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High Speed, Low Fat
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9780330361347
Pages
168
Dimensions
135 x 205 x 0mm
Released
Availability
Out of Print
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Description

Do you want to eat your favourite fast foods but prefer a light, nutritious version of the high-fat, hight-salt, high-sugar foods that everyone usually eats? Do you want to prepare recipes quickly with a minimum of fuss? Do you want to eat delicious foods that are still healthy? Then 'High Speed Low Fat' is for you.

Contains 100 low-fat recipes that are quick to prepare and fuss-free - each one taking less than 30 minutes to cook - plus there are lots of clever time saving cooking tips.

'High Speed Low Fat' lets you indulge your cravings without the guilt.

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