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cuisine minceur

[ man-sur; French man -sœr ]
/ mænˈsɜr; French mɛ̃ ˈsœr /
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noun
a low-calorie style of classical French cooking.
healthful, low-calorie dishes.
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Origin of cuisine minceur

First recorded in 1975–80; from French: literally “slimness cooking”; see origin at cuisine, mince

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British Dictionary definitions for cuisine minceur

cuisine minceur
/ French (kɥizin mɛ̃sœr) /

noun
a style of cooking, originating in France, that limits the use of starch, sugar, butter, and cream traditionally used in French cookery

Word Origin for cuisine minceur

literally: slimness cooking
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