Diabetic Cookbook Pamphlets at Grocery Stores

By Latest Reply 2009-03-31 11:12:48 -0500
Started 2009-01-08 20:51:27 -0600

Often times when I go to the grocery store or drug store, or even the magazine stores, I come across some really good and inexpensive pamphlets with at least 35-50 recipes. Some are on a specific food, such as Chicken, fish, turkey, vegetables or even desserts, but they are small,handy, inexspensive and have the same recipes as the big books. Anyway, if you are standing in line at the grocery store, or browsing through magazines at the drug store, deli,etc. check em out; they are well worth the money.

7 replies

2009-01-31 08:07:49 -0600 Report

Yes, you can also join some recipe clubs for healthy cooking.

A few years ago, I bought the advertised "Turbo Cooker" and it was the best cooker I EVER bought. It is amazing, you can make your main meal, steam your vegetables, and make a desert all at one time.

It has fantastic recipe cards, and a club that continually sends new ones at a reasonable price. Also caterozied by all the nutrients, meal plans, oh, and so much more.

I can't tell you enough good about the healthy cooking you can do with this.

I actually just got another one on ebay, and 3 for family members who all love them.

Ani 2009-03-31 11:12:48 -0500 Report

I would like to have one where do you find them. How much do they usually cost.

Ani 2009-01-14 12:40:49 -0600 Report

I do this to and I am often surprised at what there is in the books and pamflets. Some of the stuff that is in ther shocks me.

Debe Pendice
Debe Pendice 2009-01-09 08:14:12 -0600 Report

Good article Claudia. I think more efriends here should look and see there are phamplet all over. I also go to grocery store even Walmarts and find free recipe cards. I have used alot of them. Especially in the fruit and vegetable departments. I have learned how to use and eat vegetable I wouldn't think to look at let alone touch. I have learned to love vegetable especially mushrooms. But gettinginfomation free is good and maybe can make you have my questions to ask your MD if you read something he never spoke to you about…Debe

Avera 2009-01-08 22:27:49 -0600 Report

This is something I had completely forgotten about. Most of the time, I shop at Harris-Teeter. They even have those recipe cards back in the meat department as well as up front. And they have low-carb ones like you mentioned. Next time I go, I will be sure to pick up some thanks to your reminder!