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Old 05-28-2002, 12:48 PM   #1
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Default Cooking Light Annual Recipes 2002 any good?

Has anyone tried:

Cooking Light Annual Recipes 2002

or a previous year? I am looking for a good low-fat cookbook. I am hoping for one that has a wide variety of foods.. not just american cooking, but chinese, indian, etc. I have checked this book out in the bookstore and looks good.. but wanted some first hand opinions. If you have any other books to suggest... let me know. Just a heads up.. I need something that isnt purely vegetarian.

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Old 05-28-2002, 08:46 PM   #2
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Hi Tanya

I don't this book. However, I do the Cooking Light web site (http://www.cookinglight.com/cooking). They have hunderds (thousands?) of free recipes there. I have tried several different ones with great success.

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Old 05-29-2002, 12:44 PM   #3
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Default Great Site

Tobey,

I totally agree that cookinglight is a great website. Thats why I am considering buying the book!

Thanks so much for letting me know what you thought... a second opinion is always good

-Tanya

P.S. I'm impressed with your running website.. I run/walk about 2.88 miles in 40 minutes.. so I am not quite up to your speed.... but I try!
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Hi Tanya

Why don't you just print and bind the recipes you like? It's what I did, so I got exactly what I wanted, and for free, too! And it's not a lot of work!
Also, try www.worldwiderecipes.com, they have fabulous links, or try www.mayoclinic.com, there are lost of recipes on that one, too.

hope this helps, too!

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Tanya:

Hey, thanks for visiting my website!

Keep up your running/walking. It has made all of the difference for me. And don't worry about speed. I'm sure not breaking any speed records. I'm more concerned with distance than speed any way.

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Default Cooking Light cookbook

I bought the Cooking Light cookbook and think it's well worth it. BTW, I found the cheapest price on it at my local Super Wal-mart--was $17 or $19 there.
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