If you love noodles and pasta but you're trying hard to limit the unhealthy carbohydrates you eat, there's a new food trend that can help. It's spiralizing. The concept is simple; you use a spiralizer to turn vegetables and fruits into long spiral ribbons or noodles. For example, you can bring spaghetti back into your life by using squash noodles instead of those made from flour.
Learning how to use a spiralizer will improve your plans for cooking and eating, and your overall health will be much better off because of it. All of the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients from fresh vegetables and fruits will fill you up with the energy and antioxidants you need to get through the day and keep yourself healthy.
Spiralizer Cookbook: Exciting Spiralizer Recipes to Eat Better and Healthier will make it easy for you to enjoy healthy, spiralized food. By listening this book you'll learn:
- How to choose and use a spiralizer
- The best vegetables and fruits to spiralize
- Pasta and salad recipes for spiralizers
- Spiralizer recipes for breakfast, main dishes, snacks and desserts
There's nothing wrong with playing with your food as an adult. Twirling your fruits and veggies around your fork can make the meal a lot more enjoyable than just poking them with a fork or scooping them up with a spoon.