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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Grub Street (1 Jun 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1908117206
  • ISBN-13: 978-1908117205
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 1.3 x 24 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 306,080 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Michelle Berriedale-Johnson is an expert on food allergies and intolerances. She has spent all her career in the food business, first as a caterer then as a journalist and food writer. She became interested in special diets over 20 years ago when her son was diagnosed as being dairy intolerant. She set up a food company, Berrydales, specialising in additive free, dairy free, gluten free and egg free foods and a quarterly magazine, The Inside Story, about dietary problems. In 2000 The Inside Story, was re-named Foods Matter, and became a subscription magazine supporting anyone with a food allergy, food intolerance or living on a free-from diet. Foods Matter has now become an online magazine and portal www.foodsmatter.com. Michelle is also the author of Cooking Gluten, Wheat and Dairy Free, and The Everyday Wheat-Free and Gluten-Free Cookbook, now in its 11th printing and one of Grub Street's best-selling books.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Judge on 10 Jan 2014
What a strange comment below! The one thing that the reviewer's DESMOND course does not seem to have taught them is that the modern approach to diabetes is a balanced, normal, healthy diet in which all foods are allowed but in sensible, moderate amounts - even sugar! My son, now aged 30, has been diabetic from an early age, so I should know about this. Having ignored the comment and bought the book anyhow, I am very glad I did - interesting and unusual recipes, helpful notes and great to have recipes actually designed for one or two people instead of always having to size down from six or eight!
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By Babs on 15 Jan 2014
How lovely and refreshing to have recipes for those of us who live alone and are cooking for one.
Really like these recipes, lots of interesting and unusual ingredients, and thank goodness the author uses 'real food' instead of those ghastly phoney sugars invariably included.
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This is a well written and useful book for diabetics which presents current thinking on diabetic nutrition clearly and comprehensibly. The recipes - in so far as I have tried them - are really good and turn diabetic cooking from chore to enjoyable challenge. It was also a brilliant idea to focus the book on recipes for individuals and couples. There are an awful lot of us who fall into that category. The recipes are primarily for diabetics but they are interesting and nutritious and would also be excellent for non diabetics wishing to focus on healthy eating.
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We haven't had enough time yet to try more than just a few of the recipes, but what we have, we have enjoyed.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Wildhorse5678 on 31 Aug 2013
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I was very disappointed and shocked by the recipes in this book. After all it is supposed to be for Diabetics. I am newly diagnosed diabetic and so thought this would be ideal. The woman who wrote this claims to be a dietary expert. You dont really need know a lot about diabetes to know that it doesnt make sense to include as ingrediants some of the things that this person does... eg
SUGAR (YES SHE SAYS ADD SUGAR!!!) ,
BUTTER !!!!
ICING SUGAR !!
LARGE PORK SAUAGES (SHE SAYS USE GOOD BRITISH BANGERS !
RATHER FATTY BACON - YES THATS WHAT IS SAYS - "RATHER FATTY BACON."
HONEY
PLUMB JAM !!!!
1 BEEF STEAK OF YOUR CHOICE ... SHE DOESNT MENTION QUANITY AT ALL.

I've recently attended a special seminar for newly diagnosed called the DESMOND course. The person who wrote this book clearly needs to go on it to learn what not to include in food for diabetics as they havent a clue.

In addition I would have expected the recipes to at least have info on Calories, if not other important factors for diabetics such as fats and fibre... but no theres nothing.

I must say that the recipes themselves appear quite tasty ... but suitable for diabetics ..... I think not.

I am serioulsy considering reporting this book to Trading Standards as being misleadingly titled and dangerous to those who do have diabetes.

NOT RECOMMENED FOR DIABETICS
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