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Free for All Cooking
150 Easy Gluten-Free, Allergy-Friendly Recipes the Whole Family Can Enjoy
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In Free For All Cooking, gluten-free cooking expert Jules E. Dowler Shepard offers 125 easy and uncompromisingly delicious recipes that are free of major allergen ingredients, including gluten, dairy, nuts, soy, eggs, and more. Full of kid-friendly meals and desserts plus money-saving strategies, Free For All Cooking is an ideal resource for every kitchen.
“Parents of children with allergies will particularly love this cookbook. With classic kid-loved recipes such as chocolate chip cookies, fudge and hamburger and hotdog buns, you will be the hero once you master making these items…Its easy-to-follow instructions and helpful brand recommendations mean that even novice cooks can prepare yummy allergy-free foods. If you or someone you love has to cope with the challenge of cooking with allergy restrictions, Free for All Cooking is a must have to your (or their) cookbook collection.”
“A homey collection of recipes…The Ingredients and Substitutions section is comprehensive and written in friendly, approachable language that even a brand new allergy-free cook can access. Of particular note, is the section titled ‘Baking Notes,’ chock-full of handy practical advice that comes from many years of expertise in the kitchen.”
“Free for All Cooking is a must-have for those who can’t eat everything, and those who cook for them.”
“Whether you are figuring out the tricky aspects of baking with gluten-free flours, or wondering what to replace eggs and dairy products with, you’ll find essential help in this comprehensive volume.”
Tucson Citizen “What’s Cooking” blog, 11/18/10
“This is an excellent cookbook, even if you don’t have an allergy sufferer in the family.”