatives and you know they typically always suck. Sure you can make decent pancakes, but mouth-watering one? No… At least not until now. I followed this book’s recipe and was simply blown away! Not only was the flavour fantastic, but it’s the type of pancake you’ll stare at and wonder: “how can there be no carbs in this???”

    And so, I can honestly wholeheartedly recommend this book to everyone following a low-carb lifestyle. You won’t regret your purchase, and I have a good every other recipe in this book is just as amazing. Thank-you to both Jimmy and Maria!

  7. I have been paging through this wonderful book for a while and have been waiting to try out the “bread” recipe. I did however make it a couple of days ago and oh my goodness I wish I had made it sooner, I was not disappointed. This bread is the best grain free recipe I’ve made in ages, thanks to Maria Emmerich. I’m not kidding when I say it tastes just like bread. It’s so soft and light and a breeze to make. It keeps well and makes great toast the next day. Yum!
    Like she says people call it “Wonder Bread”. I say it’s the REAL wonder bread! 😉

    There are so many great and healthy recipes to try in this book even if you are not “Keto” and want to stay healthy. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is on a low carb and high fat diet. Maria does a great job explaining what Keto is and how to incorporate it into your lifestyle. The meal plans are a plus. Maria has a lot of basic recipes that start you on the right foot and then she goes on to some really amazing stuff! Keep up the good work Maria!

    This book will go right on my bookshelf next to Danielle Walker’s “Against All Grain” and Dianne Sanfilippo’s Practical Paleo amongst many great paleo friendly cookbooks.

    FYI with one recipe for the Keto bread, I made a small loaf of bread and one 10″ pizza crust.

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