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Ketogenic Instant Pot Cookbook: The best 100 Keto Instant Pot Rec...
by Virginia Hoffman

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English

Pages

207

Publication Date

February 12, 2018

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<h2>***Filled With Images and Nutritional Info***</h2><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><h1>Are you looking for easy and delicious Ketogenic recipes that fit with your lifestyle and busy schedule? </h1><br /><br /><br /><br />The Ketogenic diet is, without doubt, a must follow diet if you want to lose weight, keep it off and obtain various other benefits such as making your skin healthy, fighting cancer, restoring insulin sensitivity and much, much more. Whether you’ve just started following the diet or have already been following the diet with impressive results, you must perhaps have noticed that one of the challenging parts about following the diet is preparing delicious meals especially when you have a busy schedule. <br />If you still want to stay committed to the diet, one thing you want to prioritize is cooking foods fast while of course ensuring you retain the nutrients. There is no better way to achieve that than use a pressure cooker and in particular, the modern, technologically advanced pressure cooker, known as instant pot. <br /><br /><br /><br /><br />This book has 100+ delicious instant pot recipes that you can prepare while on the Ketogenic diet.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />By following a <strong>keto diet</strong>, you will get great benefits, such as:<br />✓. Lose your weight faster.<br />✓. Have a stable energy level.<br />✓. Get rid of insulin resistance.<br />✓. Regulate blood pressure.<br />✓. Enjoy increased endurance.<br />✓. No starvation.<br />✓. Improve your blood profile indicators.<br />✓. Reduce diabetic medications<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><h1>here what you'll learn from this book: </h1><br />✓Introduction<br />✓Chapter 1: Ketogenic Diet: A Beginner Friendly Background<br />✓Chapert 2: Chicken Recipes<br />✓Chapter 3: Meat Recipes<br />✓Chpater 4: Seafood Recipes<br />✓Chpater 5: Fruits and Veggies Recipes<br />✓Chapter 6: Soups and Stews<br />✓Conclusion<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><h1> get your free copy now! </h1> <br /><br />
West Coast Wild: Stories & Recipes from the Pacific North West
by , Bob Elliott

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English

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February 11, 2018

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Bob Elliott grew up on Vancouver Island, BC. His family were fishermen, and when he was fifteen, he skipped school to go commercial fishing for the first time. He learned to cook by default - the regular cook on the boat quit, and so began a lifetime love for seafood and cooking. This is a collection of recipes and stories from family life and his career on the ocean.
Stuffie Summer: One Man Eats Every Stuffed Quahog in Rhode Island...
by David Norton Stone

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English

Pages

54

Publication Date

March 28, 2013

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Quahog shells, breadcrumbs and chopped clams are the modest ingredients that come together to make the beloved food nicknamed "stuffie." David Norton Stone's Stuffie Summer follows a delicious journey through Rhode Island and Massachusetts in search of the perfect stuffed quahog. Stuffed with history, tastings and humor, Stuffie Summer explores why, in a state defined by its unique foods, the stuffie is the strangest and greatest of all. It's an adventure that ends in Stone's own kitchen where, in a fitting farewell to his Stuffie Summer, he sums up his journey in a few stuffie recipes of his own.
A Skillet, a Spatula, and a Dream
by Barbara Bretton

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English

Pages

84

Publication Date

July 24, 2011

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USA Today bestselling author Barbara Bretton shares forty easy-to-prepare recipes that range from Almost Perfect Pad Thai to Atlantic City Zuppa, from Lake Tung Ting Shrimp to Cape May Clam Chowder with humorous and heartwarming takes on the writer's life peppered throughout. <br /><br />REVISED November 2011.
Clamcake Summer: One Man Eats Every Clamcake in Rhode Island (Or ...
by David Norton Stone

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English

Pages

88

Publication Date

March 29, 2012

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Clamcake Summer is the story of one man's attempt to eat every clamcake in Rhode Island in one summer (or die frying). It is a funny, informative and voracious story of marathon eating and the seashore foods we crave, and of the joys and traditions of summer in New England. This is the first book entirely dedicated to the clamcake. A blend of memoir and history, Clamcake Summer is the perfect beach read for anyone who grew up eating these delectable fritters, or for those who dream of ordering their first dozen at a take out window.
Locavore U.S.A.: How a local-food economy is changing one communi...
by Katherine Gustafson

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English

Pages

25

Publication Date

April 24, 2012

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<p>In 1950, at least 70 percent of Montana's food was grown in Montana. Many states used to have robust local-food economies, but that has changed drastically around the country in recent decades. National-scale food businesses beat out community-oriented small and medium-sized operations, laying waste to the infrastructure that once supported thriving local-food economies.<br />There is rising interest in again making food a local affair. But jump-starting a locavore economy is a tricky business. To cut down the massive distances that the vast majority of food eaten in the United States travels before it reaches dinner plates, communities must work to nurture "a cascading effect" by which each piece of a local-food economy enables and then reinforces the others to create a robust, cost-effective network.<br /><i>Locavore U.S.A. </i>introduces readers to some brave, hard-working souls in western Montana who are building their own such network piece by piece. In the process they are uncovering a key way to transform our industrially dominated food system. </p><p>The following ebook is taken from the book <i>Change Comes to Dinner.</i><br /><i></i></p>
Hawaii, Rhode Island: 41 Surprising Connections Between the Aloha...
by David Norton Stone

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English

Pages

50

Publication Date

March 04, 2016

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Two paradises,of the Pacific and the Atlantic,share much more than just their status as the USA's "island states." Hawaii and Rhode Island are alike in countless (or at least 41) ways. From residents they have shared in common, like Doris Duke, to a fascination with some of the same foods (malasadas and fruit flavored ice), from their large Portuguese populations to their epic-sized potholes, Hawaii and Rhode Island are ohana, separated by 5,000 miles. This travel essay, told in listicle form, is full of aloha for both Hawaii and Rhode Island and may just make you reconsider where to take your honeymoon.
Antropologia e nutrição: um diálogo possível (Portuguese Edit...
by , Rosa Wanda Diez Garcia

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Portuguese

Pages

386

Publication Date

January 01, 2005

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O livro traz reflexões unindo questões sociais, da saúde e da nutrição.<br />Na primeira parte, apresenta uma ampla revisão bibliográfica sobre a área da antropologia e da nutrição. Na segunda parte, abordam-se os paradoxos e repercussões das transformações sociais e da internacionalização da economia na cultura alimentar. A terceira parte dedica-se à alimentação tal como ela se configura hoje nos diferentes espaços, privados e públicos, dos contextos urbanos e diante das transformações sociais ocorridas no país nos últimos 35 anos.
Locks of Love and The Secret Bakery of Florence
by David Norton Stone

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English

Pages

33

Publication Date

January 27, 2013

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In May of 2012, the author visited Italy with his family. Their destination was Florence, with excursions to the Chianti wine country, Siena and Cinque Terre. They survived an earthquake and an Italian Laundromat. A secret bakery opened its doors to them. At the most romantic spot on earth, they discovered that the most popular form of marriage today may involve a padlock and not a church or wedding ring. Locks of Love and The Secret Bakery of Florence is a gently amusing essay on the family vacation, Italian style, with tips on food and excursions for which travelers to Italy will say "grazie."
KP Authors Cook Their Books
by KP Authors

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English

Pages

323

Publication Date

October 25, 2015

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What happens when you get a bunch of authors together and the subject turns to food? They decide to write a cookbook, of course. After a few too many Facebook posts featuring pictures of sumptuous dishes our authors prepared, we decided that we needed to band together and share the food love. <br /><br />Ever read a book that mentions a dish and wonder what it would taste like? The recipes in this cookbook all come from something we Kindle Press published authors have written about. Whether you’re in the mood for some cocktails, want to try a new main dish or just need to satisfy your sweet tooth, you will find all of the above right here. Seriously, nothing goes better with a book than a nice cold glass of iced tea or a piece of cake. <br /><br />Our authors write everything from mystery to sci-fi, romance, literary fiction, paranormal, and the list goes on. We hope you enjoy this book which combines two of life’s greatest pleasures; reading and food. <br />

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