The South Beach Diet Super Quick Cookbook by Arthur Agatston

The South Beach Diet Super Quick Cookbook

By Arthur Agatston

  • Release Date: 2011-04-22
  • Genre: Special Diet
Score: 3.5
From 23 Ratings
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Now fast food is superhealthy, thanks to hundreds of brand new quick-and-easy recipes from the test kitchens of the South Beach Diet.

From meal planning and shopping to prepping, cooking, and serving, you’ll save hours of time with this speedy cookbook that makes leading the South Beach Diet lifestyle easier and more convenient than ever.

With 200 family-pleasing recipes and 60 taste-tempting color photographs, you’ll be able to serve up a fast, delicious, diet-conscious meal every night of the week. The South Beach Diet Super Quick Cookbook includes:
• Two full weeks of meal plans for Phase I and Phase 2 
• Grab-and-Go recipes for healthy eating on the go
• Turbocharged recipes ready in 15 minutes—or less! 
• Cook Once, Eat Twice dishes that maximize your time in the kitchen
• Pointers on Cooking for Two
• Tips for superquick, budget-conscious shopping
• Ideas for getting the most out of your pantry and freezer

Just as Dr. Agatston’s The South Beach Diet Supercharged made losing weight faster and easier, this superquick cookbook will turbocharge your kitchen and make healthy eating simpler and more enjoyable than ever before.


  • Good printed book, bad ebook

    By pawc
    Bought the hard cover last year. Figured I would buy the ebook so I have on my iPad so it's easy to carry around and take to the grocery store. Book itself gets four stars, but as an ebook, I'd only give it two. Averaged it out for a three star rating. Reason: the formatting of this ebook is terrible! It doesn't matter the font size you make it. Recipes do not begin on their own page, but rather begin immediately after the previous recipe... Weird breaks make it hard to follow. This makes it hard to read recipes, as the name of the recipe doesn't appear at the top of the page like other e-cookbooks. The recipe may start at the bottom of a page immediately following the previous recipe's nutritional info. Just poorly, poorly formatted for an ebook. Buy the printed book instead!!