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Greek Cooking in 3 Steps: Cook Easy And Healthy Greek Food at Home With Mouth Watering Greek Recipes Cookbook by [McKay, Gina]
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Greek Cooking in 3 Steps: Cook Easy And Healthy Greek Food at Home With Mouth Watering Greek Recipes Cookbook Kindle Edition

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4422 KB
  • Print Length: 73 pages
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  • Publisher: Quick, Easy, Healthy And Delicious Cooking (23 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00M2BUBI6
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
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By Tallulah TOP 500 REVIEWER on 25 Oct. 2014
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This is the third book I have downloaded by this author. I like her books as she provides a photo of each recipe and a Nutritional Information Table detailing how many calories, grams of fat etc are in each dish and I like to know that information.

I really like the look of some of these recipes and they seem simple enough to make which is great.
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Great book will use often
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x96967d08) out of 5 stars 23 reviews
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HASH(0x962aa888) out of 5 stars "Gina McKay" is no author and this is just another gyp of a cook book off the Internet 27 Oct. 2014
By Judith Stephens - Published on Amazon.com
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This is not a "cookbook" in the usual sense of the word because all of the pictures, recipes and nutritional information has been ripped off from food.com the copyrighted Internet site.

Go to food.com and type in "Greek recipes" and you'll find 4,372 that will have the same pictures because that's where this thief got them.

Oh, the third one in the list is the "Greek-Style Turkey Burgers" including the picture with the 3 tomato slices that this fake "author" stole.

"Low-Fat Sugar-Free and Non-Dairy Caesar Salad Dressing", also stolen of food.com is NOT Greek but Mexican in origin. It does not refer to Julius Caesar, the Roman (near Greece) from history but an Italian named Caesar Cardini in Tijuana, Mexico in 1924.

In a previous Greek food book,authored by two other fake authors (Pearl Dooley and Lauren White) dreamed up by this cheating publisher, the same recipes appear! That's how lazy this thief is.

This is just round #249 of these fake books created by Muhammad N Sikandar, the Grand Pooh-bah of Pakistani Pilfering or Grand Pooh-bah of Pakistani Plagiarizing (both titles are well deserved even if apologies are due Gilbert and Sullivan) because he wrote this book with the various "fake author" titles and fake publisher info a LONG time ago and recycles these stolen recipes and pictures ever so often under new names and dates hoping new buyers will "bite" and waste their time and money!

One should also question the honesty of some of the reviewers who think this fake author really knows about these foreign foods when she doesn't even exist! He just piles on the reviews knowing full good and well his pal,Muhammad N Sikandar, teaches people how to steal these recipes and write these books. In fact, he even calls him "a young Pakistani entrepreneur" knowing full well that Muhammad teaches people to steal works and words from other people. But that's a sham for another day's discussion.

Don't support thieves such as this.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9691ebdc) out of 5 stars Good Greek Preparations 26 July 2014
By Dr. Joseph S. Maresca - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
The author presents some very attractive foods like
Yogurt Barley Soup, Low Fat Hummus, Salsa,
Shrimp Bells, Greek Gyro and a delicious Village
Salad.

Each recipe has a full color picture, detailed description
of the preparation and the nutrient content. This reviewer
found the nutrient content very valuable for dieters
concerned about sugar and saturated fat. There could have
been some substitutions like stevia for sugar and Kosher salt for
bleached salt.

Otherwise, the preparations emulate Greek cooking. Besides,
the book is being offered free this weekend and that price
won't hold for very long.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x96839f60) out of 5 stars A Taste of Greece 28 July 2014
By Grady Harp - Published on Amazon.com
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Gina McKay has an entirely new set of books of recipes from around the world, the common denominator being these recipes, though at times novel to the reader, are very ease to create. Three steps and you are into new cuisine. Each meal is accompanied by excellent photographs in addition to nutritional facts with the number of servings per recipe, the number of calories, amount of total fat, protein, cholesterol and carbohydrates that are contained in the meal servings.

The book includes recipes for Greek Appetizer Recipes (Greek Appetizer Bites, Low Fat Greek Hummus, Delicious Greek Salsa, Mini-Pitas With Cheddar, Feta, and Olives, Caponata-Delicious Roasted Vegetables and others); Greek Main Dish Recipes (Greek-Style Turkey Burgers, Greek Gyro Meat, Greek Penne and Chicken, Zesty Chicken Oregano, Spaghetti With Tomatoes, Black Olives, Garlic, and Feta Cheese, Perfect Barbecued Lamb Chops and others); Greek Salad Recipes (Classic Greek Lettuce Salad, Greek Village Salad, Cucumber With Feta Cheese and Mint, Greek Artichoke Salad, Spinach Cucumber Salad With Yogurt Dressing and others); Greek Soup Recipes (Yogurt-Barley Soup, Fassoulada (Bean Soup), Manestra - Poor Greek Soup, Greek Tahini Soup, Greek Pasta Soup and others).

Healthy, easy, nutritious and delicious. Grady Harp, July 14
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9629cd5c) out of 5 stars Four Repeat Favorites: Simple, Easy to Find Ingredients, Delicious Results 17 Sept. 2014
By Tinfoot - Published on Amazon.com
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I have had this cookbook since the end of July, and over the past month and a half, have repeatedly used the Mini-Pitas, Tasty Greek French Fries (simple one, but one I never would have thought of), Greek Gyro Meat (I have always LOVED Greek prepared lamb in authentic gyros), and the Bean Soup with Spicy Sausage (which is a tasty way to use up the massive amount of white beans my mother had bought in a prior shopping frenzy and now sits in "storage").

None of the recipes are complex, nor are the ingredients particularly exotic in themselves, having found everything needed easily at the local grocery store if I hadn't already had a supply in the cupboards. And to have four repeated favorites from one small cookbook alone is a worthy note for me to recommend it to others. :)
HASH(0x989e44a4) out of 5 stars Useful for folks who cook by opening cans 9 Aug. 2015
By Mike Tarrani - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is not bad for a beginning cook who wants to dip his or her toe into Greek style dishes. However, know that no Greek (nor experienced) cook would find the recipes useful simply because of the short cuts, copious use of canned ingredients and questionable substitutes. For example, in the hummus recipe you can substitute peanut butter for tahini. In the real world, it may be exotic to someone in a small town dreaming of the wider world, but comes out tasting nothing like hummus. And, yes, out of curiosity I did make a small batch that way when I was making authentic hummus using garbanzo beans I cooked from scratch.

Some of the dishes are not Greek at all - antipasti di tonno e fagoili is Italian for 'snacks of tuna and beans'. It certainly has a Mediterranean flavor, but I still cringe at the canned ingredients. Moreover, if this were Greek the recipe would have called for fresh lemon juice instead of vinegar. Many of the recipes are like that, but, again, an inexperience cook would probably use the same approach so this book has some value to a segment of the population.

I do like the fact that each recipe has nutritional values for the finished meal. I have not thoroughly analyzed them to ensure their accuracy, but at first glance they look right.

To be fair there are some gems in this book that are fairly authentic. An example is the Cretan Barley Rusk Meze. I cannot vouch for this being a specifically Crete meze, but it has a ring of authenticity to it in both ingredients and preparation.

Bottom line: if you want to add quasi-exotic dishes to your dinner table that are easy to make, this is not a bad book. If you are expecting authentic Greek food the way a Greek would prepare it, this is NOT the book for you.
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