Easy Diet Recipes: 70 Recipes. First Edition.

Jenny Cameron
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This cooking recipe e-book should be easy to follow, as healthy-minded as possible.

This diet recipes e-book is the First Edition and has a total of 70 recipes, which 2 are Tofu Recipes, 5 Breakfast, 7 Soups, 8 Salads, 20 Meat Recipes, 5 Rice, 5 Vegetables, 5 Spreads & Tapenade, 5 Vinaigrette & Sauces, 5 Desserts and 3 Lemonades & Shake.

The most important part in this cooking manual are the spices and herbs. So, make sure to stock up on all these ingredients in your kitchen pantry ready.

Before starting to follow any of the recipes below, please read on the topic of ‘Ways to eat better & achieve weight loss’ section.

I hope you will enjoy cooking, enjoy your journey to healthy eating and that you achieve your weight loss goals, sensibly of course.

 

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About the author

The recipes within this e-book took me forever to put together, I had to incorporate my experiences, my love of Indonesian food, on and off diet foods and skills from my childhood kitchen memories, up to my adulthood today. I am half Indonesian (from my mother) and half European, I spent my childhood years living in Jakarta Indonesia and two years in Singapore, I would dine and eat at the side streets vendors of Jakarta and food courts of Singapore, also top 5 stars restaurants. I then spent majority of my adult years in Europe and now living in Canada.

I have experience working in a busy kitchen, in a Japanese Sushi restaurant, mainly responsible for the starters and desserts, and I also worked as a solo cook at a child care facility, feeding 60 children was not easy. Children are fussy eaters, the most honest critics, and I got accustomed to incorporating healthy eating as paramount when designing their menus and shopping list.

I hope you will find this e-book easy to follow, as tasty to your tongue pallets as it can be and that you will have only good reviews for me. Check out my other editions, ‘Easy Authentic Indonesian Cooking’ and few others.

I would also like to thank my children who motivate me every day in my creativity.

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Publisher
Jenny Cameron
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Published on
Apr 16, 2018
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Pages
182
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Best For
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Language
English
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Genres
Health & Fitness / Diet & Nutrition / Diets
Health & Fitness / Diet & Nutrition / Weight Loss
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This content is DRM protected.
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Eligible for Family Library

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