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Eating the Greek Way: More Than 100 Fresh and Delicious Recipes from Some of the Healthiest People in the World
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The pristine beaches, azure sea, and historic richness of Greece arent the only reasons Americans are attracted to the Greek way of lifethe juicy ripe tomatoes, creamy feta, and aromatic olive oil are just a few of the intensely satisfying flavors we just cant seem to get enough of. Eating the Greek Way captures the freshness of Mediterranean cooking with more than 100 delicious and healthful dishes that will help you look and feel greatand bring the rich experience of the Greek Islands into your everyday life.
The beauty of Eating the Greek Way is that every tantalizing meal in this book can help you lose weight and improve your health. Using the foundations of olive oil, garlic, wine, fish, nuts, yogurt, cheese, whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and lean proteinsingredients found in a supermarketthese wholesome dishes will delight every palate. Reinvigorating familiar ingredients in a new way, Eating the Greek Way shares irresistible recipes, including Baked Prawns with Feta and Tomatoes, Spanish Chicken Casserole with Green Lentils, Lamb with Apricots and Almonds, and Passion Fruit Crème Brûlée.
Packed with vibrant color photographs of the dishes as well as beautiful pictures of the landscape that inspired them, Eating the Greek Way is a treat for the senses and will revolutionize the way you think about healthful eating.
"Eating the Greek Way" captures the freshness of Mediterranean cooking with more than 100 delicious and healthful dishes that will help one look and feel great--and bring the rich experience of the Greek Islands into everyday life.
About the Author
Fedon Alexander Lindberg, M.D., was born and raised in Greece, where he learned to appreciate the good things in life. The genetic propensity to diabetes in his family led him to become a specialist in internal medicine and endocrine disorders. Having pursued his postdoctorate fellowship at the University of California, San Diego, he now runs four highly successful clinics in Norway, where he lives. A household name in Scandinavia, Dr. Lindberg is also an enthusiastic cook and food writer with several bestselling books, including The Greek Doctor’s Diet. This is his first cookbook to be published in the United States.
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