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The Turkish Mediterranean Diet: Lose Weight and Maintain Healthy Lifestyle

The Turkish Mediterranean Diet: Lose Weight and Maintain Healthy Lifestyle

The Turkish Mediterranean Diet: Lose Weight and Maintain Healthy Lifestyle

According to various studies, only 12% of Turkish people are overweight, do you know why?
Have you ever wondered why most of the Turkish people are slim compared to other Western countries and the U.S?
Have you ever wanted to eat delicious food while maintaining healthy life style?
Have you ever wanted to lose weight, followed different diets, but couldn’t do it?
Have you ever wanted to tr

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I Hear America Cooking: The Cooks, Regions and Recipes of American Regional Cuisine

I Hear America Cooking: The Cooks, Regions and Recipes of American Regional Cuisine

One of our most revered food writers presents the rich history and lore of American food, as experienced in her travels to six distinct regions of the country. In each of these regions, readers find communal rites and tribal dishes appropriate to the ecology–each with its own distinctive flavor, smell and feel.

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  1. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I Hear America Cooking, July 24, 2000
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    Flora W. Hazelton “floraw” (Jonesboro, GA USA) –
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    This review is from: I Hear America Cooking: The Cooks, Regions and Recipes of American Regional Cuisine (Paperback)

    Author Betty Fussell proves that the way to America’s heart is through its stomach in I HEAR AMERICA COOKING. In addition to a section-by-section review of the cuisine of every region of the U.S.with a tempting array of recipies to try, this book shows how the many different cultures that are part of this country have, like the elements of a good meal, maintained their unique flavor while making up an exciting and memorable whole. This is one cookbook that will interest even people who don’t cook but love U.S. history or sociology. It’s similar to Jeff Smith’s FRUGAL GOURMET ON OUR IMMIGRANT ANCESTORS, in highlighting “Grandma’s Recipes”–regardless of where Grandma’s ancestors came from–but Fussell adds more spice to her presentation by putting regional specialties in the overall context of American cuisine.

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  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great book, September 24, 2011
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    Patrick “Ifenau” (GOREVILLE, Israel) –
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    This review is from: I Hear America Cooking: The Cooks, Regions and Recipes of American Regional Cuisine (Paperback)

    I used this book to gather some information and recipes from different regions for a class in culinary school and it worked out great.

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  3. 0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not a cookbook but a good read indeed!, March 31, 2005
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    This review is from: I Hear America Cooking: The Cooks, Regions and Recipes of American Regional Cuisine (Paperback)

    I read this book on the plane during a recent trip to Europe and thouroughly enjoyed it. It contains insightful information to the evolution of American cooking over the past 100 years or so for anyone curious about why we eat what we eat. A good buy!

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