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Garlic has long been known for its healing qualities, mainly its effect on the treatment and prevention of numerous diseases. However, the health benefits of this cholesterol-lowering food have typically been lost in the fat- and butter-laden garlic recipes that are usually prepared. In this healthful guide, lowfat cooking instructor Linda Ferrari liberates garlic from this shackle, offering over 125 lowfat, delicious recipes that make use of garlic's tantalizing taste and many healing properties.
Enjoy such dishes as:
Chicken Smothered in Garlic
Grilled Corn on the Cob
Potato Garlic Soup
Chicken Pasta with Plum Wine
Jill's Spicy Chili
Chicken and Beans in Endive
Lemon-Grilled Cornish Hens
Poached Salmon Steaks
Red and Yellow Pepper Soup
Grilled Orange Roughy in Orange Sauce
Pork Leg Roast
Sweet and Spicy Potatoes
And since the healing properties of garlic work best in its raw form, Ferrari presents many recipes that incorporate tasty uses of raw garlic. Each recipe in this healthful guide also includes a complete nutritional breakdown with information on fat content, cholesterol, carbohydrates, calories, protein, and fiber.
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Garlic — So Good, and So Good for You!About the Author:
Linda Ferrari is the author of Jams, Jellies & Preserves and Salsas, Chutneys & Relishes from Prima's Good Gifts from the Home series. She also wrote Prima's Good-for-You series and Weekday Gourmet. She owns a cooking school in Granite Bay, California, where she teaches classes on lowfat, healthful cooking.
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Book Description Prima Lifestyles, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX0761514449