cooking

Keto Cookbooks – FREE!

So I went “shopping” on Amazon the other day and found four free keto cookbooks.  Thought I’d share them.  I have not tested any recipes out of these yet, but plan on it this weekend during our “cookup”.  Please note that these books may no longer be free, I didn’t check the date to see if was a daily special.

The Keto Crockpot: 100 Simple And Delicious Ketogenic Crock Pot Recipes To Help You Lose Weight Fast

Ketogenic Diet: Recipes That Melt Your Tongue(Ketogenic Cookbook,Ketogenic Diet Recipes,Ketogenic Diet Cookbook, Ketogenic Diet Books, Keto Diet For Beginners)

Ketogenic Fat Bomb Recipes: A Ketogenic Cookbook with 20 Paleo Ketogenic Recipes For Fast Weight Loss

7-Day Ketogenic Diet Meal Plan: Delicious and Easy Keto Recipes To Burn Fat and Gain Energy

Not all recipes in these books may fall under a “strict” keto eating plan, as some are too high in carbs. But that doesn’t mean they don’t make a good transition to a more strict keto regimen. I am not limiting myself to just 20g of carbs a day yet.  Right now I’m closer to 50g per day, working myself (and my wife) down from a much higher daily intake.  We’re trying to avoid the “Keto Flu”.

Check them out if you’d like. After all if you get one idea or recipe from a free book, it’s money well spent!

Peace,
B

Zucchini Chips… My Nemesis

I have tried three times now to make some zucchini chips. I have failed all three times. I need some salty, crunchy snack to take the place of potato chips.  We looked at the local “Health Food Stores” but all the bagged chips were mostly potato starch, so we passed them by.

I have tried 1/8″ slice, 1/16″ slice. Cooking them at 400 degrees for 30 minutes, 200 degrees for almost two and a half hours. I’ve tried salting them first to draw out the water and blotting them dry before adding seasoning. Using a silicon tray, parchment paper, or just cooking spray on the pan.

I’m rather disappointed as they are either just about burned or still very raw. And this is one the same sheet tray! Not like one method produces one result, I get the same results on each and every tray.

Now I’m pondering frying them in coconut oil as a last resort.

Someone got a clue?  I would appreciate any help!

Thanks!

Peace,
B