My husband has diabetes and it is really starting to rear its ugly head. I recently saw a paperback book, Recipes for Diabetics by Billie Little, in Walmart and decided to purchase it. The book is revised and updated and has 271 pages, including the index. It is loaded with recipes that are good tasting and are good for diabetics.
The book contains an exchange list, where you can substitute one ingredient for another. There is also a section that gives you pointers on varying meals, a guide to eating out, and a daily menu guide. The cookbook has chapters for appetizers and beverages, soups, salads, cheese and egg dishes, fish, meat and poultry, sauces, vegetables, breads, desserts (including fruits, puddings and souffles), cakes, cookies, pies and piecrusts, and jams and jellies, over 300 recipes in all.
I think this is a very detailed little cookbook. The only problem I see is keeping the book open to follow a recipe, since it is a paperback. But considering the fact that I paid only $6.84 for it, I don't see it as much of a problem. I can always rest something on the book to hold it open.