Photo: Bountiful Harvest Salad from The Budget-Friendly Fresh and Local Cookbook. Renee Comet Photography.
by Charles Mattocks
Full of hearty, diabetes-friendly recipes that combine the finest local ingredients with flavors from around the globe, this collection will have you eating right and loving every second of it!
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