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Fish, Vegetable, Cheese and Chicken Cook Book

by David Scott

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0747502226, Hardcover)

This book combines the expertise of its author with the specialist knowledge of four major food authorities - the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Information Bureau, the National Dairy Council, the British Chicken Information Service and the Sea Fish Industry Authority. The book reflects the current culinary and nutritional interest in the idea of demivegetarianism. The dietary beliefs and practices that are the basis of demivegetarianism are being adopted by increasing numbers of people. The new devotees include those who are attracted to the idea of vegetarianism, but do not wish to renounce meat altogether; those who wish to cut out red meat from their diet; long-term vegetarians who want to include some fish and chicken in their diet and health-conscious food enthusiasts interested in low-fat food. This collection of recipes should appeal to those who care about good food and healthy eating and enjoy a mixed diet of vegetarian foods, fish and chicken. David Stott is also the author of "The Thirty-Minute Vegetarian" and "The Demiveg cookbook".

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