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The Skinny Chef's Digest, Issue #002- Make your own low fat pasta, baking recipes, and more.
April 10, 2005

The Skinny Chef's Digest
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April 10, 2005

Issue #2 ======> April Issue! <======

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Table of Contents

1. A Quick Catch Up

2. Delicious Low Fat Recipes!

Low Fat Pasta Recipes
Low Fat Baking Recipes

3. Articles

Electric Grills (Part 2)

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Quick Catch Up


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Last Month I did some research on low fat pasta recipes, and low fat baking recipes, and I've included a summary of the top recipes for each group in this issue of TSC Digest.

I've also included an article reviewing 5 different electric grills for your information.

That's all I've had time to include in this (belated) issue, as I have been busy with my job and my bathroom renovation project.

During April I want to add a few low fat chicken recipes, and more recipes for the existing categories.

I also want to share my findings of a book I'm reading at the moment, but that'll be for the next issue. I hope you enjoy this one!

Yours in health,

"The Skinny Chef"

Low Fat Pasta Recipes

Last month I decided to dig out some of my most delicious low fat pasta recipes including spaghetti, lasagna, tortellini, and even a pasta based dessert.

I also included a link to an article on the history of pasta, and another to an article on how to cook your own low fat pasta.

They are only the first recipes in that category. Stay tuned for more low fat pasta recipes.

Click here to go to the low fat pasta recipes' page

Low Fat Baking Recipes

In the baking department, I've included low fat bread, muffins, scones, cakes, and even low fat pies! No decent recipe site would be complete without a share of baking recipes, and mine is no exception!

Click here to check them out.


Electric Grills (Part 2)

Last month I discussed how electric grills were not necessarely better than your oven broiler or your gas barbecue. And in case you were nevertheless determined to buy one, I gave you a few hints as to what to look for when buying one.

This month I conclude the 2 parts discussion by sharing with you a review of 5 different electric open grill models, including the famous George Foreman grills, Breville and Delonghi.

Food For Thought

I'm reading a book called "Low Fat Living" by Cooper and Cooper, and I found something interesting I wanted to share with you.

They talk about fat-maker switches our bodies have, and how the simple act of eating a muffin affect our metabolism (that is, the rate at which we burn our energy)

Contrary to what many believe, a normal muffin does not - by itself - make you fat with its fat and sugar content

It is the muffin ingredients the ones that trigger the "store it" signal once they cross your stomach and intestines.

That's why it is important to know what to have for breakfast

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