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Weight Watcher's More Feasts From The East
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9780684840208
Pages
80
Dimensions
214 x 218 x 0mm
Released
Availability
Out of Print
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Beef Teriyaki, Thai Green Chicken Curry, Lamb Jalfrezi and Bangkok Fish Curry - just a few of the exciting Eastern dishes which Weight Watchers has adapted to help you lose weight and still enjoy your favourite meals. For those of you who love spicy food and exotic tastes, this book offers over 60 delicious recipes to choose from: there are soups and starters, rice and noodles, vegetables and salads and plenty of curries. Whether you're in the mood for Thai, Japanese, Chinese or Indian food, you're sure to find something to hit the spot.

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