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Healthy Kitchen: Recipes for a Better Body, Life and Spirit

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2002

    User friendly and easy to understand

    Although I approached this title with some misgivings because of the negative comments I had read about it, I was happy to find that it is a worthwhile volume after all. Some of the dishes described take a little time to prepare, but they are not complicated. Most of the recipes rely on widely available ingredients, and the calorie and nutritional breakdowns provide an added bonus. Dr. Weil's advice is sensible and helpful without being extreme, and since many readers of this book may not be familiar with his other works, I see nothing wrong with his dietary philosophy being promoted through this particular medium, where it can reach a different audience. As Dr. Weil writes, he is a champion of the Mediterranean diet. You cannot go wrong by following his suggestions while using some of the many Mediterranean cookbooks on the market. One that I would never be without is Sonia Uvezian's 'Recipes and Remembrances from an Eastern Mediterranean Kitchen,' which offers recipes for a multitude of wholesome and delicious dishes along with a fascinating narrative that places the food in a cultural context.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2002

    A good change!

    He's done it again! This book can help us change our eating habits for the better. Although not a lot of new ionformation, it does have lots of good recepies. For those looking for a good change in their eating habits I recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2002

    Ok, but

    I was not impressed with this book. It said the recipes were quick and easy and I did not find that at all. There were also alot of ingredients that I am having a hard time finding.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2002

    Bravo!

    This book is quite good! I've cooked several of the recipes already. They were easy and took only about 15 minutes to create. The tomato corn soup and the avocado salad turned out great -- everyone enjoyed them. Bravo for the teaming up a world-class chef with a doctor who knows about healthy cooking and eating.

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