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5:2 Vegetarian : Over 100 Fuss-free & Flavourful Recipes for the Fasting Diet

By (author) Celia Brooks

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The essential recipe book for vegetarians following the 5:2 Diet. The 5:2 Diet, also known as The Fast Diet or Intermittent Fasting Diet, is hugely effective for weight loss and improving well-being. Celia Brooks has created this book to make fast days interesting, fun and painless. Everything here is healthy and vegetarian, with many vegan-friendly and gluten-free recipes. The recipes are all quick, satisfying, and nutrient-rich, yet all under 300 calories. If you're cooking for non-fasters, there are suggestions for multiplying and bulking out the meals. With advice on meal planning and stocking your kitchen, detailed nutrition counts and easy and delicious fast-day recipes for breakfast, snacks, main meals, flavour bombs and drinks, this is the book to change your life, for good.

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  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 128 x 196 x 20mm | 220g
  • 01 Sep 2014
  • PAVILION BOOKS
  • London
  • English
  • No photography
  • 1909815012
  • 9781909815018
  • 3,264

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Celia Brooks was born in Colorado, USA, and moved to Britain in 1989. She now lives in north London. She discovered a passion for cooking while working as a life model for the artist Christiane Kubrick and subsequently ran a successful vegetarian catering company. As well as writing for magazines such as 'BBC Good Food', she makes regular television appearances on the UK Food channel and gives live demonstrations at numerous cookery schools. She is the author of 'New Vegetarian', 'World Vegetarian Classics', 'Entertaining Vegetarians', 'Low-Carb and Gluten Free Vegetarian' and '5:2 vegetarian'. She currently hosts gourmet food tours of London and is an avid advocate of the 5:2 Diet.

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HoHum

With the stated intention by the author to "make fast days interesting, fun and painless" I expected at least one of those claims to be true! The mechanics of the book are worrisome. How to even get it to stay open on a page? II suspect it won't take cooking splashes because it is a cheap production. I admit I bought it cheap which is one blessing as not using it won't matter. Perhaps I am used to recipe books to look appealing, photographs even. This has the charm of a telephone book. To be fair I will try something, maybe.show more
by Evie Harris