The byline of Joy Kiddie’s low-carb Dietetic practice is that there is “no one-size-fits-all low carb or keto diet”. In keeping with this, the book Low Carb Breads of the World provides recipes for bread that can be baked by people following different types of low-carb diets. Have a look inside.
What’s Inside – recipe categories
There are 3 categories of recipes in Low Carb Breads of the World.
Low Carb Yeast Breads includes breads for beginners to more advanced bakers and uses different rising techniques, including cold ferment, warm rise, and sourdough. These include yeast loaves, baguettes, as well as a bread that is similar in taste to rye bread and perfect for serving with smoked meat or pastrami.
Low Carb Ethnic Breads consists of various yeast-raised and baking-powder-raised bread, including a variety of Middle Eastern hand pies, roti, paratha, naan, pita, calzones and both flour-style and ‘corn’-style tortillas. Recipes for items such as empanadas, samosas, and borekas are not in this book as these are categorized as pastry, rather than bread.
Low Carb Quick Breads and Decadent Exceptions includes fluffy pancakes, scones and Southern-style baking powder biscuits. There are also some low-carb upgrades to classic quick bread loaves and delicious low-carb cinnamon rolls for a special occasion.
What’s Inside – chapters
More Than a Cookbook
About the Author
The “Why” Behind the Book
Chapter 1: The History of Low Carb Bread – The Mystery of the Oopsie Roll and Cauliflower Pizza, Egg and Whey Breads, Fat Head Pizza and Breads Made from Cheese and Nuts, Low Carb Bake Mix / Flour Replacement, My Starting Point, Variations on a Theme, Postscript
Chapter 2: Baking Basic – Different Types of Ounces, Measuring Liquid Ingredients, Measuring Dry Ingredients by Volume, Measuring Dry Ingredients by Weight, Using a Scale to Weigh Dry Ingredients
Chapter 3: The Making of Bread – difference between Conventional and Low Carb Bread, Low Carb Ingredients, Availability of Ingredients, Putting it all Together, Experimenting with Variations, Final Thoughts, References
Chapter 4: Yeast Breads – Fiber Mix (an ingredient), Low Carb High Protein Yeast Bread, Crusty Low Carb Multigrain-style Baguettes, Low Carb Braided Egg Bread (Challah), Low Carb Burger Buns, Spinach and Feta Stuffed Brioche, Low Carb Pizza Crust, Low Carb Sourdough English Muffins, Low Carb Crumpets
Chapter 5: Ethnic Breads – Low Carb Manakeesh, Low Carb Za’atar Bread, Low Carb Middle Eastern Cheese Bread, Low Carb Middle Eastern Meat Pies, Low Carb Calzone, Low Carb Pita Bread, Low Carb Chapati / Roti, Low Carb Naan, Low Carb Paratha, Low Carb Corn-Style Tortillas, Low Carb Flour-Style Tortillas
Chapter 6: Quick Breads and Decadent Exceptions – Low Carb Chocolate Chip Muffins, Low Carb Chocolate Raspberry Scones, Low Carb Baking Powder Biscuits, Low Carb Chocolate Chip Pancakes, Low Carb Zucchini Bread, Low Carb Chocolate Zucchini Loaf, Low Carb Cinnamon Rolls
What’s Inside Sneak Peak
What’s Outside – Back Cover
Cookbook as a Kitchen Tool
A good cookbook is a kitchen tool that belongs in the kitchen, rather than on the coffee table. Since many people are in the habit of reading recipes on their phones or tablets, and some even take pictures of recipes from beautiful cookbooks to use in the kitchen to avoid getting the cookbook dirty, Low Carb Breads of the World is published as an e-book (120 MB full colour pdf file, can be viewed on a smartphone, tablet, or e-reader that supports pdfs). Like the majority of e-books, it is not printable.
High-resolution photographs are very costly to produce in print, so as an e-book, Low Carb Breads of the World enables ample photographs to help illustrate and clarify the text. Photos are very helpful those new to baking and essential when working with these novel ingredients to know when a dough is the correct consistency and are indispensable for illustrating techniques used in recipes in this book, including how to braid an egg loaf (challah), form a brioche, or make cinnamon rolls.
Where People Have Ordered the Book From
The map above indicates the 28 countries from where people have already ordered Low Carb Breads of the World and we welcome Greece that just became the 28th country to be added to the map!
Someone there is looking forward to be able to make these beautiful, low carb pita bread.
Low Carb MD Podcast – about the book
September 9, 2022: I had a great time chatting again with Dr. Tro Kalayjian and Dr. Brian Lenzkes on the Low Carb MD Podcast! We talked about Low Carb Breads of the World, as well as my recent diagnosis with hypothyroidism, and the articles I have written about.
Watch the podcast here:
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