on 29 November 2014
There's not much here (not only in the restriction to only 20 recipes, which is clearly indicated) but in the very short introduction and scant preambles to the recipes, around half of which are illustrated. There's no nutritional data for the recipes, despite the fact that many people watching cholesterol will also be calorie, sodium and/or carbohydrate intake.
The recipes themselves are sloppily written and edited: e.g., no oven temperatures, a reference is made to using a bowl where either a saucepan or bain marie is clearly required, and one recipe lists pumpkin seeds in the ingredients but sunflower seeds in the method. If you are comfortable in the kitchen, it's not hard to work out what is intended, but the low quality production is nonetheless irritating.
If you are looking for alternatives, both the Daniel Green and Paul Gayler books in the Healthy Eating Series are much better bets in my opinion.