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Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite
Spiralizer Cookbook (170 Tasty, Easy-to-Make Recipes Everyone Will Love) by Stephanie Collins is a delightful cookbook that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adults and adults who enjoy using a spiralizer or wish to learn about how to use a spiralizer in cooking. This book has three chapters: Chapter one, Spiralizing 101, Chapter two, benefits of spiralizing, and Chapter three, spiralizer recipes. This book is not just a list of spiralizer recipes, but also an introduction guide to the spiralizer cooking style.
Spiralizer Cookbook (170 Tasty, Easy-to-Make Recipes Everyone Will Love) by Stephanie Collins is a well-organized cookbook. I particularly liked the way that chapter three was broken down into subsections based on the main ingredient that was be used with the spiralizer. I own a spiralizer and I have been using it for about a year, yet this book had a lot to teach me as I had no idea at the number of recipes I could make with my spiralizer. Prior to reading this book, I was only using my spiralizer on zucchini and cucumbers; I had never thought to use it on apples, pears, carrots, broccoli, or any of the numerous other ingredients that are spiralized in this cookbook. My only complaint was that each recipe was not accompanied by a picture of what the finished dish would look like. Overall, I am very glad that I took the time to read this cookbook as it has really opened my eyes to the many other recipes I could be making with my spiralizer!