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How do three decades of Sunset recipes measure up to today's standards for a balanced diet? Though we've always put a priority on a well-balanced diet, we found many candidates that lent themselves beautifully to updating with trimmer ingredients. Here is a wide selection of old favorites we've lightened up by eliminating fat and using innovative techniques. Some dishes come surprisingly close to the originals; others are definitely different, though not necessarily less appealing. One interesting discovery: younger tasters on our staff-ones who tend to exercise regularly and avoid fatty foods-preferred the lighter versions.
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Title Annotation:Lightening Up; recipes
Date:Jan 1, 1991
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