Mexican Light by Martha Rose Shulman
Exciting, Healthy Recipes from the Border and Beyond

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The author of Mediterranean Light takes the fat out of Mexican food to present dozens of variations based on tortillas, from enchiladas to tacos, along with recipes for fish and chicken dishes, desserts, blender drinks, and coffees.

About Martha Rose Shulman

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Martha Rose Shulman is America's foremost authority on good-tasting, healthful food. She has written many award-winning books, including the best-selling Mediterranean Light and Proven al Light. She is a contributing editor to Health and writes regularly for the nation's leading food and health magazines.
Published September 1, 1996 by Bantam. 432 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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Rife with lard and cheese, Mexican food (at least as it's often served in the U.S.) has always seemed the least reformable of high-fat cuisines.

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