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Super Salads by Reader's Digest

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  • ISBN 10 0276424735
  • ISBN 13 9780276424731
  • Published Apr 26 2002
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 160
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher David & Charles
  • Imprint Reader's Digest

Publishers Text

The Eat Well, Live Well series of healthy eating cookbooks will help you to look good and feel great. They present a wide range of traditional and new recipes from around the world which not only taste delicious but are good for you too. Salads are a great way to eat healthily because they can be prepared from such a wide variety of ingredients. Served warm or cold, as a side dish or the main meal, salads are a versatile dish for every occasion. In Super Salads, you'll find substantial salads suitable for a main meal, including salade nicoise, and noodle and omelette salad; ideas for quick salads such as focaccia and fennel with sardines; and salads for special occasions, such as Persian-style squash couscous. The book offers comprehensive information on eating a healthy diet, and explains the nutritional benefits that salads contribute to this. There is also an illustrated section on salad leaves, which examines which are suitable for use in different types of salad, and gives nutritional value, taste and colouring for each. The use of fruits, herbs, pulses and grains are also discussed and advice is given on how to make a good salad dressing.

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