Rediscover Low-Carb Living with 300+ Taste-Tempting Recipes
Author: Lucy Beale
In the world of low-carb, there is no shortage of keto recipes, but you need something a little bit more sutstainable when the pantry and fridge are just steps away, beckoning you. A low-carb cookbook with hundreds of recipes...say hello to options! Not only do all 330 of these taste-tempting recipes use common ingredients that you can get your hands on, but they also include a range of carbohydrates, so you can definitely find something that works for you. You'll even get to dip into that chocolate stash without the risk of loading on pounds. Every recipe highlights total carbs, total fiber, and total protein, with most meals falling somewhere between 5 and 45 grams of carbs. The low-glycemic load and moderately low carb count makes eating healthy easy and satisfying. There are even many vegetarian and vegan selections to suit your needs. We know you don't want another bland recipe that just relies on a piece of meat. Enter cookbook authors Lucy Beale and Sandy Couvillon with recipes for low-carb alternatives that appeal to the family and are easy to make. The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Low-Carb Meals, Second Edition delivers just what you've been looking for. In this cookbook you'll find flavorful recipes for breakfust, lunch, dinner, dessert, and even late night (or mid-morning?!) snacks. You'll find fantastic salads, bread and pasta recipes, grains, potatoes, rice, and even an entire chapter devoted to chocolate. Meals are tasy, satisfying, and they'll leave you feeling bloat-free and not the least bit guilty.
In 1939 Josie, Donna, and Rosalie graduated from high school and looked forward to their next life journey. Rosalie marries at eighteen; Donna enters the work world, and Josie spends the summer preparing for college. At the same time, a war percolated in Europe and Southeast Asia which seemed too far away to ever affect them. At the same time, three girls in Germany prepare for life after secondary school. Marta travels to Paris; Leisel stays at home, and Heidi becomes a nanny in Poland. They all are too young to understand the consequences of their fathers being officers in the Nazi party. For the next six years, all of the girls will experience drastic changes. They will experience love and loss, sacrifice and hardship, and as they come of age, they wonder if they will ever live in a world offering peace and happiness.
A crisis of faith confronted many Canadian Protestants in the late nineteenth century. With their religious beliefs challenged by the new biological sciences and historical criticism of the Bible, they turned from personal salvation to the dire social problems of the industrial age. The Regenerators explores the nature of social criticism in this era and its complex ties to the religious thinking of the day, showing how the path blazed by nineteenth-century religious liberals led not to the Kingdom of God on earth, but, ironically, to the secular city. The winner of the Governor General’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction when it was first published in 1985, The Regenerators became an instant classic for its fascinating portraits of evolutionists, rationalists, spiritualists, socialists, and free thinkers before the turn of the century. This new edition features an introduction by historian and biographer Donald Wright.