2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on July 8, 2000
A good general cookbook with some of the best nutrition exchange information. Searching bookshelves, I've been surprised at how few of the books (particularly for diabetics) didn't give nutrition information in any depth. I have a relative new to diabetes and the food exchanges, counting fat grams, etc. are confusing and difficult--this was almost exactly what I wanted.
on January 14, 2014
Recipes are useless. It's suppose to be a diabetic cookbook which means that I want recipes that I can make that are low in sugar, instead you get a book full of Meat and soups. Big Whoop, I never add sugar to my meats when I cook. But I want to make cakes cookies and squares, frostings, etc.. that are diabetic friendly. This book went straight to Value Village.