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Wilder by the Dozen: Wilder Mexican Mains

Wilder by the Dozen: Wilder Mexican Mains

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Lunghezza: 58 pagine21 minuti

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I've spent a good fun part of life in Southern California, taking a multitude of trips to many parts of Mexico.

Some of the Mexican restaurant chains have had numerous Mexican dishes developed by me as have Mexican food manufacturers and magazines. One
prosperous project with La Victoria Foods harvested a new black Mustang convertible at the time! Articles, classes and food photography sessions have all encompassed Southwest foods. Yes it.s true I.m a bit of a “heat phreak” as well as a reformed Cordon Bleu chef with my nutrition background, reducing calories,
cholesterol and cream replacing with bold flavours of herbs, spices and chilli
layers.

As a wellness, higher fitness seeker and teacher/yoga chef, one of the myths I like
to debunk is the generalisation that Mexican food is necessarily fattening, greasy
and spicy. Many of the fresh and fast Mexican dishes are authentically low fat and
vegetarian. Various skimmed and reduced fat dairy products can be substituted for
rich ones. See chart/introduction in Wilder by the Dozen: A Season of Soups.

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Wilder by the Dozen: Wilder Mexican Mains

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Informazioni sul libro

Wilder by the Dozen: Wilder Mexican Mains

Lunghezza: 58 pagine21 minuti

Descrizione

I've spent a good fun part of life in Southern California, taking a multitude of trips to many parts of Mexico.

Some of the Mexican restaurant chains have had numerous Mexican dishes developed by me as have Mexican food manufacturers and magazines. One
prosperous project with La Victoria Foods harvested a new black Mustang convertible at the time! Articles, classes and food photography sessions have all encompassed Southwest foods. Yes it.s true I.m a bit of a “heat phreak” as well as a reformed Cordon Bleu chef with my nutrition background, reducing calories,
cholesterol and cream replacing with bold flavours of herbs, spices and chilli
layers.

As a wellness, higher fitness seeker and teacher/yoga chef, one of the myths I like
to debunk is the generalisation that Mexican food is necessarily fattening, greasy
and spicy. Many of the fresh and fast Mexican dishes are authentically low fat and
vegetarian. Various skimmed and reduced fat dairy products can be substituted for
rich ones. See chart/introduction in Wilder by the Dozen: A Season of Soups.

Leggi altro