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Painless Mediterranean Diet Recipes for Lazy People

50 Simple Mediterranean Diet Cooking Even Your Lazy Ass Can Make
Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
Length: 1 hr and 10 mins
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Are you keen on Mediterranean diet and too lazy to cook?

This recipes book contains 50 surprisingly simple Mediterranean diet recipes you can prepare and cook on the same afternoon. It has been proven that Mediterranean diets can help you live longer and, at the same time, lower your chances of contacting chronic diseases.

Mediterranean diets place heavy emphasis on vegetables, fruits, fish, healthy fats, whole grains, and herbs and spices. It may be difficult to take the time to identify the ingredients that meets these requirements. This is where this cookbook comes in. It has wide varieties of whole food recipes, including spice olives, Egyptian fava beans, buttercup squash soup, shrimp pasta, and pineapple bowls.

You can mix and match them and there are literally hundreds of variations. This way, you'll never get bored of eating the same type of food. Give this book a try. Mediterranean cooking can be painless, even for your lazy ass.

©2014 Chong Teck Chuan (P)2015 Chong Teck Chuan

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  • Krista
  • San Antonio, Texas USA
  • 08-15-18

Downright painful to listen to. I had to stop.

Do yourself a favor, skip this one. Or maybe purchase the ebook. I really don't even know if the recipes are any good, because the narrator is so bad. The title pulled me in, but the narration sounds like a third grader stumbling through a reading that he was called upon by his teacher to do with a large pause between each word. Did the publisher/author not listen to this narrator before signing his paycheck?