THE SUCARYL COOKBOOK OF SUGAR-FREE RECIPES by Sara Hervey Watts

THE SUCARYL COOKBOOK OF SUGAR-FREE RECIPES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

If you are not one that holds with purely organic-based ingestion, this dieting cookbook, plumping the use of Sucaryl, a sugar substitute, may aid in sweetening the swearing off. Sodium and calcium cyclamates, under the brand name Sucaryl, come in both liquid and granular forms, and both, declares the author, cook well. Miss Watts calls forth facts about figures little grains of sugar create the poundage little drops of Sucaryl aid in lopping off. The recipes--desserts, breads, jellies, salads, etc. all include a caloric count, nutritional analysis and food exchange information. Also--a sugar-Sucaryl equivalency chart. Sweet talk for ravenous dieters.

Pub Date: Nov. 21st, 1968
Publisher: Random House