Primal Blueprint Healthy Sauces, Dressings & Toppings

Primal Blueprint Healthy Sauces, Dressings & Toppings

Book - 2012
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Following the popularity of The Primal Blueprint Cookbook and Primal Blueprint Quick & Easy Meals (both attained Amazon's #1 ranking for low-carb cookbooks), best-selling author Mark Sisson and gourmet chef Jennifer Meier team up again to transform ordinary meals into culinary masterpieces with Primal Blueprint Healthy Sauces, Dressings & Toppings. You'll get acquainted with the essential list of Primal-approved ingredients: butter, coconut milk, flour alternatives, puréed vegetables, nut butters, eggs, healthful oils, vinegar, salt and assorted herbs and spices. Then, it's off to the races to create your dips, rubs, dessert toppings, marinades, seasonings, salsa, pesto, flavored butter, tapenade, gravy and much more. The rich and satisfying flavor these sauces, dressings and toppings bring to your meals will not only boost nutritional and antioxidant values, but will also ban the objectionable sugars and fats found in most conventional flavor enhancers from the table! From staples like ketchup, mustard and hot sauce, to the more exotic creations like Blueberry Chutney, Carrot Salsa and Avocado Lime Dressing, each recipe enhances the nutritional value of your meal and uses only Primal ingredients. That means no gluten, grains, legumes, added sugars or unhealthy trans or polyunsaturated oils. And you don't have to compromise great taste or spend hours slaving over complicated preparations. With options organized into convenient categories and presented with vibrant photos and simple instructions, going Primal just got easierâand a whole lot tastier!
Publisher: Malibu, CA : Primal Nutrition Inc., [2012]
Copyright Date: ©2012
ISBN: 9780984755158
Characteristics: vi, 250 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm


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LRS1969 Jun 08, 2015

Actually pretty silly to be listed under Low Carb Diets. Or to be considered "Primal" (which is Paleo that allows certain non milk, low carb dairy byproducts).

This really gets tiresome.

Why work so hard to keep your body from losing its "sweet tooth" (and taste for sugars and starches)? Plus the consumption of something noticeably sweet (even if theoretically "low carb") can, in some people, prompt the release of insulin in anticipation of incoming glucose - and thereby enhance insulin resistance.

Just go Low Carb and keep use of Stevia and artificial sweeteners to a minimum (for example not so much as to sweeten coffee or tea, but just enough to take the bitter edge off if the acidity bothers you as compared to using Stevia, etcetera, in amounts as exist in sodas and colas).


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