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*Updated for 2015! More recipes! More photos!*

This 120-page book on Quick No-Cook Low Carb Recipes features 45 recipes ranging from easy cheese-plate ideas that any college student can try to more advanced recipes like tuna tartare which require a few ingredients to assemble. Explore a new recipe every day for a month and expand your menu choices!

This book provides easy ideas for preparing quick, healthy meals that you will love. Every recipe can be made without cooking. If you've only got five minutes, this book has the answer. Kids who want to eat healthy can make these dishes without any cooking. Whether you're at an office without a microwave or living in a college dorm, you can make these healthy foods to keep your body energized and happy.

These recipes are perfect in power failures and other no-power, no-stove, no-microwave situations! As long as your e-reader works, you're all set! Perfect as part of your emergency kit.

In addition to the recipes, all four of my low carb books provide appendices which explain how to successfully manage a low carb diet.

Published: Lisa Shea on
ISBN: 9781311035684
List price: $2.99
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