Top critical review
Nearly incoherent, just like some of the reviews here
Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2020
This is not a normal cookbook. It reads like a collection of recipes taken from the internet, scanned using a bad OCR program, and run through a bad thesaurus app so maybe it wouldn’t be outright plagiarism. It is at times incoherent, as are some of the 5 star reviews trying to praise it. I ended up skimming the book out of a mix of insomnia and curiosity to try to understand why someone would do this.
I included a few pictures, including one hyping the recipe for ‘Clammy cornbread biscuits’ which includes 1.5 cups of cornmeal and an equal amount of flour and is obviously not keto.
If you get past that and decide to check out the recipes, you’ll find lots of generic filler content before you get to the ingredients, and after them. Some pages have probably been copied and pasted into the text in six different places, making the book longer to game Kindle Unlimited’s system, which pays authors by pages read or skimmed.
By the way, “mozzarella cheddar, destroyed” means shredded mozzarella cheese. The word ‘cheddar’ is substituted for ‘cheese’ throughout. And every time you see ‘hitter’ it’s supposed to say ‘batter.’ “Overwhelming cream” is probably just heavy cream.
I simply can’t understand how anyone self-published this mess.
Update: Those incoherent 5 star reviews for this book have something else in common — most of those reviewers have all reviewed exactly the same books, most of them on cooking, Cricut (the craft thing), and computer programming. And every book got 5 stars from every reviewer.
What are the odds?