Hey! We Have a Helpful Sticky Called the Launch Pad!

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  • canadjineh
    canadjineh Posts: 5,396 Member
    Reminder Bump - for newbies and those of us with forgetfulness :*
  • 40DayFit
    40DayFit Posts: 246 Member
    RalfLott wrote: »
    There are piles :o of free keto cookbooks for Kindle available on Amazon.
    You can search for them using this link (which sorts by price).

    Might just be me, but the link just loops me back to this thread. Can you share that link again, @RalfLott?
  • baconslave
    baconslave Posts: 6,948 Member
    40DayFit wrote: »
    RalfLott wrote: »
    There are piles :o of free keto cookbooks for Kindle available on Amazon.
    You can search for them using this link (which sorts by price).

    Might just be me, but the link just loops me back to this thread. Can you share that link again, @RalfLott?

    Alright...MFP is being really hinky. I went in and looked at the tags and it's coded right. But MFP is rerouting it back here. No idea why. But...
    "quote" his post in the thread and go into the url tag and Copy the url between the quotation marks. Paste it in your browser. The link works.
  • baconslave
    baconslave Posts: 6,948 Member
    edited November 2016
    40DayFit wrote: »
    RalfLott wrote: »
    There are piles :o of free keto cookbooks for Kindle available on Amazon.
    You can search for them using this link (which sorts by price).

    Might just be me, but the link just loops me back to this thread. Can you share that link again, @RalfLott?
    MFP is being very hinky. It's coded correctly. :rage:
    I went into the tags through quoting it and ripped the url out of the tag. Here you go.

    https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_st_price-asc-rank?keywords=ketogenic&sort=price-asc-rank
  • RalfLott
    RalfLott Posts: 5,036 Member
    baconslave wrote: »
    40DayFit wrote: »
    RalfLott wrote: »
    There are piles :o of free keto cookbooks for Kindle available on Amazon.
    You can search for them using this link (which sorts by price).

    Might just be me, but the link just loops me back to this thread. Can you share that link again, @RalfLott?
    MFP is being very hinky. It's coded correctly. :rage:
    I went into the tags through quoting it and ripped the url out of the tag. Here you go.

    https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_st_price-asc-rank?keywords=ketogenic&sort=price-asc-rank

    Good catch @baconslave!

    I gave embedding links a rest last time it fouled up; looks like it's time for another break.
  • swezeytba
    swezeytba Posts: 624 Member
    Bump since it's almost the new year!
  • SuperCarLori
    SuperCarLori Posts: 1,248 Member
    boop!
  • RalfLott
    RalfLott Posts: 5,036 Member
    I just bought "The Low Carb Diabetes Solution Cookbook" by Carpender. Looks good!

    Bumpppp

    What do you think of the book?
  • dasher602014
    dasher602014 Posts: 1,992 Member
    RalfLott wrote: »
    I just bought "The Low Carb Diabetes Solution Cookbook" by Carpender. Looks good!

    Bumpppp

    What do you think of the book?

    It is a winner. It has a good summary of the diet and its reasoning at the beginning (Like our sticky it covers everything from cholesterol rising to keto flu) I used some of the appetizer recipes for Christmas. The regular recipes are straight forward and tasty. Particularly liked their slow cooked ribs. It does not assume that you have all the time in the world, so food processors and slow cookers are often recommended. Nor does it assume skills. Its omelet lesson was quick and useful. Some recipes are obvious; like cauli-rice but most have a nice twist and good taste. Fast and easy.

    Thanks for your link.
  • RalfLott
    RalfLott Posts: 5,036 Member
    RalfLott wrote: »
    I just bought "The Low Carb Diabetes Solution Cookbook" by Carpender. Looks good!

    Bumpppp

    What do you think of the book?

    It is a winner. It has a good summary of the diet and its reasoning at the beginning (Like our sticky it covers everything from cholesterol rising to keto flu) I used some of the appetizer recipes for Christmas. The regular recipes are straight forward and tasty. Particularly liked their slow cooked ribs. It does not assume that you have all the time in the world, so food processors and slow cookers are often recommended. Nor does it assume skills. Its omelet lesson was quick and useful. Some recipes are obvious; like cauli-rice but most have a nice twist and good taste. Fast and easy.

    Thanks for your link.

    Great, thanks!
  • KarlaYP
    KarlaYP Posts: 4,439 Member
    Bump!

    2017 has begun around the world! Happy New Year to our Pals in those parts!
  • RalfLott
    RalfLott Posts: 5,036 Member
    Hello?
  • RalfLott
    RalfLott Posts: 5,036 Member
    Dave's not here.
  • KarlaYP
    KarlaYP Posts: 4,439 Member
    Bump
  • RalfLott
    RalfLott Posts: 5,036 Member
    Bwaahahahaa!
  • KnitOrMiss
    KnitOrMiss Posts: 10,104 Member
    Bump - do the bumpty bump!
  • SuperCarLori
    SuperCarLori Posts: 1,248 Member
    That's bad booty, Sunny. I'm going to save that!
  • SuperCarLori
    SuperCarLori Posts: 1,248 Member
    Never mind...I don't know how...
  • camtosh
    camtosh Posts: 898 Member
    bump for the newbies