Here's a cookbook based on the most flexible Weight Watchers program yet, one designed to fit busy modern life styles. In keeping with today's emphasis on health and fitness, there's lots of nutrition information plus many kitchen tips to help cut down on cholesterol, fat and sodium without sacrificing flavor. Includes more than 250 recipes and 24 ...
Here's a cookbook based on the most flexible Weight Watchers program yet, one designed to fit busy modern life styles. In keeping with today's emphasis on health and fitness, there's lots of nutrition information plus many kitchen tips to help cut down on cholesterol, fat and sodium without sacrificing flavor. Includes more than 250 recipes and 24 pages of full-color photographs.
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Francisco, Gus (Photographer. New in new dust jacket. Book looks unread, copy is clean and easily readable; type Pt 10; recipes printed on yellow panels; ingredients on white. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. With dust jacket. 416 p. Audience: General/trade. Every fifty pages there is a section of half a dozen bright, gleaming color photos of food in a lovely setting. From the Acknowledgements: "In the busy test kitchens at weight Watchers International an inspired corps of chefs worked for a year developing and testing more than 250 recipes, checking them for nutritional values, ease of preparation (each recipes' preparation time is noted, most take half an hour at most). Many are coded to indicate sodium or cholesterol content or have less than 30% of their calories from fat. " "For people on the go, quick, easy, nutritious meals are a breeze. "
New in new dust jacket. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. With dust jacket. 416 p. Audience: General/trade. Cooking; General; Health & Healing; Low-calorie diet; Low-cholesterol diet; Low-fat diet; Non-Fiction; Recipes; Salt-free diet; Weight Control;
Publishers Weekly, 1990-12-21 This newest volume in the Weight Watchers series will in general serve the interests of those dedicated to the diet program--but a few caveats are in order. More than 250 recipes appear along with nutritional information, including the portion sizes that correspond to the Weight Watchers system. At a glance, the recipes sound intriguing (and not what one would expect from a diet book): a crusty roast duck with cherry relish; a hearty vegetable risotto; a prodigally rich mocha pudding pie. Still, not all are practical, and inconsistencies mar the pages. Some recipes call for sour cream, others for reduced-calorie sour cream. Many rely on hard-to-locate ingredients such as 1% buttermilk, evaporated skim milk and instant polenta (or quick-cooking cornmeal). Additionally, readers are urged to quick-cook beets and shrimp in the microwave, yet instructions are not given. Because recipes are designed to yield a small number of portions, they utilize tiny amounts of ingredients without cluing us in as to how to preserve or store what's inevitably left over. Self-sabotage is the dieter's plague; surprisingly, Weight Watchers doesn't acknowledge its potential. Photos not seen by PW. (Jan.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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