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Ultimate Ketogenic Diet Cookbook with Healthy & Easy Recipes

Jennifer Evans

Ketogenic Recipes For Breakfast
Ketogenic Recipes For Lunch
Ketogenic Side Dish Recipes
Ketogenic Snacks And Appetizers Recipes
Ketogenic Fish And Seafood Recipes
Ketogenic Poultry Recipes
Ketogenic Meat Recipes
Ketogenic Vegetable Recipes
Ketogenic Dessert Recipes

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 587 p
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 2017 by Jennifer Evans

This is really a life changing cookbook. It shows you everything you need to
know about the Ketogenic diet and it helps you get started.
You now know some of the best and most popular Ketogenic recipes in the world.
We have something for everyone’s taste!

So, don’t hesitate too much and start your new life as a follower of the
Ketogenic diet!
Get your hands on this special recipes collection and start cooking in this new,
exciting and healthy way!

Have a lot of fun and enjoy your Ketogenic diet!

Do you want to make a change in your life? Do you want to become a healthier
person who can enjoy a new and improved life? Then, you are definitely in the
right place. You are about to discover a wonderful and very healthy diet that has
changed millions of lives. We are talking about the Ketogenic diet, a lifestyle
that will mesmerize you and that will make you a new person in no time.
So, let’s sit back, relax and find out more about the Ketogenic diet.
A keto diet is a low carb one. This is the first and one of the most important
things you should now. During such a diet, your body makes ketones in your
liver and these are used as energy.

Your body will produce less insulin and glucose and a state of ketosis is induced.
Ketosis is a natural process that appears when our food intake is lower than
usual. The body will soon adapt to this state and therefore you will be able to
lose weight in no time but you will also become healthier and your physical and
mental performances will improve.
Your blood sugar levels will improve and you won’t be predisposed to diabetes.
Also, epilepsy and heart diseases can be prevented if you are on a Ketogenic diet.

Your cholesterol will improve and you will feel amazing in no time.
How does that sound?

A Ketogenic diet is simple and easy to follow as long as you follow some simple
rules. You don’t need to make huge changes but there are some things you
should know.
So, here goes!
If you are on a Ketogenic diet you can’t eat:
Grains like corn, cereals, rice, etc
Fruits like bananas
Dry beans
If you are on a Ketogenic diet you can eat:
Greens like spinach, green beans, kale, bok choy, etc
Meat like poultry, fish, pork, lamb, beef, etc
Above ground veggies like cauliflower or broccoli, napa cabbage or
regular cabbage
Nuts and seeds
Ghee or butter
Avocados and all kind of berries
Sweeteners like erythritol, splenda, stevia and others that contain
only a few carbs
Coconut oil
Avocado oil
Olive oil
The list of foods you are allowed to eat during a keto diet is permissive and rich
as you can see for yourself.

So, we think it should be pretty easy for you to start such a diet.
If you’ve made this choice already, then, it’s time you checked our amazing keto
recipe collection.

You will discover 500 of the best Ketogenic recipes in the world and you will
soon be able to make each and every one of these recipes.
Now let’s start our magical culinary journey!
Ketogenic lifestyle…here we come!

Table of Contents

Ketogenic Recipes For Breakfast
Delicious Poached Eggs
Delicious Breakfast Bowl
Delicious Eggs And Sausages
Scrambled Eggs
Delicious Frittata
Smoked Salmon Breakfast
Feta And Asparagus Delight
Special Breakfast Eggs
Eggs Baked In Avocados
Shrimp And Bacon Breakfast
Delicious Mexican Breakfast
Delicious Breakfast Pie
Breakfast Stir Fry
Delicious Breakfast Skillet
Breakfast Casserole
Incredible Breakfast Patties
Delicious Sausage Quiche
Special Breakfast Dish
Chorizo And Cauliflower Breakfast
Italian Spaghetti Casserole
Simple Breakfast Porridge
Delicious Granola
Delicious Almond Cereal
Great Breakfast Bowl
Delightful Breakfast Bread
Breakfast Muffins
Special Breakfast Bread
Breakfast Sandwich
Delicious Chicken Breakfast Muffins
Delicious Herbed Biscuits
Avocado Muffins
Bacon And Lemon Breakfast Muffins
Cheese And Oregano Muffins
Delicious Turkey Breakfast
Amazing Burrito
Amazing Breakfast Hash
Brussels Sprouts Delight
Breakfast Cereal Nibs
Breakfast Chia Pudding
Delicious Hemp Porridge
Simple Breakfast Cereal
Simple Egg Porridge
Delicious Pancakes
Almond Pancakes
Delicious Pumpkin Pancakes
Simple Breakfast French Toast
Amazing Waffles
Baked Granola
Amazing Smoothie
Refreshing Breakfast Smoothie
Amazing Breakfast In A Glass
Delicious Chicken Quiche
Delicious Steak And Eggs
Amazing Chicken Omelet
Simple Smoothie Bowl
Feta Omelet
Breakfast Meatloaf
Breakfast Tuna Salad
Incredible Breakfast Salad In A Jar
Delicious Naan Bread And Butter
Ketogenic Recipes For Lunch
Lunch Caesar Salad
Lunch Tacos
Delicious Lunch Pizza
Simple Pizza Rolls
Delicious Lunch Dish
Delicious Mexican Lunch
Lunch Stuffed Peppers
Special Lunch Burgers
Different Burger
Delicious Zucchini Dish
Bacon And Zucchini Noodles Salad
Amazing Chicken Salad
Unbelievable Steak Salad
Fennel and Chicken Lunch Salad
Easy Stuffed Avocado
Pesto Chicken Salad
Tasty Lunch Salad
Easy Lunch Crab Cakes
Easy Lunch Muffins
Lunch Pork Pie
Delicious Lunch Pate
Delicious Lunch Chowder
Delicious Coconut Soup
Zucchini Noodles Soup
Delicious Lunch Curry
Lunch Spinach Rolls
Delicious Steak Bowl
Meatballs And Pilaf
Delicious Broccoli Soup
Lunch Green Beans Salad
Pumpkin Soup
Delicious Green Beans Casserole
Simple Lunch Apple Salad
Brussels Sprouts Gratin
Simple Asparagus Lunch
Simple Shrimp Pasta
Incredible Mexican Casserole
Delicious Asian Lunch Salad
Simple Buffalo Wings
Amazing Bacon And Mushrooms Skewers
Simple Tomato Soup
Bacon Wrapped Sausages
Lunch Lobster Bisque
Simple Halloumi Salad
Lunch Stew
Chicken And Shrimp
Green Soup
Caprese Salad
Salmon Soup
Amazing Halibut Soup
Ketogenic Side Dish Recipes
Simple Kimchi
Delicious Green Beans Side Dish
Simple Cauliflower Mash
Delicious Portobello Mushrooms
Brussels Sprouts Side Dish
Delicious Pesto
Brussels Sprouts And Bacon
Delicious Spinach Side Dish
Amazing Avocado Fries
Simple Roasted Cauliflower
Mushroom And Spinach Side Dish
Delicious Okra And Tomatoes
Amazing Snap Peas And Mint
Collard Greens Side Dish
Eggplant And Tomato Side Dish
Broccoli With Lemon Almond Butter
Simple Sautéed Broccoli
Easy Grilled Onions
Sautéed Zucchinis
Delicious Fried Swiss Chard
Delicious Side Mushroom Salad
Greek Side Salad
Tomato Salsa
Summer Side Salad
Tomato And Bocconcini
Cucumber And Dates Salad
Easy Eggplant Salad
Special Side Salad
Special Endives And Watercress Side Salad
Indian Side Salad
Indian Mint Chutney
Indian Coconut Chutney
Easy Tamarind Chutney
Caramelized Bell Peppers
Caramelized Red Chard
Special Summer Kale Side Dish
Amazing Coleslaw
Simple Fried Cabbage
Delicious Green Beans And Avocado
Creamy Spaghetti Pasta
Amazing Roasted Olives
Delicious Veggie Noodles
Mustard And Garlic Brussels Sprouts
Amazing Cheese Sauce
Kohlrabi Sauté
Delicious Turnip Fries
Amazing Irish Side Dish
Twice Baked Zucchinis
Delicious Gravy
Mushroom And Hemp Pilaf
Asian Side Salad
Mixed Veggie Dish
Amazing Cauliflower Polenta
Amazing Side Dish
Special Mushrooms
Green Beans And Tasty Vinaigrette
Braised Eggplant Side Dish
Cheddar Soufflés
Tasty Cauliflower Side Salad
Amazing Rice
Ketogenic Snacks And Appetizers Recipes
Delicious Marinated Eggs
Sausage And Cheese Dip
Tasty Onion And Cauliflower Dip
Delicious Pesto Crackers
Pumpkin Muffins
Delicious Bombs
Special Tortilla Chips
Amazing Jalapeno Balls
Cheeseburger Muffins
Tasty Pizza Dip
Incredible Keto Muffins Snack
Amazing Fried Queso Snack
Maple And Pecan Bars
Amazing Chia Seeds Snack
Simple Tomato Tarts
Avocado Dip
Special Prosciutto And Shrimp Appetizer
Broccoli And Cheddar Biscuits
Tasty Corndogs
Tasty Pepper Nachos
Almond Butter Bars
Tasty Zucchini Snack
Zucchini Chips
Simple Hummus
Amazing Celery Sticks
Beef Jerky Snack
Crab Dip
Simple Spinach Balls
Garlic Spinach Dip
Mushrooms Appetizer
Simple Bread Sticks
Italian Meatballs
Parmesan Wings
Cheese Sticks
Tasty Broccoli Sticks
Bacon Delight
Taco Cups
Tasty Chicken Egg Rolls
Halloumi Cheese Fries
Jalapeno Crisps
Delicious Cucumber Cups
Caviar Salad
Marinated Kebabs
Simple Zucchini Rolls
Simple Green Crackers
Cheese And Pesto Terrine
Avocado Salsa
Tasty Egg Chips
Chili Lime Chips
Artichoke Dip
Ketogenic Fish And Seafood Recipes
Special Fish Pie
Tasty Baked Fish
Amazing Tilapia
Amazing Trout And Special Sauce
Wonderful Trout And Ghee Sauce
Roasted Salmon
Delicious Salmon Meatballs
Salmon With Caper Sauce
Simple Grilled Oysters
Baked Halibut
Crusted Salmon
Sour Cream Salmon
Grilled Salmon
Tasty Tuna Cakes
Very Tasty Cod
Tasty Sea Bass With Capers
Cod With Arugula
Baked Halibut And Veggies
Tasty Fish Curry
Delicious Shrimp
Roasted Barramundi
Coconut Shrimp
Shrimp And Noodle Salad
Roasted Mahi Mahi And Salsa
Spicy Shrimp
Shrimp Stew
Shrimp Alfredo
Shrimp And Snow Peas Soup
Simple Mussels Dish
Simple Fried Calamari And Tasty Sauce
Baked Calamari And Shrimp
Octopus Salad
Clam Chowder
Delicious Flounder And Shrimp
Shrimp Salad
Delicious Oysters
Incredible Salmon Rolls
Salmon Skewers
Grilled Shrimp
Calamari Salad
Cod Salad
Sardines Salad
Italian Clams Delight
Orange Glazed Salmon
Delicious Tuna And Chimichurri Sauce
Salmon Bites And Chili Sauce
Irish Clams
Seared Scallops And Roasted Grapes
Oysters And Pico De Gallo
Grilled Squid And Tasty Guacamole
Shrimp And Cauliflower Delight
Salmon Stuffed With Shrimp
Mustard Glazed Salmon
Incredible Salmon Dish
Scallops And Fennel Sauce
Salmon And Lemon Relish
Mussels Soup
Swordfish And Mango Salsa
Tasty Sushi Bowl
Tasty Grilled Swordfish
Ketogenic Poultry Recipes
Delicious Chicken Nuggets
Chicken Wings And Tasty Mint Chutney
Chicken Meatballs
Tasty Grilled Chicken Wings
Easy Baked Chicken
Special Italian Chicken
Simple Lemon Chicken
Fried Chicken And Paprika Sauce
Amazing Chicken Fajitas
Skillet Chicken And Mushrooms
Chicken And Olives Tapenade
Delicious Duck Breast
Duck Breast With Tasty Veggies
Duck Breast Salad
Turkey Pie
Turkey Soup
Baked Turkey Delight
Delicious Turkey Chili
Turkey And Tomato Curry
Turkey And Cranberry Salad
Stuffed Chicken Breast
Chicken And Mustard Sauce
Delicious Salsa Chicken
Delicious Italian Chicken
Chicken Casserole
Chicken Stuffed Peppers
Creamy Chicken
Different Chicken Casserole
Creamy Chicken Soup
Amazing Chicken Crepes
Unbelievable Chicken Dish
Delicious Crusted Chicken
Cheesy Chicken
Orange Chicken
Chicken Pie
Bacon Wrapped Chicken
So Delicious Chicken Wings
Chicken In Creamy Sauce
Delightful Chicken
Tasty Chicken And Sour Cream Sauce
Tasty Chicken Stroganoff
Tasty Chicken Gumbo
Tender Chicken Thighs
Tasty Crusted Chicken
Pepperoni Chicken Bake
Fried Chicken
Chicken Calzone
Mexican Chicken Soup
Simple Chicken Stir Fry
Spinach And Artichoke Chicken
Chicken Meatloaf
Delicious Whole Chicken
Chicken And Green Onion Sauce
Chicken Stuffed Mushrooms
Chicken Stuffed Avocado
Delicious Balsamic Chicken
Chicken Pasta
Peanut Grilled Chicken
Simple Chicken Stew
Chicken And Veggie Stew
Ketogenic Meat Recipes
Tasty Roasted Pork Belly
Amazing Stuffed Pork
Delicious Pork Chops
Italian Pork Rolls
Lemon And Garlic Pork
Jamaican Pork
Cranberry Pork Roast
Juicy Pork Chops
Simple And Fast Pork Chops
Mediterranean Pork
Simple Pork Chops Delight
Spicy Pork Chops
Tasty Thai Beef
The Best Beef Patties
Amazing Beef Roast
Beef Zucchini Cups
Beef Meatballs Casserole
Beef And Tomato Stuffed Squash
Tasty Beef Chili
Glazed Beef Meatloaf
Delicious Beef And Tzatziki
Meatballs And Tasty Mushroom Sauce
Beef And Sauerkraut Soup
Ground Beef Casserole
Delicious Zoodles And Beef
Jamaican Beef Pies
Amazing Goulash
Beef And Eggplant Casserole
Braised Lamb Chops
Amazing Lamb Salad
Moroccan Lamb
Delicious Lamb And Mustard Sauce
Tasty Lamb Curry
Tasty Lamb Stew
Delicious Lamb Casserole
Amazing Lamb
Lavender Lamb Chops
Crusted Lamb Chops
Lamb And Orange Dressing
Lamb Riblets And Tasty Mint Pesto
Lamb With Fennel And Figs
Baked Veal And Cabbage
Delicious Beef Bourguignon
Roasted Beef
Amazing Beef Stew
Delicious Pork Stew
Delicious Sausage Stew
Burgundy Beef Stew
Cuban Beef Stew
Ham Stew
Delicious Veal Stew
Veal And Tomatoes Dish
Veal Parmesan
Veal Piccata
Delicious Roasted Sausage
Baked Sausage And Kale
Sausage With Tomatoes And Cheese
Delicious Sausage Salad
Delicious Sausage And Peppers Soup
Italian Sausage Soup
Ketogenic Vegetable Recipes
Amazing Broccoli And Cauliflower Cream
Broccoli Stew
Amazing Watercress Soup
Delicious Bok Choy Soup
Bok Choy Stir Fry
Cream Of Celery
Delightful Celery Soup
Amazing Celery Stew
Spinach Soup
Delicious Mustard Greens Sauté
Tasty Collards Greens And Ham
Tasty Collard Greens And Tomatoes
Simple Mustard Greens Dish
Delicious Collard Greens And Poached Eggs
Collard Greens Soup
Spring Green Soup
Mustard Greens And Spinach Soup
Roasted Asparagus
Simple Asparagus Fries
Amazing Asparagus And Browned Butter
Asparagus Frittata
Creamy Asparagus
Delicious Sprouts Salad
Roasted Radishes
Radish Hash Browns
Crispy Radishes
Creamy Radishes
Radish Soup
Tasty Avocado Salad
Avocado And Egg Salad
Avocado And Cucumber Salad
Delicious Avocado Soup
Delicious Avocado And Bacon Soup
Thai Avocado Soup
Simple Arugula Salad
Arugula Soup
Arugula And Broccoli Soup
Delicious Zucchini Cream
Zucchini And Avocado Soup
Swiss Chard Pie
Swiss Chard Salad
Green Salad
Catalan Style Greens
Swiss Chard Soup
Special Swiss Chard Soup
Roasted Tomato Cream
Eggplant Soup
Eggplant Stew
Roasted Bell Peppers Soup
Delicious Cabbage Soup
Ketogenic Dessert Recipes
Chocolate Truffles
Delicious Doughnuts
Chocolate Bombs
Amazing Jello Dessert
Strawberry Pie
Delicious Chocolate Pie
Tasty Cheesecakes
Raspberry And Coconut Dessert
Tasty Chocolate Cups
Simple And Delicious Mousse
Simple Peanut Butter Fudge
Lemon Mousse
Vanilla Ice Cream
Cheesecake Squares
Tasty Brownies
Chocolate Pudding
Vanilla Parfaits
Simple Avocado Pudding
Mint Delight
Amazing Coconut Pudding
Special Pudding
Chocolate Biscotti
Special Dessert
Tasty Scones
Tasty Chocolate Cookies
Orange Cake
Tasty Nutella
Mug Cake
Delicious Sweet Buns
Lemon Custard
Chocolate Ganache
Yummy Berries Dessert
Coconut Ice Cream
Simple Macaroons
Simple Lime Cheesecake
Coconut And Strawberry Delight
Caramel Custard
Cookie Dough Balls
Ricotta Mousse
Dessert Granola
Amazing Peanut Butter And Chia Pudding
Tasty Pumpkin Custard
No Bake Cookies
Butter Delight
Tasty Marshmallows
Delicious Tiramisu Pudding
Summer Dessert Smoothie
Lemon Sorbet
Simple Raspberry Popsicles
Cherry And Chia Jam


Disclaimer and Terms of Use: Effort has been made to ensure that the
information in this book is accurate and complete, however, the author and the
publisher do not warrant the accuracy of the information, text and graphics
contained within the book due to the rapidly changing nature of science,
research, known and unknown facts and internet. The Author and the publisher
do not hold any responsibility for errors, omissions or contrary interpretation of
the subject matter herein. This book is presented solely for motivational and
informational purposes only.

- more than 132 delicious, adaptable salads, dressings and dips -

By Gabrielle Raiz

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This is a book with many recipes. I love creating great meals for my family
and friends. I wrote this book so I could share my hints, tips, recipes and
creations so that you too can incorporate more fruit, vegetables, nuts, seeds and
especially leafy green vegetables into your life. Who knows what kind of magic
will happen in your life as a result of mindful nutrition?

This book makes no warranties, guarantees or promises to heal any illness nor
does it promise that it will keep you young, make you look better, feel better,
cure diseases, prevent diseases or stop the symptoms or signs of conditions or illnesses.

If you have questions about your own state of health it is always a good idea
to consult people whom you trust, medicos, other health professionals or even a
nutritional consultant. Perhaps you need to be reminded to ‘consult your physician’.

Enjoy your discovery into introducing (more) salads into your eating plans.
Make it your way of life and it’s extremely likely that you will be rewarded!
And… if you’ve enjoyed even just some of the salads and dressings and dips
in this book, then I would greatly appreciate a positive review!

Introduction: No More Boring Salads!
Salads are under-rated by many. Many people treat them as the ‘thing on the
side that you should eat’ and they eat a hot meal as their main nutrition. I know
because that used to be me! But salads can be the most amazing main part of
your meal and I want to show you how!

This book was written especially for the uninspired and salad-bored majority
who are tired of the same old lettuce, tomato, onion concoction with a few
embellishments. Maybe you have a store-bought dressing or 2 in your fridge that
you use for every vegetable combination. No wonder the salad pizzazz has gone.
Or maybe it was never there.

Well! Worry no more. There is a way out from the tedium. You can make
incredible salads with less than a handful of ingredients in total, that will knock
your proverbial socks off! And you can make sophisticated salads that will
delight your taste buds too.

Your satisfaction is only limited by your willingness to experiment and
appreciate the many ideas and guidelines in this book.

But making salads is just half the story! What you dress your salad with can
revitalize your palate and revolutionize your meals. When you use interesting,
scrumptious dressings, they can transform just about ANY vegetable into the
taste sensation you have been craving.

In this book you’ll find a range of salads. From the simple to the sophisticated
in terms of numbers of ingredients and complexity and types of inclusions. What
will really get your appetite going is when you discover the world of dressings
(including salsas and dips) and how to pair them with your salads.
This is why you’ll find more dressings and dips in this book than the actual salad recipes.

I hope you are inspired to know that you can eat a salad with just about any
vegetable in it. You can choose your ingredients based on creating deliciously
nutritious blends. But rest assured, that even if you find yourself with little more
than the humble lettuce, onion and tomato in your fridge one day, that you’ll find
a cornucopia of amazing things to dress them with – and be excited about it.

What about my salad-phobic children?
What children are served when they are very young really can pave the way to
the tastes that they develop (naturally). Because of the cultural leanings and fast
food availability (which have become cultural habits) many children are saladresistant
and don’t eat nearly enough raw vegetables and fruit and green leafy vegetables.

Your journey with your children in mind, will involve finding innovative ways
to tempt them. You may find simple vegetable sticks with crazy, delicious and
interesting dips and thicker dressings could be the key.

The other wonderful way is to front load them with green smoothies. These
are pretty much salads in a glass that are extremely kid-friendly (aka peoplefriendly)
that provide the nutrition along with the sweetness of fruit. I have
found with my own family that using green smoothies has made our daughter
way more interested in experimenting with salads. My goal of providing her
with the best nutrition I can is made so much easier.

If you need a quick, easy and delicious stepping stone to incredible nutrition,
then please also take a look at my other book called “Green Smoothie Magic”.
It’s a bestseller that has been delighting thousands around the world.

This series of cooking and food preparation books is something that I am in
the throes of creating, that combines my love of great food, simplicity and ease.
It’s important to me that the recipes are highly adaptable to you and your needs
and that you can find just about any of the ingredients within these pages at your
supermarket and your local farmers’ market.
So, let’s take a look at sensational salads...

Table of Contents

Making Super Salads
Add a salad
How to vary your salads and tempt your senses
Here’s what you can put in your salads
A note on garnishes
Adding meat, fish, tofu, eggs and dairy to your salads
Tofu and Tempeh
Marinating tofu or tempeh
A great trick with ginger
Adding Cooked Components
The art of keeping your leafy greens crunchy and fresh (and not soggy)
How To Use The Salads Ingredients Lists
The Lists
Oils and Vinegars and Condiments
Let’s Look At Some Spectacular Salads
A word on quantities
1. Simply Zucchini
2. Radish, Asparagus and Mushroom Salad
3. Fenn-tacular Salad
A note about grated vegetables
A note about SPIRAL-grated vegetables
4a. Carrot Salad
4b. Carrot Salad Variations
5. Thai Green Papaya Salad
6. Indian Kachumber Salad
7. Pineapple Curry Salad
8a. Tomato Salad
8b. Summer Tomato Salad
8c. Tomato Salad Variations
9. Waldorf Salad
10. It’s Rocket Science
11. Sweet & Sour Cucumber Salad
12. Sweet and Sour Cucumber Salad Mark II
13a. Glass Noodle Salad
13b. Kelp Noodle Salad
14. Coleslaw
15. Sweet Slaw
16. Kaleslaw
17. Crunchy Slaw
18. Nuts Over Broccoli
19. Mushroom Salad
20. Mushroom, Citrus and Spinach Salad
21. Kale Salad
22. Watermelon and Red Onion Salad
23. Steamed Salads
24. Super Salad
25. Pesky Peach & Pecan
26. Zesty Chickpea Salad
27. Fennel Salad
28. Cucumber Tomato Dill Salad
29. Zucchini Pasta Salad
30. Wild Herb Salad
31. Breakfast Fruit Salad
32. Minty Grape Salad
33. Potato Salad
34. Peppery Pear & Walnut Salad
35. Celeriac Salad
36. Avocado Grapefruit Salad
37. Minty Orange Salad
38. Greek Salad
39. Tabouli Tabbouleh Tabbouli
40. Asian Spiced Green Papaya Salad
41. Ripe Papaya Salad
42. Green Bean Salad
43. Chickpea Salad
44. Crunchy Jicama Salad
45. Seaweed Salad
46. Bountiful Seaweed Salad
47. Rainbow Salad
Sixteen Different Salad Ideas
48. Roast Pumpkin And White Bean Salad
49. Pear, Watercress, Hazelnut, Beetroot, Dried Fig
50. Carrot, Orange, and Ginger Salad
51. Simple Avocado Salad
Guacamole Rules!
Where to start, what to add
Chilli peppers
Adding tomatoes
Storing guacamole
Sour cream
52. Simple Guacamole
53. Smoky Guacamole
54. Tomato Guacamole
55. Corny Cumin Guacamole
56. Lazy Salsa Guacamole
57. Kinda Sorta Sour Crème
58. Grapefruit Guacamole Salsa
59. Bruschetta Salsa
60. Fresh Salsa
61. Ginger Chipotle Salsa
62. Limey Tomango Salsa
63. Coconut Papaya Salsa (or Mango)
64. Tomato Mint Salsa
Dressings, vinaigrettes, sauces, dips, hummus, dollop creams
Taste-testing and taking taste dilution into account
Taste-test to take produce variations into account
The art of taste-testing
65a. Easy & Delicious Dressing
65b. ‘Easy & Delicious’ with a Punch
65c. Endless ‘Easy & Delicious’ Varieties
66a. Basic Vinaigrette
66b. Basil Basic
67. Sweet & Sour Sesame Asian Dressing
68. Thai Satay Dressing
69. Mango Avocado Dressing
70a. That Tahina Dressing
70b. Greenified Tahina Dressing
71. Blond Lemon Dressing
72. Tomango Dressing
73. Sweet Ginger Sauce
74. Nuts About This Dressing
75. Coriander Chipotle Dressing
76a. Lemon Cashew Dressing 1
76b. Lemon Cashew Dressing 2
77. Sweet Mustard Sauce
78. Mustard-Almond Aioli
79. Moroccan Dressing
80. Lemon Ginger Sesame Sauce
81. Raspberry Vinaigrette
82. Balsamic Vinaigrette
83a. Black Olive Dressing
83b. Rich Tomato Dressing
84. Minted Pear Silk
85. Sweet & Spicy Tomato Pasta Sauce
86. Sesame Vinaigrette Dressing
87. Mangorient Dressing
88. Lemon-Ginger Vinaigrette
89. Smooth Green Caesar Dressing
90. Classic Caesar Dressing
91. Robert’s Favorite Dressing
92. Raw Mayonnaise
93. Cut Me Some Flax Dressing
94. Orange Ginger Vinaigrette
95. Fragrant Tomato Vinaigrette
96. White Wine Dressing
97. Chipotle and Orange Dressing
98. Siam Sesame Dressing
99. Honey Spice Vinaigrette
100a. Mang-nificence Dressing
100b. Cumin-Scented Mang-nificence
101. Dijon & Tarragon Dressing
102. Spiced Apricot Vinaigrette
103. Creamy Garlicky Sauce
Kinda Sorta Sour Crème Reprise
104. Creamy Dressing Base
105. Red Cream Dressing
Hummus Recipes
106. Regular Hummus
107. Sprouted hummus
108. Raw Nut Hummus using Macadamias and or Cashews
109. Sundried Tomato Hummus
110. Raw Zucchini Hummus
111. Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
112. Beet This Hummus
113. Cilantro White Bean Hummus
114. Sunflower Herb Pâté
115. Simply Sunflower Pâté
116. Sundried Tomato Sunflower Pâté
117. Sunflower Macadamia Dip
118. Pesto – With or Without Cheese
119. Olive and Tomato Pesto
120. Pistachio Pesto
Hey Pesto: Ten Delicious Pesto Ideas
121. Rawquefort (Blue Uncheese) Dressing
122. Baba Ghanouj
123. Red Hot Chilli Dip
124. Dollop Sweet Cream (and 7 sweet and savory variations)
Basic Dollop Sweet Cream Recipe
124a. Variation 1 - Coconut Dollop Cream
124b. Variation 2 - Gingered Dollop Cream
124c. Variation 3 - Sweetly Spiced Dollop Cream
124d. Variation 4 - Peppered Spicy Dollop Cream
124e. Variation 5 - Spiced Apricot Dollop Cream
124f. Variation 6 – Vanilla Dollop Cream
124g. Variation 7 – Black Pepper Vanilla
125. Pâtés for Nori or Sushi Rolls or Any Kind of Wrap
126a. Mineral Sprinkles
126b. Mineral Sesame Sprinkles
127. Tomato Chips & Tomato Powder
128. Homemade Semi-Dried Tomatoes
129. Simple Tomato Snack
130. Open Cucumber Sandwiches
Toppings for your salads
131. Superbly Spiced Sprinkles
132. Surprise Me Cheesy Sprinkles
Chia Seeds
The Lists Of Salad Ingredients
Tree fruit
Citrus fruit
Tropical and exotic
Vegetables – Common Varieties Including Fruit That Are Considered As
Fruit Vegetables
Herbs are part of the vegetable family. Here’s a short list
Leafy and other types of vegetables
Bulb, Root and Tuber Vegetables
Nuts and Seeds
Oils and Vinegars and Condiments
Here are the oils that I use
Vinegars and Amino Sauces
Thank you!
Here is my promise to you
A friendly request!


Thank you!
I truly hope you have enjoyed discovering or rediscovering the joy of salads,
dressings, dips. Oh, and salsas, guacamoles, garnishes and creams.

Here is my promise to you
If there’s any stone unturned I will turn it for you. Any typos, I will fix them.
Any ideas to improve, I will implement them! … either in this or in my future or
other recipe books.
It’s important to me to make high quality products. Seems incredible but
because of technology I have the opportunity to instantly fix the e-book and even
the print book within a few days. So this means, if you find something I have
overlooked then I want to hear about it.
So remember, send me feedback, suggestions and things to fix. I promise to
take every word seriously.
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A Nutritional, Medical, and Culinary Guide

Carol Ann Rinzler

Introduction by Jane E. Brody

Foreword by Manfred Kroger, Ph.D.

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A Note to the Reader
The material in this book regarding the medical benefits or side effects
of certain foods and the possible interactions between food and drugs is
drawn from sources current at the time the book was written. It is for your
information only and should never be substituted for your own doctor’s
advice or used without his or her consent. Your doctor, the person most
familiar with your medical history and current health, is always the person
best qualified to advise you on medical matters, including the use or avoidance
of specific foods. Please note also that the adverse effects attributed
to some of the foods listed here may not happen to everyone who eats the
food or every time the food is served, another reason your own doctor is
your best guide to your personal nutritional requirements.

You’ve no doubt heard of food for thought, food for love, food for strength,
health food, healing food, soul food, brain food, and the like. For as long as
people have inhabited this planet, edibles have been imbued with all sorts
of attributes beyond satisfying hunger and sustaining life. And in many
cases, popular notions about the powers of various foods and beverages
have been documented by modern scientific investigations that have demonstrated,
for example, the soothing qualities of chicken soup for sufferers
of the common cold, and the antibiotic properties of garlic.

Then there are the newer discoveries not rooted in folklore, among
them the protection against cancer afforded by vegetables and fruits rich in
the carotenoid pigments and the cancer-blockers found in members of the
cabbage family; the cholesterol-lowering ability of apples, barley, beans,
garlic, and oats; the heart-saving qualities of fish and alcohol (in moderate
amounts), and the antidiabetic properties of foods rich in dietary fiber.
But while thinking of food as preventive or cure, it is important not
to lose sight of its basic values: to provide needed nutrients and a pleasurable
eating experience while satisfying hunger and thirst.

In The New Complete Book of Food Carol Ann Rinzler has put it all
together, providing a handy, illuminating guide for all who shop, cook, and
eat. It is a “must have” for all those who want to get the very most out of
the foods they eat, as well as avoid some inevitable dietary and culinary
pitfalls. Ms. Rinzler tells you how to derive the maximum nutritive value
from the foods you buy and ingest, with handy tips on how to select,
store, prepare, and in some cases serve foods to preserve their inherent
worth and avoid their risks. For example, in preparing bean sprouts, you’ll
be cautioned to eat them within a few days of purchase and to cook them
minimally to get the most food value from this vitamin C-rich food. You’ll
appreciate the importance of variety and moderation in your diet when
you discover that broccoli, which possesses two cancer-preventing properties,
also can inhibit thyroid hormone if consumed in excess.

You will also recognize that not all wholesome foods are good for
all folks. Sometimes a health condition will render a food unsuitable for
you. For example, beans might be restricted for those with gout and certain
greens may be limited for those who must stick to a low-sodium diet. Then
too, there are possible interactions—both adverse and advantageous—
between certain foods and nutrients or medications. For example, citrus
fruits are recommended accompaniments for iron-rich vegetables and meats
since the vitamin C in the fruits enhances the absorption of iron. Those taking anticoagulant
medication are advised to avoid excessive amounts of green leafy vegetables since the vitamin
K in these foods may reduce the effectiveness of the drug.

You’ll learn what happens to foods when they are cooked at home or processed in
factories. Want to avoid olive-drab green vegetables? Steam them quickly or, better yet, cook
them in the microwave with a tiny bit of water to bypass the discoloring action of acids
on the green pigment chlorophyll. You’ll also get the full story on methods of preserving
milk—from freezing and drying to evaporating and ultrapasteurizing—that should relieve
any anxieties you may have about the safety and healthfulness of processed milk.
In short, this is a book no self-respecting eater should be without. It can serve as a
lifetime reference for all interested in a safe and wholesome diet.
Jane E. Brody
Personal Health Columnist
The New York Times

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Introduction by Jane E. Brody
Foreword by Manfred Kroger, Ph.D.
A Note to the Reader
Entries A to Z


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About the Author
I became a vegetarian in my early 30s and started following a path to enhance my life,
which consisted of meditation, personal growth workshops, and practicing mindfulness. I
have spent decades researching and practicing natural health to balance mind, body, and spirit.
At the age of 70, I won the title of Sexiest Vegetarian Over 50 in a nationwide contest
conducted by PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. I’m the best-selling
author of Live Raw: Raw Food Recipes for Good Health and Timeless Beauty and Live
Raw Around the World. I’m a certified raw food chef, international speaker, coach, and
consultant; and I have a series of YouTube videos demonstrating plant-based food
preparation. I was born in 1938, and being healthy at the age of 76 has allowed me to keep
up with my rigorous schedule. I do not feel old.

Many people my age not only feel elderly but need daily assistance because of poor
health. My good health is not a product of my family’s health history, which is not so
great. Two of my sisters had cancer and one of them had additional thyroid issues, kidney
disease, and diabetes. Another sister died of a heart attack at the age of 55. My brother
died from leukemia at the age of 29, and my father had diabetes and Parkinson’s disease
with complications from these illnesses. He died in his mid-60s. My mother lived long but
had heart problems, strokes, arthritis, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. This is
just a portion of my family’s health issues. I knew early on that I didn’t want to follow in
my family’s footsteps in regard to health, so that is what put me on the path to researching
and finding out what options I had. I would not say that I possess good genes, but because
I work on keeping myself healthy, I have so far defeated the health issues that have appeared.

Juicing is a passion of mine. I started juicing in the early 1970s, way before juicing was
cool. In the early days, juicers were difficult to clean. After several months of juicing, I
would stop juicing daily and only pull out the juicer when my body felt like it needed a
little boost. After a few months off from juicing, I would remember how good I felt when
I was juicing, so I would start back up again and stay with it for long periods of time. But
still, I was not as diligent as I could have been.

I was in my 60s when my doctor told me that my blood pressure and cholesterol level
were elevated. I also started feeling arthritic pains in my joints. My doctor said they were
just “age-related diseases.” I got serious about juicing again, and now, many years later, I
can attest that juicing has reversed my health issues. Six months after my doctor handed
me the (unfilled) prescription, my blood pressure was back to normal and so was my
cholesterol. I’ve not had an arthritic pain since. All my ailments are gone! Juicing makes
me feel healthier and look younger. Juicing changed my life, and I believe it can and has
changed many other lives. It works!

Even if you have no interest in changing your standard diet, juicing can improve your
health. I have helped many clients begin a healthy lifestyle by encouraging them to change
just one thing, and that one thing is adding green juice to their daily diet. Juicing helped
them feel better and helped remedy their many illnesses. Encouraged, many of these
individuals then took the next step and stopped eating many of the bad foods that had been
making them sick and tired.

Juicing has been a wonderful healthy journey for me and my loved ones. I hope this
book will be an introduction to healthier habits for you and your loved ones too.
Enjoying a balanced life includes juicing, a healthy diet, meditation, sleep, exercise,
being in nature, and love—including self-love.

You can see more information about me on my website,
—Mimi Kirk, January, 2015

Don’t ignore your health in search of wealth.
Sure we all love our venti, no sugar, chocolate mocha, 2 percent, double-shot morning
habit, but believe it or not we currently live in a juice generation, and one day juice bars
will outnumber chain coffee shops like Starbucks. Celebrities and health conscious people
have a secret weapon, and it’s moving faster than the speed of light. Can you say, 16-
ounce apple lemon spinach double ginger with turmeric?
If you don’t know much about juicing, let’s get you up to speed on its benefits. The
food we put in our mouth determines the health of every cell and organ in our body. Food
can either help us or do us harm. Juicing is the best way to get the full amount of nutrients
and vitamins we need on a daily basis to keep us healthy. Freshly pressed organic
vegetable and fruit juice is what we are talking about, not store-bought bottled juices—
including orange and apple—or the processed varieties you find on supermarket shelves or
in the cooler section.
Juicing is not new to this decade; it has been around for a long time. But juicing trends
are showing up in major cities and fashionable hip neighborhoods around the country.
Guess who is up to speed on juicing? Bill Clinton, Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow,
Owen Wilson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Nicole Richie, Blake Lively, Edward Norton, Selma
Hayek, Kim Cattrall, Colin Farrell, Alicia Silverstone, Russell Simmons, January Jones,
Woody Harrelson, Megan Fox, Norma Kamali, Ryan Seacrest, Bethenny Frankel, Jessica
Szohr, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Olivia Wilde, Kim Kardashian, factory workers,
supermodels, millionaires, homemakers, and a host of passionate health, diet, and
nutrition-concerned consumers. Take a walk in trend-setting Los Angeles or Manhattan,
and it appears that almost everyone you see is gripping a bottle or cup of the green stuff.
Why are all these people juicing? Because they need energy to keep up with their busy
lifestyles, and they have discovered that these nutrient-packed libations supply them with
mental clarity, physical energy, and exceptional overall health.
According to recent studies, including some from Johns Hopkins’ researchers, only 11
percent of the 24,000 people surveyed eat the bare minimum of two or more servings of
fruit and three or more servings of vegetables daily. The USDA recommends 2–4 servings
of fruit and 3–5 servings of vegetables daily. The USDA also notes that consumption of
these recommended amounts may be low and may not totally meet the daily required
nutrients that an individual needs. A study from Dietary Guidelines for Americans says 5–
13 servings of combined fruits and vegetables each day are necessary. This is equivalent to
about 6½–8 cups, combined, of fruits and vegetables daily.
Canadian studies show that the largest portion of our daily consumption should come
from vegetables and fruits. Processed foods do not supply us with the nutritional benefits
of fresh, plant-based foods. Processed foods are low in nutrients and high in calories. The
best way to get our daily-required nutrients is from consuming the juice of a variety of raw
vegetables and fruits. Just a 16-ounce glass of juice daily will help you reach your
recommended daily intake. It would take a lot of chewing, and considerable time, to
consume the amount of produce that goes into one 16-ounce glass of juice.
approximately 3 percent. We absorb even less when we eat a cooked carrot. When juicing
that same carrot we get 100 percent of the beta-carotene, because the juice is extracted
from the carrot and the nutrients are not trapped in the fiber. As a result, the concentrated
nutrients in the juice enter the bloodstream and assimilate quickly. Why is this important?
One reason is because drinking juice gives our body’s digestive system a needed rest. Our
bodies can instead use this energy to help boost our immune system. This is one reason
why juice fasting is so good for antiaging.

Should Juicing Become Your New Main Squeeze?
You might still be asking yourself, what is juicing all about? You might have tried
juicing or know someone who has, but you’ve never really understood if juicing was right
for you. You might feel you don’t have a half hour a day to make a healthy juice. But the
simple truth is, you can make the time to juice. Undoubtedly, you know that you need 7–8
hours of sleep a night to regenerate. This leaves you with 15–16 hours every day. How
will you spend that time? Work might take up many of those precious hours, as might your
family and household responsibilities. But somewhere in those 15–16 hours you can (and
actually must) carve out a bit of time for your health. The little amount of time it takes you
to juice daily can add many good years to your life. If you take the time now, then you
may not need to spend time later attending frequent doctor visits or hooked up to a
machine on a weekly basis.
There are many sound reasons why juicing just might be what you’ve been looking for
to improve your energy, vitality, and overall health. Most every health expert tells us that
vegetables and fruits are necessary to maintain a healthy body. Fresh vegetables and fruits
hold amazing power to revitalize our health at any age. Health enthusiasts have turned to
juicing in order to consume enough fruit and vegetable nutrients. Some critics claim that
juicing is a “craze,” and other naysayers think that juicing means refined commercial
juice, which is processed and loaded with sugars. Still other skeptics say juicing is junk
food and maintain that we should only eat whole fruits and vegetables.
These critics might not have seen or heard of the many testimonies from people of all
ages around the world who have credited juicing with improving their overall health and
well being, reversing diseases, and remedying a host of illnesses. Juicing plant-based
foods has allowed millions of people to reach a healthy weight. Juicing has helped people
manage and even reverse chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes.
Although success stories are ahead of the available research (there has not been much
done that proves juicing to be healthier than eating the whole fruits and vegetables), it is
indisputable that juicing helps us to regularly consume high volumes of fruits and
vegetables that we might not have the time or interest in eating. Juicing is not about
replacing a balanced diet, it’s about adding to it.
Raw fruits and vegetables contain more vitamins and minerals than cooked vegetables.
Vegetables in their raw state help prevent disease, because they can nourish every cell in
the body. Drinking juiced vegetables flushes the system of waste, and by detoxifying the
body, juicing can have a considerable positive impact on many illnesses. Juicing helps the
body to absorb all the nutrients the fruit or vegetables have to offer. These highly
concentrated vitamins and nutrients, which directly enter our bloodstream and are
assimilated quickly, help to keep our bodies healthy. Juice is also hydrating and can assist
with weight loss and inflammation.
Dark leafy greens are a major component of juicing and blending. Greens contain
essential minerals, vitamins, and amino acids that humans need for optimal health. Some
people who are not accustomed to eating greens and are more of the meat and potatoes
type might not at first care for the taste of green juices. However, when greens are mixed
with sweeter vegetables or fruits, the greens take on whole new qualities because sweeter
vegetables and fruits camouflage the flavor of the greens and make the juice tasty.
Although green juicing might be an acquired taste, it’s worth the trip. And once greens get
into your system and you become accustomed to the taste, you will actually start to crave them.

There are thousands of toxins in our environment. Juicing not only helps the body to
dispose of these toxins but also provides it with necessary enzymes. To aid in the removal
of toxins, organic ingredients are highly recommended. And this is where juicing comes in.
Enzymes may be the key in preventing chronic diseases and extending our lifespan. As
we age, we produce fewer enzymes necessary for healthy digestion. Without these
enzymes it is impossible for our bodies to properly break down food. One of the main
reasons to drink fresh juice is to get the enzymes that come from raw vegetables, leafy
greens, and fruits. Just about everyone eats a diet primarily comprised of cooked foods.
Enzymes are destroyed or removed when a food is cooked, microwaved, canned,
pasteurized, processed, packaged, or genetically engineered. It is 100 percent guaranteed
that enzymes are destroyed in any food heated over 115 degrees.
Enzymes are required for every chemical action that takes place in our body. All of our
cells, organs, muscles, bones, and tissues function because of enzymes. Everything
depends on enzymes, including our immune and digestive system, our bloodstream,
spleen, pancreas, kidneys, and liver. No vitamin, mineral, or hormone can do any work
without enzymes. Even our ability to feel, think, and breathe are dependent on enzymes.
Our ability to utilize vitamins and minerals is run by enzymes. We need enzymes for
proper digestion health, antiaging, and cell repair. Undigested food that passes into the
colon can cause bloating, cramping, gas, and diarrhea. If you feel bloated or gassy, have
rashes, weak nails, thinning hair, dull skin, constipation, diarrhea, insomnia, mood swings,
or fatigue, it is likely you are not properly digesting your food.
This need for enzymes is not a new concept. More than 70 years ago, scientists
recognized the importance of enzymes contained in raw foods. More recent research has
shown that people with chronic diseases or low energy levels may have lower enzyme
content in their blood. Some people may think we have naturally occurring enzymes in our
body, meaning that we don’t need to go out of our way to replace them. It is true we do
have naturally occurring enzymes; however, there is scientific proof that indicates our
natural enzymes diminish slowly as we age. In practical terms, it can mean we might start
noticing little changes such as loss of vitality and stamina, don’t recover from injuries as
rapidly, or can’t seem to digest our food properly and appear to be aging quickly. Many
researchers claim the process of aging is nothing more than decreasing levels of enzymes.
Bad dietary and lifestyle habits, including the consumption of sugars, fats, white flour,
cooked and processed food; too much stress; and being exposed to environmental
pollution might all contribute to enzyme deficiency. All these factors certainly diminish
our health and ability to live a long healthy life.

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Helps with chronic illnesses Strengthens the immune system
Favors anti-aging Decreases allergies Increases strength
Promotes better sleep Aids digestion
Keeps the body hydrated Removes toxins Promotes circulation
Boosts immunity Supports weight loss
Strengthens bones Helps organs repair
Aids in consumption of required daily amounts of vegetables and fruits
Strengthens hair and nails Helps remove toxins from the body
Leads to transition into healthier eating habits Increases mental clarity
Improves emotional balance Increases energy
Diminishes the need for medication Decreases depression
Helps reduce or eliminate a plethora of diseases Makes you feel good all over
Green juices that include dark leafy greens are power-packed with chlorophyll,
which oxygenates the body and enables it to release stored toxins.
A green juice will cleanse the lungs, liver, and digestive system. The magnesium in
green juices helps to support the utilization of calcium.
What do all plants have in common? Plants are the only type of organism that take
light energy from the sun and convert it into sugar. This process, called
photosynthesis, allows plants to make their own food and store energy.
All other living things eat plants, or eat things that eat plants, in order to get their
energy. It’s not a stretch to say that drinking juice is like drinking pure energy!
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