Home Cooking and Diets

Crock Pot Cookbook: 50 High Protein Delicious Recipes That Guarantee Weight Loss


English | March 3, 2017 | ASIN: B06XDZRSF8 | 128 Pages | ePub | 8 MB

Lose Weight With These Fabulous and Healthier Crock Pot Recipes!
Do You Want Healthy, Protein Filled and Delicious Recipes That Will Guarantee To Shed Some Pounds off?
If so, "Crock Pot Cookbook: 50 High Protein Delicious Recipes That Guarantee Weight Loss" by Luca Bucciarelli isTHE book for you!
Crock-pots use the method of slow cooking to prepare delicious and succulent meals!
We have used the method of slow cooking for a very long time. If this comes as a surprise to you, think about how food used to be prepared in an iron pot placed above a fire. This was one way to slow cook your food. This process has been automated over the years by using crockpots. It is one of the healthiest cooking methods.
You will save a lot of time by using a crockpot over using conventional cooking methods to prepare your meals. The best part about crockpots is that they protect all the nutrients in the ingredients from being rendered useless. When you use conventional cooking methods, you will be cooking all your ingredients at high temperatures that would burn away the nutrients. A crockpot also saves you all the energy. You would never have the need to use too much heat to prepare any meal.
Right from risotto to chocolate pudding, this book contains delicious recipes that will make you want to cook more often. You will only need to prep a few ingredients and leave them in the crockpot and let the cooker work its magic!
Here Is What You Will Find...
Crockpot 101
The Benefits of Slow Cooking
Recipes for Breakfast
Delicious Recipes for Soups and Stews
Protein Rich Recipes for Chicken
Recipes for Turkey
Recipes for Beef
Recipes for Pork
Recipes for Lamb
Recipes for Seafood
Recipes for Dessert
And much more!


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