As a thank you to all our wonderful members that bought our first Getting Started cookbook, we have released a FREE super-dough ebook collating some awesome member recipes using the super-dough recipe from Getting Started. We hope you enjoy x
21 May, 2017
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15 comments on “FREE Super-Dough Ebook”
Can’t wait to get this book. Love all your recipes from your previous 2 books. Just started this woe 3 weeks ago & down 3kilos – so happy
I would love free super dough ebook
It’s linked above, just click on the link and it will be yours! 🙂
hi Going to start tomorrow , but I cannot find the super dough receipt plse help
Hi Moira, the super-dough recipe is found in our first LCHF cookbook Getting Started. This free ebook full of superdough recipes is a thank you to all our supporters who purchased our first cookbook.
Hi I am looking forward to making these Tuna Croquettes, they look divine.
[…] Super dough pizza’s (from Getting Started cookbook) or take inspiration from our free super dough ebook with super dough or sausage rolls. […]
Cant wait to see the recipes in this book
So excited for the book loving this way of eating
CAN’T wait to try this book
Looking forwarding to trying this book
Yes please, I’m 5kg down and feeling great. ?
Love the superdough.
Just wandering if it can be stored in the fridge or freezer if not using straight away? If so, how long does it last and do you have any other tips for storage?
Yes you can store it in the fridge up to 5 days, wrapped, take it out and leave it on the bench for 20 minutes before trying to roll it out. You can freeze it however i prefer to make it into bases and cook them prior to freezing. This is not necessary but it is more convenient.