"Low-carb cooking. So, meat for breakfast, meat for lunch and meat for dinner, with a side helping of cream, right? Wrong. How about onion bhajias, sesame stir-fried duck and a fabulously retro Black Forest trifle for pudding (yes! pudding!)." If you're very good, we'll even show you how to make a low-carb cheese and ham toastie. Here is the most ingenious, least diety diet food in the world - but eating this way has resulted in tens of thousands of women losing unbelievable amounts of weight.Packed with brand spanking new recipes from the authors and Bee Rawlinson - a veritable Nigella for low-carbers - this book features over 100 delicious and simple recipes for breakfasts, snacks, soups, main meals, treats and desserts, including quick and easy recipes which just use five ingredients; food for people who live alone and want something wonderful to eat that doesn't involve six different pans and new ways to make you love your veg, plus ideas for canapes, travelling and picnic snacks, breakfast alternatives and lots more...With each recipe geared to a phase in the "Idiot-Proof Diet", this fantastic cookbook will inspire you, delight you, and - best of all - make you shrink like you wouldn't believe.
India Knight is the author of My Life on a Plate, Don't You Want Me, and The Shops. She is columnist for The Sunday Times and is a mother of three. Neris Thomas is a film producer and artist, she lives in London and is married with one daughter. Bee Rawlinson is a mother of four from Devon who came to Neris & India's attention through her delicious recipes on the Pig2Twig forum, the Diet's website.