The “French Women Don't Get Fat Cookbook”

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BOF: French women, you may have heard, don’t get fat. But they don’t just sit around nibbling on bonbons and cheeses all day, while their gallic genes work to burn more calories than their American counterparts—they eat differently so they can indulge more. Mireille Giuliano, author of the treatise that started the phenomenon, follows it up with practical application in the just-out “French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbook” (Atria). GET IT: $24.99 at McNally-Jackson Books, 52 Prince Street; 212-274-1160.

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