The Low Carb Luxury Newsletter: 
Volume III / Number 01: January 11, 2002
      Table of Contents
  1. Welcome (New Format!) and "Product Of The Month"
  2. Lora's Column: "In The News?"
  3. The Advice Lady Answers Your Questions
  4. Cooking TLC with Karen Rysavy
  5. Richard's Random Thoughts: – "The World Around Me..."
  6. Recipes! – "Hearty Winter Dishes"
  7. Answering Our Letters


      Welcome

With this issue, the Low Carb Luxury Newsletter begins it's third Volume and a new year. So it's only appropriate that this issue ushers in a new format and an easier way to read and navigate the newsletter. Think of it as more of a magazine! The most current issue will always be available to subscribers online and you'll still be notified of each new issue via your regular email subscription. Back issues will be archived as they've always been at our Back Issue page.

Other changes are in the works for Low Carb Luxury as well. We'll be debuting our support forums soon (we'll make an announcement!) and will be restructuring our product reviews to make them easier to locate by product. There's more coming too, so stay tuned!



      Product of thr Month

Our product review team will feature 2 (two) "Products Of The Month" one in each issue of our newsletter. These products will be the group consensus of those we find to be the most innovative, tasty, or helpful to the low-carber's daily dietary regime.

Irene's Health Bread Irene's Health Bakery Bread: There are a lot of great bread options for low-carbers now-days. We have some terrific
make-from-scratch recipes, easy to bake mixes (for both Bread Machines and "Quick Breads"), and more than one merchant offers prebaked loaves. But so far, we have found Irene's Health Bakery Bread to be the one we always keep onhand — at least one loaf in the freezer at all times.

It's a little higher carb than some of the above options (and less than others) at 4 carbohydrate grams per slice. But it's VERY convenient, pre-sliced, and is the most like "supermarket" bread (though more like Pepperidge Farm® than Wonder®.) You get about 18 slices to a loaf, and it's perfect for sandwiches, french toast, or anything where a hearty bread is called for. It contains no high fructose corn syrup, sugars of any kind, or preservatives. In fact, the ingredients are quite simple: unbleached/unbromated flour, water, gluten flour, vinegar, yeast and sea salt.

We get it at our local health food store and have had no problems getting other health food stores to carry it when requested. Our nearest one keeps it in their freezer area and I can always get a loaf or two after work when I've been too busy to do any baking. If you absolutely can't get it locally, it's available online at The Low Carb Connoisseur Bakery.



PAGE 1     PAGE 2     PAGE 3     PAGE 4     PAGE 5     PAGE 6     PAGE 7    




home    welcome    my story    journal    shopping    beginners guide    tips    discussion forums    product spotlight    recipes    faq    articles
announcements    books    links    news    dining out    contact    online magazine    make a donation    site map    site search    guestbook

Contents copyright © 1999 – 2003 Low Carb Luxury.   All rights reserved.  Use of this site constitutes your acceptance of our Terms and Conditions.   No reproduction without expressed written consent.  Site Development by:  Accent Design Studios.