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500 Heart-Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes: Comfort Food Favorites That Both Your Family and Your Doctor Will Love

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Everyone loves the comfort-food appeal and convenience of slow cooker fare. However, traditional slow cooker recipes are high in sodium, cholesterol, and saturated fat. This book lets anyone with heart disease, hypertension, or high cholesterol enjoy flavorful, healthy versions of slow cooker favorites.

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ebook, 480 pages
Published December 1st 2010 by Fair Winds Press (MA) (first published January 1st 2010)
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Janet Barclay
I learned about this book when I was doing an online search for heart-healthy slow cooker recipes. I borrowed it from the library to see whether it was a book I'd like to add to my own collection.

Unfortunately, I didn't have as much time to explore it as I'd have liked, but I did see a lot of recipes that sounded like they'd be enjoyable to both prepare and make.

There is an entire section of recipes that aren't actually made in the slow cooker, but that will be used in the slow cooker recipes: h
Take a selection of very ordinary slow-cooker recipes, substitute no/lo salt version of relevant things (e.g. tomato paste), add 'lean' before all meat cuts, and add implausibly rah-rah descriptions of how great it'll taste and how much your family will love this dish. Et voila, you have this book.
Lots of recipes, some of which sounded really tasty, but no easy way to tell size of slow cooker needed for each.
Kathy Carter
Liked this one too, so ordered a couple copies.
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