Sample recipes from Living Low-Carb

Seasoned Pumpkin Seeds

If you’re a fan of Pumpkom, the tasty seasoned pumpkin seeds, you’ll be surprised at how easily you can make your own version.

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Pumpkin Seed Cheese Crisps

These crunchy little crisps are just a little spicy—and can be a lot more if you’d prefer them that way. They’ll keep several days stored...

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Corn Crisps

These little crackers work with drinks, with salads or soups, or just to snack on. If you’re seriously missing corn—and who among us low-...

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Zucchini Posing as Fettuccine with Lemon Cream

This recipe of Nantucket cook Susan Simon’s is elegant enough for a dinner party, and rich enough that it should be served before somethi...

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Celery and Beet Salad with Walnuts

This simple salad is good with cold meats or as part of a buffet. You can make it into a first course by crumbling a little blue cheese o...

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Sizzling Omega-3 Salad

If you’re getting a little tired of eating sardines all the time for their high omega-3 fatty acids, here’s a very appealing alternative....

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Tuna Salad with Beans and Broccoli

On a hot night—or just a busy one when there’s no time to cook—this salad can be dinner in moments. I used to make a salad like this one ...

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Yellow Gazpacho

There’s something especially appealing about a cold yellow soup—but of course you can make this gazpacho with red tomatoes and red pepper...

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Border Beanburgers

These might be called soyburgers, since they’re made from black soybeans, but that sounds so grim and these are so tasty. The mayo is the...

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Skate with Capers

If you’ve never tried skate wings, you’re in for a big treat. These delicate, rich little morsels of fish have a lot of delectable flavo...

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Zesty Salmon

This unusual way to cook a salmon fillet is also incredibly easy. The seasoned mayonnaise makes a succulent little crust that’s packed wi...

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A Lot Like Lasagna

Let’s face it, there’s no real lasagna without pasta, but this version comes pretty close, and it’s a super one-dish meal. Just add a sal...

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Voluptuous Cauliflower

The title of this dish may seem like an oxymoron, but treated right, cauliflower has an alluring personality that’s quite irresistible. T...

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Crunchy Kale

This light and crispy kale cooks in about seven minutes, but it only comes out crunchy if the greens are very well dried. You can play wi...

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Spaghetti Squash with Butter and Parmesan

If you have a microwave oven, you can have spaghetti squash in no time. It won’t taste a great deal like pasta, but on the other hand, i...

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Roasted Roots

Unlike most root vegetables, which are carbohydrate storage centers, turnips and radishes are clean and sharp and full of flavor. Roaste...

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Summer Berries with Mascarpone

The brilliant vegetarian cook Deborah Madison invented this dish for a late summer dessert one starry evening in Santa Fe. It’s the easie...

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Root Beer Granita

This one (an idea I found in Gale Gand’s Butter, Sugar, Flour, Eggs) requires a food processor or an ice-grinding blender and several hou...

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In a perfect world, there would always be a little pesto in the fridge or freezer—or the makings would be on hand. If you’re getting bore...

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