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How to Chop a Tomato

Learn how to chop a tomato – it’s easy if you know how! From The Diabetic Gourmet Magazine Cooking Lessons Department.

History of the Diabetic Diet

The earliest recorded diabetic diet is in the Papyrus Ebers, which was written in about 1500 B.C. Those ancient physicians advocated wheat grains, fruit, and sweet beer-in other words, a high-carbohydrate diet.

Alcohol and Diabetes

Most people with diabetes can drink alcohol safely if they drink in moderation (one or two drinks occasionally), because in higher quantities alcohol can cause health problems.

Turkey Purchasing Pointers

Whether purchasing a fresh or frozen turkey, consumers can be confident they are buying a quality product. The decision of which to purchase is based on personal preference in price and convenience. Oven-ready fresh and frozen birds are tucked into snug, air and water resistant plastic wraps immediately following processing. Air is removed as bags are sealed and shrunk so they fit the turkey almost as tightly as its own skin.

Learn About Eggplant

There are many varieties of eggplant, ranging in color from rich purple to white, in length from 2 to 12 inches, and in shape from oblong to round.

Splendid Summer Berries

Fresh from pick-your-own fields, farm stands and supermarkets, the juicy flavor of sun-sweet berries is one of the true delights of summer.

Summer Squash: From A to Zucchini

Gardens are producing a bounty of zucchini and other summer squash, so it’s a great time to sample new recipe ideas for these wholesome vegetables. Very low in calories and sodium, soft-skinned summer squash is packed with vitamins A and C, as well as fiber, potassium, calcium, phosphorus and other minerals.

Springtime Is Prime Time For Artichokes

Artichoke’s nutty flavor and meaty texture make it a favorite vegetable of many Americans – whether cooked or raw, hot or cold, savored alone or with other ingredients in salads or cooked dishes.

Your Summer Garden: A Nutrition Smorgasbord

One of life’s greatest culinary treats is the taste of a fresh, juicy tomato ripe off the vine from your bountiful home garden. When you add the fresh green peas, zucchini, green beans and summer squash, you have a real summer smorgasbord of both great taste and nutrition.

Is Your Holiday Turkey in Jeopardy?

Lots of people make mistakes on Thanksgiving when it comes to the safety of their food. Take a look at this article for a look at how you can keep yourself, and your family and friends, safe this year!

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