The ideal tasty food that didn't slow you down the next day. It's possible. These cookbooks offer recipes for delicious meals with a bonus low fat. They're healthy, nutrious, and you'll still be in top form the day after.
The Ultimate Low-Fat Mexican Cookbook
by Anne Lindsay Greer. Gulf Publications, 1995.
Rogers Gray Italian Country Cook Book
by Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers. Random House, 1995.
Secrets of Fat Free Chinese Cooking
by Ying Chang. Avery Publishing Group, 1997.
Laurel's Kitchen Bread Book by Laurel Robertson. Random House, 1985.
The Ultimate Bread Book Cook Book
by Tom Lacalamita. Simon & Schuster, 1993.
More Vegetables Please by Janet Fletcher. Harlow & Ratner, 1992.
Bread for All Season by Beth Henspanger. Chronicle Books, 1995.
Cooking with Friends by Amy Lyles Wilson. Rutledge Hill Press, 1995.
500 Low Fat Fruit & Vegetable Recipes
by Sara Schlesinger. Villard Books, 1995.
Have Your Cake and Eat it Too
by Susan G. Purdy. William Morrow, 1993.
Fork in the Road
by Chef Paul Prudhomme. William Morrow, 1993.
Miami Spice by Steven Raichlen. Workman Publications, 1993.
Spanish Cooking by Pepita Aris. Chartwell Books, 1997.
The Essential Mexican Cookbook
by Heather Thomas. Running Press, 1995.
James Beard's New Fish Cookery
by James A. Beard. Little & Brown, 1994.
Eat to Beat Cancer by J. Robert, Phd. Hatherill. Renaissance Books, 1998.
Food for Life: The Cancer Prevention Cookbook
by Richard Bohannon, Terri Pischoff, Kathy M. Pakosh. Contemporary Books, 1998.
Gary Null's Ultimate Anti-Aging Program
by Gary Null. Kensington Pub Corp, 1999.
American Heart Association Quick & Easy Cookbook: More Than 200 Healthful Recipes You Can Make in Minutes
by American Heart Association. Times Books, 1998.
Dr. Gaynor's Cancer Prevention Program
by Jerry Hickey, Mitchell L. Gaynor, Gerard P. Hickey . Kensington Pub Corp, 1999.
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