Complete Taste of Life: Better Living Through Better Eating : Low Fat, Low Cholesterol, No Added Sugar Or Salt, High Fiber

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Tuttle Pub, May 1, 1993 - Cooking - 304 pages
Based on the premise that better eating makes for better living, this amazing cookbook offers 650 healthy and delicious recipes for everything from smart breakfasts and light lunches to hearty meals and sumptuous desserts, all low in fat, sugar, and cholesterol and high in fiber. Photographs.

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Contents

Introduction
6
Soups
13
Horsdoeuvres Dips Pates Terrines
31
Vegetarian Dishes
41
Fish Seafood
61
Poultry
79
Meat
93
Pasta Rice Dishes
115
Sandwiches Pizzas Pitas Savoury Snacks
163
Desserts Ice Creams
175
Cakes Cookies Slices
201
Breads Cereals Muffins Scones
211
Jam Savoury Spreads Chutneys Sauces Preserves
231
Juices Drinks Punches
245
Recipes for the Microwave
255
General Index
296

Salads Dressings
129
Vegetables Vegetable Dishes
145
Microwave Index
304
Copyright

About the author (1993)

Julie Stafford is the highly acclaimed author of the bestselling Taste of Life cookbooks, which have sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide. When her husband, Bruce, was diagnosed as having cancer, Julie became vitally interested in the relationship between diet and disease. She modified her favorite recipes and invented new ones that were low in fat and cholesterol, had no added sugar or salt, were high in fiber, and tasted delicious. Publication of her first Taste of Life cookbook followed Bruce's remarkable remission.

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