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400 Calorie Italian - Easy Mix-and-Match Recipes for a Skinnier You! - cover

400 Calorie Italian - Easy Mix-and-Match Recipes for a Skinnier You!

Good Housekeeping

Publisher: Hearst

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Summary

Low-calorie Italian recipes—with photos—from an iconic lifestyle brand, “all the titles in this series help families plan easy, healthful meals.” (Library Journal) 
 
Pizza, pasta, Parmesan: Italian food is so good. But can you eat these foods and lose weight? Yes—with Good Housekeeping's luscious 400-calorie variations. They feature the flavorful use of wholesome veggies and grains, lowfat meats and seafood, and heart-healthy olive oil, all foods that distinguish the Mediterranean diet. With such dishes as Veal Parmigiana, Trattoria-Style Shrimp Fettucine, Caramelized Onion and Goat Cheese Panini, you won't even feel like you're dieting!
Available since: 04/02/2013.
Print length: 162 pages.

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