Spiralize It!: Creative Spiralizer Recipes for Every Type of Eater

Spiralize It!: Creative Spiralizer Recipes for Every Type of Eater

From the author of Paleo in 28, your must-have spiralizer cookbook for making ridiculously easy and delicious meals--perfect for any spiralizer. There is one kitchen tool Kenzie Swanhart (aka food blogger Cave Girl in the City) couldn't be without: her spiralizer. It makes eating more vegetables a cinch, and it's just plain fun to use. In Spiralize It!, she shares her pass...

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Title:Spiralize It!: Creative Spiralizer Recipes for Every Type of Eater
Author:Kenzie Swanhart
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:300 pages

Spiralize It!: Creative Spiralizer Recipes for Every Type of Eater Reviews

  • Myrna
    Jan 05, 2016

    This easy to follow cookbook has given me inspiration to analyze our eating habits and make some changes in our diet. The recipes included are nutritious, easy to do, and time efficient. I am so happy I purchased this book. We are going to establish healthier benefits from eating the meals outlined in this wonderful book.

  • Tina
    May 02, 2016

    Within a week it seemed like all of my friends were talking about this spiralization of veggies thing, so I grabbed a couple recipe books on it. This was not the best to grab for a beginner. There weren't enough pictures and it was extremely text heavy with sometimes unclear instructions.

    Second star is because those recipes I did do successfully were delish.

  • Ashley
    Jul 12, 2016

    Pretty informative. A lot of variety for recipes and I love that alternative vegetables were included for some of the recipes. Worth a read!

  • Betty Soto
    Jul 12, 2016

    Love this book. It has simp!e and creative recipes that you can cook in a ease. Its a great way to add motte veggies to your diet and eat cleaner. Highly recommended.

  • Naomi
    Feb 20, 2017

    Grabbed this on an Amazon sale since I was given a Spiralizer for Christmas. Interesting cookbook and loved the ways to get more veggies/fruits into my diet. Not sure how many times I will use the cookbook. Did think it would be just as easy to chop the veggies/fruit as to spiralizing it and that it was being more to develop a recipe for the cookbook than as a true new recipe.