Top critical review
Not great for Kindle
on January 8, 2014
All of the charts contained in the opening chapters are too small to read in the Kindle edition, and they are not expandable. If you want or need the guidance contained in these charts, you'll need to buy a traditional book. The recipes are pretty good and almost always call for ingredients that the home cook will have on hand, or which are easily obtainable. As a diabetic, I was very disappointed that the nutrition info for many of the recipes did not include the number of carbs. For a diabetic that's an important number!
For the low price, I guess I can't complain, but I wish I had spent the extra money and gotten the real book.