From the Book Back
All recipes are illustrated in color, with easy-to-follow step-by-step photographs, nutritional notes, at-a-glance fat and calorie contents, and beautiful pictures of the finished dish. Over 160 authentic Italian recipes, including regional classics and contemporary creations, each containing no more than 5 grams of fat per portion, and may with less than 1 gram. Includes soups, starters, snacks, salads, meat, poultry and fish dishes, vegetarian dishes, pasta dishes, breads, desserts and baked goods. Expert advice on healthy eating, with guidelines for cutting down on fat, information on fat content and fat-free cooking techniques, and essential equipment for cooking delicious low-fat Italian food. Fat-Free Italian features a full-color photographic identification guide to Italian ingredients, including fruit, nuts, vegetables, breads, rice, grains, pulses, pasta, herbs and spices.
Fat-Free Italian by contributing Editor Anne Sheasby. From Hermes House in 2001. This semi-softcover book measures 12″ x 9-3/8″ and has 256 pages with Index.
Use the zoom feature to get a better look at the image above. I don’t think this book was used, but there is lighter storage on the covers and light handling marks on some page. No names or other writing found. From clean, smoke-free, pet-free home.
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