I like to find recipes in cookbooks. Even if I don't use a recipe exactly as written I often get ideas for things to fix, or read about techniques. I've been doing low carb for about 15 months now. I have lowered my blood sugar and lost some weight. However, my cholesterol has gotten worse and my weight loss has stalled!
I need a way to cook that uses low or lower fat ingredients integrated with low carb.
Basically I need to read ways to make tasty food that don't require whipping cream or 6 eggs. I've read some reviews. Carpender has inaccuracies and her ingredient list is full of esoteric stuff; Stella uses Splenda and the wrong sort of oils and he uses high fat ingredients; the low carb book issued by Prevention isn't really low carb. Do any you have a trusted low carb cookbook, particularly that doesn't use loads of fatty ingredients?
I think I need to stress that I am not interested in beginning a new eating plan. I want to refine how I am eating now, a part of which is to eat about 15 g of "slow" carb eaten roughly every 5 hours. I feel really well on this plan, and I seem to have the energy I need to do fitness exercises.
If you know a good cookbook that would suit me, I'd love to hear about it.