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INSH8P Posts: 1,421
1/6/13 6:39 A

I hope that you are talking about the SparkPeople cookbook. If so, here are a few links that will help you to decide for yourself:
www.sparkpeople.com/resource/slideshow.asp
?show=54

This is a slide show with details on Chef Meg, her background, and cooking closer to "the source".
www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=1376

This page has a link for 20 of Chef Meg's recipes -- yet another way for you to judge whether the usual ingredients and seasonings would meet your needs.

Enjoy everything that SparkPeople has to offer!

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Then sings my soul.
AARBAUGH62 SparkPoints: (3,278)
Fitness Minutes: (2,397)
Posts: 6
1/5/13 9:16 P

Hi everyone.
I don't use sugar substitutes and some other additives. Too many headaches from them. I base my recipes on 'real' food. emoticon

Thinking about buying the book. For those of you who use the cook book - do many of the recipes use things like Splenda/Sweet & Low, soy, and other substitutes? Or are they made from fresh ingredients and other naturally health foods?

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