Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Book Review - Skinny Spices by Erica Levy Klein

A cookbook with a deceiving name?No,isn't just another cookbook with fancy pictures and recipes,
Skinny Spices (SS) gives you all that you need to know about spices and herbs that can make your boring salads and less-sweet desserts more appealing , tastier and healthier.






Lets hear what the author has to say about the book -
"Skinny Spices is the first and only book that looks at spice blends exclusively as a dietary aid and a boon to healthy and nutritious eating. Take a moment to skim over it briefly, and you’ll find more than 50 fast, easy-to-prepare recipes for blends of spices and herbs that will produce dozens of mouthwatering gourmet dishes from appetizers and entrees to sweet treats and desserts."
The book has been re-released as an ebook making it so very convenient for the next gen technical geeks to just skim over the recipes and spice blends and then create your own to suit one's palate.

  • All tested and tried recipes which are computer analyzed for counts, so you know exactly what you are cooking and eating.
  • You can search for keywords and bookmark pages just like a book.
  • Everything about spices their history,storage,preparation (no cooking involed at all),measurement equivalents,gadgets/gizmos to prepare spices,and much more than you can ever imagine is mentioned in this ebook.
And whats more it has a eSpice Cabinet - a searchable spice database and recipes using them,how awesome is that now!All in all its got everything you ever needed to know about your spices!The espice Cabinet has 25 of the world's top spices and herbs organized for the readers' convenience.You can just click on any herb/spice of your choice and see the selection of recipes for each of the spices and the nutritional data of the dish :) and many handy tips about each spice/herb,Isn't that simply wonderful!


SS showcases not only the individual spices and herbs but also 50 amazing spice blends and world cuisine recipes to demonstrate how to use them.

All in all, Skinny Spices is a good read and you can get ample pointers to note down about spices/herbs and some recipes to try from in there!


You can get a copy of this ebook on Amazon here and Barnes and Noble here.

Have a fun read and Happy cooking :)




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