Tex-Mex Diabetes Cooking: More Than 140 Authentic Southwestern Favorites
by Kelley Cleary Coffeen
I, David, have been a diabetic since July of 1976. This condition – it is not a disease – has been with me a long time. That is why it is always good to find a good cookbook that helps deal with reducing sugar and fat intake.
Although we differ with the ADA on the use of alcohol, as reported by the author, we think this is a wonderful cookbook. We feel it is best to stay away from alcohol completely because it can drastically lower blood sugar levels.
The instructions are easy to follow and clear. Readers are told, in an easy to understand way, how to prepare each recipe.
We feel that Tex-Mex Diabetes Cooking is a great resource for diabetics. We give it all five stars.
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