Cooking more meals at home is one of the best ways to change the way you eat and manage your diabetes.
But If you haven’t spent much time in the kitchen, this task may feel nearly impossible! You don’t need to be a professional chef to create wholesome meals at home that will help you manage your diabetes and save you money. Diabetic Cooking Made Easy is an introductory guide that will give you all the information you need to get started and help you feel more confident in the kitchen.
In addition to tips and guidance on meal planning, equipping your kitchen, shopping, and cooking, you’ll find 50 quick and easy beginner recipes that use simple ingredients, don’t require any fancy kitchen gadgets, and come together effortlessly. You’ll also find a sample, low-budget meal plan and grocery list to help get you started.
After working as a culinary educator in a university setting for over 10 years, Chef Jennifer Bucko Lamplough, MBA, is now working to help solve hunger by collaborating with food pantries, soup kitchens, and meal programs in northern Illinois to not only distribute meals, but to provide nutrition education in those settings.
She continues to work as a cooking demonstrator, teaching people how to cook healthy and showing that it can be delicious and easy! Along with Lara Hamilton-Rondinelli, she is the author of the American Diabetes Association bestsellers, Healthy Calendar Diabetic Cooking and The Diabetes Cookbook.