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THINK FOR YOURSELF, READ FOR THE WORLD.

Staff Picks from the Employee-Owners at Chelsea Green Publishing

StaffPicks-MelissaThe Ketogenic Kitchen

The Peanutty Chocolate Torte is one of my favorite and surprisingly easy treats to make from The Ketogenic Kitchen. Along with many of the other recipes, this dessert was extremely helpful in my family’s transition to a low-carb diet. I don’t use cookbooks regularly—sometimes just as inspiration—but drastically changing my eating habits required the support this book offers. It guided me to my new meal and pantry favorites! And best of all, I love the visual charts showing the ratios of carbs, protein, and fat per portion. The whole book is a beautiful resource!

Melissa Jacobson, Book Designer

THINK FOR YOURSELF, READ FOR THE WORLD.

Staff Picks from the Employee-Owners at Chelsea Green Publishing

The Ketogenic Kitchen

The Peanutty Chocolate Torte is one of my favorite and surprisingly easy treats to make from The Ketogenic Kitchen. Along with many of the other recipes, this dessert was extremely helpful in my family’s transition to a low-carb diet. I don’t use cookbooks regularly—sometimes just as inspiration—but drastically changing my eating habits required the support this book offers. It guided me to my new meal and pantry favorites! And best of all, I love the visual charts showing the ratios of carbs, protein, and fat per portion. The whole book is a beautiful resource!

Melissa Jacobson, Book Designer

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“Changing your diet now can save you time, heartache, and money in the future. Don’t settle for mediocrity when it comes to diet when the alternative feels so much better."

—LEAH WEBB

 

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“Changing your diet now can save you time, heartache, and money in the future. Don’t settle for mediocrity when it comes to diet when the alternative feels so much better.”

—LEAH WEBB