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Cocinando para Latinos con diabetes = Cooking for Latinos with diabetes /

by Fuste, Olga V.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Alexander, Va. : American Diabetes Association, 2012Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xv, 303 p., [8] p. of plates : col. ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781580402941 (pbk.) :; 1580402941 (pbk.).Title notes: BRA $18.95 prolam 11-2012 (db)$18.95 prolam 9/17/2013Other title: Cooking for Latinos with diabetes.Subject(s): Diabetes -- Diet therapy -- Recipes | Cooking, Latin American | COOKING / Health & Healing / Diabetic & Sugar-Free | Diabetes -- Terapéutica dietética -- Recetas | Cocina latinoamericana | Spanish language materials | CookbooksSummary: "People often think diabetes meal plans mean bland, tasteless foods and tiny portions. But did you know that you can still eat tasty dishes from classic Latino cuisine? Enjoy traditional meals from all over Latin America with Diabetic Cooking for Latinos. This bilingual Latino cookbook, with English and Spanish versions of each recipe, is chock full of healthy meals for people with diabetes. Readers can enjoy authentic, wholesome food and work to manage blood glucose levels at the same time! With more than 100 recipes full of the flavors of Latin America, complete nutrition information for each recipe, and diabetic exchanges, meal planning is a breeze. Each recipe is tested to meet the American Diabetes Association nutrition guidelines, ensuring that the recipes are healthy and suitable for any diabetes meal plan. Ever wonder what epazote is or the difference between guajillo chiles and habanero chiles? Go to the glossary! Feeling lost in the grocery store aisles? Check out the specialized shopping lists in the back! Want to know which chiles to use in an upcoming dinner party? See which chiles are the hottest in the chile chart! Ready to walk off some extra calories from these great meals? There's a 13-week walking program, too! Some of the delicious recipes include Sangria, Sofrito, Ranchera Sauce, Cassava Arepas, Cactus (Nopales) Salad, Peruvian Chicken Stew, Ajiaco, Chicken Breast with Chipotles, Red Snapper Veracruz, Meatballs Puebla Style, Classic Argentinian Empanadas, Tamales with Guajillo Chiles, Rice with Black Beans and Bacon, Yaya's Vegetable Paella, White Beans with Chorizo, Spicy Rice Pudding, Baked Papaya, Soft Vanilla Custard. Features 8 pages of custom photography, beautifully illustrating some of the most popular dishes"-- Provided by publisher.Summary: "This book will help the reader prepare meals based around Latino-centric foods, with an eye towards healthy choices and meal planning that includes counting carbs"-- Provided by publisher.
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People often think diabetes meal plans mean bland, tasteless foods and tiny portions. But did you know that you can still eat tasty dishes from classic Latino cuisine? Enjoy traditional meals from all over Latin America with Diabetic Cooking for Latinos .<br> <br> This bilingual Latino cookbook, with English and Spanish versions of each recipe, is chock full of healthy meals for people with diabetes. Readers can enjoy authentic, wholesome food and work to manage blood glucose levels at the same time! With more than 100 recipes full of the flavors of Latin America, complete nutrition information for each recipe, and diabetic exchanges, meal planning is a breeze. Each recipe is tested to meet the American Diabetes Association nutrition guidelines, ensuring that the recipes are healthy and suitable for any diabetes meal plan.<br> <br> Ever wonder what epazote is or the difference between guajillo chiles and habanero chiles ? Go to the glossary! Feeling lost in the grocery store aisles? Check out the specialized shopping lists in the back! Want to know which chiles to use in an upcoming dinner party? See which chiles are the hottest in the chile chart! Ready to walk off some extra calories from these great meals? There's a 13-week walking program, too!<br> <br> Some of the delicious recipes include Sangria Sofrito Ranchera Sauce Cassava Arepas Cactus (Nopales) Salad Peruvian Chicken Stew Ajiaco Chicken Breast with Chipotles Red Snapper Veracruz Meatballs Puebla Style Classic Argentinian Empanadas Tamales with Guajillo Chiles Rice with Black Beans and Bacon Yaya's Vegetable Paella White Beans with Chorizo Spicy Rice Pudding Baked Papaya Soft Vanilla Custard<br> <br> Features 8 pages of custom photography, beautifully illustrating some of the most popular dishes.

BRA $18.95 prolam 11-2012 (db)

$18.95 prolam 9/17/2013

Includes bibliographical references (p. 284-285) and index.

"People often think diabetes meal plans mean bland, tasteless foods and tiny portions. But did you know that you can still eat tasty dishes from classic Latino cuisine? Enjoy traditional meals from all over Latin America with Diabetic Cooking for Latinos. This bilingual Latino cookbook, with English and Spanish versions of each recipe, is chock full of healthy meals for people with diabetes. Readers can enjoy authentic, wholesome food and work to manage blood glucose levels at the same time! With more than 100 recipes full of the flavors of Latin America, complete nutrition information for each recipe, and diabetic exchanges, meal planning is a breeze. Each recipe is tested to meet the American Diabetes Association nutrition guidelines, ensuring that the recipes are healthy and suitable for any diabetes meal plan. Ever wonder what epazote is or the difference between guajillo chiles and habanero chiles? Go to the glossary! Feeling lost in the grocery store aisles? Check out the specialized shopping lists in the back! Want to know which chiles to use in an upcoming dinner party? See which chiles are the hottest in the chile chart! Ready to walk off some extra calories from these great meals? There's a 13-week walking program, too! Some of the delicious recipes include Sangria, Sofrito, Ranchera Sauce, Cassava Arepas, Cactus (Nopales) Salad, Peruvian Chicken Stew, Ajiaco, Chicken Breast with Chipotles, Red Snapper Veracruz, Meatballs Puebla Style, Classic Argentinian Empanadas, Tamales with Guajillo Chiles, Rice with Black Beans and Bacon, Yaya's Vegetable Paella, White Beans with Chorizo, Spicy Rice Pudding, Baked Papaya, Soft Vanilla Custard. Features 8 pages of custom photography, beautifully illustrating some of the most popular dishes"-- Provided by publisher.

"This book will help the reader prepare meals based around Latino-centric foods, with an eye towards healthy choices and meal planning that includes counting carbs"-- Provided by publisher.

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