The Quick and Easy Ketogenic Cooking Cookbook
It is finally here! The Quick and Easy Ketogenic Cooking Cookbook.
I put so much work into this book and to finally have it in my hands feels unreal. If you want one cookbook that is everything keto, this is it!
If you feel overwhelmed with work, life, family, responsibilities and cooking sounds like another job, I wanted to write a letter to you to help you understand that I am a busy working parent just like many of you. There was a time before kids that I didn’t understand the difficulty of finding time to prepare keto meals and when a client would complain that they do not have time to eat healthy, I would think… “it is easy… I do it daily.” I worked all the time and still was able to find time to put a keto meal together. But I can’t judge, cooking isn’t for everyone. I love cooking. There is nothing I adore more than a rainy day cooking in the kitchen with the radio on. I say rainy day because on beautiful sunny days I prefer to be on my kayak or bicycle! I understand we all have different passions and cooking isn’t for everyone, but that is why this cookbook rules! Even the novice cook can make these recipes and if you prefer to be outside like I do, you will love the bonus chapter where you can smoke foods outside!
On November 16th 2010 life threw me for a loop. We received an email that we could pick up our 2 baby boys from Ethiopia. On November 19 we were on the plane and life was never the same. We arrived home in the US the night before Thanksgiving. Let’s just say Thanksgiving was anything but turkey and gravy.
It was the most magnificent yet the most difficult time in my life. I now was responsible for a one year old and a toddler who was scared of everything new and everything was new. I remember them crying the first time they took a bath, scared of the bathtub… think about it. Why is this lady putting me in a huge hole and filling it with water? They didn’t have a bathtub at the orphanage.
Everything was a new experience to them. Which is why I held Kai in a baby carrier at all times while holding Micah’s hand. Try cooking with one hand. Yep, that’s what I did. But it was important. They never had such a sense of security before and I needed to make up for years of them not having anyone.
I’m not complaining, I would give anything to hold baby Kai in a baby carrier again. But I do want you to know it was an eye opening experience to realize how hard it is to make healthy meals while prioritizing family. But it can be done. Even with all these challenges, cooking one handed with another strapped to my belly, we did it. Which leads me to why I love this book. Many of the recipes can be made with one hand.
If you would like to win a copy before you can buy it all you have to do is leave a comment on how the ketogenic lifestyle has helped you or a loved one.
Winner will be chosen Feb. 28th. Good luck!
The WINNER of the book is: Gregg D. Winston! Congrats!
Thank you for your love and support!