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Wendy, have you seen this?

It's a Kosher diabetic cookbook.

http://www.jewishdiabetes.org/
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Janet Wilder wrote:
Wendy, have you seen this?

It's a Kosher diabetic cookbook.

http://www.jewishdiabetes.org/


I like the last recipe on this page:

http://www.jewishdiabetes.org/articl...r=7&sivug_m=53

The 3 bean salad.


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Janet Wilder wrote:
: Wendy, have you seen this?

: It's a Kosher diabetic cookbook.

: http://www.jewishdiabetes.org/
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: Janet Wilder
: Bad spelling. Bad punctuation
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Just back from a LOOONG weekend so havn't had a chance to look it up.
will let you know. My DIL got me a diabetic cookbook canlled Enlitened
Kosher Cooking by Nechemia Cohen. It seems to be written TO ACCOMODATE
BOTH LOW ER CARB AND LOWER FAT DIETS, EMPHASISING (AS USUAL) "HEALTHY"
WHOLE GRAIN CARBS AND "GOOD" FATS AND OILS. Many of the recipes are quite
low carb and may pastry recipes use almond flour, soy flour etc, so it can
be quite low carb. There is, of course emphasis on on finding ways to
have many traditional kosher dishes and shabat and holiday foods adapted
to lower carb and, usually, lower fat versions. They are not afraid of
artificial sweeteners as so many diabetic cookbooks seem to be. some of
the recipies I have tried are quite good. I want to try a mandelbrot
(biscotti type cookie) that they have that used almond flour.

By the way, with Shavuot coming up I will post my spinach kugel tht i
adapted from my mother's noodle kugel, which is rich in cheese, sour
cream, if desired, etc. but no noodles! I alsoo make my lower fat, low
carb cheesecake for this holiday and hope to have my vegetarian son and
his family over for that meal. Not sure how Zoe, aged 5, will like tht
spinach kugel, althose she does like "trees", (brocolli crowns).

Wendy
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W. Baker wrote:
Janet Wilder wrote:
: Wendy, have you seen this?

: It's a Kosher diabetic cookbook.

: http://www.jewishdiabetes.org/
: --
: Janet Wilder
: Bad spelling. Bad punctuation
: Good Friends. Good Life

Just back from a LOOONG weekend so havn't had a chance to look it up.
will let you know. My DIL got me a diabetic cookbook canlled Enlitened
Kosher Cooking by Nechemia Cohen. It seems to be written TO ACCOMODATE
BOTH LOW ER CARB AND LOWER FAT DIETS, EMPHASISING (AS USUAL) "HEALTHY"
WHOLE GRAIN CARBS AND "GOOD" FATS AND OILS. Many of the recipes are quite
low carb and may pastry recipes use almond flour, soy flour etc, so it can
be quite low carb. There is, of course emphasis on on finding ways to
have many traditional kosher dishes and shabat and holiday foods adapted
to lower carb and, usually, lower fat versions. They are not afraid of
artificial sweeteners as so many diabetic cookbooks seem to be. some of
the recipies I have tried are quite good. I want to try a mandelbrot
(biscotti type cookie) that they have that used almond flour.


That is the same one I sent you the link to. I'd be interested in how
the mandelbrot comes out. Let me know, please.

By the way, with Shavuot coming up I will post my spinach kugel tht i
adapted from my mother's noodle kugel, which is rich in cheese, sour
cream, if desired, etc. but no noodles! I alsoo make my lower fat, low
carb cheesecake for this holiday and hope to have my vegetarian son and
his family over for that meal. Not sure how Zoe, aged 5, will like tht
spinach kugel, althose she does like "trees", (brocolli crowns).


I'd love the spinach kugel recipe. Please, please post it.

I used to be able to get Manischewitz low-carb luxion (noodles) but the
stores no longer carry it now that "low-carb" is no longer the diet
craze of the moment. I have thought about breaking up Dreamfields
lasagna noodles to use in a kugel, but....nah. If I do make a noodle
kugel, most of it gets frozen and we use extreme portion control.

My mother always made cheese blintzes for Shavuot. DH only likes potato
blintzes so he doesn't get any. :-)

Janet

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Janet Wilder wrote:

W. Baker wrote:
Janet Wilder wrote:
: Wendy, have you seen this?

: It's a Kosher diabetic cookbook.

: http://www.jewishdiabetes.org/
: --
: Janet Wilder
: Bad spelling. Bad punctuation
: Good Friends. Good Life

Just back from a LOOONG weekend so havn't had a chance to look it up.
will let you know. My DIL got me a diabetic cookbook canlled Enlitened
Kosher Cooking by Nechemia Cohen. It seems to be written TO ACCOMODATE
BOTH LOW ER CARB AND LOWER FAT DIETS, EMPHASISING (AS USUAL) "HEALTHY"
WHOLE GRAIN CARBS AND "GOOD" FATS AND OILS. Many of the recipes are quite
low carb and may pastry recipes use almond flour, soy flour etc, so it can
be quite low carb. There is, of course emphasis on on finding ways to
have many traditional kosher dishes and shabat and holiday foods adapted
to lower carb and, usually, lower fat versions. They are not afraid of
artificial sweeteners as so many diabetic cookbooks seem to be. some of
the recipies I have tried are quite good. I want to try a mandelbrot
(biscotti type cookie) that they have that used almond flour.


That is the same one I sent you the link to. I'd be interested in how
the mandelbrot comes out. Let me know, please.

By the way, with Shavuot coming up I will post my spinach kugel tht i
adapted from my mother's noodle kugel, which is rich in cheese, sour
cream, if desired, etc. but no noodles! I alsoo make my lower fat, low
carb cheesecake for this holiday and hope to have my vegetarian son and
his family over for that meal. Not sure how Zoe, aged 5, will like tht
spinach kugel, althose she does like "trees", (brocolli crowns).


I'd love the spinach kugel recipe. Please, please post it.


Yes, yes, spinach kugel. Pretty please.

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Janet Wilder wrote:
W. Baker wrote:
Janet Wilder wrote:
[ . . . ]

My mother always made cheese blintzes for Shavuot. DH only likes potato
blintzes so he doesn't get any. :-)


Mmmm. This Sichy Bronx goy boy hasn't had cheese blintzes in over 50 years.
Could you post/email Mamme's recipe? Post it on rec.food.cuisine.jewish, if
you want.

A sheynem dank e molto grazie!

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Nick Cramer wrote:
Janet Wilder wrote:
W. Baker wrote:
Janet Wilder wrote:
[ . . . ]

My mother always made cheese blintzes for Shavuot. DH only likes potato
blintzes so he doesn't get any. :-)


Mmmm. This Sichy Bronx goy boy hasn't had cheese blintzes in over 50 years.
Could you post/email Mamme's recipe? Post it on rec.food.cuisine.jewish, if
you want.

A sheynem dank e molto grazie!


Sorry, Nick. I can't. She used pot cheese and there isn't any more pot
cheese in the world. After pot cheese went away she tried other kinds of
cheese but nothing worked as well.

I think the recipe she used came from "Jewish Home Beautiful" a thin
cookbook with, IIRC, a purple cover. She used a lot of those recipes. I
should check Amazon for a copy. I believe it was published by United
Synagogues (the Conservatives).

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Janet Wilder wrote:
Nick Cramer wrote:
Janet Wilder wrote:
W. Baker wrote:
Janet Wilder wrote:
[ . . . ]
My mother always made cheese blintzes for Shavuot. DH only likes
potato blintzes so he doesn't get any. :-)


Mmmm. This Sichy Bronx goy boy hasn't had cheese blintzes in over 50
years. Could you post/email Mamme's recipe? Post it on
rec.food.cuisine.jewish, if you want.

A sheynem dank e molto grazie!

Sorry, Nick. I can't. She used pot cheese and there isn't any more pot
cheese in the world. After pot cheese went away she tried other kinds of
cheese but nothing worked as well.

I think the recipe she used came from "Jewish Home Beautiful" a thin
cookbook with, IIRC, a purple cover. She used a lot of those recipes. I
should check Amazon for a copy. I believe it was published by United
Synagogues (the Conservatives).


Thanks, Janet. I just ordered it used from Amazon.

From what I've found with Google, it seems that Pot Cheese is Cottage
Cheese with more of the whey drained out. Cheesecloth might work for that.
;-/

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Nick Cramer wrote:

: Thanks, Janet. I just ordered it used from Amazon.

: From what I've found with Google, it seems that Pot Cheese is Cottage
: Cheese with more of the whey drained out. Cheesecloth might work for that.
: ;-/

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It is also a larger curd that most cottage cheese I see, being kind of dry
and chunky.

It should also come from a cheese and dairy and egg store, taken from a
tub and wrapped in white paper:-)

Wendy

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Thanks, Janet. I just ordered it used from Amazon.


I ordered it this morning. I might just scan a few of the recipes I
remember well and give it as a gift to a local gal whose entire family
just converted.

From what I've found with Google, it seems that Pot Cheese is Cottage
Cheese with more of the whey drained out. Cheesecloth might work for that.


We tried putting large curd cottage cheese in cheese cloth overnight.
It was better than just cottage cheese, but wasn't pot cheese. It tasted
a little different, too.

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"W. Baker" wrote:
Nick Cramer wrote:

: Thanks, Janet. I just ordered it used from Amazon.

: From what I've found with Google, it seems that Pot Cheese is Cottage
: Cheese with more of the whey drained out. Cheesecloth might work for
: that. ;-/


It is also a larger curd that most cottage cheese I see, being kind of
dry and chunky.


According to foodreference.com "Cottage cheese is the fresh drained curds
of slightly soured, low fat pasteurized milk. When the curds are drained,
the cheese is called cottage cheese; allow the curds to drain longer and it
is called pot cheese. Press the remaining moisture out so it becomes drier
and crumbly, and it is called farmer's cheese."

It should also come from a cheese and dairy and egg store, taken from a
tub and wrapped in white paper:-)


Thanks, Wendy. ;-D

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Janet Wilder wrote:
Nick Cramer wrote:

Thanks, Janet. I just ordered it used from Amazon.


I ordered it this morning. I might just scan a few of the recipes I
remember well and give it as a gift to a local gal whose entire family
just converted.


Janet, where did you order yours from? I ordered mine from
, through Amazon. If you got MY copy, I'll never talk
to you again! ;-D

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Janet Wilder wrote:
Nick Cramer wrote:
Janet Wilder wrote:
W. Baker wrote:
Janet Wilder wrote:
[ . . . ]
My mother always made cheese blintzes for Shavuot. DH only likes
potato blintzes so he doesn't get any. :-)

Mmmm. This Sichy Bronx goy boy hasn't had cheese blintzes in over 50
years. Could you post/email Mamme's recipe? Post it on
rec.food.cuisine.jewish, if you want.

A sheynem dank e molto grazie!

Sorry, Nick. I can't. She used pot cheese and there isn't any more pot
cheese in the world. After pot cheese went away she tried other kinds of
cheese but nothing worked as well.

I think the recipe she used came from "Jewish Home Beautiful" a thin
cookbook with, IIRC, a purple cover. She used a lot of those recipes. I
should check Amazon for a copy. I believe it was published by United
Synagogues (the Conservatives).


Thanks, Janet. I just ordered it used from Amazon.

From what I've found with Google, it seems that Pot Cheese is Cottage
Cheese with more of the whey drained out. Cheesecloth might work for that.
;-/

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Sounds like what was called cottage when my parents bought it. I only saw
it at a farmer's market, not at a grocery store.


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Nick Cramer wrote:
Janet Wilder wrote:
Nick Cramer wrote:
Thanks, Janet. I just ordered it used from Amazon.

I ordered it this morning. I might just scan a few of the recipes I
remember well and give it as a gift to a local gal whose entire family
just converted.


Janet, where did you order yours from? I ordered mine from
, through Amazon. If you got MY copy, I'll never talk
to you again! ;-D

$11.49 includes shipping. Also through Amazon.

I am sure that my daughter, the New Jersey Princess, has a copy that she
got as a wedding gift. She doesn't know where it is, but why would she
know anything about a cookbook? :-)

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Janet Wilder wrote:
Nick Cramer wrote:
Janet Wilder wrote:
Nick Cramer wrote:
Thanks, Janet. I just ordered it used from Amazon.
I ordered it this morning. I might just scan a few of the recipes I
remember well and give it as a gift to a local gal whose entire family
just converted.


Janet, where did you order yours from? I ordered mine from
, through Amazon. If you got MY copy, I'll never
talk to you again! ;-D

$11.49 includes shipping. Also through
Amazon.

I am sure that my daughter, the New Jersey Princess, has a copy that she
got as a wedding gift. She doesn't know where it is, but why would she
know anything about a cookbook? :-)


LMAO

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