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The New Soul Food Cookbook for People with Diabetes Paperback – May 17, 2006
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Now you can experience palate-pleasing soul food recipes such as Barbecue Pulled Pork, Hoppin' John, Hoe Cake, Soul Slaw, Collards with Smoked Turkey, Chicken and Dumplings, Key Lime Pie, Rice Pudding, Sweet Potato Pound Cake and more in The New Soul Food Cookbook." (review from the National Federation of the Blind website, Marilyn Helton reviewer)
On the other hand, I figure 5 new extracts is a small price to pay to be able to eat the foods we love while keeping a diabetic diet.
Total Fat: They recommend choosing foods with a "big difference between the total number of calories and the number of calories from fat." This is poor advice, think nuts. Example: 1/4 cup pecans contains 210 calories with 190 from total fat...however only 2 g of saturated. This would be a wonderful choice as long as the serving size was adhered to.
Trans Fat: It is completely untrue that "if a liquid oil is listed first in the ingredient list, it is a sign that the food contains a lot of trans fat." This is ridiculous and completely false. They should have just gone with the suggestion to "avoid foods that contain hydrogenated oil" and added "avoid partially hydrogenated" oil.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not quite what I expected, this book came up when I searched for Patti Labelle cookbooks. But I guess its ok, most of the recipes require winePublished 3 months ago by LEX
There are some pretty interesting takes on some traditional recipes in this book. I enjoy looking at the recipes and adding some of my own ingredients and touches to the recipes. Read morePublished 4 months ago by tmckinley
I'm interested in cooking some of the recipes in this book, but I haven't tried them out yet.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer