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Little effort, low carbs and lots of flavor are what characterize this “Slow Carb” cookbook- over 130 tasty low-carb recipes all specifically designed for the time-saving, flavor-savouring electric slow cooker. Carefully chosen ingredients and noted net carb counts make this perfect for Atkins, paleo, and gluten-free dieters.

Preparing meals with a slow cooker is easy, convenient, and crowd-pleasing, yet low-carb dieters often struggle to find suitable recipes or substitutions for ingredients like potatoes, rice, noodles, and starchy vegetables. This cookbook wields dozens of recipes that cater to the low-carb lifestyle, covering every meal of the day, type of cuisine and more, all with the slow cooker. Author Dominique DeVito, author of five other slow cooking cookbooks including Low Acid Slow Cooking, Paleo Slow Cooking and Christmas Slow Cooking, offers tips on how to use the slow cooker, information about the benefits of low-carb dieting and carb counting, and recipes from soups and stews to entrees, appetizers, desserts and more. There’s no time like the present to take that slow cooker out of your kitchen closet, toss in the ingredients and let it do the work.

Dominique DeVito grew up on a farm in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, and attended Mount Holyoke College and the University of Pennsylvania. She published numerous bestselling animal care series with multiple publishers including Idiot's Guides, For Dummies, and Animal Planet, and is the author of The World Atlas of Dog Breeds and Beekeeping: A Primer. She co-founded the highly acclaimed Hudson-Chatham Winery in early 2006. Dominique has appeared in USA Today, Martha Stewart Living, and on The Food Network multiple times. She has published such kitchen favorites as Country Living 500 Kitchen Ideas, Cast-Iron Skillet Cookbook, The Cast-Iron Baking Book, Christmas Slow Cooking, Paleo Slow Cooking, and Cast-Iron Pies Cookbook.

  • Publisher: Cider Mill Press (December 1, 2014)
  • Length: 288 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781604335064

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