Enabling Healthy Eating For Everyone: Zoodles – Spiralizer Cookbook by Sonnet Lauberth A Review
As a parent of one vegan daughter, a vegetarian son, a husband who loves to eat meat, and me trying to just eat clean and healthy, it is difficult to find a constant supply of recipes and cookbooks that will make everyone in my family happy. On top of that, some cookbooks either need crazy ingredients, or outlandish tools, that are expensive and take away space, I frankly don’t have.
But, spiralizers are a wonderful way to add veggies to meat eater meals, as well as create complete healthy, clean and vegan meals with not much effort.
That is also why I love Zoodles – Spiralizer Cookbook by Sonnet Lauberth because it has something for all of my picky eaters. There are the typical recipes that we usually associate with spiralizers – vegan or vegetarian in variety, but there are also those recipes where meat-eaters get their turn, while still staying healthy.
The detail with which the Author depicted how to best choose a spiralizer, which veggies work well and some additional information that adds health and value to your meals impressed me. When I purchase cookbooks I want more than just a mere list of recipes, I want direction, inspiration, and instructions that can give me the tools I need to create my own spin on recipes, not necessarily found in that particular book. Zoodles has done exactly that, which is why I am very happy with it.
On top of that, Zoodles is beautifully formatted and visually pretty, which is absolutely a plus for me when it comes to cookbooks.
I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in return for an honest review
Author: Sonnet Lauberth
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: November, 2016
Genre: Non-Fiction, Cookbook
5 out of 5 Stars
Swap those high-carb noodles for low-carb zoodles. Spiralize your way into a more veggie-filled diet with Zoodles Spiralizer Cookbook, your complete resource for turning your favorite produce into delicious pasta.
Working more vegetables into your diet can be challenging. But it doesn’t have to be! From restaurant chefs to home cooks, hip foodies to working moms, spiralizing is becoming increasingly popular as a way to enjoy healthier versions of the pasta and noodle dishes you love to eat. You’ll get all the benefits of nutrient-rich vegetables with all the satisfaction of your favorite flavors.
Certified Health Coach and food blogger Sonnet Lauberth offers new takes on your favorite noodle dishes and shows you how to transform produce into pasta. Her popular blog, In Sonnet’s Kitchen, is aimed at helping others eat healthier. The original recipes in Zoodles Spiralizer Cookbook are as delicious as they are nutritious, because Sonnet knows that if food doesn’t taste great you won’t eat it, no matter how healthy it may be.
With Zoodles Spiralizer Cookbook you’ll create your favorite pasta and noodle recipes free of carbs, gluten, refined sugars, and grains, but packed with the one thing we all want…flavor! Whether you prefer your zoodles light or hearty, on a plate or in a bowl, raw or al dente, the unique dishes in this spiralizer cookbook will satisfy your craving for pasta while changing the way you think about—and eat!—your veggies.
In Zoodles Spiralizer Cookbook you’ll find useful information such as:
- 75 fresh, flavorful zoodle recipes for pastas, soups, noodle dishes, and salads
- the benefits of different spiralizer models
- guidance on the best vegetables to use
- technical tips for success and safety in the kitchen
You don’t have to give up pastas and noodles to eat healthier. Zoodles Spiralizer Cookbook shows you how to easily transform your favorite noodle dishes into low-carb zoodle dishes.
Sonnet Lauberth, MA, is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, food blogger, freelance recipe developer, writer, and cookbook author. She bought her first spiralizer in 2008 and has been writing her blog, In Sonnet’s Kitchen, since 2010. Sonnet is passionate about simple, healthy cooking; supporting local farmers; and eating with the seasons.
You can find more of her recipes at www.insonnetskitchen.com.