Eat What You Love
Eat versions of your favorite foods with lower fat, sugar, and calories.
Do you love eating foods that aren't exactly healthy, such as milkshakes, pizza, and fried-foods? Well, now you can indulge in these yummy foods without having to hit the gym afterwards thanks to Marlene Koch's Eat What You Love cookbook.
In this book, Koch provides more than 300 recipes that transform your favorite foods into healthier versions of themselves, all with less than 350-calories per serving. She eliminates the excess fat, sugar, and calories from her recipes, but manages to keep the delicious flavors in-tact. She even tackles restaurant favorites such as Chili's Beef Fajitas and Orange Chicken from your favorite Chinese take-out restaurant.
Koch's recipes are also very easy to follow and easy to make. Most recipes do not take very long to make and the accompanying photos will give you the motivation you need to get in the kitchen and start cooking. There are also healthy eating tips, nutritional information, and "Dare to Compare" sections which compare Koch's recipes to their inspiration, based on nutritional information. Koch's are always the winner.
- More than 300 recipes offer variety and plenty of options
- Easy to follow instructions
- Recipes are easy to make
- Delicious versions of your favorite foods with fewer calories and less sugar and fat
- Some recipes just make common-sense adjustments to recipes, such as fat-free sour cream instead of regular
- Not created for people who love to spend hours in the kitchen, cooking
Eat What You Love includes nutritional information for every recipe. It can easily be incorporated to work with your diet and nutrition needs.EXERCISE
This product does not offer any exercise advice.CONCLUSION
This is a good cookbook, especially if you want to eat healthier versions of the foods you already enjoy.
Koch's recipes are easy to follow and easy to prepare, so you will not be spending hours in the kitchen every day. The recipes also have tempting pictures, which can serve as motivation to lead you away from the take-out menus and into the kitchen. All of the recipes also have nutritional information, so you can see how they fit into your daily diet needs.
Another interesting aspect of this book is the "Dare to Compare" section that follows most recipes. This section shows you how Koch's recipe stacks up against the restaurant's version, and Koch's recipes are always healthier for you.Common Misspellings
Love What You Eat, Eat what you Like, Like What You Eat, Ate What You Love, Eat What You Luv
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