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Low Carb 15 3-Volumes-in-1

Rene Averett

Are you living a low carb lifestyle but you're craving some of your favorites, such as spicy Mexican food or bread? Maybe you just don't have enough ideas for a low carb breakfast or lunch. This 3-in-1 volume of recipes combines 3 of Rene Averett's recipe booklets with tried and true recipes that helped her lose 140 pounds while still enjoying favorite Tex-Mex food, eating hearty breakfasts, and making simple, quick bread, cakes, and rolls she calls "Magic Muffins". Each of these booklets, with at least 15 recipes in each one, is sold separately in eBook format, but this print volume combines all three booklets into one easy-to-carry-to-the-kitchen package. This includes the full booklets of "Mexican Food for a Low Carb Lifestyle", "Breakfast Choices for a Low Carb Lifestyle" and "Magic Muffins for a Low Carb Lifestyle". All recipes include photographs and nutrition information to help you plan your meals within your low carb requirements.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Pynhavyn Press
  • Publish Date: Sep 27th, 2017
  • Pages: 106
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.25in - 0.37lb
  • EAN: 9781942622130
  • Categories: Health & Healing - Low Carbohydrate

About the Author

About the Author Rene Averett blogs regularly on her Skinny Girl Bistro site where she shares information about low-carb foods, living a low-carb lifestyle, and many recipes. This book combines the first three booklets in the Low-carb 15 series. She also has two books in the Low-carb Recipe Magic series. Born in Texas, Rene has been transplanted and thrives in Nevada. She has lived in Los Angeles and Las Vegas and now makes her home in Reno, Nevada. The latter part of her career centered on doing technical writing for a large gaming manufacturer and she enjoyed it right up until her retirement. She is now pursuing a career as an author and book publisher under Pynhavyn Press. She is a member of the Fiction Writers Group and the High Sierra Writers.
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