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carbs by numbers isn’t just another cook book!

carbs by numbers provides recipes of 15g of carbs or less per serve

The book makes carb-conscious meal planning easy. For example, four seed crackers (1g) with guacamole (1g) followed by pork and sage rounds with cauliflower mash (4g) and finishing with tiramisu (7g), adds up to a meal of just 13g of carbohydrates.

Plus, the book is unique by providing readers with extensive nutrition details for every recipe. And all recipes are gluten free.

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carbs by numbers recipe options ─ 15g carbs or less per serve is a beautifully presented easy to use cook book with every recipe having carb counts of 15g or less per serve, which are perfectly suited to the increasing number of people who are looking for low carb recipe ideas.

A national 2014 study by the Grains & Legumes Nutrition Council states that there has been a 30 per cent fall in carbohydrate consumption over the past three years, which demonstrates the demand for a book such as this to be published.

Every recipe has the following information: energy ─ kilojoules and calories, protein, total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, carbohydrate, sugars, dietary fibre, vitamin C, total vitamin A, sodium, potassium, calcium and iron. This easy-to-read extended nutritional panel is a major feature of the carbs by numbers series of recipe option books.

All the recipes are colour coded according to the level of carbohydrates per serve: 0-5g carbs is colour coded green, 6-10g carbs is colour coded blue and 11-15g carbs is colour coded magenta.  

The 112-page book with a full colour photograph for every recipe includes options that many low-carb followers may not expect to find such as crunchy granola, Japanese pancakes, tiramisu, pizza and chocolate cake. The recipes are also gluten free.

There’s a good cross section of hot and cold recipes, vegetarian and non vegetarian, and all are family-friendly. All the ingredients are readily available at supermarkets.

There are recipes for:
  • loaves           
  • breakfast
  • lunch
  • salads
  • soups
  • mains
  • desserts
  • sauces, condiments & treats
Measurements are in metric with a detailed imperial conversion chart that covers dry and liquid measures along with an oven temperature conversion chart. 

carbs by numbers recipe options 15g carbs or less per serve is available in softback from the carbs by numbers website www.carbsbynumbers.com, as well as all good retail book stores, both online and in-store. The eBook can be purchased from iBook or Kobo either direct or through the www.carbsbynumbers.com website. The softback has a RRP of $24.95 while the eBook can be purchased for $9.95.


About the authors:
Sandra Dunbar and Meg Pell live on the Mornington Peninsula south of Melbourne, Australia. Both are successful business owners. The decision to create a partnership and publish a series of recipe books was made in 2013 when the idea of taking a fresh look at carbs took shape. This has evolved into recipe development sessions where high carb foods are substituted with natural ingredient combinations.
Their first book, carbs by numbers recipe options 15g carbs or less per serve arrived in bookstores in late July 2015 with their second book already in the pipeline and due for release in the next few months. Georgia McDermott was commissioned to do the food styling and photography.

With more than 1,200 followers on Instagram, carbs by numbers has gained a lot of fans over recent months. And it’s not hard to see why when you look at the wonderful photos of the meals that Sandra and Meg have created.

To interview Sandra Dunbar or to request a book to review, please contact Wendy McWilliams at WMC Public Relations. Tel: 03 9803 2588 / 0421 364 665. Email: wendy@wmcpr.com.au
Sandra Dunbar can be contacted on 0409 020 534 and via email at info@carbsbynumbers.com 

If you'd like to publish a recipe (or two!), please contact Wendy McWilliams.