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Low Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook: Over 100 Heart Healthy Recipes that Prep Fast and Cook Slow

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The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook puts flavor back into your slow cooker with tasty, heart-healthy recipes. From Cheese Grits to Turkey Chili to Mongolian Beef—you can use the convenience of your slow cooker to spice up your low-sodium diet. The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook makes it easy to enjoy time-saving meals that are high on flavor but low in sodium. With 100 The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook puts flavor back into your slow cooker with tasty, heart-healthy recipes. From Cheese Grits to Turkey Chili to Mongolian Beef—you can use the convenience of your slow cooker to spice up your low-sodium diet. The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook makes it easy to enjoy time-saving meals that are high on flavor but low in sodium. With 100 recipes that require only 30 minutes or less to prep, The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook is your best reference to prep, set, and forget about bland recipes on a low-sodium diet.This low-sodium cookbook will keep your taste-buds and your heart happy with: Less Salt, and More Flavorful Recipes that use salt-free alternatives to keep the taste of your favorite familiar recipes, plus a guide on how to create your own seasonings Fast Prep that requires no additional steps and takes only 30 minutes or less to prepare for your slow cooker Over 100 Low-Sodium Cookbook Recipes accompanied by a sodium scale to help you manage how much sodium you consume on a daily basis Lose salt, not flavor with convenient slow cooker recipes from this low-sodium cookbook.


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The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook puts flavor back into your slow cooker with tasty, heart-healthy recipes. From Cheese Grits to Turkey Chili to Mongolian Beef—you can use the convenience of your slow cooker to spice up your low-sodium diet. The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook makes it easy to enjoy time-saving meals that are high on flavor but low in sodium. With 100 The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook puts flavor back into your slow cooker with tasty, heart-healthy recipes. From Cheese Grits to Turkey Chili to Mongolian Beef—you can use the convenience of your slow cooker to spice up your low-sodium diet. The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook makes it easy to enjoy time-saving meals that are high on flavor but low in sodium. With 100 recipes that require only 30 minutes or less to prep, The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook is your best reference to prep, set, and forget about bland recipes on a low-sodium diet.This low-sodium cookbook will keep your taste-buds and your heart happy with: Less Salt, and More Flavorful Recipes that use salt-free alternatives to keep the taste of your favorite familiar recipes, plus a guide on how to create your own seasonings Fast Prep that requires no additional steps and takes only 30 minutes or less to prepare for your slow cooker Over 100 Low-Sodium Cookbook Recipes accompanied by a sodium scale to help you manage how much sodium you consume on a daily basis Lose salt, not flavor with convenient slow cooker recipes from this low-sodium cookbook.

46 review for Low Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook: Over 100 Heart Healthy Recipes that Prep Fast and Cook Slow

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lorraine

    Shannon Epstein’s Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook: Over 100 Heart Healthy Recipes that Prep Fast and Cook Slow is a cookbook for a slow cooker that takes into consideration the level of salt used in different recipes as well as having homemade recipes for seasonings such as homemade Cajun blend, tricks of slow cooking, and there is a chapter on staples to keep in the pantry so one can throw a quick slow cooker meal together quickly. The author promises one will not need a larger slow cooker than Shannon Epstein’s Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook: Over 100 Heart Healthy Recipes that Prep Fast and Cook Slow is a cookbook for a slow cooker that takes into consideration the level of salt used in different recipes as well as having homemade recipes for seasonings such as homemade Cajun blend, tricks of slow cooking, and there is a chapter on staples to keep in the pantry so one can throw a quick slow cooker meal together quickly. The author promises one will not need a larger slow cooker than 3.5 quart to produce her recipes. The table of contents has sections on breakfasts, meatless mains, soups & stews, chicken and turkey mains, a few recipes for pork, beef, and lamb, and about 5 desserts. The author stresses that this cookbook should not be used as a diet cookbook. If one is looking for a slow cooker cookbook which concentrates on using less sodium, why not give this cookbook a try? 3 stars.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris From RecipesNow!

    If you need or want to reduce the sodium in your diet, then the Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook may be just what you need. Designed to be easy prep, and full of flavor, there are over 100 heart-healthy recipes included. Chapter 1 explains the ins and outs of “Low-Sodium Slow Cooking”. “Why Worry About Salt” discusses the need for reduced salt diets. Next comes “Don’t Be SAD, Get Healthy”, which points out the drawbacks to the Standard American Diet plan. The first chapter continues with “Why Slow If you need or want to reduce the sodium in your diet, then the Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook may be just what you need. Designed to be easy prep, and full of flavor, there are over 100 heart-healthy recipes included. Chapter 1 explains the ins and outs of “Low-Sodium Slow Cooking”. “Why Worry About Salt” discusses the need for reduced salt diets. Next comes “Don’t Be SAD, Get Healthy”, which points out the drawbacks to the Standard American Diet plan. The first chapter continues with “Why Slow Cook”, thoughts on why using your slow-cooker is a great idea. Then comes “Slow Cooking Tips And Tricks” giving you ideas on how to make the best use of your slow cooker. “Flavoring The Low-Sodium Way” provides you with several excellent seasoning blends which you can use to enhance flavor. You might want to create them all and put in their own little shaker jars. “Equipment Basics” provides you with an overview of appliances, utensils, and other necessary equipment you may need for these recipes. “Plan It Out” offers advice on meal planning, complete with a one-week example plan. “Healthy Ingredients For A Healthier You” discusses the best ingredients to use. This also includes a list of which ingredients are best in which season and storage tips. “About The Recipes” explains what you need to know about the recipe structures and describes the various recipes labels. Last but not least the author recommends you give yourself some time when adapting to a low-sodium lifestyle. An excellent suggestion since any change to your diet can be hard. After the principles are explained in Chapter 1, the recipe chapters follow: Slow-Cooked Staples Breakfasts Beans And Greens Soups And Stews Meatless Mains Chicken And Turkey Mains Pork, Beef, And Lamb Mains Desserts The beginning of each recipe chapter includes a list of each of the recipes included with their page number. It also includes a full-color photo of one of the recipes included in that chapter. These are the only photos of recipes in the book. Well Labelled The recipes themselves include a brief introduction as well as quantity, prep and cook time, and their appropriate recipe labels. Various labels include: Allergy-Friendly Gluten-Free Low-Carb Low-Cholesterol Vegan Vegetarian And the level of sodium included in the recipe defined as: Low Sodium Lower Sodium Lowest Sodium As promised by the author in her introduction, these recipes are extremely easy to prep. For the most part, they are the kind of “dumped everything in the pot and go” recipe I like best. As would be expected of a book containing healthy choices, the nutritional information is also included for each recipe. The Suggested Serving Size is followed by Calories, Total Fat, Saturated Fat, Cholesterol, Sodium, Potassium, Carbs, Fiber, and Protein. Excellent Tips And Extra Information Many of the recipes also include storage tips, variations, ingredients tips etc. It is this kind of extra information which I find really makes a recipe more helpful, and more personalizable. After all of the recipes are three appendices. Appendix A includes tips for eating out to help you make better choices at a restaurant. Appendix B includes Measurement Conversion charts. The Dirty Dozen And The Clean Fifteen rounds out Appendix C. Two indexes are included at the very end, one a recipe index, and another a standard index allowing you to search by ingredient. I find that having the two separate indexes makes a search easier. See the full review and the recipe for French Toast at The RecipesNow! Reviews And Recipes Magazine. This review is written in response to a complimentary hard copy of the book provided by the publisher in hopes of an honest review.

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