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New York Times Bestseller
The
definitive cookbook for using a spiralizer: the kitchen gadget that
turns vegetables and fruits into imaginative, low-carb dishes.


 
On her wildly popular blog, Inspiralized, Ali
Maffucci is revolutionizing healthy eating. Whether you’re
low-carb, gluten-free, Paleo, or raw, you don’t have to give up
the foods you love. Inspiralized shows you how to transform
more than 20 vegetables and fruits into delicious meals that look and
taste just like your favorite indulgent originals. Zucchini turns into
pesto spaghetti; jicama becomes shoestring fries; sweet potatoes lay the
foundation for fried rice; plantains transform into
“tortillas” for huevos rancheros.
Ali’s
recipes for breakfast, snacks, appetizers, sandwiches, soups, salads,
casseroles, rices, pastas, and even desserts are easy to follow, hard to
mess up, healthful, and completely fresh and flavorful. Best of all,
she tells you how to customize them for whatever vegetables you have on
hand and whatever your personal goal may be—losing weight,
following a healthier lifestyle, or simply making easy meals at home.

Here, too, are tons of technical tips and tricks; nutritional
information for each dish and every vegetable you can possibly
spiralize; and advice for spiralizing whether you’re feeding just
yourself, your family, or even a crowd. So bring on a hearty appetite
and a sense of adventure—you’re ready to make the most of
this secret weapon for healthy cooking.

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Reviews for Inspiralized: Turn Vegetables into Healthy, Creative, Satisfying Meals:

5

February 24, 2015

Life changing ideas for anyone trying to be healthier!
If you are new to spiralizing you don't really NEED this book, Ali has enough info and recipes to get you started for free on her website. I bought three copies of this book for myself and friends purely because I wanted to monetarily support her because she has helped me so much. That being said I received my books yesterday (one day before release, thanks Amazon!!!) and I am VERY impressed! Vegetable sandwiches, muffins, waffles, vegetable rice pudding!?! You don't NEED this book, but you will LOVE it!

The key to spiralizing is actually getting out your spiralizer and using it. Once you get in the habit of it you will see how spiralizing is so much faster than cutting up vegetables, and most veggies you can spiralize ahead of time and store in your fridge ready to use. Make sure you read Ali's tips on cleaning the spiralizer and which veggies you can spiralize ahead of time.

This girl's ideas are amazing, and truly life changing for those of us who follow a gluten free, grain free, vegan or paleo lifestyle. Even if you don't, a vegetable spiralizer paired with Ali's ideas make it so much easier to incorporate more veggies into your diet.

Anyone following any kind of weight loss plan or that wants to be healthier would love this and a spiralizer as a gift!
5

February 24, 2015

Recipes from around the world - delicious, healthy, and and nicely presented
Like the other reviewers here, I follow Ali's blog, so I was interested to see how much overlap there was between her blog and cookbook. There is actually not much overlap, most of the recipes in "Inspiralized" seem to be new (relative to her blog). There are about 3 from the breakfast chapter (sweet potato waffles, savoy cabbage breakfast burrito, and huevos rancheros) - but otherwise, those are really the only ones I noticed.

Ali includes a stunning amount of variety, from "Everything bagel" breakfast buns (yum), chana masala with kohlrabi rice, Thai drunken zucchini noodles with pork (my favorite), to apple-potato buns as a gluten-free, healthier alternative to grilled cheese. Every recipe I have made from her blog has turned out well, so I am expecting similar results from this book.

I love the layout of her cookbook - it's easy to see at a glance how much time everything will take, and unlike a lot of cookbooks I've used where it takes three times longer than promised - her estimates are pretty accurate for me. In addition, there's the nutritional information, a photo of what it should look like, whether it's GF, veggie, vegan, etc. My favorite feature though is probably the fact that each recipe includes an "also works with" box. She really encourages you to explore with your spiralizer and try new things. In case you don't like something, or can't find it, or have an overabundance of something else - Ali makes it really easy to adapt her recipes to suit your personal tastes, while staying as healthy as you want to stay (for instance, she says up front that her recipes don't include butter, cream, etc - but feel free to add if you desire).

Also, the intro section where she talks about how to use your spiralizer, which veggies are permissible, special ways to deal with things like the soapy taste from daikon, how to prepare and store spiral veggies for cooking later - while it is all on her blog, it's nice to have in one place here.

I thought that the spiralizer was just another huge kitchen gadget that I might not really use, but I've lost about 10 lbs since I got mine in December (yeah, two months ago) - just from cutting out pasta and rice. Even my cooking-phobic roommate uses my spiralizer weekly. Ali's blog has really helped me experiment with all the ways I can use the spiralizer, without giving up the dishes that I like. This book takes it even further.
5

May 15, 2015

Eat Your Veggies!!!!
I'm giving this book 5-stars alone based on all the helpful information inside this book. Like how to get darn near perfect spirals! I have been making 'Zoodles' (zucchini noodles) since I gave up pasta over a year ago but always ended up with lots of 'crescent moon' shapes. I rarely do anymore! Although, those little 'moons' taught me how sweet and yummy a raw piece of zucchini could taste...so when I do get a few of those, I just toss them in a salad for extra crunch! And all this time I thought I didn't like Zucchini! I stand corrected! But it isn't just about Zucchini...it's about all kinds of Veggies and making healthier choices!

I've replaced various 'spiralized noodles' in my own recipes that once contained pasta & everyone loves them! The best part is that (1) Veggies are better for you (2) You don't have that "Ugh! I ate ALL the pasta on my plate & I can't move!" feeling (3) "OH THE GUILT!" (4) If you have little ones that you want to eat their veggies without a battle, this is a fun way to get them to LOVE them - they could even help make them! I even give raw spiralized veggies to my pooches! I should have bought into a Spriralizing company because so many of my friends have bought them after sharing a spriralized meal with me!

Quick Note...I keep kitchen scissors nearby when I make my Zoodles and cut them into manageable pieces. This way you still have the satisfaction of twirling them as you would actual pasta, but it doesn't go on for days! ;)

If you know someone who is Vegan or Vegetarian or interested in becoming one, this would be a great book to give as a gift as well as to have on hand to make tasty delights that not only they will love, but everyone else will as well!

I've attached a photo of my Clams Vongole with Zoodles. I added chopped parsley over the top, a sprinkle of parmesan cheese and a dash of dried red peppers & Ohhhh La La...YUMMY! When your friends and family ask if your making any 'Tasty Zoodles' when you invite them over...you know you're doing it right! This also goes for when your kiddos eat what's on their plate instead of dismissing their veggies as "boring"! Make eating fun again while keeping it healthy!
1

November 13, 2016

Time Consuming Recipes
I never like to write bad reviews, but I wish someone would have told me what I am about to write. These recipes are time consuming! Most of the recipes take 20-60 minutes, which is fine as a side dish for dinner, but not for a quick lunch or snack. I bought the Paderno Spiralizer (Which by the way I LOVE). I scanned the whole book looking for at least a few tips on how to make something fast. Nothing! In all fairness, I was looking for simple tips to get me started and I ended up figuring it out myself. Some of my favs are zucchini noodles lightly sautéed in olive oil for 2 minutes, with salt, pepper, and parmesan sprinkled on top. I love the simplicity of apple noodles with cinnamon sprinkled on top for a quick snack. I like to put zucchini noodles in a large mug, pour boiling water over it, and mix in an instant organic Miso packet. That makes a healthy alternative to Ramen noodles and tastes great. This book would have been MUCH more helpful if she would have included some quick start up tips, and some 5-10 minute recipes. Quick recipes are SO easy with the Spiralizer. Why make it daunting when it doesn't have to be?
5

September 21, 2015

Boght this two months ago - time for the review - we're dropping weight like crazy!!
So everything I have read about this book is true and then some. I realize it's a little extreme to say this book has changed our lives, but in many ways; it really has. First, my wife is already a fantastic home cook; and for the most part we ate pretty healthy already. But this book has taken it to a new level. Not only are we eating some of the best tasting food I have ever eaten, but we're not eating any crap anymore; and very unexpectedly are dropping tons of weight. Neither one of us we're large to begin with. My wife is 5'10 and weighed in the 165ish range. I'm 6.0" and approx 225.

In two months, my wife has droppped 15# and I've dropped 20. Neither one of us really exercises, but we're also not super lazy people. We're active, but not in a go to the gym sort of way. But it's not just the book and the spiralizer. Outside of beer and alcohol, we have cut out carbs completely - no bagels, donuts, bread, pasta, rice, or potatoes, etc. etc.

We had tried to go semi-paleo last year and really struggled with how to eat. This book completely solved that problem. The recipes in here are phenomenal. And like any other recipe; we do alot of substituting and personal changes so we can utilize what's in our pantry and not have to make an extra trip to the store. Take this book and be creative and don't be afraid to tweak on the recipes.

The meals are very flavorful; the recipes are super fast and easy; and I love the use of so many fresh ingredients. While it's not a 1-1 substitute; I do think the food in here tastes just as good. For example; the Lasagna uses Zucchini as a pasta subsitute. And it works. If you think about it; plain pasta is pretty bland and flavorless. Plain zucchini is also bland and flavorless, but then you add homeade pasta sauce; riccotta cheese, mozarella cheese, and all the seasonings and it's very much like lasagna. the vegetables really absorb and hold the rest of the ingredient flavors very well.

I would highly recommend this book to ANYONE. It's a great way to significantly increase your vegetable intake while reducing your cab intake at the same time. My kids are super picky and have been slow to adopt. We don't force feed them stuff they don't like, but they're still eating better than they were before - especially the salads. Some of the best salds I've ever had came from this book.

This review is being done after my third book purchase. Our friends love coming over to eat so much that we're setting up some of them now.
3

September 25, 2017

Not bad but not for me
This isn't a bad book but I wish there were more simple recipes in it. It seemed like most would take a lot of time to fix and involved a lot of ingredients, some I've never even heard of. I haven't made anything out of it. Kinda wished I would've sent it back. I'm a busy mother and I wanted quick and healthy.
2

August 30, 2018

Beautiful NON-VEGAN Cookbook
The book is beautiful and filled with many recipes that look and sound very interesting. My specific problem with the book is that most of the recipes call for meat, seafood and/or dairy ingredients. We’re a plant-based or vegan family and so this cookbook doesn’t meet our needs. I guess I assumed a book about spiralizing fruits and veggies and with the specific word “healthy” in the title would only be a vegan cookbook. Unfortunately, we’ll be sending it back.
2

January 17, 2017

Glanced through and unused
Really complicated recipes. My wife was not impressed with this at all. A housewife juggling two small children does not have the time to hunt for obscure ingredients.
1

August 17, 2017

Sent it back...
Didnt see any recipes that were even remotely appetizing. I sent it back. "Spiralize Everything" was much more to my liking.
1

November 24, 2017

Don't bother
Complicated and esoteric. Giving it to a dedicated vegetarian who is not a close friend.
5

January 25, 2017

Great buy, great food!
My girlfriend and I love this recipe book! We have tried 6 recipes so far and love each one! Most are very easy to make and the ingredients lists are not out of control. It is a nice book to have if you are into spiralizing and trying to have a healthier lifestyle. I also like how most of them have pictures, I am a visual guy and when I see something I am more inclined to try it than if I just read the ingredients list. Well worth the money! I would say about 85% of the items in here will probably be tried, which for my frame of reference is pretty good compared to some other cookbooks we have.
4

Apr 11, 2015

I could totally relate to Ali’s dilemma about eating too much pasta, being Italian and having family dinners filled with lots of pasta. Ali’s mom developed Type 1 diabetes. She was determined to change the way she ate. When she was in N.Y. eating at a restaurant they served the most amazing zucchini noodle. She brought the restaurant’s cook book and discovered the spiralizer. Ali’s mom invited her over to eat this amazing zucchini noodle. Ali was floored…”what I tasted was the same lovely I could totally relate to Ali’s dilemma about eating too much pasta, being Italian and having family dinners filled with lots of pasta. Ali’s mom developed Type 1 diabetes. She was determined to change the way she ate. When she was in N.Y. eating at a restaurant they served the most amazing zucchini noodle. She brought the restaurant’s cook book and discovered the spiralizer. Ali’s mom invited her over to eat this amazing zucchini noodle. Ali was floored…”what I tasted was the same lovely consistency of al dente pasta. I was captivated!” Her mom saw this as a pasta replacement but Ali saw so much more. She saw a way to be creative with vegetables at every meal. The author says that once you catch onto how versatile veggies can become you’ll look around and say, “Can I spiralize that?” I found her journey interesting and the meals inside this book just as intriguing.

She first talks about the four things that a vegetable needs to have to be a good candidate for spiralizing. Funny there is one major exception to the rules and that is with Eggplant. “Because of its soft flesh and tiny seeds, it won’t work well.” She goes on to list fruit and veggies that work great. She talks about what needs to be done to prep them and then choosing your blade to make the dish work.

She talks about storage of the vegetables in the refrigerator and freezer for planning ahead meals. The author says, “Spiralizing is for all ages, diet lifestyles and cooking skill levels. Even a college student in a dorm can make a big bowl of pasta using a spiralizer and a microwave.”

There are many beautiful color pictures sprinkled throughout this paperback book. The ingredients and simple instructions are easy to read. The ingredients are ones you find in any grocery store. In the top left hand corner she has some helpful information. She has the serving size, Time to Prepare, Time to Cook and the nutritional information for the recipe that includes: Calories, Fa, Carbohydrates, Sodium, Protein, and sugar for the stated portion size.

She rates each recipe for cooking level. !) Very easy 2) Medium 3) Most difficult – many steps required. She also labels the meal as to it being V – Vegan VT – Vegetarian GF – Gluten-Free, P Paleo.

I made the Zucchini noodles and she is right they are amazing, I couldn’t get over the taste. I also made the sweet potato spiralizerized bun. Both were yummy. My whole family loved them.

The recipes I look forward to trying are Breakfast: Cinnamon-Walnut Protein muffins, Huevos Rancheros. Snacks and Sides: The Spicy Jicama Strings (looked like fries- can’t wait to try that), Lemon Garlic Broccoli with Bacon, spicy Butternut Squash Nachos. Soups, Stews and Salads: I want to try the Chicken Carrot Noodle soup, Shrimp Daikon Pho, Steak and Pear Kale Salad, Apples with Saved Asparagus, Goranzola and Pecans. Sandwiches, Wraps and More: The Tilapia Tostados with Tomato – Corn Salsa; Apple-Potato Cheese Bun, Tuna Parsnip Portobello Melts: Rice Dishes – (fascinating section I can’t wait to try) Short Ribs with Sweet Potato “Grits”, Sweet Potato Fried Rice, Vegetarian Chana Masala with Kohlrabi Pasta and Noodles: I look forward to eating Bacon Casio e Pepe; Zucchini Linguine with Garlic Clam Sauce and oh, the Desserts look yummy!

I’m excited about incorporating more veggies in my family meals. I know it will be a win win for everyone; especially when they taste good and they are easy to make. I don’t have the fancy machine mentioned in this book. I bought a plastic devise in the grocery store. It only cost $9.99 and I can make almost all the meals in this book. I’m not sure where to purchase the Spiralizer but if I make a few more dishes I love I’m going to find out!

I received a free copy of this book from the Blogging for Books program in exchange for this review. There was no obligation to give a positive review, and if you read my blog, you know I'm a tell-it-like it is kind of girl. I mean what I say and say what I mean, that holds true for my review.

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5

Apr 03, 2015

I am all for keeping a healthy lifestyle, and making easy delicious meals at home. I own a great tool that is a must to accompany this awesome cookbook. I am very excited to have so many new recipes added to my library. Since I grow a large garden every summer loaded with tons of fresh vegetables, I am impressed with the author's research on transforming more than 20 vegetables and fruits to look and taste like our tried and true favorite meals. I was pleasantly surprised to find sections on I am all for keeping a healthy lifestyle, and making easy delicious meals at home. I own a great tool that is a must to accompany this awesome cookbook. I am very excited to have so many new recipes added to my library. Since I grow a large garden every summer loaded with tons of fresh vegetables, I am impressed with the author's research on transforming more than 20 vegetables and fruits to look and taste like our tried and true favorite meals. I was pleasantly surprised to find sections on breakfasts and desserts, too. I especially like the salad and wrap entries. The shrimp meals are fantastic, too. It's truly rewarding to have a plethora of good eating recipes you can count on at your finger tips, whether you're eating solo or serving a crowd. Get the book. You won't be disappointed!
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1

September 12, 2018

Not a good buy for vegetarians /vegans
This product was recommended to me by Amazon, so I thought it had lots of vegan recipes since all the cookbooks I have ever bought or had recommended to me in the past were at least vegetarian. This is mostly meat and of little to no use to a vegetarian and only has one completely vegan recipe. Waste of money unless you hate animals, the planet, and compassion.
4

Mar 07, 2017

I don't typically add cookbooks to my read shelf, but I think I'll start adding the ones I use on a consistent basis. A few years ago, when I was suffering from fairly consistent IBS flare-ups, I changed my diet and started to exercise a bit. I lost around 50lbs in 6 months without having to put too much effort in. The problem for me was trying to keep things exciting. When you're eating healthy, and when you're not, you can get a bit stuck. Same boring chicken breasts, same boring veg; it makes I don't typically add cookbooks to my read shelf, but I think I'll start adding the ones I use on a consistent basis. A few years ago, when I was suffering from fairly consistent IBS flare-ups, I changed my diet and started to exercise a bit. I lost around 50lbs in 6 months without having to put too much effort in. The problem for me was trying to keep things exciting. When you're eating healthy, and when you're not, you can get a bit stuck. Same boring chicken breasts, same boring veg; it makes it tough to not fall into old habits.

Ali is an insanely creative cook. Her recipes satisfy most of my cravings, and a lot of these meals are better than the unhealthy options in terms of flavour and taste. She never shies away from seasoning or spice *cough*Skinnytaste*cough*, and everything is crazy filling. The recipes in this one aren't quite as good as those in her follow up cookbook, but they give you a great base to build upon. ...more
2

June 19, 2017

not helpful in figuring out what they might taste like. Tries to be too much "gourmet" instead of ...
Author states these recipes contain normal ingredients obtained from local, regular grocery stores. The very first recipe needs nutritional yeast which typically can only be purchased at a health food store. Recipes look tasty, but titles are weird...not helpful in figuring out what they might taste like. Tries to be too much "gourmet" instead of simple for me.
5

Mar 02, 2015

Inspiralized by Ali Maffucci is a super fun, super informative, and super friendly resource book for foodies everywhere. I absolutely loved it!

What made this book so incredible, in my opinion, was the fact that it was immediately appealing in the visual sense, it provided such a vast repertoire of food choices, and it gave a treasure trove of information related to health benefits and nutritional value in regard to the specified foods.

The author did a magnificent job of keeping the content Inspiralized by Ali Maffucci is a super fun, super informative, and super friendly resource book for foodies everywhere. I absolutely loved it!

What made this book so incredible, in my opinion, was the fact that it was immediately appealing in the visual sense, it provided such a vast repertoire of food choices, and it gave a treasure trove of information related to health benefits and nutritional value in regard to the specified foods.

The author did a magnificent job of keeping the content relevant and fun. Additionally, I loved her voice and her conversational tone. I felt like I wanted to go on a food adventure with her.

Rating: 5/5
Recommend: Yes
Audience: All
Status: Food, Health and Fitness, Family Fun/Meal Preparation
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4

Jul 21, 2017

I skimmed through the entire book today but I have yet to cook any of the recipes. I've had trouble finding spiralized vegetable recipes for more than zucchini and cucumber and this cookbook delivers as far as vegetable variety. I'm looking forward to making "buns" and many of the casseroles. I got this book from OverDrive, and I want to buy it for my cookbook collection.
5

Mar 27, 2015

This is a really fun cookbook. When I first came across it, I thought every dish would be raw, as most spiralizing recipes are. I bought my spiralizer several years ago to add some new textures to raw dishes and a new way to eat veggies and fruits - something fun and different. I had seen zucchini "noodles" at a holistic expo and was so captivated by how tasty they were, I went and ordered one on Amazon almost as soon as I got home.

Those "noodles" were raw and intended for a raw, vegan audience. This is a really fun cookbook. When I first came across it, I thought every dish would be raw, as most spiralizing recipes are. I bought my spiralizer several years ago to add some new textures to raw dishes and a new way to eat veggies and fruits - something fun and different. I had seen zucchini "noodles" at a holistic expo and was so captivated by how tasty they were, I went and ordered one on Amazon almost as soon as I got home.

Those "noodles" were raw and intended for a raw, vegan audience. This is what I was expecting from Inspiralized. But what I found was so much more. There isn't much that Ali Maffucci won't spiralize - zucchini, butternut squash, potatoes, celery root, cucumbers, kohlrabi, apples, even broccoli stalks (something I just tried last night and it worked great)! The list goes on and she has probably tried just about every different fruit or veggie to spiralize, making the workload easier for all of us. And it's all in her new cookbook.

The book includes a little bit of her story, how to set up your kitchen, detailed instructions on how to spiralize different kinds of fruits and vegetables, options for healthy ingredients, and oodles of noodles. She wanted to keep the recipes as healthy as possible, so she has eliminated milk, butter, sugar and most of the gluten. She specifies which meals are completely gluten-free and the level of difficulty in creating them. Her correlating website, Inspiralized.com, is chock-full of videos, more recipes, instructions, and the infamous spiralizer that she created that's now for sale.

The most fun part of her book is that many of the "noodles" or "rice" dishes are cooked. I hadn't seen this before and when I had tried it in the past, the veggies fell apart. Still delicious, but no longer a noodle. I love that Ali has mastered this part and is sharing it with all of us. And yes, it works. My broccoli stalk noodles came out awesome.

I am definitely inspiralized by her this book and can't wait to try more of the dishes. If you want to add more fun to your meals, as well as health and vitality, this book is definitely worth a try. As it turns out, spiralizing has been commonplace in Asia for quite some time to add beauty, texture, and interest to dishes. I completely agree. It's a lot of fun and the product comes out delicious. After you decide what kind of spiralizer you'd like (which to me is about size and storage - as they are both easy to use and get the job done), get to it and have some fun!

Happy spiralizing!

*This book was given to me by Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review.

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5

Feb 24, 2015

I am not trying to live a gluten free or paleo diet at all, but I love the fun way to use new vegetables and cut calories in the process that happens when you spiralize vegetables! The veggie rice and pasta recipies from Ali Maffucci's Inspiralized blog have been big hits in my house, and I love the new cookbook as well. It's totally different recipes than the website. I love the nutritional info in each recipe, and the "how to" section for each fruit and vegetable. I do wish that there was a I am not trying to live a gluten free or paleo diet at all, but I love the fun way to use new vegetables and cut calories in the process that happens when you spiralize vegetables! The veggie rice and pasta recipies from Ali Maffucci's Inspiralized blog have been big hits in my house, and I love the new cookbook as well. It's totally different recipes than the website. I love the nutritional info in each recipe, and the "how to" section for each fruit and vegetable. I do wish that there was a picture for each recipe, but most do have one. So far I have made noodles with potatoes, broccoli stems(really!), butternut squash, parsnips, apple, and jicama. I've also made a "rice" dish with daikon radishes. Hoping to try a lot more out soon! I can think of at least 3 people I think should get this book right away! ...more
5

May 14, 2015

Ever since the "zucchini noodles" became popular, there have been a huge boom over the healthier versions of pastas, lasagnas, and other yummy foods that might not be so good for our waist. But Ali from Inspiralized revolutionized this trend and made it possible to have all that yumminess and still stay on track of weight loss and maintaining the healthy lifestyle.

Even before the book was released, I was obsessed with her blog. Pinterest, other blog posts, she was everywhere. I was so happy Ever since the "zucchini noodles" became popular, there have been a huge boom over the healthier versions of pastas, lasagnas, and other yummy foods that might not be so good for our waist. But Ali from Inspiralized revolutionized this trend and made it possible to have all that yumminess and still stay on track of weight loss and maintaining the healthy lifestyle.

Even before the book was released, I was obsessed with her blog. Pinterest, other blog posts, she was everywhere. I was so happy when I found out that she is releasing a full book full of recipes and amazing things that you can do with a simple twist of spiralizer. I just bought a brand new one with lots of fancy additions and so far loving the recipes from the book! I was surprised that there was also a section on desserts but that will definitely satisfy my horrible sweet tooth! ...more
3

Jul 04, 2016

I spotted this at my local library and was drawn to the cover because I am trying to embrace "zoodles" more and have one of the smaller "As Seen on TV" veggie spiralizers. I read this with Ms. Maffucci's website open so I could use Pinterest to pin recipes I wanted to try. Would I invest in a larger spiralizer to make more of her recipes? I'm not entirely sure. However, I was able to grab a few new ideas for light, fresh, and healthy summer meals.
2

Aug 16, 2016

I bought this book after finding a lot of great recipes on Inspiralized website.
Unfortunately this book disappoints with a limited amount of pictures.
When I get a cookbook I want to see how a particular dish will look.
Beautiful pictures are a must for me where it comes to cookbooks, but this book has only a small amount of pictures.
5

Jul 23, 2015

Interesting ideas ,of course you need the spiral cutter to execute the recipes but they are readily available at a wide range of prices and efficiency. The recipes are inventive and are great for the vegan and gluten-free people. Tasty for all other people too.
5

Aug 25, 2017

I loved the book. I re-imagined and re-invented my kitchen. lol. I love eathing healthier and the decorations I'm making with the spiralizer are "jaw-dropping" hahah. I think it is a great recipe book.

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