Sarah Wilson's I Quit Sugar: Slow Cooker Cookbook is a collection of 85 healthy, low-sugar slow cooker recipes.
In the introduction, Sarah explains why she decided to write the book, explaining that she had personally found that "the easiest way to eat simply and sustainably was with [a slow cooker]...a slow cooker is sustainable in every sense" (p. 1).
She explains that the recipes are designed to contain very little or no sugar, are perfect for busy people, most can be made using just one pot, the recipes are designed to feed six people (possibly leaving leftovers for meals on the following day), and the recipes are cheap, yet nutrient-dense.
The book has a solid amount of information on the benefits of slow-cooking, and contains recipes for a large variety of dishes, such as soups, stews, sides, cakes and puddings, curries, roasts and stock.
The book is perfect for those participating in the I Quit Sugar program, or for those following a low sugar diet, such as Paleo.
It's also a good recipe book for anyone wanting to try some new and varied slow-cooker recipes, even if they're not following a low-sugar diet or eating plan.
Out of the 85 recipes, around 28 are vegetarian (this includes some mains, sides, sweet dishes, and basics like veggie stock and tomato sauce), so meat-eaters will probably get more out of it, although Sarah suggests that some of the recipes can be adjusted by swapping meat for vegetable protein or beans.