The American Medical Association Family Health Cookbook

by Brooke Dojny

Hardcover, 1997

Status

Call number

Healthy, Low-fat -- DOJ

Call number

Healthy, Low-fat -- DOJ

Publication

Atria (1997), Edition: 1, Hardcover, 528 pages

Description

Healthy eating is a simple and pleasurable way to feel your best. The long-awaited "American Medical Association Family Health Cookbook" combines good health and great taste in more than 350 enticing new recipes your family will love. The "AMA Family Health Cookbook" helps you enjoy the fresh, whole foods you need every day. It also shows you how to eat the sweets and fats you love without the guilt -- by enjoying them in moderation. Every recipe includes a nutritional analysis so you know how each dish fits into your overall diet. You'll find quick-and-easy recipes for busy cooks, after-school snacks for kids, and delicious alternatives to high-calorie classics. The recipes here offer easy, step-by-step instructions, serving suggestions, and side-dish ideas. Helpful sidebars introduce new ingredients, show you how to shop for the best products, and explain cooking techniques that produce great results. Throughout the book, you'll find charts detailing the vitamin and mineral content of fruits and vegetables, the different types of fats and oils and their cooking properties, and flavorful uses for sweet and savory herbs and spic… (more)

Physical description

528 p.; 9.4 inches

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