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The New McDougall Cookbook: 300 Delicious Low-Fat, Plant-Based Recipes Paperback – January 1, 1997
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“A gateway to greater health and better living.”—John Robbins, bestselling author of The Food Revolution
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"A good guidebook to a more healthful lifestyle. And the only skimping is on fat, not flavor."—Chicago Sun-Times
"Unlike most medically based diet plans in that it doesn't limit the amount eaten, but radically changes what is eaten and how it is prepared."—Publishers Weekly
About the Author
John McDougall, M.D., is the author of many previous books, including The McDougall Program, The McDougall Program for Maximum Weight Loss, and The New McDougall Cookbook. His latest title is The Healthiest Diet on the Planet: Why the Foods You Love-Pizza, Pancakes, Potatoes, Pasta, and More-Are the Solution to Preventing Disease and Looking and Feeling Your Best. He is the founder and director of the McDougall Program at St. Helena Hospital in Napa Valley, California, and has a nationally syndicated television show as well as a weekly radio program. He lives in Santa Rosa, California.
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So, Mary McDougall took on the challenge of creating tasting recipes from a limited number of ingredients. Many of her recipes turn out to be very tasty, because she likes to pep them up with onions, garlic, peppers and lots and lots of spices. To get started with these recipes, it is very helpful to stock up on the ten or fifteen spices she uses most.
Some recipes, especially those that start with dried beans, require a great deal of cooking time. A solution is to cook large quantities of those foods on Saturday, put them in five or six small containers, and then refrigerate or freeze them. When you come home from work, just pop a container into the microwave while you make a tossed salad.
There are many good vegetarian and vegan cookbooks. This is a good one for people who are new to vegetarian cooking and who have limited cooking experience. Although many of the recipes require time and effort, most are relatively easy and even an inexperienced cook can create tasty results.
And then buying the book with the same name. They are about a VEGAN life style.I love their recipes & didnt ever think I would follow this but I love the way I feel & I have lost 20lbs in 30 days! Also bought "The engine 2 diet". All 3 books are like our bible.My sister & her husband are doing it to & feel good & losing weight!
Worth every penny!