I have “Can I Eat That?” which is quite helpful, but I wanted to get a good diabetes cookbook, but having looked at the ones on sale on Amazon it seems that none of them are particularly popular. Certainly those published a few years ago are lambasted as being completely out of date regarding the consumption of carbohydrates, i.e. high GI food.
I printed off a nice looking Christmas Pudding recipe from the Diabetes UK website, so it is that sort of family friendly meals I am looking for, not something that has 30 different ingredients and takes hours to prepare.
Just use any diet book? There is a lot of recent research regarding high/low GI food and I just thought it would be interesting to have a book with the working out already done. Anthony Worrell-Thompson puts all the nutrition information , including salt, but the reviewers weren’t that enthusiastic about the actual recipes as being too complicated. Which is what I often find from books by chefs – they like to spend all day making something, whereas the Housewife likes to throw a few ingredients together to make something for tea.