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Books > Cooking > Nutrition & Special Diets > Low Fat

Low Cholesterol Cuisine
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9780864115201
Pages
96
Dimensions
210 x 278 x 0mm
Released
Availability
Out of Print
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Description

Part of the Bay Cookery Collection

Margaret Gee's 'Low Cholesterol Cuisine' offers mouthwatering proof that healthy eating can be delicious eating. Readers, and most importantly, eaters will see that heart-healthy living is a matter of moderation, not deprivation. These recipes are so low in fat that they allow the use of oils and fats elsewhere in the diet, permitting a special treat on a regular basis. Unlike most books whose recipes need to have the fat reduced, this one offers the option of adding a bit of fat, say in the form of healthful olive oil.

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