THE LOW CHOLESTEROL COOKBOOK by Mabel Cavaiani

THE LOW CHOLESTEROL COOKBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

If you're in dead earnest about a low-cholesterol-fat regimen, Myra Waldo's book (see below) supplies much more extensive and firmer information, but this contains a good selection of straightforward, slightly herbal dishes, as well as desserts, breads and some ""foreign"" specialities. Needless to say, the cook should check key recipes for spices and salt which a doctor might restrict for cardiac or overweight patients. Some prepared ingredients are included (salad oil, instant mashed potatoes, margarine) but, as the author suggests, it's wise to check the labels.

Pub Date: June 1st, 1972
Publisher: Regnery