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by JoAnna M. Lund,Barbara Alpert

eBook Cooking Healthy with a Pressure Cooker: A Healthy Exchanges Cookbook (Healthy Exchanges Cookbooks) download ISBN: 0399533753
Author: JoAnna M. Lund,Barbara Alpert
Publisher: TarcherPerigee (December 4, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 256
ePub: 1570 kb
Fb2: 1771 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Crafts and Home
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Healthy recipes for any kind of pressure cooker. JoAnna M. Lund was the author of many books, including Healthy Exchanges Cookbook, HELP: Healthy Exchanges Lifetime Plan, and Make a Joyful Table.

Healthy recipes for any kind of pressure cooker. A graduate of the University of Western Illinois, Lund founded Healthy Exchanges, a company that published a monthly newsletter, booklets, and inspirational audio and videotapes.

Cooking Healthy with a F. .has been added to your Cart . I consider Healthy Exchange cookbooks to be the "workhorse" of the kitchen meaning the recipes are dependable but nothing that will knock your socks off flavor wise. Recommend with caveats given.

Healthy recipes for any kind of pressure cooker JoAnna M. Lund was the author of many books, including Healthy Exchanges . Whether they're cooked in an old-fashioned pressure cooker or a new, electronic, programmable one, delicious dishes are only a few steps away with these Healthy Exchanges(r) low-fat, low-sugar, heavenly creations-soup to nuts. Barbara Alpert is the author of No Friend Like a Sister, 30 Minutes to Mealtime, Another Potful of Recipes, Baking with Splenda, Cooking Healthy with a Pressure Cooker, Cooking for Two, and The Love of Friends. JoAnna Lund once again proves that healthy eating can-and should-be finger-licking good. In Healthy recipes for any kind of pressure cooker.

JoAnna M. Lund was the author of many books, including Healthy Exchanges Cookbook, HELP: Healthy Exchanges Lifetime Plan . ▲. Have a question about this product?

JoAnna M. She became a recognized spokeswoman for healthier eating, landing features in the New York Times, People, and Forbes, appearing on radio shows, and starring in her own cooking show, JoAnna Lund's HELP Yourself. Lund died of breast cancer in 2006.

A Healthy Exchanges Cookbook. By JoAnna M. Lund and Barbara Alpert. Healthy recipes for any kind of pressure cooker. Whether they’re cooked in an old-fashioned pressure cooker or a new, electronic, programmable one, delicious dishes are only a few steps away with these Healthy Exchanges(r) low-fat, low-sugar, heavenly creations-soup to nuts. In addition to approximately 200 quick-and-easy recipes, the book includes

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Healthy recipes for any kind of pressure cooker. Whether they're cooked in an old-fashioned pressure cooker or a new, electronic, programmable one, delicious dishes are only a few steps away with these Healthy Exchanges(r) low-fat, low-sugar, heavenly creations-soup to nuts. JoAnna Lund once again proves that healthy eating can-and should-be finger-licking good. In addition to approximately 200 quick-and-easy recipes, the book includes: - Best pressure cooker tips for success - How to create a Healthy Exchanges(r) pantry - A Healthy Exchanges(r) chopping chart for easier preparation - JoAnna's Ten Commandments of Successful Cooking - How to read a Healthy Exchanges(r) recipe
Comments: (7)
Fato
I was hoping to find some new and healthy recipes for my pressure cooker in this cookbook, but was disappointed. I don't eat pork as it isn't a healthy meat, in my opinion, yet there were pork recipes included. Also, there were many recipes with creamed soups, worcestershire sauce, beef broth and beef bouillion which are filled with MSG. Monosodium glutamate causes many people to become ill. I also don't believe artificial sweeteners, such as Splenda, are good for your health, either. The book did have several healthy recipes, but not enough to call it a totally "healthy" cookbook. The author made a good attempt at cutting down the fat, etc. in the recipes by using low fat products and light margarine, but it still left a lot to be desired in the way of really healthy meals.
MeGa_NunC
I ordered this sight unseen to give as a gift, along with a pressure cooker. It is NOT what I was looking for, and so am sending it back. I'm writing the review so you can decide if it is a fit for you.

Many - most - recipes in this cookbook include ingredients like "Healthy Request" soups, Kraft parmesan "style" cheese, I Can't Believe It's Not Butter margarine, Minute Rice, and Splenda. This is a bit different from what I had in mind when I read the description of "low-fat, low-sugar" and "healthy." I usually look for natural ingredients, as much as possible, rather than prepackaged, and that's what my expectation was for this book.

The recipes may well taste just fine, but my personal preference is to cook with ingredients as close to natural as possible - so if that is what you are looking for too, look elsewhere.

I do believe Ms. Lund is right on track in encouraging healthy eating. If it works for you in improving your eating to use some of the ingredients she includes, then go for it! Every step in the right direction is a good one.
Fordrellador
ThankYou
Fearlesshunter
I was pretty disappointed with the recipes in this book. I haven't found a single recipe that appeals to me. The book is full of recipes recommending "brand specific" ingredients such as cans of tomato soup, cans of beans or a packages of frozen mixed vegetables.

I'd like to use my pressure cooker to prepare fresh food.

I'll keep the book because every once in a while its nice to make a quickie meal from the emergency shelf., but I don't think it will ever land a spot with my favorites.

Can you imagine making corned beef & cabbage with frozen sliced carrots and packages of shredded corned beef and cream of mushroom soup?
Darksinger
I read the reviews before purchasing this book and read one about a WW person who liked it. I'm so glad I purchased this book. It is one of my favorite cookbooks. If you are on WW, you will easily be able to figure your point value for all food items. The recipes are easy and really use what most people have already in their cupboards. I find I favor using my pressure cooker and use this recipe book 3 or more times a week. I really did not use my pressure cooker before I had this cookbook because I wasn't really sure how to change the "regular" recipes into WW recipes easily. This makes the muss and fuss out of it. I love this book!!!
Molace
AWESOME COOKBOOK
Rageseeker
Started using my slow cooker and enjoy the freedom from cooking. The receipes are great so I will have to do some more cooking and I hate to cook
All these recipes require a more expensive dual pressure cooker. That 10 psi WalMart won't cut it.
BESIDES
Useless table of contents. Useless Index. Extensive use of brand names in ingredients. Why would you ever use Uncle Ben's minute rice in a pressure cooker? (Pfaugh) ( I later learned that minute rice has a lower glycemic index) Lot's and Lot's of canned food usage.
In short, fit enough for Iowans perhaps.
And the nutrition information on the recipes is in unreadable mouse print.
I give it a C plus on the recipes IF you have a low pressure capable cooker. But us Californicans turn our noses up at canned food and minute rice.