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5/8/13 10:05 A

Jamie Oliver's cookbooks are great, also I like the magazines with healthy meals. But it is easiest to check out the recipes on SP. They have a lot of great ones that you can add to your own collection and refer back to at any time.



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5/8/13 9:59 A

I really like the Test Kitchen Cookbook - Healthy Cooking.

Sometimes you can find great recipes in magazines and searching online. There are a ton of good cooking blogs.

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5/8/13 8:43 A

Kraft recipes has 5 dinners in 1 bag. You can print out the recipes along with a grocery list. They need to be motified to be healthy. It is a great starting point for a busy person. Good luck. emoticon

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5/8/13 8:26 A

The Sparkpeople Cookbook's pretty good. Some can be complicated, but there's quite a few that fit your bill. :)

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5/7/13 10:56 P

What cook books do you suggest? I want something with quick, easy but very healthy recipies.

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