The Wicked Good Ketogenic Diet Cookbook: Easy, Whole Food Keto Recipes for Any Budget Paperback – June 21, 2016
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“If you are embarking on a ketogenic lifestyle journey, this cookbook is your roadmap! I am relatively new to keto and have a group of clients that I am guiding through a low-carb lifestyle and intense fitness program. We are cooking our way through this book and getting amazing results!”―Kate Jaramillo, Reader and Ketogenic Diet Follower
Watching your waistline along with your wallet can be frustrating―but you shouldn’t have to let your budget stand in the way of your health. Just ask chef Amanda Hughes, whose drastic weight loss on the Ketogenic Diet prompted her to write a cookbook that balances meals and budgets. The Wicked Good Ketogenic Cookbook is packed with easy to prepare low-carb and high-fat recipes that are both appetizing and affordable. Once you learn the tips and tricks to help you start and stick with this low-carb and low-cost lifestyle, you’ll discover that the Ketogenic Diet is not just a diet, it’s a way of life.
The Wicked Good Ketogenic Cookbook contains:
175 Ketogenic Diet Recipes: easy to prepare low-carb, high-fat recipes that use clean, whole foods
Money Saving Tips: advice on how and where to shop to save money along with price points for every recipe
A Comprehensive Introduction: details on the main differences between keto and paleo diets and everything else you need to know on how to stay fit and stick with the Ketogenic Diet
“This is the BIBLE for the Ketogenic Diet and an amazing way to lose weight! The recipes are wonderful. Amanda has put together recipes that are easy to follow, beautifully displayed, and DELICIOUS as promised.”―Margaret Wynn, Ketogenic Diet Devotee
Discover the simple, clean recipes in The Wicked Good Ketogenic Cookbook and learn how “wicked good” it feels to follow the Ketogenic Diet.
“[The Wicked Good Ketogenic Cookbook] told me exactly what to throw out of my fridge and pantry (a sad day, indeed) and what to buy at the grocery store. It also includes handy lists of fruits, vegetables, condiments, and more along with their net carb counts. Once I moved through the emotional hurdle of binning my favorite foods and restocking with the right ones, it was much easier to get started.”
—Katie Gutierrez, “What I Wish I’d Known Before Starting a Ketogenic Diet” (A Sweet Life blog)
About the Author
Amanda C. Hughes is a ketogenic chef based in New England with nearly a decade of experience in developing and cooking popular low-carb and paleo recipes. Her ketogenic food adventure blog, WickedStuffed.com, has been described as “life-saving,” “hilarious,” “delicious,” and “nonsense free” by the hundreds of thousands of keto-loving home chefs who loyally follow her.