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Old 02-07-2009, 05:53 PM   #1
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Low-fat menu.

Hi, i'm a 16 years old-spanish boy and i have to do a low-fat menu, with the first dish the Second dish and the dessert (Being in each part 4 eaten to choosing), for english class. Can anyone say me the menu, please?

Sorry if my english is bad.

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Old 02-08-2009, 03:20 PM   #2
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I need it yet, please!!
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Old 02-08-2009, 04:07 PM   #3
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OK - let me understand. You need a low fat menu with an entree, a side dish, and a dessert, that serves 4? Or do you need 4 choices of each one?

Also, have you checked Low Fat Recipes using Google and searching? Have you done some searches for recipes on your own?
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Old 02-08-2009, 04:17 PM   #4
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I need four choices of each one.
I used google, but i have a problem, my english...
Thanks!
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See this link - scroll down and you can select the language of your choice.

I'm just offering this piece of advice because you can then read in your own language. This is, after all, YOUR homework .
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Thanks for the advice, but i said if someone could give me a menu.
Thank you.
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Old 02-08-2009, 04:39 PM   #7
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We realize that is what you said, but I think your assignment is for you to create a menu. We can direct you places but can't just hand over one - that wouldn't be right. I can tell you to look for things with fresh fruit, whole grains and lean meats (chicken or turkey is best) that are not fried.
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We realize that is what you said, but I think your assignment is for you to create a menu. We can direct you places but can't just hand over one - that wouldn't be right. I can tell you to look for things with fresh fruit, whole grains and lean meats (chicken or turkey is best) that are not fried.
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You can also google for "low fat diet" or "low cholesterol diet" or "low fat menu" and you should find lots of help.
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Do you know what foods are lower in fat? Things that are boiled and baked are usually lower in fat. Broiled or baked fish, broiled and baked chicken/poultry (stay away from dark meat), and any lean beef like flat iron steak/skirt steak/lean ground beef. Any chicken where you remove the skin is lower in fat. Fish/seafood is lower in fat. If you understand what foods are lower in fat, then a menu shouldn't be a problem. Fresh vegetables that are steamed or roasted, red potatoes baked or steamed, sweet potatoes, are all low in fat. Also, salads splashed with balsamic vinegar are good - just keep everything in it raw and unprocessed i.e., no cheeses.
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