American Heart Association Cookbook

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Random House Large Print, 1993 - Cooking - 651 pages
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American Heart Association is the nation's most trusted authority on heart-healthful living and diet, and now the American Heart Association Cookbook, 5th Edition (Abridged), will set a new standard in healthful and delicious eating.
With more than 340 recipes, including hundreds of new dishes, this fully revised and updated edition proves that you don't have to eat a boring or spartan diet to eat deliciously and well. Dishes such as Chicken Jambalaya, Arborio Salad with Artichokes, and Lime Chiffon Pie will bring a touch of sophistication to your table. Or take a world tour of such ethnic delicacies as Greek Pasta Salad, Easy Lamb Curry, or Cuban Black Beans. You can also choose from dozens of new vegetarian entrees. And with the AHA's suggestions, you'll be able to adapt treasured family recipes and turn them into new heart-healthful classics.
Every recipe has been kitchen-tested and includes a complete nutritional breakdown of total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, calories, and more.

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Low fat and low cholesterol recipes. Many favorites have been modified using heart healthy ingredients. For example, in their loaf breads they use oil instead of butter or shortening, and the breads are moist and good. Read full review

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Many of the recent slew of health-conscious cookbooks base their recipes on the American Heart Association guidelines; now there's a new edition from the source. Half the recipes were revised, many ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
Shopping for a Healthy Heart
27
Cooking for a Healthy Heart
52
How to Adapt Recipes
70
How to Use These Recipes
78
Definitions
619
Index
627
Copyright

About the author (1993)

The American Diabetes Association is the nation's leading voluntary health organization supporting diabetes research, information, and advocacy. The ADA is the leading publisher of comprehensive diabetes information.

The American Heart Association, based in Dallas, Texas, is the largest voluntary health organization fighting heart disease and stroke, with local affiliates serving the entire United States. Its bestselling cookbook library has more than 4 million copies in print.

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